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Inns in Hemel Hempstead

Olde Kings Arms
1 High St
Old Town

Hemel Hempstead
Hertfordshire

HP1 3AF | View map

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This attractively restored 16th century coaching inn offers comfortable air conditioned accommodation in 8 well-appointed executive rooms, all with luxury en suite bathrooms with extra large powerful showers. In the old town of Hemel Hempstead, the Olde King Arms is conveniently situated for fast trains into central London, as well as being only 8 minutes from the M1 and M25 motorways. The great access to the region’s major road and rail network makes it a great base for visiting the city on business or for exploring the surrounding region for leisure.

The comfortable well-equipped accommodation has everything you need in a relaxing base, including multi-channel flat-screen TVs with DVD players and free wireless and wired internet. The hotel has a decent garden and 2 bars offering a selection of real ales and fine wines. A full English breakfast is available every day and is included in the price.

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