Places to visit in or near Hunsdon

The village of Hunsdon is in Hertfordshire and is mentioned in the Doomesday Book in 1086. It has a population of over 1000 and there a two pubs a shop and petrol station. During the last war there was an airfield nearby which provided fighter air defence for London.
13 Results In Or Near Hunsdon
0.1 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
The Fox & Hounds Hunsdon is a modern European restaurant and pub set in the Hertfordshire countryside. It is the only Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant in the county. The Fox & Hounds has been owned and run by James & Bianca Rix since 2004.
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3.0 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
Fanhams Hall is a Jacobean mansion tucked away in the Hertfordshire countryside, offering a unique location for weddings and events.
4.1 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
The traditional characteristics of this 17th-century coaching inn are combined with modern conveniences.
4.1 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
In this tranquil community, a 14th century old coaching inn now offers excellent en suite rooms.
4.2 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
The Gibberd Garden is a highly individual creation of Sir Frederick Gibberd, the master planner of Harlow New Town. It is sited on the side of a small valley, w
4.7 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
That Amazing Place is an exclusive use country house wedding venue with stunning grounds, modern interiors and chic bedrooms (sleeping up to 29 people).
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7.9 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
Copped Hall: This is a garden under restoration with touches of Tudor, Georgian and Victorian. It is a garden of varying levels, lawns, trees and 'garden theatre'. It is a garden to visit repeatedly over the years to follow the restoration. We have a 4 acre Walled Garden, an exuberantly planted 450 feet x 16 feet mixed border, a Rock Garden in the old Tudor cellars. All in a garden spanning five centuries. Enjoy a guided tour of the mansion and gardens on the third Sunday of each month (excep...
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7.9 miles from the centre of Hunsdon
The mansion at Copped Hall was completed in 1758 as a gentleman's country house. It was, and is, set in excellent landscape and was well known for the quality of its construction. The house was burned out in 1917 (not as War damage).The house was subsequently allowed to fall into disrepair and suffered much vandalism. It was saved from very unsympathetic development in a 9-year campaign by the by the Friends of Copped Hall, who, as the Copped Hall Trust, were able to purchase it in 1995. ...
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