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Hotels in St Albans

St Michael's Manor
Fishpool Street
St Albans
Hertfordshire

AL3 4RY | View map
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St Michael's Manor is a four star, privately owned and run hotel close to the centre of the ancient Roman city of St Albans, and set in five acres of beautiful English country gardens, surrounding a lake.

Originally commissioned by the Gape family in around 1512, the original manor house was converted into an hotel by the Newling Ward family in the early 1960s. Whilst it has been updated to the highest standard it retains all its richness and historical detail, the bedrooms and superb dining facilities combine a classical style with an informal, relaxed atmosphere.

Each of the 30 bedrooms are individually styled with a full range of modern comforts, to make your stay as luxurious as possible.

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Nearest Train Station: St Albans
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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 30
Number Ensuite: 30
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Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Daniel Park
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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