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A village and civil parish in the Three Rivers District, Chorleywood is in the far southwest of the county on the border with Buckinghamshire, approximately 32 kilometres (20 miles) northwest of Charing Cross.

Fun fact: Chorleywood was named the “happiest place” to live in the UK by the University of Oxford in a study in 2004.



Restaurants, Cafés, Gastropubs, and Bars

When it comes to restaurants in Chorleywood, there are so many different types of cuisines to choose from. You’ve got Herons, an international, European, and British restaurant. Mezze Mangal is a Turkish restaurant. Sujoy Tandoori is an Indian and Balti restaurant.

In need a nice coffee break with a sweet treat? Morgan's Deli and Rootz Coffee are ready for you.

When you’re in the mood for a good meal and a drink, there are many gastropubs for you to dive into. There is Rose and Crown, the Black Horse, the Gate, the Stag, and the White Horse all in Chorleywood waiting for you.

After a long and exhausting day, it is nice to be able to go to a safe space full of laughs. The Land of Liberty, Peace and Plenty is a bar and club in Chorleywood.




Landmarks and Activities

When it comes to sports clubs, you’ve got a range to choose from. You can try out Chorleywood Cricket Club, Chorleywood Golf Club, and Chorleywood Lawn Tennis Club.

The Christ Church in Chorleywood is a stunning church which has gorgeous grounds. Even if you’re not a christian, it’s defiantly worth a visit.







Green Spaces

There are so many green spaces to explore in Chorleywood. Chorleywood House Estate is a beautiful garden with ponds, flowers, trees, grass, and footpaths; perfect for a stroll. If you go down to the woodlands you’ll find Carpenters Wood and Philipshill Wood.

Chorleywood Common is a nature reserve prepped with a horse track, golf course, footpaths, walks, and accessible dog bins.





Chorleywood Primary School, Christ Church Chorleywood Church of England School, and the Russell School teaches children from 3-11 years old.
Rickmansworth School, Saint Clement Danes School, and Saint Joan of Arc Catholic School are all academy converters which educate 11-18 year olds.

When it comes to close universities in the area, you have quite a few to choose from. There’s Brunel University London, Harrow College Uxbridge College (HCUC), and West Herts College. Are you really into your films and TV? The National Film and Television School (NFTS) is just around the corner!

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