The gentle hills of the Chilterns are about sixty kilometres north west of London. With their highest point at 267 metres, they cover parts of the counties of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. The Chilterns offer an idyllic landscape of rolling pastures, peaceful meadows dotted with white sheep, and extensive woodlands where ash, oaks and beeches reign supreme.
The area is home to Chequers, the country home of the British Prime Ministers. For more about the Chilterns: The Chilterns Conservation Board website