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This hotel dates from the Tudor period, but the inside reflects the very best in modern design. It is featured in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral, as well as the TV show Midsomer Murders. Amersham is such a nice surprise. A Beautiful old town centre with many delicious restaurants to choose from. A perfect weekend getaway at The Kings Arms Hotel, so close to London.
Originally a 16th-century coaching inn, The Crown in Old Amersham offers dining, traditional hospitality and easy access to the M40, M25, M1 and M4. Free parking and Wi-Fi is available on-site. Lovely old coaching Inn right in centre of Old Amersham, directly opposite our destination restaurant The Artichoke. Our booked room in the old building had VERY steep stairs to the bathroom, which we had not been told about and could not cope with, so upgraded to a lovely courtyard room without any fuss. Expensive, but they do not skimp with the extras (including a nice half bottle of wine & a jar of up market jelly babies to take home to the grandchildren).
This 17th century former coaching inn is set in the historic town of Berkhamsted, and features luxurious boutique-style rooms with iPod docking stations and private bathrooms. An amazing breakfast set of choices. Lovely pub attached. Great location in town relative to shopping, train station, and countryside walking opportunities.
A 10 minute walk from the city center of Great Missenden is the Nag’s Head Hotel, a 4-star, 15th-century inn. Guests can enjoy contemporary-styled interiors, Anglo-French fusion cuisine and free... Friendly team, charming building and comfortable bedroom. Superb breakfast.
Set in Chalfont Saint Giles, The Ivy House has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Great Food Very Friendly Staff. Good choice of drinks . Reasonable pricing. Warm cosy ambience . Excellent Breakfast and good value
We love Chesham! So many beautiful places to visit locally! We love the pedestrianised town centre and the beautiful park- so lovely when we’re visiting our grandchildren. There are constantly so many events going on too!
The manor house is amazing and well kept, we enjoyed walking on the property and off the grounds as well. It is very scenic, full of country walks and history. The library is a beautiful and peaceful place to enjoy a cuppa and wind down with cool drinks and a cheese plate.The staff were all very helpful and friendly.
Chesham is a good base for long country walks, and for travelling to other places. The Metropolitan line is inexpensive for travelling to London, especially off-peak at weekends. There is a Theatre in the town centre, sports centre and a large park.
Beautiful part of the world - very hilly and the country lanes can be a bit of a challenge if it rains with roads flooding. Stayed at the De Vere Latimer Estate which was lovely. Visited Warner Bros. Studios for Harry Potter which was brilliant.
Lovely place to stay on the outskirts of London, with stations at Chalfont and Latimer or Chorleywood where you can catch the underground trains straight in to central London. Takes about 30 mins on the Metropolitan line
Its very easy to get round Chesham, with regular inexpensive trains to London, and buses to various places. We ate at the Firecrest, Wendover on our son's recommendation. This was also convenient for us returning to Chartridge Lodge. We enjoyed local walks, and spending a day in London.