Nestled in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, our Wendover branch opens in January 2020. Located just off the main high street and next to a public car park, our satellite store offers the best in Wireless Audio systems, Active solutions and the best of traditional British Hifi.
The converted barn houses a selection of Audio solutions on the ground floor and a light and airy demo room upstairs.
We have a selection of products available for instant demo but if there is something specific you wish to hear, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange a suitable time.
Our full address is 4 Robert Mews, 13 High Street, Wendover, HP22 6DU.
Please note: We do not have any parking outside the shop. If you are visiting us by car, please use the main Library Car Park off the High Street, or the on-street parking if available.
We are situated just next to Cat Booker Fitness and adjacent to Fiona's Flowers. There is an archway next to the pedestrian crossing on the High Street. Enter there and turn immediately left, follow the Mews around to the right and we are at the end.
There is a main car park half way up the high street, where you can park for 1 hour free, or £0.70p for up to 3 hours.
Opening Hours are as follows:
Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday - 10am to 4pm
Thursday - 10am to 4pm
Friday - 10am to 4pm
Saturday - 9am to 12pm.
Sunday and Bank Holidays: Closed
Tel: 01296 324242
Wendover is a market town and civil parish at the foot of the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire, England. It is situated at the point where the main road across the Chilterns between London and Aylesbury intersects with the once important road along the foot of the Chilterns. The town is some 35 miles (56 km) north west of London and 5 miles (8 km) south east of Aylesbury, and is very popular with commuters working in London.
Outside the town of Wendover, the parish is mainly arable and also contains many hamlets that nestle in amongst the woodlands on the surrounding hills. Although Wendover has a weekly market, and has had a market charter since medieval times, many of its inhabitants identify it as a village, and the parish council does not describe itself as a town council.
The town name is of Brythonic origin and means "white water", referring to the stream that rises in the adjacent hills and flows through the middle of the town, bringing chalk deposits on its way.
If its walking the Ridgeway, sitting in the village at one of the many independant restuarants, enjoying Tea and Cake in Rumsey's or Lady Grey Tea rooms or just spending time on the high street, Wendover makes a great case for a day out away from the maddening crowds.