Beaconsfield is not one but two towns, each with its own special charms.
The Historic Old Town - Quintessentially English; traditional inns and tea houses, bijou boutiques and an eclectic array of restaurants offer diverse temptations, while the Tuesday market has been a regular feature for many years.
The New Town- A mere century old, is a bustling town centre with many quality brands, complemented by cosmopolitan cafes and bars.
- Old Town Beaconsfield
- New Town Beaconsfield
- Local Market
Beaconsfield is a firm favourite of those with school age children, as its is the catchment area for some of the most highly regarded schools in the South East, offering an excellent educational experience.
- Beaconsfield High School for Girls
- The Beaconsfield School
- Davenies School
- Royal Grammar School
From the depth of the countryside to London in just over half an hour, Beaconsfield's excellent transport links play a large part in its continued success. Queens Acre is just 1.3 miles from the station (parking available), where trains run from Beaconsfield to London Marylebone, every 15 minutes and more frequently at peak times.
Midway between London and Oxford, Beaconsfield is around 29 miles North West of the centre of London with junction 2 of the M40 a short drive.
- Train station to London Marylebone
- M40 close by
- Heathrow Airport under 15 miles away