Visit Iver and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Iver, Buckinghamshire, is a delightful village in a scattered parish with shady lanes and Iver Heath nearby. It has many 16th- and 17th-century houses, mostly built around the church, which is a mixture of styles. The 500-year-old tower has an ancient bell-chamber and the nave is Anglo-Saxon. The church's most beautiful feature is the 12th-century chancel with a wide pointed arch and a double piscina and triple sedilia. The pulpit, carved with cherubs, is 200 years old and the Norman font is a square marble bowl standing on round pillars. A brass inscription on the floor is to Ralph Aubrey, Clerk of the Kitchen to Prince Arthur, the first husband of Catherine of Aragon. There are many brasses and monuments of interest.
A house of particular note is the 18th-century Bridgefoot House, a clever blending of brick and glass.
In this village the family of the Dukes of Kent have resided for many years.
Nearby towns: Slough, Uxbridge, West Drayton, Windsor
Nearby villages: Beaconsfield, Burnham, Chalfont St Peter, Cippenham, Colnbrook, Cowley, Cranford, Datchet, Denham, Dorney, Eastcote, Egham, Englefield Green, Eton, Eton Wick, Farnham Common, Feltham, Gerrards Cross, Greenford, Hampton Hill, Hanworth, Harefield, Harlington, Harrow Weald, Hatch End, Heathrow Airport, Heston, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Ickenham, Isleworth, New Bedfont, Northolt, Pinner, Ruislip, South Ruislip, Southall, Staines, Stanwell, Stoke Poges, Sunbury, Uxbridge, Water Oakley, West Bedfont, West Drayton, Whitton, Wooburn Green, Yiewsley
Have you decided to visit Iver or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Iver bed and breakfast (a Iver B&B or Iver b and b)
- a Iver guesthouse
- a Iver hotel (or motel)
- a Iver self-catering establishment, or
- other Iver accommodation