Seer Green and Jordans
Seer Green and Jordans is a charming English countryside village situated 55 kilometres to the North West of London in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With winding country lanes, rolling hills and picturesque views of the surrounding Chilterns, it is the perfect rural retreat. The traditional village of Seer Green is a delightful place to visit and explore with its many listed buildings, an open-air swimming pool, a range of independent high street shops, and an excellent selection of pubs and restaurants.
The hamlet of Jordans is just a short distance from Seer Green and is best known as being the birthplace of William Penn, founder of The Pennsylvania Colony in the States. It is also the home of the Quaker Centre at Jordans, which sits next to the historic meeting house for Quakers and is well worth a visit.
The area around Seer Green and Jordans is known for its many historic houses and gardens. The world-famous Dorneywood House and Gardens is just a short drive from the village, and the vast gardens of Chequers, the Prime Minister’s country residence, can also be found in the nearby vicinity. Rich in wildlife and nature, Seer Green and Jordans offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of modern city life. With plenty of bespoke attractions, top-class restaurants and traditional pubs, it has something to offer for all ages.