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De Vere Latimer Estate (Hotel)

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Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, the De Vere Latimer Estate Hotel offers contemporary standards of luxury and elegance in a setting that pays tribute to the original character of the estate. Seamlessly matching contemporary sophistication with traditional charm, its accommodation is equally well suited to weddings and events, as well as casual and business travel.

What makes a stay at De Vere Latimer Estate unique?

Whether dining in the stylishly refurbished restaurant, the bar or the pretty courtyard, guests will discover exciting menus that showcase the very best locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients. For a relaxing coffee or a delicious pastry or cake, Burr & Co, the hotel's in-house coffee shop is the place to go.

What are the rooms and facilities on offer at De Vere Latimer Estate?

Latimer Estate has 205 bedrooms, spread over 3 buildings. The Mansion House has 103 rooms, with a mixture of 70 superior rooms, 27 deluxe rooms, 5 junior suites & 1 master suite. Fully refurbished, the luxuriously appointed Deluxe rooms combine Victorian architecture with contemporary style. The guest rooms all make an ideal base for work or leisure. These rooms are situated on the ground and first floor of the Waterhouse or Mews buildings, just a short walk from the Mansion House. Please be aware that there is no lift access, room service or bar facilities in these buildings.

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Chesham area?

Guests who love quirky shops & soaking up a bit of local history will feel at home in Amersham. They can wander among beautiful half-timbered houses & lose themselves in stories of the Lollard martyrs. Bekonscot Model Village is the world's oldest model village, and it has been a favourite for over 80 years. It has plenty to keep everyone entertained. Warner Brothers Studio Tours - The Making of Harry Potter is a must for any Potter fan. It's a magical day out that takes visitors behind the scenes to show you how the incredible films are made. The tour is packed with original sets, creatures, props & costumes.

Where can guests enjoy food and drink?

The 1838 Restaurant, located in the Mansion House, offers exciting and inspired menus to suit all tastes, using only the very best, locally-sourced produce. The restaurant's stunning glass ceiling floods the room with light during the day, and brings a romantic atmosphere in the evenings. Outside in the courtyard, guests can enjoy lunch or dinner in the open, with elegant planting and clever lighting creating a truly memorable atmosphere. For drinks before dinner, a social gathering with friends, or a quiet nightcap at the end of a great evening, the Huntley Bar is the perfect fit. During the daytime, afternoon tea is available in the stylish Library Bar.

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Free WiFi


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Facilities & Information


Child Friendly

Dog/Pet friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)


Swimming pool


Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Bicycling, Cycling


Bars, Cafes & Other

Conference & Meetings


Civil Licences



Wedding Receptions, Civil Licenses

Other Games & Sports


Recommended walks

Golf course (walking distance)

Extra info

Closed Times: 23rd Dec - 27th Dec & 1st Jan - 7th Jan 2019

Nearest Airport: London Heathrow Airport

Nearest Airport Distance (in miles): 15

Nearest Train Station: Chalfont & Latimer

Nearest Railway Time: 10 minutes

Nearest Railway Distance: 2

Amex: Yes

Delta: Yes

Mastercard: Yes

MaestroSwitch: Yes

Visa: Yes

Solo: Yes

Number of rooms: 205

Single room price from: £99.00

Single room price to: £159.00

Double twin room price from: £99.00

Double twin room price to: £159.00

Suite room price from: £250.00

Suite room price to: £400.00


01494 840962
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Church Lane, Latimer, Chesham, Buckinghamshire, CheshamHP5 1UG, United Kingdom

Five miles from Junction 18 of the M25 and close to Heathrow and Luton Airports and the Metropolitan line into central London

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