The Bull Hotel
Buckinghamshire, Gerrards Cross,
The Bull at Gerrards Cross predates the village itself, having been an inn since 1688 on what was once a major coaching route from London to Oxford (now the A40).
The Bull Hotel was recently refurbished and still retains many of the features from when it was a stagecoach halt and haunt of highwaymen. It has 150 air conditioned en suite rooms, including some adapted for disabled guests. The Bull is an ideal place to hold a function, having 9 meeting rooms and extra syndicate rooms accommodating up 200 delegates.
There are a variety of eating venues to choose from at the Bull, the Beeches which serves modern European cuisine or the sunny Conservatory Lounge overlooking the terrace and gardens offering drinks and light meals. Join the locals and enjoy the village atmosphere and some special beers in Jack Shrimpton's bar, named after a notorious highwayman who robbed travellers on the Oxford Road.
Gerrards Cross is a popular residential area because it has a lovely rural location yet is within easy reach of London. You are within a few miles of the M25 London ring road from where you can access sights such as Hampton Court, Windsor, Thorpe Park and horse racing at Ascot.