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County - Hertfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01992 | code search
Postcode: EN11 | code search
Population: 20300
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Roydon Mill Motel
"Good Points: The room we stayed in was clean, nicely decorated, with many extra's we didn't expect. A hairdryer, iron and ironing board, trouser press, aswell as the advertised beverages ..." More

Roydon Mill Motel
"I stayed at this so called 5 star establishment, in their lodges and what a shambles!!! yes they are quite nice lodges but not five star surroundings, the staff are ..." More

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"I went to the sun on a busy Friday night. Was great service. Very good food 10-10. Clean no smoking through out. Will reconmend to all my friends. Will be ..." More

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Hodddesdon is a pleasing town that dates back many centuries in the County of Hertfordshire, close to the River Lee, home to just over twenty thousand people. Famed in centuries past as being an important Coaching stop for weary travellers from London to Cambridge. There are interesting buildings that span history, together with an impressive clock tower. Any chance to explore outside should be taken with Lee Valley Park, as this fabulous open space sprawls for thousands of acres, and whether it's walking through a diverse landscape on the look out for wildlife, cycling, or hopping aboard a canoe, or rowing boat, or for those with leg power there is always the option of powering a Pedalo. Younger visitors will definitely enjoy coming nose to nose with animals of the furry kind at Hayes Hill Farm, or perhaps visit Holyfield Hall Farm which has dairy cows waiting to be milked. Nearby is Rye House which is an evocative 15th Century House waiting to share it's secrets. Or why not accept the invitation to explore the ancient woodland of Epping Forest, a royal woodland which was enjoyed in Tudor and Elizabethan times, a legacy from that era survives today with Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, built on the order of Henry V111.

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Hardcastle Burton
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Tony R Pomfret & Associates

Attraction

Lowewood Museum
Rye House Gatehouse

Camping

Lee Valley Caravan Park

Doctor

Amwell Street Surgery
Dr Henderson FJ
Hailey View Surgery

Farmers Market

Hoddesdon Farmers Market

Market

Hoddesdon Farmers Market
Hoddesdon Market

Pub and Bar

Rose & Crown
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Acre Cars
Hoddesdon Car Service
Leaway Cars

Sports Clubs

Hoddesdon CC (Cricket)
Hoddesdon Town (Amateur Football)

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Creature Comforts
Ware Cross Pharmacy
Eye-Deal Opticians
Strides Of Hoddesdon
Panache For Kids
Peacocks
Lloyds Pharmacy
Specsavers
Delight
Rye Park Cafe
Ripley Butchers
Robinson Butchers
Louises Florist
Floral Wise Florist
Forget Me Nots
Home Vibe
The Eye
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Activities

Go-kart Centre(Motor Sports)

Places to Stay near Hoddesdon

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Woodland Lodge (0.74 miles)

Woodland Lodge

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation - Self- Contained Lodges - Adjacent to Old English Country pub serving evening meals.Rural Location - Exceptionally peaceful - only 2 mins from Hoddesdon town centre, 5 mins Hertford, 30mins Broxbourne ... More | visit website

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Roydon Mill Motel (1.96 miles)

Roydon Mill Motel

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Roydon Mill Estate offers comfortable, well equipped en suite accommodation at great value rates in a stunning location on the River Stort, in the heart of the Lea Valley. The hotel is ... More

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Mulberry House (3.23 miles)

Mulberry House
A Luxury Accommodation in the centre of Hertford Town on a private road(Free parking). Minutes walk away from many trendy and antique shops, restaurants, bars, several old English pubs, a brewery, a museum, and a ... More | visit website
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Parks Guest House (3.30 miles)

Parks Guest House

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Parks Guest House with its ample onsite parking is located just five minutes walk away from the centre of Hertfordshire's picturesque market town of Hertford.The town combines a wonderful mix ... More

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Masters House (3.53 miles)

Masters House

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The Hotel is set over two floors and each of the fourteen rooms are notably different to the next, equipped with Wi-Fi capability, LCD screens and unique hand picked furniture ... More

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Salisbury Arms Hotel (3.58 miles)

Salisbury Arms Hotel
Welcome Ė You have just found the friendliest hotel in Hertford. Known locally as The Salisbury, it is steeped in history and whilst retaining so many of its original charms now offers lovely accommodation in ... More | visit website
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Roebuck Hotel (3.67 miles)

Roebuck Hotel

Originally built as a private home in the 19th century, the friendly Roebuck Hotel is located in a quiet position in the historic market town of Ware, yet within easy reach of the M1, M25 ... More | visit website

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Parks Serviced Apartments (4.00 miles)

Parks Serviced Apartments
2 bedroom luxury garden apartments located in quiet secure gated development overlooking river with security gate code and entryphone. Each apartment has fully equipped kitchen with Fridge / Freezer microwave washing machine / dryer dishwasher. ... More | visit website
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Fanhams Hall (4.03 miles)

Fanhams Hall

Fanhams Hall is a very Majestic Jacobean Mansion set in 27 Acres of Landscaped Gardens. The grounds include a unique Japanese Garden complete with waterfall, ponds, bridges and an ornamental Tea House. We even have ... More | visit website

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Apple Tree B&B (4.25 miles)

Apple Tree B&B
The Apple Tree luxury Bed & Breakfast in Hertford is a charming and peaceful country retreat offering a homely and welcoming atmosphere to guests all year round. Located within Hertfordshire, an area of outstanding English ... More | visit website

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