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Inns in Watford

The Bedford Arms Hotel
Langley Road
Watford
Hertfordshire

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Close to Watford town centre and just half a mile (800 m) from Watford Junction Station, this hotel offers newly refurbished en suite rooms with plasma freeviw TV s.The Bedford Arms is 20 minutes north of central London. Watford Junction station is a short walk away and offers regular mainline national train services to London Euston Station. All of the capitals attractions are within easy reach of London Euston. After a full refurbishment the hotel offers modern ensuite rooms all of which have tea/cofee making facilities.Parking is avalible.A full English breakfast is included and we have a full time chef for lunchs and evening meals.The hotel has entertainment at the weekends including live music on a Saturday night.

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Number of Rooms: 14
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Parking - £5 per 24 hours
Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV

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