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  • Hotel Holiday Inn Express Hemel Hempstead

    3 Stars

    Hotel Holiday Inn Express Hemel Hempstead

    Stationers Place, Apsley

    This 3 star hotel is located within the city of Hemel Hempstead.

  • Hotel Ramada Hemel Hempstead

    3 Stars

    Hotel Ramada Hemel Hempstead

    Road Hemel Hempstead

    This hotel is set in 6 acres of landscaped gardens and woods and is conveniently located just 5 miles from hemel hemstead and 6 miles from st albans. The nearest station is Hemel Hempstead and local attractions include whipsnade animal Park, Hatfield house and wooburn Abbey.All 117 rooms are en suite and have remote control tv, radio, hairdryer, trouser press, direct dial telephone and hospitality tray. Deluxe rooms have whirlpool Spa Baths. The rooms are medium in size and in good condition with pine furnishings and blue fabrics. informal and offers a wide variety of traditional dishes. It is a beautiful 16th century oak beamed room.This is a traditional, lowrise building with white walls and a red roof. There is a long sweeping drive and attractive gardens surrounding the hotel.The hotel lobby is small and traditional with a reception desk and a seating area with blue and red fabrics.This is a very good hotel and also has an open air heated swimming pool and games room.

  • Hotel Bobsleigh Inn

    3 Stars

    Hotel Bobsleigh Inn

    Hempstead Road, Bovingdon

    Situated in the Chiltern countryside this hotel is close to Hemel Hempstead. The property can be found in the serene rural setting of Bovingdon amongst landscaped gardens. This part of England is steeped in history with Windsor, Eton and the beauty of the riverbank within vicinity. Central London is only 20 minutes away.The rooms are all traditionally furnished and equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, satellite TV, iron and ironing board. All units are of high standard with excellent level of housekeeping.The award winning restaurant offers excellent table d'hote and a la carte menus, serviced by professional and friendly staff. There is an excellent selection of wines to complement your meal.Traditional building set back from the road.A medium sized lobby.mer months. (DB 10/08)

  • Hotel Best Western The Watermill

    3 Stars

    Hotel Best Western The Watermill

    London Road, Bourne End, Near Watford, Dacorum

    This 3 star hotel is located in the city centre of Hemel Hempstead. It is a short drive away from the Whipsnade Wild Animal Park.

  • Hotel Holiday Inn Hemel Hempstead M1/J8

    3 Stars

    Hotel Holiday Inn Hemel Hempstead M1/J8

    Breakspear Way

    This 4 star hotel is located in the suburbs of Hemel Hempstead and was established in 1963.

  • Aubrey Park Hotel

    4 Stars

    Aubrey Park Hotel

    Hemel Hempstead Rd, Redbourn

  • Harriet House

    5 Stars

    Harriet House

    6 Harriet House

    A 3-minute walk from Apsley Train Station, Harriet House provides this stylish 1-bedroom apartment just outside Hemel Hempstead. A 1-minute walk from the Grand Union Canal and a waterside pub and restaurant, this apartment has free Wi-Fi and free parking. The apartment features a double bedroom and a bathroom with bath, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The lounge has a flat-screen TV and DVD player, and the kitchen is fully equipped with an oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. There is also a dining area and balcony. Direct train services run from Apsley to London Euston in around 30 minutes. St Albans is 6 miles away, and this apartment is around 10 minutes from the M1 and M25.

  • The Olde Leather Bottle

    The Olde Leather Bottle

    Leverstock Green Road

    Just over 1 mile from the centre of Hemel Hempstead, The Olde Leather Bottle in Leverstock Green is a traditional English pub dating back to the 18th century. Retaining much of its original character, this Hertfordshire inn offers en suite rooms with free parking and Wi-Fi. Guest rooms have an en suite bath or shower. There is also a TV in each room. A Full English breakfast is served, with sausage, bacon, eggs, brown or white toast and tea and coffee. The bar at The Olde Leather Bottle has an open fireplace and dining area, with a menu featuring stone-baked pizzas, burgers, pies and other pub favourites. The Leavesden Studios, where the Harry Potter movies were filmed, is just 5 miles away, with the pub able to provide tickets for the Harry Potter tours. St Albans is 10 minutes’ drive, and Potters Bar, Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City are all within around 20 minutes.

  • Boxmoor Lodge Hotel

    3 Stars

    London Road

    Dating back from the 17th-century and located a 5 minutes’ walk from Hemel Hempstead Train Station, this family-run hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and an award-winning conservatory restaurant. All the bedrooms have an iPod dock and their own bathroom with a shower, a bath, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Other facilities include satellite TVs and tea/coffee makers. The hotel’s conservatory restaurant serves modern and traditional English dishes, made using fresh, seasonal produce. A full English breakfast is served every morning.

  • The Saracens Head - Inn

    3 Stars

    Whielden Street 38

    The Saracen?s Head Inn is a traditional English pub serving real ales, fine wines and home-cooked food every lunchtime and evening. The original stables surrounding the courtyard have been converted into stylish, comfortable en-suite accommodation available for Bed and Breakfast. During the conversion, we discovered an underground bear pit near the cellar. This was used for bear 'baiting' (fighting) over 300years ago, thankfully a tradition no longer kept! We are situated a stone?s throw away from the fashionable shops and boutiques in the High Street of Amersham Old Town. Trains from Amersham Station go directly into London in less than 30mins. It is also extremely popular with walkers who wish to explore the countryside surrounding us. Amersham - probably more than any other similar small town in England - preserves in the streets of the Old Town the same general appearance that it displayed during the 17th and 18th centuries. There is evidence that a Roman Villa existed in the area (any remains now believed buried under Shardeloes Lane). However, the origins of the town go back to pre Saxon times. Amersham was then called Agmodesham. The Doomsday Book listed Amersham as Elmodesham, with 6 manors, one belonging to the wife of Edward the Confessor. In 1200, King John granted the town a market and fair, the fair is still held every year on the 19th and 20th of September, the market every Tuesday, but it has moved to Amersham on the Hill. The Reformation had some roots in the town as several Lollards were condemned to death and burnt at the stake, a memorial on the hill above the town commemorates this event and in 2001 the people of Amersham performed a community play re creating the events of the time.


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