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Ardmore House Hotel
54 Lemsford Road
St Albans

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The Ardmore House Hotel is a charming Edwardian Residence with Victorian Annex; both of which have been tastefully converted to provide relaxing and comfortable accommodation within a Residents Only environment.Situated in a pleasant residential area of St Albans; close to the town centre and the train station; where a 20 minute journey deposits you into the heart of London. This privately owned hotel aims to provide a relaxed atmosphere whether your stay is for reasons of business or pleasure.With a wide choice of single; twin; double or family rooms; we can offer accommodation to suit all requirements; including a four poster bedded room and deluxe rooms for those 'special occasions'. Our Belvedere Restaurant is set in contemporary elegant surroundings offering the finest Italian Cuisine freshly prepared by our Executive Head Chef Attilio Greco. Enjoy your candlelit dinner overlooking the beautiful landscaped garden serenaded by our in house musician (Wed to Sat) and on a warm day you can enjoy coffees out on the terrace completing an enjoyable evening.Private off-road car parking is available to the rear of the hotel; adjacent to the secluded gardens.Please note: We are a No-Smoking property. We do not accept stag or hen groups. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 10:30.

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