Things to do in Beaconsfield this summer

Beaconsfield has something for everyone, from the quaint Old Town with rustic pubs, a monthly farmers market and boutique shops to the New Town boasting well-known retailers and restaurants. What's more, from Beaconsfield station you can be in London Marylebone in just 26 minutes. Looking for something to do in and around Beaconsfield this summer? Then look no further as we have compiled a list of activities for all ages:

Odds Farm Park

The award-winning Odds Farm Park is ideal for entertaining the little ones. Experience a wide variety of animal activities and demonstrations, from cow milking to sheep racing. Odds Farm Park includes both an indoor and outdoor adventure play area, with a special under 5's area so all ages can enjoy the fun. It is popular during the summer months, so you may want to book in advance to avoid disappointment.

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Bekonscot Model Village

Being one of Beaconsfield's main attractions, Bekonscot Model Village is the oldest original model village in the world. With over 80 years of history, 1.5 acres of well-kept gardens and model buildings with exceptional detail, Bekonscot is a great day out for the whole family.

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Burnham Beeches

Just a 15 minute drive from Beaconsfield is the National Nature Reserve, Burnham Beeches. Explore its wealth of history with one of the ancient monuments in the woodlands showing inhabitation as early as the Iron Age. It is characterised by a mixture of ancient woodland, coppice, ponds, streams, grassland and heathland, so why not take a picnic and enjoy the serenity of Burnham Beeches?

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Restaurants and pubs

Beaconsfield and its surrounding villages don't fall short of excellent restaurants and pubs with great outdoor seating, perfect for a sunny day. The Royal Standard, located under a mile from Beaconsfield, is reported to be the oldest pub in England and played host to King Charles I during the civil war. Award-winning pub and restaurant in neighbouring village Seer Green, The Jolly Cricketers, is listed in The Michelin Guide. Delicious and locally sourced food is served daily, making it the ultimate summer lunch spot.

Stoke Park

With a history extending over 900 years, Stoke Park was used as private residence until 1908. The estate was converted into a luxury spa and hotel, featuring a golf course and country club, later becoming Europe's leading golf resort. Situated under 20 minutes from Beaconsfield, Stoke Park is set amidst 300 acres of glorious parkland, lakes and gardens. With 49 exquisite bedrooms, a 27-hole championship golf course, an award-winning spa, 13 tennis courts and a state-of-the-art gymnasium. With so much to offer, be sure to experience the luxurious Stoke Park this summer.

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Whilst out and about in Beaconsfield, why not visit our stunning new development Chesterton Manor. Perfectly placed between Beaconsfield New Town and Old Town, Chesterton Manor is a private gated development of eight apartments and three penthouse apartments. To find out more visit:

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