If you re looking for a hotel with character near Tring and the Chiltern Hills, this charming 19th century lodge, nestled in the ancient Aylesbury village of Weston Turville, is a great place to stay.
In the 1800s, local farmers tethered their horses to the fence of the pub while they popped inside for a drink. Back then there was barely enough room for four tables. These days, guests can enjoy much more spacious surroundings, which combine all the rustic charms of the original old English inn together with plenty of 21st century comforts.
Upstairs there are 16 modern rooms while the pub, among the cosiest around, is the perfect spot to enjoy a few heart-warming drinks and some fresh, seasonally inspired food.
You ll find the village near Aston Clinton and Aylesbury, just down the road from the renaissance-style splendour of Waddesdon Manor. Nearby, you can venture into the hills along the famous Icknield Way or relive the glories of the age of steam at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre.
By road directions From the M25, exit at Junction 20 and take the A41 north towards Hemel Hempstead. Continue on the A41 towards Aylesbury for around 12 miles as far as Aston Clinton. Turn left onto the B4544 to Weston Turville where you will find the Lodge on the left in Main Street.
By rail and air directions The closest station is Stoke Madeville with a five minute connection to Aylesbury. Aylesbury station has a 55 minute connection to London Marylebone. Luton Airport is two miles off the M1 junction 10.
You can check in from 15:00. You need to check out by 12:00.