The Greyhound Inn

Inn in Aldbury, Hertfordshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

19 Stocks Road, nr Tring
HP23 5RT

The Greyhound Inn, Aldbury

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We are a small, family-run country hotel with eight ensuite rooms. Our guests at the Greyhound Inn, enjoy the benefits of having one of the top local restaurants on the premises. So, after a day visiting local attractions or an energetic walk in the countryside, you can return to savour the delights of our top chef, Damian Ng.

Fresh produce is guaranteed so you can enjoy the perfect meal to help you relax at days end.

Looking for a quintessentially English village within easy reach of the capital? A village where the pace of life is relaxed and gentle - far removed from your hectic London lifestyle? Where better place to visit for a weekend break or a relaxing Sunday lunch than The Greyhound Inn at Aldbury. Overlooking the delightful duck pond and ancient stocks, you'll find a stay at this historic former coaching inn will help you unwind the moment you cross the threshold. Our staff go out of their way to make you feel at home, whether your stay is just for one night or a week long holiday.

We are open all year, indeed, in wintertime the inglenook fireplace in the public bar is piled high with blazing logs - nothing could be more romantic.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00

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