Chalfont St PeterCopyright Jack Hill

Officially a village but the size of a town, albeit a decidedly pretty and rather elegant one, Chalfont St Peter – The Gateway to the Chilterns - has a river running through it and fine countryside around it to complement its architecture... Read More

Hotels in Chalfont St Peter - 4 places to stay

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Greyhound Inn

Greyhound Inn

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Located in the pretty village of Chalfont St Peter, just 5 miles from the M25 and the M40, this grade 2 listed Coaching Inn proudly maintains the tradition of warm ... More

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Midvale

Midvale

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Available for short term lets - a tastefully designed three bed property with contemporary furnishings. Three double bedrooms, en suite to master, off street parking, decked patio and gardens. The ... More

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Lovel House

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Luxury range of accommodation based in charming village of Chalfont St Peter. Flat screen TV's, free broadband, luxury bathrooms.

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Ethorpe Hotel (1.10 miles)

Ethorpe Hotel

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Situated in the heart of Gerrards Cross and renowned for the quality of its food, fine wines and award-winning ales, the Ethorpe Hotel exudes the character and charm that epitomises ... More

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Bull (The) (1.33 miles)

Bull (The)

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Dating back to 1688, The Bull is an upgraded historic hotel overlooking the village common. It is 2 miles (3.2 km) from the M40 and 1 mile from Gerrards Cross Station. The ... More

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Tile House Lane (1.92 miles)

Tile House Lane
A self-contained, spacious and spotless flat in beautiful countryside house with lots to do just 25 minutes from Central London. ... More | visit website
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Bellhouse Hotel (1.96 miles)

Bellhouse Hotel
deally situated in the heart of Buckinghamshire, The Bellhouse hotel has friendly, welcoming staff. Beaconsfield’s centre, its Old Town, and the town of Gerrard's Cross are a few minutes’ drive away. The hotel boasts extensive leisure ... More | visit website
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Denham Grove (1.98 miles)

Denham Grove

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Set in 42 acres of beautiful, tranquil parkland, Denham Grove offers stylish and contemporary accommodation, impressive modern leisure facilities and a convenient location close to the M40 and M25 motorways. With great ... More

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White Hart Inn (2.04 miles)

White Hart Inn

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The White Hart Inn is located in Chalfont St Giles, recently voted “The Most Perfect Village in England by a TV Property programme. We have eleven comfortable, modern bedrooms, 2 ... More

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Tilehurst Combined School (2.64 miles)

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The Falcon (3.29 miles)

Surely the cosiest & attractive of all Denham hotels. We believe The Falcon Inn to be the best B&B in Buckinghamshire. If you are seeking great food or a quality bed and breakfast in Buckinghamshire ... More | visit website

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Ivy House Freehouse Restaurant (3.36 miles)

Ivy House Freehouse Restaurant

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The Ivy House is a delightful Inn set in rural surroundings within the Chilterns.Its exposed beams and open fireplaces offer the visitors a warm & relaxed atmosphere in which to ... More

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Pinfield Hotel (3.55 miles)

Pinfield Hotel

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Pinfield Hotel is a stylish boutique bed & breakfast offering luxurious accommodation in a country location, but within a few minutes drive of numerous restaurants ... More

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