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West Lodge
45 London Road
Aston Clinton
Buckinghamshire

HP22 5HL | View map
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http://www.westlodge.co.uk

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West Lodge is a Victorian Lodge House providing Three Star accommodation in a relaxing atmosphere (Award from Visit Britain/Tourist Board). The hotel has a reputation for exceptional quality in all areas but in particular for service and hospitality. The hotel has 8 rooms, all ensuite and well appointed, single rooms from £62 including full cooked English breakfast. The restaurant is fully licenced and only open for guests and ‘guests of guests’ ensuring a peaceful atmosphere for those wishing to work or just relax. Room service is also available as well as a number of eateries within easy walking distance. On-site car parking and wireless internet access. Relax in our beautiful English garden with its tranquil fish pond and quiet seating areas. A SPA room with Jacuzzi and sauna are also available for private hire. We are ideally suited for visiting London, Oxford, and the many other attractions that the area provides: The National Trust properties of Bleinheim Palace, Hughenden Manor and Waddesdon Manor, walk the footpaths of the nearby Chilterns, or visit the Rothshild museum in Tring or the Rohl Dahl museum at Great Missenden.

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