Aldbury village near Tring in Hertfordshire is set on the edge of the National Trust's Ashridge estate, surrounded by glorious Chilterns countryside.
This picturesque village is steeped in history and retains it's ancient stocks next to the village pond. The village sits in the shadow of the steep hills of the Asridge estate and the Bridgewater Monument built in honour of Lord Bridgewater, architect of the Grand Union canal and former Lord of the Manor of Aldbury.
There are two excellent pubs in Aldbury, The Valiant Trooper and The Greyhound Inn.
Last Updated: 25 Nov 2015