De Vere Venue Uplands

A Hotel in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

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Four Ashes Road, Cryers Hill
High Wycombe
HP15 6LB

De Vere Venue Uplands, High Wycombe

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Set amidst beautiful Chiltern countryside and landscaped gardens overlooking the Hughenden Valley, Uplands combines a classical mansion house with purpose-built, contemporary buildings. With 18 acres of grounds to explore, youメre bound to be inspired. Based in High Wycombe, Uplands is in a prime position for visiting London, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.

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