Located northwest of London in the verdant Chiltern Hills, the Buckinghamshire town of High Wycombe boasts some impressive architectural jewels among its many highlights.
Most famous of all is Hughenden House, a red brick Victorian mansion that was the home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, between 1848 and 1881. Today it is owned by the National Trust, who have opened the mansion to the public. Visitors flock to take in the luxury of its seemingly endless parlours and bedrooms, as well as a splendid complex of gardens.
Other areas of note in High Wycombe include Hellfire Caves, Cliveden House and the delightful West Wycombe park.
From Plomer’s Hill to Terriers to Totteridge, Floom’s flower delivery in High Wycombe covers the whole town.