Red Lion

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Red Lion Lodge Hotel, Kings Walden Road

Red Lion, Offley

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Welcome to the Red Lion, Offley, The Red Lion is a traditional village pub in Offley, Hertfordshire providing quality Bed and Breakfast, a traditional restaurant, cosy atmosphere, a fine selection of real ales, garden overlooking beautiful countryside and above all a warm and friendly welcome. As well as a fantastic pub and restaurant, we provide good value accommodation within easy reach of Luton airport.Bed and Breakfastnear to Luton Airport and the Chilterns, If you are looking for excellent value bed and breakfast accommodation within easy reach of Luton International Airport and walking in the Chilterns, you need look no further than the Red Lion at Offley.

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