Conference and meeting delegates can reach Tring in 35 minutes by train from London Euston Station to Tring railway station which lies is situated about two miles out of Tring town centre. For car drivers Tring is just off the A41 which connects London with Aylesbury and is easily accessible from the M25 (J20); those using the M1 would need to take a more "cross country" route to reach Tring.

The countryside nearby is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) guaranteeing visitors glimpses of a rural landscape as they travel to their meeting or conference venue. The quaint high street is bursting with independent shops and it’s full of history too with an array of exquisite Tudor buildings adding to Tring’s unique feel.

Tring’s Market Place was established in the 14th century when King Edward II allowed the townsfolk to have a market; recently redeveloped, the market now meets the needs of the 21st century consumer and there’s a regular market held every Friday.

The nearby Tring Gap forms part Buckinghamshire’s Chiltern Hills and provides some excellent green space surrounding the town of Tring.

Tring boasts some unusual and traditional manufacturers such as the Tring Brewery and Heygate’s Tring flour mill, which is unexpected in this quiet town.  A little-known fact about Tring is the Tringe Festival, which is a comedy festival that occurs every July, well known comedians perform and practise their stand up comedy routines before performing at the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 

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