Chorleywood in Hertfordshire was once given the epithet of ‘the happiest town in England’ for its friendly community, low unemployment and crime rates, as well as its picturesque parks and open spaces. The well kept gardens and tree-lined streets of Chorleywood give away its status as a highly sought after commuter haven, which is particularly popular with City workers looking to balance suburban tranquillity with easy access to London.
The village has a distinctly British atmosphere, with its large common and Cricket ground overlooked by the spire of the parish church and frequent fetes and events held throughout the summer months, it is every inch the traditional parish settlement.
Offering a high quality of life, friendly atmosphere and beautiful surroundings, Chorleywood offers the rare opportunity to experience real village life just a short journey from the centre of London.
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Chorleywood is a prime commuter location and therefore offers a selection of accommodation, from self-contained studios to luxury apartments. The property you choose will depend on the number of guests as well as your location requirements and the duration of your stay. For an extended stay or working trip, serviced apartments offer unrivalled value whilst providing you with all the comforts of home.
Our range of properties are specifically selected for discerning clients who expect a high standard of comfort, with luxury furnishing and impeccable interiors. We can offer luxury corporate housing within easy reach of the town’s amenities, complete with all mod cons, such as WiFi and air conditioning, as well as fully equipped kitchens to ensure true self-catering. Whatever the purpose of your stay, we can find the right place to ensure you enjoy every moment of your stay.
Being so close to the capital, Chorleywood is a great base from which to explore some of the best sites and cultural experiences the UK has to offer. It's also a great location for exploring countryside trails and heritage properties. Colne Valley regional park is a tranquil, wooded wildlife area with lakes and rivers which is very popular with walkers and cyclists. Likewise, Ruislip woods offer great places to walk and enjoy nature. Chenies Manor House is open to the public and features gardens & mazes, a dungeon and the parish church. The town itself has a fantastic collection of traditional pubs and restaurants, offering a range of cuisines, as well as a nearby farm shop selling local produce.
One of Chorleywood’s best features is its transport links to major UK cities, which mean there are infinite options when planning a shopping trip. The village itself features a fairly typical selection of shops - an independent bookshop, sport shop and a handful of charity stores. The nearest shopping centre is intu Watford, just a twenty minute drive or bus ride away.
Chorleywood lives up to its reputation as a premiere commuter haven with excellent transport links into both London and the surrounding Hertfordshire towns.
Getting around in Chorleywood village itself is simply a case of walking or cycling to wherever you wish to go. There are of course regular bus routes to the surrounding towns, with excellent connections to nearby High Wycombe and Watford. Alternatively, the town is served by several taxi firms, providing a convenient way to reach nearby destinations.
Chorleywood station is in London Zone 7, and therefore covered by the Oyster card payment system. Most of the trains are operated by London underground on the Metropolitan line, which is arguably what gives Chorleywood the edge over other similar commuter towns. Heading away from the city, the station is also served by Chiltern railways, which runs services towards Buckinghamshire.