Dating in Buckinghamshire*

*This is a collaborative post*

Virtual or online dating allows singletons to meet other single people from all over the world. Many dating apps actually match individuals based on their compatibility, which means you both should have plenty in common, no matter where you're from. 
Dating sites that have proved to be popular recently are those for specific areas such as Buckinghamshire Dating. You may have read a few articles on GGD lately where I have shared dating ideas for different areas, today I am focusing on Buckinghamshire which is often abbreviated to Bucks. With lock-down now easing you can start setting 'in person' dates again so take inspiration from below.

Dating in Buckinghamshire

Historical Sites

Hughenden Manor

Let's start with a couple of historic sites. I highly recommend visiting one for a first date as they provide the perfect opportunity to walk and talk. My boyfriend and I have spent many a date visiting buildings with historical importance. We both appreciate beautiful craftsmanship and architecture and Buckinghamshire has many places we'd love to visit. 
Hughenden Manor for instance, was the country home of Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli. He was apparently Queen Victoria's favourite Prime Minister! 
Hughenden manor is now owned by the National Trust and guests can visit and browse the home that was once a secret map making operation in the second world war. The second world war room features an interactive exhibit and there's a cafe and shop on site too. 

Claydon Estate

Another potential is this country estate which also hosts events. The Claydon Estate boasts an 18th century courtyard where guests can enjoy a spot of lunch. The Phoenix kitchen even has afternoon tea on offer, yes please! I had a look on the website and the Humble Country Fayre is on this June. It will feature 70 boutique brands set up in marquees offering a mix of home-ware and gifts. If you are Buckinghamshire Dating and fancy a longer stay, then there are also two holiday cottages offering accommodation. 


The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

This museum is located in the village of Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire. It gives a fascinating insight into the life and works of Mr Dahl. There's a cafe on site too so you can make a day of it. This is ideal for every inner book worm who loved Roald Dahl as a child. 

Chiltern Open Air Museum

Founded in 1976, over thirty historic buildings that would have otherwise been demolished have been rescued and rebuilt at this open air museum. Learn all about the Chiltern people and how they lived. Enjoy exploring before having a browse of the museum gift shop. Picnic benches are available if you want to pack a romantic lunch. The village kitchen is open for takeout but the on site cafe, Elliott & Sons Cafe, is currently closed due to Covid. Let's hope they can re-open soon. 

And there you have four suggestions for date ideas in the Buckinghamshire area. If none of these ideas suit then why not just pack a picnic and go for a walk in the beautiful open countryside?

*Header photo source. Second photo source.

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