We have four twin en-suite rooms with Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
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Type Pub B&B
£99 - £119 per room per night
Recently refurbished, The Greyhound proudly maintains those traditions of warm hospitality with the addition of the 21st Century luxuries that you would expect from a Gastro Pub Hotel.
The Greyhound Inn has been a focal point in Chalfont St Peter since the 14th Century, set on the London Road and beside the River Misbourne. For more than 600 years, this grade 2 listed Coaching Inn has been providing superb hospitality and refreshment to weary travellers and villagers alike.
All 12 guest rooms are equipped with internet access (fibre optic Wi-Fi) and Satellite TV and all benefit from modern en-suite bathrooms.
Located in the pretty village of Chalfont St Peter, just 5 miles from the M25 and the M40, The Greyhound is an ideal place to break your journey and enjoy our hospitality. Our newly refurbished restaurant specializes in fresh English and Continental dishes offering an innovative new menu, designed by Savoy trained Head Chef Nana Akuffo.
Nana spent 8 years under the tutelage of the celebrated Anton Edelmann at the Savoy. Whether you choose a sandwich, or a full dinner, his input and attention to detail will ensure that you taste the freshness of the ingredients and the expertise that has gone into the preparation.
The atmospheric bar with its flagstone floor and original timbered ceiling is a major attraction of the hotel and social hub of the village, ideal for meeting friends, pre-dinner drinks or watching sporting events.
In short, whilst we have transformed The Greyhound and brought our standards and image bang up to date, the enduring character of this beautiful piece of history, has not been compromised….. Come and see for yourself, we think you will agree.
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