Chenies Manor, a superb Tudor manor house near Amersham in Bucks
beautiful gardens
an amazing setting for a wedding reception?
The Sunken Garden

Chenies Manor

Introduction

This historic Tudor Manor House is set in the estate village of Chenies in Buckinghamshire overlooking the Chess Valley.

This Grade I Listed Building, known formerly as Chenies Palace, was owned by the Cheyne family who were granted the manorial rights in 1180. The manor remained in their possession until the end of the 15th Century. The semi-fortified brick manor house  which forms the core of the present day structure was built by Sir John Cheyne in approximately 1460. Both Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I visited the house on numerous occasions accompanied by their Courts.

The Garden: is an intriguing mix of historical garden styles. There are Tudor gardens, a hedge maze, a physic garden, and a Victorian kitchen garden to visit.

Opening times: 1st April to 29th October: Wednesday & Thursday 2.00pm - 5.00pm, All Bank Holiday Mondays 2.00pm - 5.00pm. Last guided tour 4:15pm.

Tel: 01494 762888

Wedding receptions at Chenies Manor. Chenies Manor House is a very special place for your memorable day. The famous gardens and the Garden Room can be used for your reception. Contact: Sue Brock. Tel/Fax: 01494 762888.

Last Updated: 8 Dec 2015


The Bedford Arms, in the village of Chenies near Chorleywood in Herts offers luxurious, boutique style rooms and superb dining. Close to the beautiful Chess Valley and moments from Chenies Manor.