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Guidebook for Tring

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Guidebook for Tring

Food Scene
Lovely food and a modern atmosphere. Avoid Friday nights from around 10pm if you don't want to mix with a lively bunch of teenagers!
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The Akeman
9 Akeman St
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Lovely food and a modern atmosphere. Avoid Friday nights from around 10pm if you don't want to mix with a lively bunch of teenagers!
This place is actually a Wine Bar as well as a Coffee Shop. We love to pop by on a rainy weekend afternoon and have some home made dark chocolate or cake with a glass of good Port or a cappuccino!
Jack and Alice Tring
51 High St
This place is actually a Wine Bar as well as a Coffee Shop. We love to pop by on a rainy weekend afternoon and have some home made dark chocolate or cake with a glass of good Port or a cappuccino!
Best fish & chip take away in Town. Nice and crispy battered cod fillets. Love it!
Jamie's Fish and Chips
3 Dolphin Square
Best fish & chip take away in Town. Nice and crispy battered cod fillets. Love it!
Very nice pizzas and mediterranean food as well as Peroni! Book in advance on weekends
Prezzo Italian Restaurant Tring
69 High St
Very nice pizzas and mediterranean food as well as Peroni! Book in advance on weekends
London style coffee shop, very lively and stylish. Good Brunch and Portuguese custard cakes :)
Black Goo Coffee
98 High St
London style coffee shop, very lively and stylish. Good Brunch and Portuguese custard cakes :)
Drinks & Nightlife
Best ales in town. Period! Also serves really good food but my advise is, book in advance as it is usually packed. Be warned this is an old style pub so don't expect the decoration to be up-to-date but on the other hand it is also why it's appealing with open fire places burning on cold days :)
The Kings Arms
Best ales in town. Period! Also serves really good food but my advise is, book in advance as it is usually packed. Be warned this is an old style pub so don't expect the decoration to be up-to-date but on the other hand it is also why it's appealing with open fire places burning on cold days :)
Closest pub to the flat, only a 5min walk towards town centre. You can't miss it! Atmosphere is friendly and they serve very good ale including one of my favourites, London Pride. Worth a try :)
The Robin Hood
1 Brook St
Closest pub to the flat, only a 5min walk towards town centre. You can't miss it! Atmosphere is friendly and they serve very good ale including one of my favourites, London Pride. Worth a try :)
Hidden gem on a back street in iconic Ivinghoe. Great for a pint or two after a walk to Pitstone Windmill, one of the oldest in the country!
The Rose and Crown
Hidden gem on a back street in iconic Ivinghoe. Great for a pint or two after a walk to Pitstone Windmill, one of the oldest in the country!
Great location, great beer and great food in a very nice interior. Highly recommended!
The Greyhound Inn
Great location, great beer and great food in a very nice interior. Highly recommended!
Sightseeing
Tring still retains some of it's medieval buildings and jus of the High Street is the Tring Conservation Area which cottages were build by the Rothschilds.
High Street
Tring still retains some of it's medieval buildings and jus of the High Street is the Tring Conservation Area which cottages were build by the Rothschilds.
Old church, iconic for his tower
Tring Church, Saint Peter & Saint Paul
Old church, iconic for his tower
Parks & Nature
As someone said on Trip Advisor: "One of Tring's hidden gems"
Tring Memorial Gardens
As someone said on Trip Advisor: "One of Tring's hidden gems"
One of the oldest windmills in the country. Very iconic scenery with the Chiltern's Ridgeway as a backdrop.
Pitstone Windmill
One of the oldest windmills in the country. Very iconic scenery with the Chiltern's Ridgeway as a backdrop.
National Trust managed, it's wonderful for walks in it's very dense forests. By the Ashridge monument there's a nice NT coffee shop serving food and hot drinks.
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National Trust, Ashridge Estate
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National Trust managed, it's wonderful for walks in it's very dense forests. By the Ashridge monument there's a nice NT coffee shop serving food and hot drinks.
This was the private estate of Lionel Walter Rothschild. Really nice landscape and great walks, not too intense or demanding.
Tring Park
This was the private estate of Lionel Walter Rothschild. Really nice landscape and great walks, not too intense or demanding.
Lovely views. don't miss it!
Pitstone Hill
3 Stocks Rd
Lovely views. don't miss it!
In April/May this is the place to see the Bluebells in full glory. Avoid weekends if possible as it gets really busy!
Dockey Wood
In April/May this is the place to see the Bluebells in full glory. Avoid weekends if possible as it gets really busy!
Amazing views!
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Ivinghoe Beacon
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Amazing views!
Amazing views and a very nice National Trust Coffee Shop. Good place to fly kites :)
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Dunstable Downs
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Amazing views and a very nice National Trust Coffee Shop. Good place to fly kites :)
Arts & Culture
Lots of old agricultural and manufacturing artefacts that relate to the local history
Pitstone Green Museum
Lots of old agricultural and manufacturing artefacts that relate to the local history
Lionel Walter Rothschild was a rich, eccentric and determined character who dedicated his life to the study of animals. His private collection formed the foundation of the Museum at Tring. In 1892, at 24 years old, Walter opened his museum to the public. It remains one of the largest private natural history collections ever assembled. Today it retains its unique Victorian character, including its original floor-to-ceiling, glass-fronted hardwood and iron cases. The 4,000 specimens on public display are still arranged in taxonomic order, classified into related groups, just as they were in Walter’s lifetime.
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Natural History Museum at Tring
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Lionel Walter Rothschild was a rich, eccentric and determined character who dedicated his life to the study of animals. His private collection formed the foundation of the Museum at Tring. In 1892, at 24 years old, Walter opened his museum to the public. It remains one of the largest private natural history collections ever assembled. Today it retains its unique Victorian character, including its original floor-to-ceiling, glass-fronted hardwood and iron cases. The 4,000 specimens on public display are still arranged in taxonomic order, classified into related groups, just as they were in Walter’s lifetime.
Shopping
Very nice food store.
M&S Tring Simply Food
Very nice food store.
All you can expect to find for food and drinks
Tesco Superstore
All you can expect to find for food and drinks