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The Bell Inn & Rooms
High St
Codicote

Ayot St Lawrence
Hertfordshire

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Should business or pleasure take you to Stevenage, Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City or Hitchin, you'll find no better base. The Bell Inn country hotel is in the county of Hertfordshire. We are supremely positioned in the beautiful rural village of Codicote, 5 minutes from the a1, approximately 30 minutes into Central London and close to Luton Airport. If you are attending meetings at companies in Hitchin, Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City, these organisations are only a short drive away, and often use our facilities.

The Bell Inn Motel is a privately owned hotel situated in the heart of Codicote. The hotel is renowned for its first class service and good food. The rooms are well decorated and reasonably priced, ideal for a short business stay or a pleasant weekend break. All our 25 Bungalow styled double and twin bedded rooms are furnished to a superior standard, to include bathroom, toilet and shower en suite. Featured in each room are remote control colour TV, including satellite, tea and coffee welcome trays, hair dryer, trouser press with ironing press, own dial telephone. Our tariff includes VAT and full English breakfast.

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