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White Hart Inn
Three Households
Chalfont St Giles
Buckinghamshire

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The White Hart Inn is located in Chalfont St Giles, recently voted ďThe Most Perfect Village in England by a TV Property programme. We have eleven comfortable, modern bedrooms, 2 singles and 9 twins/doubles, all with en-suite bathroom or showers and good quality fittings. All of our rooms are conveniently located just a short stroll through the garden in a purpose built building, not above the restaurant and bar areas - so they remain very peaceful and ideal for relaxing after a delicious meal in the main building.Chalfont St. Giles, with its duck pond, 18th century cottages and ancient High Street is a picturesque village on the edge of the Chilterns, 25 miles from London and roughly the same distance from Oxford and 16 miles from Heathrow Airport. Within easy reach of major motorways and 3 miles from the nearest London Metropolitan underground station at Chalfont & Latimer (just 40 mins from centre of London) The White Hart Inn is an ideal base for enjoying London attractions i.e.. West End Theatres, Shopping and Exhibitions, whilst combining a relaxing stay in one of the loveliest parts of England.

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