The Greyhound Inn - Chalfont St Peter51.60808, -0.55593
The Greyhound Inn is rated 3 stars and is placed about 7 km from Watersmeet. The hotel represents original architecture in Chalfont St Peter.
The venue is 6 km away from Chorleywood. Set within a 10-minute walking distance from Chalfont St Peter city center.
London Heathrow airport is situated within a 25-minute drive from The Greyhound Inn.
Luxury rooms feature satellite TV, climate control, Wi-Fi, a dressing area and IDD phone. For more comfort a bathtub, a shower and free toiletries are provided.
Eat & Drink
The innovative restaurant serves European meals in an informal atmosphere. Guests can unwind in the Atmospheric bar with a favourite drink. Servring a selection of food Spice and Delhi Spice are placed a 5-minute walk away.
The Greyhound Inn provides guests with 24-hour front desk and newspaper service.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 12.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Newspaper service
- Bar/ Lounge area
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Free toiletries
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
the food is fantastic, and although the Greyhound doesnt loook much from the outside, it has been tastefully renovated on the inside.
Unfortunately customer service is severely lacking. The receptionist seemed very put out when we arrived and proceeded to tell us about the resident ghost (thanks for that, I made my husband sleep with the light on all night!). We had to find somebody to serve us breakfast in the morning and again can only apologise for the disturbance. And lastly we had 6 drinks, which we hadn't drunk, added to our bill. Nice hotel, nice food, shame the staff let it down.
very relaxed atmosphere, pleasant staff, with old world charm, on the edge of town , close to railway station, set in an ancient village, good value.
The location was perfect for our needs. Nice pub and good evening meals although expensive.
Room very small for more than a one night stay with no storage facilities apart from a very small wardrobe - not one drawer in the room.
I have stayed here previously, but this time it stood out for the quality of the food whici was considerably better than before, I would recommend it as a food venue to friends in the area.
I arrived at 7.30 and found it difficult to park as the car park was full of customers for the bar. Keepint a couple of spaces for residents maight help.
The girls at the desk were very friendly and helpful.
The room had stained rugs that were pealing and curled up. Cleanliness was not apparent.
Excelent place with charming spirit. Kind and friendly staff. Comfortable and clean rooms. Good cousine and wine.
Poor rooms and very noisy from bar till v late
Bed far too hard, very uncomfortable
None descriptions of above due to problems. Could have been family, countryside and business. Best points - good points. Easily found location. Bar and restuarent nicely refurbished. Pleasant outdoor area. Bedroom and bathroom were comfortable. Decor was quite good but not completed. Bar food was good quality. Restuarent food was very good. Breakfast was adequate but limited choice. Gentleman who we presume was manager or landlord was very polite, attentive and good.
Some of refurbishment of bedroom and bathroom not completed. Windows not done. Tissue stuffed in cracks to stop draught and noise. Old dirty bath mat/shower mat left littering bathroom. Faulty plumbing.... Old tatty cushion with threads pulled left in room. Some of young staff were good and attentive but others were less satisfactory. Several were lounging around drinking in public areas and outside (and smoking) mid morning e.g. at about 10:30. May have been friends of staff but it did not give a good impression. Also a bar man and we believe the chef were arguing and one at least was heard swearing whilst we were having breakfast. he chiller units were very noisy and clearly audible at night until well gone 1:00 am. We would recommend it at a place to eat but not as somewhere to stay until problems are addressed. We have stayed in dozens of inns for weekend breaks over the last three years and regrettably The Greyhound at present in the bottom three or four. It has great potential and some aspects are good. Great pity it was let down by the above.
Excellent breakfast and room facilities
Staff did not know details of breakfast times for the following morning at check in, no information in the room either. Thought it was a joking matter, poor attitude.
Breakfast inclued with a reasonable price.
Difficult to find since the location was just before the roundabout. Breakfast was good but did not start 7AM sharp and it took time to prepare the food.
The room wasn't very clean and the room wasn't serviced very well while we were their.Room was extremely hot and the bathroom was like a sauna as you couldn't turn off the towel rail. The shower head was very badly scaled up and required a good clean.
The Greyhound Inn has a traditional Inn experience with clean rooms, friendly staff and an excellent restaurant. The Bar area is open and the locals are mainly younger clients who use it as a base before going out to night clubs, etc. This enhances to experience.
The size of the room was good, high ceilings etc.
I got very little sleep during my stay. The hotel was very noisy in the evenings. They had music very loudly in the bar until very late. The pub allowed its patrons to be in the courtyard until after 1am on a week night shouting and carrying on. The food in the restaurant was very priced.
It is a basic pub; pleasingly ancient but with modern attributes like loud football on the pub TV
it is one of those places where the Hotel Inspector would have had a field day