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Built in 1688, The Bull Hotel is a former coaching inn set in Gerrards Cross in Buckinghamshire, 25 minutes by train from London Marylebone. The hotel faces the village common and is within walking distance of the high street, "in the heart of south Bucks celebrity belt" (The Guardian), which has been home to the likes of Paul Daniels, Noel Gallagher, Cilla Black and Ozzy Osbourne.
It's five minutes' walk from Bulstrode Park -- home to a Grade II-listed Tudor-style mansion. If the weather prohibits a cross-country walk, head to the Everyman Cinema, where you can lounge on velvet sofas and nibble antipasti during film showings. It's around 10 minutes' walk, or a minute or so in a taxi.
Chenies Manor House, a Grade I-listed Tudor mansion, is a 20-minute drive away and has "delightful gardens" (The AA) and striking architectural features like its 22 chiseled red chimneys. Hughenden Manor -- previously the country pile of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli -- is in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and takes 25 minutes by car.
The Bull Hotel has a conservatory lounge overlooking "attractive" (The AA) grounds. There's a garden terrace, and the AA-Rosette-awarded Beeches Restaurant, which uses freshly picked herbs and produce sourced from local farms. Sunday carvery lunches are accompanied by live jazz. The Jack Shrimpton Bar, named after the 17th-century highwayman who frequented the tavern, stocks real ales from local microbreweries.
Bedrooms have contemporary décor and vary in size. Executive Rooms are more spacious and have air conditioning, a mini bar and a seating area. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
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