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Boxmoor Lodge Hotel
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Hemel Hempstead

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Boxmoor Lodge Hotel is located just off junction 20 of the M25 and is probably Hertfordshire’s best kept secret for the discerning visitor looking for peace and tranquillity after a hard day of business or, a weekend away from it all. The Boxmoor Lodge Hotel has been in the same family for three generations. Originally built as the gatehouse to Boxmoor House, the lodge dates back to the early 17th Century. Extended to include additional accommodation and a conference centre, Boxmoor Lodge Hotel has retained its original character whilst offering first class service and facilities. For a memorable stay in historic surroundings, come to the Boxmoor Lodge. You'll find an unbeatable blend of traditional English hospitality and attractively furnished accommodation. Boxmoor Lodge Hotel owes its reputation in part to the award winning Conservatory Restaurant. The 25 traditionally furnished rooms at Boxmoor Lodge Hotel are fully equipped for either double or twin occupancy. All rooms may be reserved as singles if required. All bedrooms are en-suite and have colour television (including satellite channels at no extra charge), direct dial telephone with modem point, hospitality trays for tea and coffee making, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. Family rooms including cots are available on request. A specially designed room for disabled guests is also available at the hotel. The restaurant has been designed in elegant surroundings, and overlooks the hotel gardens.

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