Chequers Inn Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Wooburn Common, Buckinghamshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Kiln Lane Wooburn Common
Wooburn Common
HP10 0JQ

Chequers Inn Hotel, Wooburn Common

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Steeped in history, the Chequers Inn, built in 17th century is full of charm and Style. Oak posts and beams, flagstone floors, snug on a winters evening, bright and sunny on a summers day.Only 24 miles from London, just waiting for your visit.

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