Our six bedrooms have been designed with subtle nods to the surrounding area and its history in mind. Using local craftsmen where possible and high end furnishings, each unique room showcases bespoke pieces of furniture, materials and artwork throughout.
Only a 30 minute train ride from central London, you’ll find us set in the picturesque village of Great Missenden in the heart of the Chilterns. Trains from London Marylebone to Great Missenden run every 30 minutes.
Alternatively, we are a short drive from the M40 motorway, which offers an easy and direct route into central London.
Winter Overnight Escape
Available Sunday – Friday until 31st March
Slip away to the Nags Head this winter, conveniently situated in the beautiful Chiltern Hills. Only a 40 minute train ride from London’s Marylebone and a short walk from Great Missenden station. Take in the fresh country air along the woodland and ridgeway walks with stunning views. Afterwards, join us for a delicious three-course dinner in our AA Rosette country pub & restaurant, warmed by the open log fire.
~ One overnight stay including full English & continental breakfast ~
~ Three course dinner from the a la carte menu ~
From £175 for two people
***Use Promotional code “WOE” when selecting dates***
DOG POLICY We regret that dogs are not allowed to stay in the bedrooms, however well behaved dogs are most welcome in the pub and restaurant.
Roald Dahl 2 for 1
The Roald Dahl museum is only a short walk from the Nags Head and is a great place for families to visit whilst in the Chilterns.
Special Offer: 2 for 1 entry for all Nags Head customers. Please ask a member of staff for your voucher.
Being in the heart of the Chilterns one of the 38 AONBs (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), we are blessed with some of nature’s finest landscapes, not to mention glorious wildlife, some of which is native to the Chilterns. It’s a walkers and cyclists heaven.
History and architecture also awaits you, with gorgeous brick and flint buildings and manor houses dotted over the countryside, most of particular heritage such as Hughenden manor or Berkhamsted Castle.
It’s staggering how many famous people, artists, literary idols, royal connections and (hmmm) politicians have been part of the Chilterns. Most of their legacies have been left behind in some of form in the Chilterns.
Monday to Thursday:
8am till 11pm
Friday and Saturday:
8am till 12am
8am till 10.30pm
Monday – Saturday: