Local Attractions

Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire

Milton Keynes

As recently as 1967, Milton Keynes was just a small village in Buckinghamshire. Today it is a large town with all sorts of facilities, amenities and things to do. From shopping and indoor ski slopes to theatres and stately homes, Milton Keynes provides plenty of activities for everyone.
Althorp Northamptonshire

Althorp House

Set in 14,000 acres of gorgeous Northamptonshire countryside, Althorp House has been home to the Spencer family for over 500 years. Indeed, the late Diana, Princess of Wales is buried in the estate. With 19 rooms to explore including one of Europe’s finest collections of furniture and artworks amid tranquil surroundings, Althorp House offers much…
Bicester Village Oxfordshire

Bicester Village

Bicester Village is renowned as a shopping destination in which you can indulge in a spot of retail therapy. Just 14 miles away from Elm Tree and with over 130 boutique shops selling designer goods, there’s plenty to explore and plenty of things to buy.
Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor is a national trust country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England. It is located in the Aylesbury Vale, 6.6 miles (10.6 km) west of Aylesbury. The house was built in the Neo-Renaissance style of a French châteaubetween 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild as a weekend residence for grand entertaining.
Rookery farm northamptonshire

Rookery Farm

Rookery Open Farm is a safe and clean environment, created on this commercial sheep and cattle farm for families to enjoy themselves whilst learning about farming methods. Attractions include the  lambing and calving season, a large pets’ corner full of waterfowl area, pigmy goats, baby calves incubator hatching, two bouncy castles, miniature tractors, outdoor play area with…
Walking Northants Oxfordshire

Walking Everywhere

Elm Tree is located in picturesque Northamptonshire, and as such there are limitless opportunities for walks in the countryside. Visit the Walking in England website, or simply talk to us to find out more.
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