The Greyhound Inn
We've missed you!
We cannot wait to welcome you back to the Greyhound Inn! We will be re-opening at 12pm on Saturday 4th July, so BOOK NOW!
We've been working incredibly hard behind the scenes to put measures in place to ensure everyone's safety. Please click here for information on our Covid-19 safety measures. Our promises mean you will be able to enjoy some well-earned time in our pubs, while still being safe.
Please note the hotel will be closed until further notice.
Used as a courtroom for judge Jefferies during the reign of King Charles!
A gatehouse for the bustling, vibrant village of Chalfont St Peter, originally an Anglo Saxon settlement that registers in William the Conqueror's Doomsday Book of 1086.
The Greyhound Inn has always been a place for weary travellers to quench their thirst and sate their appetite and to spend the night in comfort and peace
Learn About Our History
People have been meeting at the Greyhound Inn since the reign of King Charles!
We have 12 wonderful bedrooms perfect for an overnight business stay or a weekend to explore the beautiful local countryside.
Events & Celebrations
We have space to accommodate groups of up to 80 guests for private parties, sit down family meals, wakes and more.