Nags Head Hotel
1 5 t h C e n t u r y C o u n t r y I n n &
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Why not extend your stay after dining at the Nags Head or (even if you are just visiting the area)
and retire to one of our seven double bedrooms, all newly refurbished with beautifully finished bathrooms and
shower ensuites. Two of our doublebedded suites maintain the original features including high-beamed original
ceilings and bathrooms.
After a rested night’s sleep, you’ll find a hearty breakfast waiting for you in the morning. The facilities in each
Double and Twin Rooms are:
- Bathrooms or shower ensuites with wc
- LCD digital televisions offering a wide selection of channels
- Wi-fi in public areas
- Tea and Coffee facilities
- Individual irons and ironing boards
- Breakfast served in the dining room
However long your stay at The Nags Heads, we'll do our best to ensure it'll be an experience you'll
wish to repeat again and again.
There are seven double bedrooms, all newly refurbished with beautifully finished bathrooms and
Twins & Doubles
Friday - Sunday £110
Price is per room and includes a continental breakfast for two.
The Nags head was originally built in the late 15th century as three small cottages.
They were workers cottages known as bodgercottages. The inhabitants made spindals for chairs and
parts to make up whole pieces of furniture. These were picked up en route from the many bodger cottages from
Aylesbury to London which were finally assembled in London.
Due to the Nags Head unique position on the London Road, in the 16th century the cottages became a
Coaching House and Inn, a chance to rest weary horses and travellers commuting from the Midlands and London.
The Nags Head has seen many prime ministers and heads of state over the years on their journey to
Chequers and was a favourite of the late Lord Harold Wilson.
The infamous children’s author Roald Dahl was a local at the Nags Head where you’ll find many of
his limited edition prints in the dining areas.
Roald Dahl Museum
Bekonscott Model Village
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Chiltern Country Walk
Local shops of Great Missenden
Close to Old Amersham
Why not visit our main site at www.nagsheadbucks.com or our sister establishment at www.bricklayersarms.com