Sue Simmons Bed & Breakfast Marlow
61 Hill Farm Road
Bucks SL7 3LX
Tel +44 (0)1628 475145
Mob +44 (0)7502 356017
We provide clean, good-value bed and breakfast accommodation, with a warm smile and a hearty breakfast and have offered accommodation in the area for over 30 years. If you are looking to stay in the area we would welcome you to what is a very quiet and pleasant part of Buckinghamshire.
• 1 Double room (or use as a twin or family  room)
• 2 Single rooms
• Shared bathroom for guests only
• Off road parking
• Free WiFi
• A renowned award-winning breakfast
Make a booking enquiry by sending us an email, or click the contact button at the top of this page.
We always hope that visitors will show an appreciation of their stay by writing a review on TripAdvisor, updated reviews are very important to us and this inspires us to keep our standards high and gives future visitors an honest and genuine idea of what we offer.
We are on the doorstep of the English countryside but only a short drive from Marlow town, and just 22 miles from Heathrow T5.
For all walkers you can head out for a ramble on the Chiltern Way – or relax with a sample pint from the local brewery down the hill, the Rebellion brewery, now in their new air-conditioned shop. The local pub the Three Horseshoes is just a 12 minute walk across the fields and is fully open for food.
All around the area are superb locations frequently used for popular TV series like Midsomer Murders and many others, places like Skirmett, Turville and Frieth.
For all you foodies, we are just 2 miles from iconic Tom Kerridge-owned 2 Michelin star restaurant, the Hand & Flowers and his new diner The Coach and in between the charming Vanilla Pod restaurant. Also a different take on indian food at the Sindhu restaurant in the Compleat Angler. Sindhu is also under the guidance of Michelin star chef Atul Kochar. And in Marlow Bottom itself and just a short 5 minute walk down the road, the Da Luca italian restaurant, which is highly rated on Trip Advisor.There are a few other food places to visit our particular favourite is Bills then there is Pizza Express, Zizzi, The Cote Brasserie,The Botanist and the infamous Ivy Cafe. It is worth mentioning that it is wise to check on availability before visiting the above restaurants particularly at the end of the week.
We would welcome the opportunity to provide your accommodation for any future trip to Marlow so feel free to ring or email with your enquiry,
Paul & Sue Simmons