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Cheap Hotels in Gerrards Cross

Rioshouse George-Inn Hotel

137 High Street Chalfont St Peter
per night from £99
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

The Bull Hotel

90
2784 reviews by TrustYou
Oxford Road
0.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £142
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

Hotels in Gerrards Cross

The village of Gerrards Cross, in South Buckinghamshire, is just on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. It's very popular with commuters to London, and is only 14 miles from Heathrow Airport. You may also have seen or heard Gerrards Cross before in film, TV and music. Stanley Kubrick used several houses in his 1962 movie Lolita.

Ignore the lyrics in Jethro Tull's 1978 song – it's never too late to stop for tea at Gerrards Cross. With 4-star and luxury chalet options, the choice of Gerrards Cross hotels is attractively upmarket. If you're staying self-catering, you're well served by the big chain supermarkets along the high street.

Sightseeing

Take a British Heritage bespoke sightseeing tour around the local area. Tours typically run for a full day. You can visit St Hubert's House, a Grade II listed property used in TV shows such as The Professionals and Inspector Morse.

Near the middle of the village, Bulstrode Park Camp is protected land and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Chilterns. The park was a fortified camp during the Iron Age, and is now known for the diverse, impressive range of trees.

Family fun

At Brawlings Farm Riding Centre, which is at nearby Chalfont St Peter, kids aged four and over can ride a pony or horse. It's approved by the British Horse Society for its riding school and pony club.

The Odeon cinema in Gerrards Cross shows films in 2D and 3D. With a wide range of movies showing at any one time, there's something for all the family.

It's a short walk away from the Chalfont Leisure Centre, where you can swim, cycle, or try something new like fencing or rollerblading. The impressive accessibility of the leisure centre is a key draw – there's even a hoist in and out of the pool.

Getting out and about

Regular services from Gerrards Cross train station get you to London Marylebone in about 25 minutes. They go to Bicester and High Wycombe in the other direction. Some trains call at Wembley Stadium, which is useful on match days and for events.

If you fancy a drive, the village is no more than ten minutes by car from both the M40 and the M25. This convenience for commuters also makes it easy for holidaymakers to get to Oxford, the Midlands and the north of England.

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