About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Chicheley Hall is a Grade I-listed mansion, dating back to the early 18th century
- The hotel was used as a location for the BBC's "Pride and Prejudice" and "Black Beauty"
- You can take afternoon tea in the garden in fine weather
Chicheley Hall is an English country house built in the 18th century in the Baroque style. It was bought by the Royal Society and now also serves as the Kavli Royal Society International Centre, a facility dedicated to the advancement of science.
The property has original period features, ornate chandeliers, grand staircases and a great hall that was used in the filming of the BBC series "Pride and Prejudice".
The restaurant serves classic British and European dishes. Afternoon tea can be served in the garden (weather permitting).
Milton Keynes is less than 10 minutes away by car. This famous new town turned 50 in 2017 -- you can visit its plethora of restaurants and bars, or search for the Concrete Cows, iconic sculptures created by Canadian artist Liz Leyh.
Woburn Safari Park, a wildlife park with over 1000 animals including elephants, tigers and black bears, is approximately 15 minutes' drive away.