Rye View Lodge

Bed and Breakfast in Chepping, Buckinghamshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

2 Stuart Road
HP13 6AG

Rye View Lodge, Chepping

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Accommodation Description:

This stylish new Lodge on the edge of the town centre, in a conservation area near the train station, well located for the Eden shoppig centre, restaurants and leisure facilities. Ideally placed for the nearby business parks, Rye View Lodge is modern and comfortable. Our facilities are all high standard with out the high prices.

Special weekend rates. We are proud to say we set the standard in guest accommodation. Whether business or pleasure, your stay at Rye View Lodge will have you coming back.

Our guests return to us time and again.

 3 star rating

From: £107.00

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