Berkhamsted

Berkhamsted is a commuter town for London, but one with some character, not least because of its Norman castle (with double moat), the Grand Union Canal running through the place providing some pleasant waterside... Read More

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Hotels in Berkhamsted - 3 places to stay

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The Pennyfarthing Hotel

The Pennyfarthing Hotel

The Pennyfarthing Hotel occupies pride of place in Berkhamsted's lovely old High Street with the picturesque Grand Union Canal running adjacent to the car park at the rear of the Hotel.All rooms are ensuite and ... More | visit website

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Kings Arms Hotel

Kings Arms Hotel

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17th century coaching inn set in the historic town of Berkhamsted. Within easy reach of M1 & M25 Motorways and with the mainline railway station in berkhamsted that runs to ... More

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Kings Arms Hotel (0.07 miles)

Kings Arms Hotel

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A 17th-century former coaching inn, this privately owned and passionately run boutique hotel is a place where old meets new, with stylish, contemporary accommodation blending seamlessly with historic charm. Surrounded by the ... More

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Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West (1.98 miles)

Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead West

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Hemel Hempstead Premier Travel Inn is a well appointed hotel for excellent transport links to London and the South East. Excellent value accomodation with superb on site restaurant for breakfast and ... More | visit website

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Best Western The Watermill (2.23 miles)

Best Western The Watermill

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Built around an old flourmill, on the banks of the River Bulbourne, the hotel offers comfortable and relaxing surroundings, free parking and free wireless broadband internet access. In the heart of the ... More

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Bobsleigh Hotel (2.67 miles)

Bobsleigh Hotel

The Bobsleigh is set amongst skilfully landscaped gardens in the Chiltern countryside. This historic hotel provides an ideal base for exploring the surrounding areas in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire as well as Bedfordshire and central London is ... More | visit website

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Champneys Health Resort (2.77 miles)

Champneys Health Resort
There are few places in the world like Champneys Tring Health Resort. Steeped in history, this elegant English stately home was opened as a health farm spa in 1925 by the celebrated naturopath Stanley Lief, ... More | visit website
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Boxmoor Lodge Hotel (3.13 miles)

Boxmoor Lodge Hotel

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Boxmoor Lodge Hotel is located just off junction 20 of the M25 and is probably Hertfordshire’s best kept secret for the discerning visitor looking for peace and tranquillity after a ... More

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Rangers Cottage (3.77 miles)

Rangers Cottage

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Set high in the Chiltern Hills, in a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', Rangers Cottage has lovely views over open countryside and Woodland Trust land. The house was built ... More

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Olde Kings Arms (3.95 miles)

Olde Kings Arms

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This attractively restored 16th century coaching inn offers comfortable air conditioned accommodation in 8 well-appointed executive rooms, all with luxury en suite bathrooms with extra large powerful showers. In the old town ... More

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Premier Inn Hemel Hempstead Central (3.98 miles)

Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Maylands Avenue industrial estate. Ideally located within easy reach of the M1 and M25. Whipsnade zoo is an attraction nearby. ... More | visit website
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Pendley Manor (4.03 miles)

Pendley Manor

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Penley Manor Hotel is set in 35 acres of wooded parkland, within Hertfordshires beautiful countryside. This splendid late Victorian Manor was refurbished and opened as an hotel in October 1989.

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