Origins At The White Lion

Guest Accommodation in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire

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57 High Street
Great Missenden
HP16 0AL

Origins At The White Lion, Great Missenden

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Located at the centre of the picturesque village of Great Missenden, Origins has three rooms to let; all newly-decorated and furnished each with brand new en-suite their own digital TV and wireless internet access. The rooms are above an upmarket vibrant wine bar restaurant serving international tapas and offering an exquisite selection of wines and cocktails..

From: £75.00

Accommodation Rating: NC (about ratings)

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