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CAR & VAN RENTAL HIGH WYCOMBE
High Wycombe is situated in the county of Buckinghamshire, exploring High Wycombe and the surrounding area is relatively easy with car hire thanks to a well developed infrastructure and the M40 which is close by.
High Wycombe is surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in southern England. and is the largest town in Buckinghamshire, having grown up during the 18th and 19th centuries around the furniture industry, and was once known as 'the furniture capital of England.' Its wide, typically Georgian High Street, is dominated at its western end by the Little Market House, built by Robert Adam and known affectionately as 'The Pepperpot'.
The Parish Church was founded by the Normans and enlarged to almost its present day size in the 12th century. It is a very impressive building, the largest church in the county and contains many interesting monuments and memorials. High Wycombe Museum is housed in an historic 18th century building surrounded by peaceful gardens. There are interactive displays, changing temporary exhibitions and a shop.
To the east of the town there is a wide expanse of grassland, called 'The Rye'. An artificial lake, bounded by hanging beech woods, which encompass a Nature Trail, is used for fishing and boating during the summer months. 1.5 miles from the town centre is Hughenden Manor Park, this Victorian Gothic house was the home of former Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeili.
Wycombe Air Park, 2 miles south of the town centre is home to the Blue Max Museum and a collection of historic flying machines which have starred in many films.
High Wycombe is the home of Wycombe Swan Theatre, one of the finest theatres outside London. Other attractions include a six screen cinema featuring the latest movies, Badminton centre and The Handy Cross leisure and sports complex.
For those avid shoppers there are the Octagon and Chilterns shopping centres and the new ‘state of the art’ Eden shopping centre which opened in 2008 bringing with it a House of Fraser, Debenhams, and a collection of fashion designer stores to complement High Wycombes great range of shopping facilities.
High Wycombe and nearby areas cater for all food tastes with a wonderful choice of restaurants: Italian, Indian Mexican Chinese, Thai, Traditional English pub etc.
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* 5 miles from office and a minimum rental period of 3 days