See why so many travellers 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 travellers like you.
Given the close proximity to Peterley Manor Farm (1.6 mi), guests of Missenden Abbey Conference Centre can easily experience one of Great Missenden's most popular landmarks.
Missenden Abbey Conference Centre Hotel 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 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 a popular Great Missenden ribs restaurant such as Cross Keys Pub & Kitchen, which is a short distance from Missenden Abbey Conference Centre.
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.
Wow....well where do I start. We were lucky enough to be married at this beautiful venue 1 week ago today and we are still buzzing from our special day now. From start to finish everything was absolutely perfect. Our wedding organiser was Natasha who is just phenomenal and never failed to reply to a single email over the last 18 months, she went above and beyond to ensure that our day was as special as possible and by the time our wedding was here she was like having another family member with us. To say that the staff were attentive would be an understatement, from reception staff, food and beverage manager, bar staff and management.....everyone was always happy to help, greeted our guets warmly and each took time to congratulate us. House keeping even put a goody bag from us into all our guests rooms with no fuss at all. We wouldn't have changed a single thing about our magical day and will cherish our time at Missenden forever. It is a beautiful building amongst beautiful grounds with a wonderful team of staff. If you are thinking about Missenden for your wedding day then pop along to one of their open days and meet the team, you really wont be disappointed. We also used their recommended suppliers and couldnt have been happier with how the day turned out. We had 90 daytime guets and approx 30 more to the evening and not a single person had anything negative to say. The food was amazing, service was outstanding and we would do it all again in a heartbeat. Thank you Natasha and Thank you Missenden Abbey. Love Adam & Keith…
The Abbey is beautiful and staff were all really friendly and helpful. (Very quick to provide additional towels as only enough for one person originally provided) The rooms in the main building are great. The rooms in The coach house , (really intended for single occupancy for conferences) are very small and en suites are in need of refurbishment. For a couple of nights stay where we just needed a base, somewhere to sleep and have a shower it was perfectly adequate. The grounds were beautiful to walk around (complete with ‘Haha’ old English barrier to prevent livestock getting close to the main building. Full cooked Breakfast available, machines for tea and coffee
Fabulous wedding held at a fabulous venue. From start to finish Natasha, our wedding coordinator, held our hand and guided us through 3 rescheduled dates due to covid and many last minute changes. The day went exactly as planned and everyone had such a lovely lovelytime. The ceremony setting was right on the button and the wedding breakfast was delicious and very filling. There is nothing I can fault, I look forward to the review from the bride and groom, as the mother of the groom I could not fault a single thing.
I bought a sparkling afternoon tea for four as a birthday treat for a friend and I was disappointed and embarrassed. The site states, 'after your tea feel free to walk around our grounds' so I called reception to make sure that if we arrived an hour before tea we would be able to walk around the 'grounds' and was told this would be fine. The term 'grounds' is an exaggeration as it refers to one large lawn, shown in the picture, which takes at most ten minutes to walk around so needless to say we were ready for tea very disappointingly early. We were shown to a large white room with one large stained glass window but apart from that the room was characterless and without a view. We were seated, asked if we wanted tea or coffee, no specialty teas were suggested and once they were delivered we were then left to our own devices. Once, during the hour we were there, we were asked, in passing, if everything was alright and no more contact was made. For additional sandwiches and another pot of standard tea we had to go to reception. The food is very nice, the clotted cream is served in the plastic pots that it comes in, which was disappointing and the waitresses uniform was extremely badly fitting. The whole experience was not the 'treat' I had so hoped for my dear friend. If you want an afternoon experience as a treat I would give this a miss. Even though the food was lovely, as a part of the whole experience, it couldn't save the afternoon. …
We visited for a family wedding. Beautiful venue with lovely gardens and plenty of space. The staff were attentive and polite. Very disappointed by the room which although advertised as a double, was definitely a single, the room was soo small that the bed pushed in to the corner so you couldn’t walk around it. I was ‘trapped’ between the wall and my husband which was really claustrophobic. It was also incredibly dated and for what we got definitely not value for money. I reported my disappointment to the staff the next morning, it was clear that I wasn’t the first to mention this and I’m sure I won’t be the last. Such a shame as it took the sparkle off of what was otherwise a lovely visit.