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Cheap Hotels in Tring

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Cow Lane
1 Mile from the centre

Near Tring Local History Museum

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per night from £189
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Chesham Road
2.2 Miles from the centre

In the historical district

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per night from £470
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Wellbrook House Hotel

Brook Street

Near Tring Local History Museum

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per night from £65
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The Greyhound Wigginton Hotel

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Chesham Road
1.2 Miles from the centre

Near Natural History Museum at Tring

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per night from £75
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The Greyhound Inn Aldbury Hotel

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19 Stocks Road, Aldbury
2.5 Miles from the centre

Near Ashridge Golf Club

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per night from £95
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Hotels in Tring

Nestled in a gap between the Chiltern Hills, Tring is an important market town on the train line between London and Birmingham. It was once a settlement on a Roman road, and the Rothschild family lived here in the late 19th century. Tring is now firmly part of London's commuter belt, linked to the M25 by the Tring Bypass.

Things to do

A branch of London's Natural History Museum has been established in Tring since 1937. It's the site of the main collection of birds, and runs Toddler Tuesdays for families to enjoy.

The town also has its own Local History Museum, charting the development of Tring from prehistoric times to the present day.

Around 20 minutes by car from Tring, the Harry Potter Experience at Warner Bros. Studios is not to be missed by magic fans. Iconic props and costumes are on display, and you can even visit Diagon Alley.

Nature and countryside

Tring is almost completely surrounded by green spaces, and is next to the Grand Union Canal. Transport connections in the area mean that Tring hotels are well served for ways to get out and explore.

The east end of the High Street is where you'll find Tring Memorial Gardens. They're in the grounds of the old Tring Park manor, built by Christopher Wren.

At College Lake Nature Reserve, water birds and other wildlife can often be seen. Huddle up in a bird hide and see how many different species you can spot. A Time Trail walking route around the reserve is ideal for a first visit – follow the ammonite markers.

From Tring, it's easy to get to Whipsnade Zoo. The drive takes about half an hour. The zoo has daily events, including sealion shows and penguin feeding time. If it's raining, head for the indoor ‘chimpnasium' or the gift shop.

Restaurants in Tring

Many eateries in the area have a stylish atmosphere. The rustic design and exposed brick at The Akerman, for example, creates more of a homely ambience.

The Michelin Guide has recommended the Old Mill in nearby Berkhamsted for great value for money. It sits right on the canal – and the water wheel still turns. On the menu, you'll find pub favourites like sausage and mash, breaded scampi, and steak.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Tring

What are the best hotels to stay in Tring?

Pendley Manor and Champneys Tring are some of the popular hotels in Tring.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Tring?

The cheapest price for a double room in Tring is £189, offered by Pendley Manor.

What hotels are in the central Tring neighborhood?

The best hotels near the center of Tring are Pendley Manor and Champneys Tring.

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