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Inns in Wendover

Red Lion Wendover
9 High Street
Wendover
Buckinghamshire

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The Red Lion is a traditional 16th Century coaching inn steeped in history and tradition which gracefully combines ‘olde world’ charms with a modern look and feel. Situated on the High Street in the town of Wendover, The Red Lion Hotel offers the perfect location for a weekend away, being less than an hour away from London by train, offering the opportunity for a relaxed journey to the Capital. Those visiting the area for business purposes may wish to take advantage of the function room offered by the hotel for meetings and conferences. The charismatic Red Lion Hotel in Wendover was reopened in Spring 2008, after a £1.4m refurbishment programme. The inn now offers a 23 bedroom hotel as well as a 96 cover restaurant – and the whole building has been given a fresh new look whilst retaining the hotel’s historic past. The hotel building is listed and therefore the refurbishment has retained many stunning features, such as the beautiful 17th century fireplace and exposed beams.

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