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Population: 10000
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Baldock Country Market
"Baldock Country Market is a co-operative who sell their members home made/home grown items from baked goods, chutneys, jams and marmalades, free range eggs, to vegetables, soft fruits, plants, flowers ..." More

Days Inn Stevenage North (Baldock)
"Rooms were spotless comfy and when my son asked to change rooms for a double rather than a twin ,room was swapped without any problems pleasent staff am visiting again ..." More

George IV
"Can't rate this place above "average" really. Wonderfully random mix of frequenters. The manager/ bar man type chap seemed a very flustered character-almost like a victim of the place! ..." More

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Baldock is situated in the very north of Hertfordshire, where the River Ivel rises and near the A1M. With a population of under 10,000 it is a small town but with much to offer. Originally the site of both Iron Age and Roman settlements, important in the stagecoach era as it was the first main stopping place on the Great North Road when heading out of London. These factors strongly influenced the town and still exist today in making a pleasant town, retaining many 16th to 18th century buildings, including St Maryís church tower (the rest of the building is 13th century). There is a museum charting the townís history, from its foundation by the Knights Templar in 1250 and the rumoured crusades, to the present day and the benefit from the recent opening of the by-pass in 2006. Letchworth Garden City neighbours, which explains why Baldock has so many pubs/restaurants Ė Garden Cities were Quaker-lead, therefore not permitting alcohol sales and so all visitors to Letchworth turned to Baldock and itís many inns for refreshment! There are still many places to eat, drink and stay, with sufficient free parking. These days the town is a relatively quiet place due to the by-pass, which has also resulted in fewer businesses trading from there, so it is really a commuter town now. There is a festival for two weeks each May, a large community event of low-cost entertainment bringing everyone together.


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Ashwell Village Museum
Baldock Museum


Radwell Mill Lake

Caravan Park

Ashridge Farm Caravan Club Site

Care Home

Osbourne Court Care Home
Providence Court


Dr Thomas MM


The Jester Hotel


Baldock Car Boot
Baldock Country Market
Baldock Market

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Broken Drum
George IV
Hen & Chickens Public House

Old White Horse
Orange Tree Inn
White Hart


Simkins Solicitors


Baldock Veterinary Centre
Gatehouse Veterinary Surgery


Baldock Flowers
Christine Schwick Floral Designs
Cafe Plus
Taste Cafe Bar
Chapman & Sons Butchers
Ruby Tuesday
Ashwell Gallery
Taps Garden Centre
Baldock Food Stores
Ice Hair & Beauty
Scarlett Hair Design


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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant (0.03 miles)

Zeus Hotel and Restaurant

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant building is steeped in history, having been built as a private house and maltings in the early 18th century, when Baldock was a favourite watering place ... More

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Letchworth Hall Hotel (2.54 miles)

Letchworth Hall Hotel

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A fine example of an English manor house, this beautiful 17th century hotel stands within 8 acres of mature landscaped grounds in Letchworth Garden City. Originally built in 1625, Letchworth Hall Hotel ... More

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Travelodge Baldock Hinxworth (3.02 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Tudor Oaks Lodge (3.12 miles)

Tudor Oaks Lodge

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Tudor Oaks Lodge, on the A1, one mile past junction 10 northbound, is a complex of buildings with characteristic beams. All rooms have LCD TV. Luxe rooms have four-poster beds and jacuzzi baths, ... More | visit website

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The Three Tuns Hotel (3.99 miles)

The Three Tuns Hotel

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We are a traditional Country Hotel, Pub and Restaurant situated in the heart of the village of Ashwell, North Hertfordshire which is also close to the South Cambridge shire border.We ... More

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The Jester Hotel (4.37 miles)

The Jester Hotel

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This lovely country inn is located just off the A505 between Baldock and Royston; near junction 10 of the M11, it has great access to the regionís major road network. The hotelís ... More

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Premier Inn Stevenage North (4.64 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A1(M) and only 30 miles from London. Local attractions include historic Knebworth House, Knebworth Park and Hatfield House and Gardens. For shops and local amenities Stevenage town centre ... More | visit website
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Firs Hotel & Restaurant (4.74 miles)

Firs Hotel & Restaurant

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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 ... More

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Champneys Henlow Grange (4.76 miles)

Champneys Henlow Grange
Henlow Grange blends the tradition of the old with the innovation of the new, offering luxury and grace with a cosy atmosphere that makes every guest feel at home. Henlow has a 50 year history ... More | visit website
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Sun Hotel (4.83 miles)

Sun Hotel
The Sun is a traditional coaching inn which has been an important landmark of historic Hitchin since the 1500s. Today's hotel features 32 comfortable en-suite bedrooms including two feature rooms, one with a four-poster for ... More | visit website

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