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Berkhamsted

The historic town of Berkhamsted is in Hertfordshire and is home to the British Film Institutes national archive. The Grand Union Canal runs through the town and there is a ruined Norman Castle once the home of Edward the Black Prince and also a favorite home of Norman and Plantagenet monarchs. The town has good communication links, a range of cafes and restaurants, plus a Friday antique market and a Saturday street market.
21 Results In Or Near Berkhamsted
0.1 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Raymond Blanc brings the sort of French elan that makes his Oxfordshire hotel and restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons' so magical to his group of affordable city centre brasseries. Set in a handsome Georgian building, the dining area is spread over several levels offering a choice of environments; there's even a patio for al fresco dining. You can watch the chefs preparing your hot smoked salmon with cucumber salad and horseradish cream or french classics like steak tartare in the open mez...
2.8 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled Access
Live Band Facilities
Situated in the middle of some stunning National Trust woodland, in the glorious Chiltern Hills, Ashbridge house is surrounded by 190 acres of spectacular gardens.
5.5 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled access
Free WiFi
Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, the De Vere Latimer Estate Hotel offers contemporary standards of luxury and elegance in a setting that pays tribute to the original character of the estate. Seamlessly matching contemporary sophistication with traditional charm, its accommodation is equally well suited to weddings and events, as well as casual and business travel.
7 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled access
Disabled Access
Private Catering accepted
Live Band Facilities
Wedding Coordinator Available
When you are looking for a stunning backdrop for your wedding celebrations, the 12th century Missenden Abbey never fails to impress.
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8 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
The Grove, a 7,152 yard, par 72 championship course earned international recognition by hosting the Amex World Championship in 2006. Approached by a long drive, exclusive, expensive but a golfing experience on country club hotel lines created by American architect Kyle Philips in the grounds of an 18th-century mansion. Built to USGA specification, with ultra-fast creeping bent grass greens, plenty of elevation changes, walkable, with slopes, ridges and mounds, meticulously maintained with gre...
8 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Treatment Rooms
A hallowed name amongst seasoned spa folk, Sequoia Spa at The Grove in Hertfordshire is an opulent outfit that's won just about every top accolade going. A short train ride from the hustle of London, it feels a million miles away; 300 acres of parkland is yours to explore, while a ramble in the Zen Garden or a game of volleyball on its urban beach are just a handful of exceptional outdoor draws. Inside, the spa is no less impressive. Find yourself in one of the network of treatment rooms and ...
8 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled access
Free WiFi
Free Parking
The Grove hotel is set in 300 acres of parkland and gardens. The former home of the Earls of Clarendon, has been sympathetically restored and stunningly recreated. 217 luxurious guest rooms offer stunning views over the estate. Interiors range from the contemporary to the ultimate in luxury and decadence. 40 minutes from London´s West End and 30 minutes from Heathrow the hotel combines an unrivalled location with an impressive range of facilities. With three restaurants to choose from, there ...
8.9 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled Access
Chiltern Open Air Museum is an outdoor Museum with over 30 rescued and reconstructed historic buildings set within 45 acres of beautiful countryside. Seven of the Museum's historic buildings are licensed for civil ceremonies including an Iron Age roundhouse, red tin chapel, Victorian toll house and three of the Museum's barns.
8.9 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled Access
Parking Available
An outdoor museum of over 30 reconstructed and interpreted historic buildings that were the workplace or homes of ordinary people from the Chilterns. The buildings and landscape build a timeline that tells the story of the Chilterns - a special landscape of rolling chalk hills, traditional crafts and time-honoured ways of life that continue to inspire today.
9.4 miles from centre of Berkhamsted
Disabled access
Treatment Rooms
Luton Hoo Spa offers its guests the perfect chance for escapism, the second the robe is on is the first step towards tranquillity. Walk through the relaxation area and unwind at the poolside and blend into the calm, natural surroundings.
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