Stoke Park, Country Club, Spa and Hotel, Park Rd, Stoke Poges, Slough SL2 4PG, UK
About Stoke Park
Stoke Park is a private sporting and leisure estate in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire. It has served as the filming location for several major films, including James Bond's Goldfinger and Tomorrow Never Dies, Bridget Jones's Diary, and Layer Cake. It also hosts the annual Boodles Tennis Championships as a warm-up to Wimbledon, a week prior to the Championships.
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Stoke Park, Europe’s leading five Red Star Hotel, Spa and Country Club, is set among 300 acres of glorious parkland, lakes, historic gardens and monuments created over the past one thousand years. It provides a unique combination of the traditions of an exclusive members’ club and the best of today’s sporting, leisure, entertaining, corporate and hotel facilities.
Burnham Beeches is a 374.6-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest situated west of Farnham Common in the village of Burnham, Buckinghamshire. It is characterized by a mixture of ancient woodland, wood pasture, coppice, ponds and streams, grassland, mire and heathland. It is also a National Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation.
Black Park covers over 500 acres of woodland, heathland, and open space in South Buckinghamshire. It comprises of an adventure playground and Go Ape, miles of beautiful woodland tracks and trails, and opportunities for wildlife spotting, the park offers something for everyone to enjoy. It has a varied fauna, and insects include the nationally rare Roesel's bush cricket. There are eighteen species of butterfly, birds including hobbies and nightjars, and snakes and lizards.
Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common are located in Buckinghamshire to the West of London and are registered charities. It is characterised by a mixture of ancient woodland, wood pasture, coppice, ponds and streams, grassland, mire and heathland. It is also a National Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation.
Black Park is a country park in Wexham, Buckinghamshire, England, with an area of 250 hectares. It has a mixed and coniferous woodland and some areas of acid grassland. It has a varied fauna, and insects include the nationally rare Roesel's bush cricket. It is popular with walkers and dog owners due to the wide open spaces and well-maintained routes.
Langley Park is steeped in history and a nationally important haven for wildlife. The stunning Rhododendron collection in the Temple Gardens is an explosion of color from April to June, with views to Windsor Castle and beyond. In summer, many species of butterflies chase around the heather and gorse on the open vista, and a variety of wildfowl can be seen on Langley Lake. The house and grounds are owned by Buckinghamshire County Council, and the house is leased as a privately-run hotel.
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Buckinghamshire is a ceremonial county in South East England that borders Greater London to the south-east, Berkshire to the south, Oxfordshire to the west, Northamptonshire to the north, Bedfordshire to the north-east and Hertfordshire to the east.