The Bull Hotel is situated in the charming town of Gerrards Cross, close to London and all of its famous and varied attractions. Originally built in 1688, the hotel has come a long way from its roots as a coaching tavern. On the old main road from London to Oxford The Bull Hotel has a long history of tales of highwaymen of Jack Shrimpton. While the interior has changed greatly over the years and the facilities have been upgraded, the décor remains sympathetic to the original building. There is also a real commitment to the traditional values of excellent service and very warm welcome.
About Gerrards Cross
Gerrards Cross is a village in Buckinghamshire, England. It is in the south of the county, near the border with Greater London, south of Chalfont St Peter. Gerrards Cross is also a civil parish within South Bucks district, which was known as the Beaconsfield district from 1974 to 1980. This had been formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of part of Eton Rural District (including Gerrards Cross) with Beaconsfield Urban District.
The exclusive Gerrards Cross is one of England’s most desirable places to live and is often referred to as ‘mini Hollywood’ due to its celebrity residents. Gerrards Cross has a reputation for being very upmarket and exclusive, with house prices being considerably higher than average. Located in the commuter belt of London, the village is the most expensive postcode to purchase a property in the country outside London.
About the Wedding
As a recommended photographer with The Bull Hotel Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire area I’ve enjoyed photographing countless weddings at this lovely wedding venue to date, I would highly recommend this venue for weddings with it’s lovely grounds (great for photographs!) and great character building, the function room looked stunning, the staff are fantastic they can’t do enough for you.