En-suite bedroom with double bed, suitable for two adults. Includes all bedding, wall mounted flat screen digital television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, blackout curtains, work desk & chair, hairdryer and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
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Type Pub B&B
From £80 per room per night
A charming 18th Century Inn with stone floors, open fires and big leather sofas set across from the picturesque village green of Chipperfield in Hertfordshire.
The archetypal English country pub, guests often take in Sunday lunch at the Hotel after a walk on Chipperfield Common, or enjoy a drink and watch a local cricket game on the village green.
The Two Brewers is just minutes from the M25 and has 20 en suite bedrooms, all with the comforts you would expect from a quality hotel. The hotel has a renowned Chef & Brewer restaurant, as well as meeting facilities for up to 14 people.
• Room Service
• Wheelchair Access
• Free Wi-Fi
• Flat-screen digital TV
• Free Parking
• Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
Up to two Children under the age of 16 sharing a room with adults stay free of charge subject to the availability of a suitable room. Cots are available at no extra charge.
Please note prices are subject to change and just a guide price.
Disabled en-suite bedroom with king size bed and double sofa bed, suitable for two adults and two children aged 16 and under. Includes all bedding, wall mounted flat screen digital television, telephone, tea & coffee making facilities, blackout curtains, work desk & chair, hairdryer and free unlimited Wi-Fi.
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