See why so many travelers make Missenden Abbey Conference Centre their hotel of choice when visiting Great Missenden. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a historic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity to Peterley Manor Farm (1.6 mi), guests of Missenden Abbey Conference Centre Hotel can easily experience one of Great Missenden's most popular landmarks.
Missenden Abbey Conference Centre offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Great Missenden's popular fish and chips restaurants such as The Nags Head Country Inn & Restaurant, Cross Keys Pub & Kitchen, and The Black Horse Pub and Eating House, all a short distance from Missenden Abbey Conference Centre Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul (0.2 mi) and JC Farming (1.1 mi), which are some popular Great Missenden attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
At Missenden Abbey Conference Centre, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Great Missenden.
After completing an online reservation for afternoon tea early last week and hearing nothing I decide to call today to check on my reservation. Unfortunately I was told that afternoon teas aren’t available on Tuesday 22nd June due to a Father’s Day event. My disappointment could have been avoided if firstly my online reservation had been responded to or there was information on the website to indicate afternoon tea not available on my chosen date. This experience doesn’t encourage me to use Missenden Abbey’s facilities in future
A great start to a wonderful weekend at Missenden Abbey. Situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Chilterns this is a must to visit whether this is for business or pleasure! Upon arrival we were greeted, booked in and given information on location of amenities within the Abbey for the duration of our stay. We stayed in the Coach House on the ground floor which was facing the pond. There’s access to this area which in turn allows you to soak up the views of the grounds as well as enjoying the peace and quiet. Our rooms were clean but basic however they were functionable for our needs. Crisp clean bedlinen and towels and a comfortable sleep. Breakfast was amazing and plentiful with a range of freshly cooked produce as well as cereal, fruit and beverages. Our evening meals were superb and cooked to perfection! You can either eat inside the Abbey or outside, we opted for the patio area so we could enjoy the views across the garden and adjacent fields where there’s an abundance of wild birds to be seen. All in all I would recommend Missenden Abbey. The staff are very friendly, capable and accommodating for your needs. The staff were at all times compliant with the Covid regulations and within the whole area of The Abbey there were notices to reflect this. A big Thank You to everyone and most certainly the chefs for this experience. To Sum It Up. Beautiful Abbey - Great Staff – Clean - Affordable - Beautiful Surroundings We Will Be Back! *****…
Room 46 was a disgrace with black mold on tiles and windows, window sills full of dust and debris carpet in need of serious vacuuming. But what made me pack my bags just after 15 minutes was noticing the open toilet brush in the corner of bathroom had faeces left on it. Staff were highly embarrassed and offered an upgrade of room inside the Abbey, which we reluctantly took as it was too late to book another hotel. How can a hote rent rooms out in this condition even if it was a FREE I would decline it. Health and Hygiene should make a visit to this place especially with the Covid rules in place and sack the cleaning staff. The view and reception staff are great but the hotel is run like Faulty Towers. ( the upgraded room was not much better... pubic hair on the basin and lots of cobwebs on the ceilings).…
We visited and did enjoy the lights but have to admit we did expect more for the money we paid (£15pp plus parking). It was enjoyable for our baby to look at the lights and he liked the light up piano but like others have said it didn’t take long to walk round and I think the price should have reflected this. We were also really disappointed that the employee who was checking us in and informing us of where to park etc did not social distance at all. We completely understand if they have exemptions for any reason for not wearing a mask and that they are working outside however, after quickly scanning the check in code they should have then moved away from the car to provide the remaining instructions as opposed to placing their head right next ours and continuing to talk to us through the open window. Overall it was a nice to do something Christmassy but it was a lot of money for the time we were there. …
We were expecting more for the cost to be honest (£13 per adult plus parking). The trail was nice but took 15 minutes. We bought some food which was ok - pizza and pasta. We were urged to visit the “secret garden” which consisted of two v small snowflake projections and then two rides at £3 per child. It ended the experience on a bit of a sour note having to say no to kids nagging for tacky fairground rides when we’d already spent over £70 on entrance and food for an hour or so’s entertainment. This is having started with a “candy cart” van selling sugar and another fairground ride. Either include rides in the entrance fee or don’t have them.