A charming, small market town located in the beautiful Chiltern Hills area of Hertfordshire, South East England, Tring lies around 30 miles from London and is part of the London Commuter Belt. The town is linked to London via the Grand Union Canal amongst other transport modes, and there are four reservoirs here that were created to supply water for the canal. These Tring reservoirs are now a national nature reserve and a site of Special Scientific Interest. Amongst the well-known people that have called Tring home over the years are Lord Rothschild and Sir William Gore. Places of interest in the town include The Church of St Peter and St Paul, the Tring Local History Museum and the Zoological Museum.
There are a number of retailers and businesses taking up the retail and office space in Tring. A range of big name retailers have a presence here, including Tesco, Co-op, and Marks & Spencer. Tring Brewery also operates from the town, as it has been doing for more than two decades. Heygates Mill, which is now a flour mill, is based in Tring. Other businesses located in the area include Laminar Medica Ltd, X-Tek Systems, and Trade Signs UK.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment is varied in and around Tring. Whether you want to enjoy exploring the past at the Tring Natural History Museum or whether you want to relax with a drink at pubs like the Kings Arms, you will always find something to keep you entertained. If eating out is your thing, you won’t struggle to find a great place to dine. You can head to Olive Limes for some spicy Indian food, enjoy fine Italian cuisine at Da Vinci, or make your way to The Half Moon for traditional British fare.
Tring is well served in terms of road networks, with roads including the A41, providing decent connectivity. The Grand Union Canal provides another means of connecting the town to London, while Tring Railway Station operates on the West Coast Main Line and offers convenient access to London Euston.