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Sitting on the edge of the Colne Valley, the town of Iver is nestled among the rolling hills of Buckinghamshire in the south of England. Home to around 8,000 people, this historic market town is the perfect place to explore the countryside and discover what the region has to offer.

For those looking to get outdoors, the picturesque countryside around Iver is ideal. With plenty of lush green fields, meandering pathways and cycling trails, the area promises a great day out. Burnham Beeches is a great place for a walk, with its stunning wooded landscape, ponds and ancient oaks, while nearby areas such as Langley Park and Black Park are perfect for a spot of birdwatching.

For those looking for something a bit more enticing, then Iver offers plenty of pubs, restaurants and shops. The village's main shopping street, also known as High Street, is home to an array of independent stores offering everything from books to antiques, as well as a market every Saturday. The town is also home to a bustling nightlife scene with plenty of pubs and bars to explore. Whether it's catching up with friends over a pint or listening to live music at one of the many intimate venues, Iver is sure to have something for everyone – day and night.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 30 mins to Paddington
  2. 39 mins to Farringon
  3. 41 mins to Marylebone
  4. 42 mins to Blackfriars
  5. 44 mins to Liverpool Street
  6. 47 mins to Trafalgar Square
  7. 47 mins to Charing Cross
  8. 47 mins to Waterloo
  9. 48 mins to Kings Cross / St. Pancras
  10. 50 mins to Moorgate
  11. 51 mins to Victoria
  12. 52 mins to London Bridge
  13. 54 mins to Fenchurch Street


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