CheshamCopyright Nigel Cox

In the chalk-stream country beloved of fly-fishermen Chesham, named for the River Chess that runs through it, has the best of both worlds in that the Metropolitan Line ends here, and rural life begins – you may recognize it from several Midsomer Murders... Read More

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Hotels in Chesham - 3 places to stay

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Chartridge Conference Centre

Chartridge Conference Centre

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Set in 25 acres of beautiful Chilterns countryside Chartridge helps you forget the hustle and bustle of a busy scheduleSet foot inside Chartridge and delight in the elegant surroundings, superb ... More

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Kings Arms (3.06 miles)

Kings Arms

With origins dating back to the 14th Century, The Kings Arms is a traditional old coaching inn. It has recently been refurbished, as well as extended, to create a beautiful hotel located in the heart of the ... More | visit website

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The Crown (3.07 miles)

The Crown

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The Crown in Old Amersham, situated at the end of the Metropolitan Line and 40 minutes from London, is an Elizabethan Coaching Inn, updated by Ilse Crawford of Soho House and Babington House ... More

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The Saracens Head (3.15 miles)

The Saracens Head
The Saracens Head Inn is a traditional English pub serving real ales, fine wines and home-cooked food every lunchtime and evening. The original stables surrounding the courtyard have been converted into stylish, comfortable ... More | visit website
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De Vere Venues Latimer Place (3.15 miles)

De Vere Venues Latimer Place

Set in 30 acres of tranquil, secluded grounds in the Chiltern countryside, overlooking the Chess Valley, Latimer Place combines contemporary and Victorian architecture to create an inspiring venue. Whether it is for a business event or ... More | visit website

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Chequers (3.18 miles)

Chequers
At over 600 years old The Chequers has been serving great food and drink in a positive atmosphere for generations.We are proud to carry on this tradition into the present day.
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Bobsleigh Hotel (3.83 miles)

Bobsleigh Hotel

The Bobsleigh is set amongst skilfully landscaped gardens in the Chiltern countryside. This historic hotel provides an ideal base for exploring the surrounding areas in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire as well as Bedfordshire and central London is ... More | visit website

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Kings Arms Hotel (3.93 miles)

Kings Arms Hotel

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A 17th-century former coaching inn, this privately owned and passionately run boutique hotel is a place where old meets new, with stylish, contemporary accommodation blending seamlessly with historic charm. Surrounded by the ... More

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The Pennyfarthing Hotel (3.96 miles)

The Pennyfarthing Hotel

The Pennyfarthing Hotel occupies pride of place in Berkhamsted's lovely old High Street with the picturesque Grand Union Canal running adjacent to the car park at the rear of the Hotel.All rooms are ensuite and ... More | visit website

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The Nags Head (3.98 miles)

The Nags Head
The Nags Head in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire is a traditional 15th century pub and Inn situated along the valley of the River Misbourne in the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire.Great Missenden is a large village in ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West (4.03 miles)

Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West

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Hemel Hempstead Premier Travel Inn is a well appointed hotel for excellent transport links to London and the South East. Excellent value accomodation with superb on site restaurant for breakfast and ... More | visit website

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