The Kings Lodge Hotel

Historic Inn in Kings Langley, Buckinghamshire

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Bridge Road
Kings Langley
Buckinghamshire
England
WD4 8RF

The Kings Lodge Hotel, Kings Langley

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Accommodation Description:

An elegant Hotel dating back to the 17th Century for Business guests or the Independant travellerThe restaurant offers a traditional Homecooked English menu from local produce and a well stocked bar with Real Ales and an extensive wine listIn the winter the two large open fires create that relaxing atmosphere whilst feeling the history of the Kings Lodge

 3 star rating

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