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The Bedford Arms Hotel is situated in the village of Chenies. The Village was known as Isenhampstead until the middle of the 13th century, when it became known as Chenies from the Cheyne family who occupied the Manor until the 16th century.The hotel building dates for the most part from 1842. It was converted from a house to a hotel in the 1930's and was a small eating house and bar rather than a hotel. In 1957 the restaurant was moved to it's current position. The hotel was frequently used by the Russel family who later acquired Woburn Abbey.There are eighteen bedrooms, ten of which are individually designed and decorated in a traditional style and eight new contemporary designed bedrooms.There are two four-poster suites one with a Jacuzzi, sixteen double bedrooms including one purpose built disabled bedroom. Twin and family rooms and also a cot is available on request. The majority of bedrooms have wonderful views of either the hotel gardens or the Chiltern countryside.Room Service is available during breakfast, lunchtime and dinner.
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This establishment can not make up its mind whether it is a pub or restaurant. It is average at both and is definitely over priced for what it offers. Better in the summer with quite nice garden There are far better local places for beer...More
We needed somewhere to meet an Italian visitor who was flying into Heathrow in the morning and out again in the afternoon. We stayed over the night before and used the Chess Room for our meeting. It is a private dining room and the staff...More
My first ever negative review on Trip Advisor....Thoroughly offended and frankly disgusted that my friend who was breast feeding discreetly was asked by the manager (I believe his name is Andrew) to either cover up or go and feed in the toilets. The manager should...More
My wife and I enjoyed a lovely short stay in a superior room and had a superb dinner (really good steak) and some very nice wines. The staff were friendly and attentive and very welcoming. Service overall was very good. The hotel is very traditional,...More
We couldn’t find fault with any aspect of our one night stay here. The staff were excellent, rooms were large, clean, well appointed and with great country views. The food at both dinner and breakfast was first class. The fillet steak, although over £30, was...More
Well we were very impressed with the refurb and they couldn't have been more helpful when we had our wedding reception there despite the fact we didn't actually tell them that was what it was. They bent over backwards for... More
Well we were very impressed with the refurb and they couldn't have been more helpful when we had our wedding reception there despite the fact we didn't actually tell them that was what it was. They bent over backwards for us. I haven't been back since but my husband has been a couple of times for dinner and was still just as impressed.
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