Cheap Hotels in Chesham
Hotels in Chesham
Chesham's position in the middle of an Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty makes the village feel smart and neat. It's traditionally known for four things: boots, beer, brushes and Baptists. This refers to Chesham's long-standing manufacturing industries and numerous local churches.
Things to do in Chesham
At Chesham Moor Gym & Swim, you can have a go at more than just the treadmill and treading water. The leisure centre has tennis courts, Thai boxing, yoga and Aqua Zumba.
On a walk around town, you may recognise some of the sights and buildings. Chesham has been used several times for filming TV drama Midsomer Murders.
The town borders the Chilterns, the local name for the Chiltern Hills. They cover four counties and have over 1,200 miles of public footpaths to explore.
Enjoy the views on the Chesham Outer Ring Walk, a circular route skirting the town. The whole walk covers almost eight miles, and there are sections where you can head back early if you'd prefer a shorter stroll.
Getting to London
At the end of the Metropolitan line, Chesham Underground station is in zone nine despite being entirely in Buckinghamshire. It sits on its own branch of the line, and the almost four-mile distance to the next station is the longest of the whole network.
Travelling to central London takes roughly an hour.
Every year, hundreds of people gather for the Chesham Arts Festival. It includes music, dance and speech, and younger performers can win bursaries and sponsorship. BURYFields is the town's ‘Glastonbury', an event which also celebrates comedy.
The community-run Chesham Museum holds over 700 photos of the area. It also runs drop-in craft days – just turn up and let the kids make and play.
Food and drink
The centre of town is packed with restaurants, catering to every taste and budget. Opt for Thai, Chinese or Indian, burgers, fish and chips or fried chicken, all within a five-minute walk of the Underground station.
In the Chilterns area, there's a big emphasis on local produce. The region boasts vineyards and breweries, farm shops and more. The nearest farm shop to Chesham is Chiltern Ridge, a family-run business which is also a B&B.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Chesham
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Chesham?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Chesham are De Vere Latimer Estate and Chartridge Lodge.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Chesham?The lowest price for a double room in Chesham is £63.
If I want to stay in the center of Chesham, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Chesham, you can consider staying at Chartridge Lodge and De Vere Latimer Estate.
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