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Oak Lodge Hotel
80 Village Road
Enfield
London

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This beautifully presented Hotel is situated in a prestigious residential location, just outside Enfield town and within a 10-minute drive of the M25, with easy access to central London.
Recently under new Management, the Oak Lodge has been totally refurbished to a high standard, leaving some of the original features. We have a spacious evergreen garden and seated patio area for use all year round and offer convenient accommodation to suit all needs. In Enfield you can easily go out locally and enjoy a great selection of Resturants, Bars, shops, or just a leisurely country walk, or perhaps a trip to the local Equestrian Centre or golf courses. The Oak lodge is an excellent venue for both Business and Leisure Breaks offering Private Functions & small Conferences and is a popular weekend wedding venue.
Wheelchair-friendly en-suite accommodation is complemented by Grade III ground floor accessibility.

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