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318 bus passing the Clarendon Arms at Chandlers Cross on its way to Bucks Hill in the early 1960s.
Credit: K Corclux

Chandler’s Cross is a hamlet south of Sarrat, Hertfordshire.

Its pub, the Clarendon Arms, became a restaurant in the 2000s.

A nearby hotel is The Grove, set in 300 acres. This has hosted major events such as the G20 London summit and the 2013 Bilderberg Conference. As a house, it was remodelled by various architects including Surveyor of the King’s Works, Robert Taylor on the site of a medieval manor house as a home for the Earls of Clarendon, second creation, the Villiers family who downsized their estates to one they have long held at Swanmore, Hampshire following the 1914 increase of estate duty.

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