Frieth is a small village about 13 km north-east of Henley on Thames. It is in the county of Buckinghamshire in the beautiful Chilterns Area of Outstanding Beauty.
Frieth is a pleasant village but the number of traditional houses is proportionally much lower than some of its more beautiful neighbours such as Turville and Fringest.
Frieth sits on the top of Frieth Hill on the edge of a chalk valley where Turville and Fringest as well as Hambleden and Skirmett are situated.
Frieth does though have the 12th century Parmoor House which was once owned by the Knights Templar and was let to King Zog of Albania.
Frieth won Buckinghamshire's 'Best Kept Village' award.