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Firs Hotel & Restaurant
Hitchin
Hertfordshire

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Conveniently located for visiting Stevenage, Letchworth, Luton and Henlow, this family-managed hotel and restaurant has easy access to the A1 (junction 8) and the M1 (junction 10). Enjoy comfortable accommodation, personal service and car parking in an informal and relaxed environment. Complimentary broadband internet access is available for guests' use in the hotel’s public areas and in some of the bedrooms. The hotel has several ground floor rooms and one room has disabled access.

The hotel has been independently assessed for service and quality and has gained a 2-star hotel rating with the AA and the English Tourism Council, ensuring the highest standards of cleanliness and service are maintained. All aspects of the hotel have been reviewed to ensure everything runs smoothly, from an easy check-in to a quick check-out. The Firs Hotel is a family-managed hotel where you will be able to relax and unwind in an informal and tranquil setting. Located a 10 minute walk from the town centre, the hotel provides a spacious car park and easy access to the town centre's amenities.

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