This is a very unique weekend break which combines glorious walking in The Chilterns with a chocolate-making lesson at the famous artisan Rumsey's Chocolaterie. Rumsey's is a local favourite of The Carter Company, and we are excited to present this joint collaboration which showcases what we think are the best of things to see and do in The Chilterns. It is, after all, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Arrive on Friday evening in Wendover, and head to the Red Lion hotel where you will meet your host and receive your route directions. Set off on Saturday morning on a stunning and varied circular walk through the Chilterns. Take in majestic hilltop views, shaded paths through beechwoods, chalk escarpments and rich agricultural land, and make a pit stop at one of our favourite cosy pubs in this area, The Bernard Arms. On your return to Wendover, enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at Rumsey’s and indulge in some of their delicious cakes.

On Sunday morning, you will be transferred to Thame to attend a Rumsey's chocolate making lesson. We will transfer back to Wendover on Sunday evening to pick up your luggage and catch your return train home, or you can depart directly from Thame if travelling by car.

For further details of your route, see classic hotel itinerary.

Holiday details

Price from
Classic £345 per person based on two people sharing a room
Extras included
1.5 hour chocolate figurine making course.  See what’s included as standard
Duration
2 nights
Start & Finish
Starts on Friday evenings and ends on Sunday afternoons
Hotels
Classic A charming 16th-century coaching inn with stylish period rooms, plus a traditional bar and British restaurant
Activity level
Gentle walking. More info...
Self-guided
This tour is priced without a guide and you are free to explore on your own.  If you would like a guide for part or all of your trip, we are happy to provide a knowledgeable, local guide
Mileage
9 miles (15km)
Terrain
Hilly in parts
Traffic-free
100% apart from short section at start

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