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Feathers Inn
Wadesmill
Ware
Hertfordshire

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Situated in the pretty Hertfordshire village of Wadesmill, this beautifully preserved 17th-century coaching inn now combines modern comforts and facilities with traditional charm. The charming restaurant and traditional bar are at the heart of the Feathers Inn. Old exposed brickwork, original wooden beams and welcoming log fires create a cosy, relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy tasty food and an extensive range of fine wines, cask ales and lagers. The menu changes regularly and offers a wide choice of traditional and vegetarian dishes. On Sundays, the traditional carvery offers a superbly cooked range of meats and poultry and has become locally renowned for top quality food and excellent value for money.

The Feathers is just off the A10 London to Cambridge Road, with good access to the region’s main roads, including the M25 and M11 motorways.
There are 31 beautifully furnished en suite rooms.
Free parking is available for guests.

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