comfortable place to stay. Very quiet and peaceful
Great place to stay, nice and quiet, very clean. Close to local shops and restaurants.
Comfortable and quiet apartment. Everything we needed. Friendly, helpful host Eve. Pretty views from the rear and a balcony to see them from.
Nice hotel, very clean, polite staff, floor boards bit creaky in rooms and hall ways
The pool closed early, traveling with small children we arrived the next morning to find that we still couldn't use pool due to the fact it was "adults only" for the first hour. No information was given at the the hotel. Management for both kept blaming it on each other. In all fairness we did get ...
Loved this property. So beautiful with lovely amenities and very well located. Can’t wait to come again.
Fantastic recently opened hotel. Lovely, spacious room, great and good sized bathroom, lovely hotel inside and out. Service could be slightly improved in the hotel restaurant in the evenings (didn’t stay for breakfast), but rooms were lovely - clean, modern, comfortable and a good size. Reception ...
Room was clean and tidy with basic amenities provided. Good for travellers looking to catch an early flight from Luton Airport. Taxi service to the airport cost 7 pounds.
Hertfordshire, with its gently undulating meadows, extensive areas of farmland, forests and rich soils, is a rural paradise and food producer for the whole region, including the nearby capital. It has a relatively mild climate and its numerous market towns are packed with fresh produce throughout the year. The county's visitor attractions include theme parks, Jacobean mansions and ruined abbeys, as well as great historic town such as St. Albans.
With livestock and organic produce very much a feature of the county, festivals like the Hertfordshire County Show are enormously popular every year. If you're in the Flamstead neighbourhood in late May and staying at a Hertfordshire hotel in the area, you should pay it a visit, as the show is great fun for all ages.
The showground here plays host to many different events throughout the year, but the festival in May is the main one. The Hertfordshire County Show takes place here every May over the long Bank Holiday weekend and attracts anything up to 40,000 visitors from across the region and abroad, so it's certainly worth a look in. The animals on display represent a fair cross-section of what the county is most famous for, such as prize ducks and enormous bulls, but there are also many educational displays and demonstrations on offer if you've no particular interest in livestock. For free entertainment, shopping, food and an all-round fun day out you simply can't beat it. Book in to a nearby Hertfordshire hotel such as St. Michaels Manor Hotel or Ardmore House Hotel in St. Albans and you can easily get along here using the excellent local transport links.
If you want to experience something of the authentic and traditional Hertfordshire, the county showground is the place to head for over the May Bank Holiday. As well as having great fun you'll be able to see many of the animals and traditions for which the county has been famous for centuries. Stay at a local Hertfordshire hotel and bring the whole family along.
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