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Bush Hall Hotel, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Bush Hall Hotel
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Bush Hall is an English Country House Hotel dating back to 1574. This Hertfordshire hotel, with the River Lea running through the 120-acre estate of parkland, offers an exclusive ambiance evolved during five centuries. The accommodation comprises 25 comfortably furnished bedrooms situated within the Main House and East Wing. Their premier quality restaurant ‘Kiplings’, with well-stocked cellar and impeccable service, provides a truly gastronomic experience.

The unique character, elegance and style of Bush Hall makes this lovely Grade 11 listed home the perfect setting for Weddings. Bush Hall is licensed for the Registration of Marriage thereby offering both Wedding ‘Ceremony’ and ‘Reception’ facilities.

The superb facilities together with excellent lines of communication make Bush Hall an ideal corporate venue, offering Conference facilities from 10 to 150 people.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 25
Number Ensuite: 25

Price per Person

Double: £110.00 - Signature £180.00
Single: £90.00
Suite: £220.00
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