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Visit Little Missenden

Little Missenden is another charming village in the  county of Buckinghamshire in the beautiful Chilterns Area of Outstanding Beauty.

Visit Little Missenden

Little Missenden is a charming village set in the beautiful countryside which makes up the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Beauty.

Many of the houses ar the red brick patterned with some grey, and the steeply sloping terracotta-tiled roofs common to this area.

In the middle of the village are a number of lovely barns made of wood, painted black and bedecked with flowers.

The other end of the village has the parish church - take a look inside to see the remains of some pink frescoes on the walls.

Out of the village in the other direction are a number of half-timber houses painted black and white.

White picket fences or flint stone walls edge many of the houses and there are some superb gardens to admire as you wander through Little Missenden.

Little Missenden has a village shop and a couple of village pubs. On the outer edges of the village are some really fabulous houses.

Films and TV programmes filmed in Little Missenden

The range of architecture and the overall beauty of Little Missenden has been appreciated by the tv producers and is one of the most common locations for episodes of Midsomer Murders.

Wallis's house in the Dam Busters film is also in the village of Little Missenden.

You can find more local travel ideas in the Chilterns guide and the

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Map of Little Missenden and places to visit


Little Missenden places to visit

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