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Welcome to Bedford Arms Hotel

Address: Chenies, Rickmansworth, WD3 6EQ

Hotel Description

Recently refurbished in a traditional English style, this charming country house hotel is located in the quiet, peaceful Chiltern village of Chenies, just 10 minutes from the M25 motorway. Originally built in 1860, the Bedford Arms is an attractive Elizabethan-style inn that was once owned by the Duke of Bedford. There are 18 beautifully appointed en suite rooms, all of which have satellite TV and high quality toiletries and bathroom products. 10 of the bedrooms are individually designed and decorated in a traditional style, reflecting the hotel's historic past. There are also 8 new stylish and contemporary rooms. These include 2 spacious four-poster suites, one of which has a jacuzzi. Most of the bedrooms have wonderful views of either the hotel gardens or the surrounding Chiltern countryside. Free wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel. The hotel has 2 bars and a beautiful oak-panelled restaurant. The restaurant offers a traditional menu and has recently received an AA Rosette award for the outstanding preparation of its food and the good quality of the ingredients it uses. Free on-site parking is available for guests.

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Moor Park Golf Course - Rickmansworth - Golf

Moor Park Golf Course - Rickmansworth - Golf

Distance 3.11 miles (4.98 km)
Playing golf at Moor Park will be both a memorable and an enjoyable experience. We have two fantastic courses on offer and you will find they are kept in magnificent condition by our dedicated grounds staff. The High course has hosted both professional tournaments and EGU national events and every four years we host the Carris Trophy. Both courses offer spectacular views of the mansion and the estate. Moor Park Golf Club has excellent facilities; Premier golf course within the M25, Less than 10 minutes from both Junctions 17 & 18 and Host to the Carris Trophy in 2001.

Harewood Downs Golf Club - Chalfont St Giles - Golf

Harewood Downs Golf Club - Chalfont St Giles - Golf

Distance 3.34 miles (5.35 km)
Harewood Downs Golf Club is situated in "The Chalfonts" close to the market town of Amersham in rural Buckinghamshire. The Golf Club is easily accessible being in close proximity to the M40, M25 & M1 motorways. This fine mature golf course was built in the early 1900s on chalk downlands and winds through undulating parkland. It has a wonderful variety of trees and extensive scenic views over the tranquil Misbourne valley and rolling Chiltern Hills which enhance a quality golfing experience. The Golf Club welcomes all types of members whether single figure handicaps or those just starting the game.

Amersham and Wycombe College - Amersham Campus - University

Amersham and Wycombe College - Amersham Campus - University

Distance 3.87 miles (6.19 km)
Amersham and Wycombe College is a higher education college based in London. It is honored with a Beacon rank for ESOL and the College is authorized by Investors in people. The College has over 2,000 full-time and around 5,000 part-time students. The College offers various courses and few of them include Community Education, Computing and IT, Construction and Technology, Art and Design, Engineering, Media and e-Media, Business Management, Music, Health and Social Care, and Language courses.

Watford Football Club - Football Club

Watford Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.32 miles (6.91 km)
The ground has had both ends re-developed during the 1990's along with the front of the Rous stand. Both ends are large single tiered stands, with some strange looking floodlights perched on the roof. There is just one side that lets the ground down. The East Stand is a mish mash of a couple of old stands and an open seated area in one corner. Otherwise there is a vast improvement from the Vicarage Road of old. Away supporters used to have a long walk to the away end as you had to walk around some allotments. However this is no longer the case, as away fans are now housed in the Vicarage Road Stand, at the opposite end of the ground.