Pendley Manor
Pendley Manor


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"Excellent real Italian food at reasonable prices.

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"Very good and courteous from the moment I booked on the phone to the moment I got dropped off at home. Driver opened door for me to get in and ..." More

"this is what you would call a real value for money eating house when my wife and i visited on a friday evening.we had not booked and just went in ..." More

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Tring is a small market town in the very west of Hertfordshire. Mostly residential but surrounded by countryside, it is within an hour by train from the centre of London. On the edge of the Chiltern Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and with the Grand Union Canal running near it too, the town has 3 reservoirs just north of it, built to provide water for the canal locks. These reservoirs are now a haven for wildlife and very popular with visitors. There is much to do here - The Tring Brewery Company is a successful traditional brewery with a shop open daily. Famously Lord Rothschild’s estate is here and he first introduced the Glis Glis to the area – a rodent, squirrel like creature. Upon his death in 1937, Lord Rothschild donated a fine collection of stuffed animals, birds, reptiles and insects to the town’s Natural History Museum. The sports centre has a large indoor pool, multipurpose sports hall and an all-weather pitch. The Court Theatre is a popular venue for both plays and concerts and the Charter Market is held weekly on a Saturday, with a Farmers’ Market an alternate Saturdays. This is an excellent base for exploring the London region, especially as there are numerous hotels, pubs, guesthouses and restaurants to choose from. Tring is very accessible too by road, rail and air, with the M25 nearby, the West Coast mainline running through and Luton airport.


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Pendley Manor (0.99 miles)

Pendley Manor

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Penley Manor Hotel is set in 35 acres of wooded parkland, within Hertfordshires beautiful countryside. This splendid late Victorian Manor was refurbished and opened as an hotel in October 1989.

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Rangers Cottage (1.03 miles)

Rangers Cottage

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Set high in the Chiltern Hills, in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', Rangers Cottage has lovely views over open countryside and Woodland Trust land. The house was built ... More

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Premier Inn Tring (1.43 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M25. Local attractions include Whipsnade Zoo, RAF Halton, Pendley Manor and the Ridgeway Walk. For shops and local amenities Aylesbury town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Tring ... More | visit website
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Champneys Health Resort (2.20 miles)

Champneys Health Resort
There are few places in the world like Champneys Tring Health Resort. Steeped in history, this elegant English stately home was opened as a health farm spa in 1925 by the celebrated naturopath Stanley Lief, ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Aylesbury (East) (2.74 miles)

** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Only three miles east of Aylesbury, this lodge is adjacent to The Bell village pub & restaurant. ... More | visit website
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West Lodge (2.85 miles)

West Lodge
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 ... More | visit website
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West Lodge Hotel (2.85 miles)

West Lodge Hotel
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 ... More | visit website
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The Queens Head (2.93 miles)

The Queens Head
The Queen's Head is a family friendly pub located in the centre of the village of Long Marston which is approximately three miles from the A41 and six miles from the M1 at Dunstable. We ... More | visit website
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Red Lion Wendover (4.29 miles)

Red Lion Wendover

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 ... More | visit website


Innkeepers Lodge (4.42 miles)

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