Hotels in Hemel Hempstead: Set in 30 acres of grounds in Chiltern’s countryside overlooking the Chess Valley, Latimer Place combines contemporary and Victorian architecture to make an inspiring venue for your stay or business event. It’s just a 35-minute train journey straight into central London from this rural idyll. With Heathrow & Luton airport also within easy drive, you have the perfect mix of town and country benefits in one great venue. Inside our 51 meeting and training rooms are modern, with the latest high tech equipment for your business event. Our experienced team makes your meeting happen without fuss – we know what it takes to host a successful event and how to create the perfect bespoke experience for you. We’ve an indoor pool or sauna to unwind in after a long day and then relax in the bar, before enjoying your evening meal. * Impeccable service and venue excellence is the DNA of our business. It’s the De Vere Venues difference - and it's why we’re the first choice provider for meeting and training events throughout the UK. Please note that this is a multi site venue and your room will be allocated on arrival by the venue, furthermore access to the main house is not guaranteed due to private functions - please phone the venue for further information. * Please note that there may be a limited Restaurant & Bar offering due to private functions, and an alternative Restaurant to the Main House may be used. - Please phone the venue for further information. * Please note that Ensuite facilities may be shower and not bath. Complimentary Wi Fi is available in all bedrooms and public areas. On-site parking available.
Hotels in Hemel Hempstead: Set in 160 acres of glorious countryside, yet minutes from the M25 and with excellent transport links, this Victorian Manor offers stylish dining, golf, free Wi-Fi and parking. Originally built in 1853, this magnificent property has been lovingly renovated and restored to the tune of 7 million pounds. Complementing the grace and elegance of its historic past with contemporary facilities and aesthetics, it creates a unique atmosphere of refined grandeur and relaxed indulgence. What’s more, the manor house is surrounded by many acres of idyllic formal gardens and scenic countryside, further accentuating the well-cultivated ambience of peaceful tranquillity. Retire to comfort and style in one of the 70 magnificent en-suite bedrooms. Those in the original Manor House have all been individually designed and furnished, perfectly reflecting the timeless elegance of the buildings rich heritage. The rooms in the modern wing are all fully air-conditioned and provide warm contemporary styles with high-class furnishings and décor. All benefit from free Wi-Fi access, multi-channelled flat screen TV, telephone, hairdryer, ironing station and complimentary tea & coffee making facilities. Some rooms also feature stunning far-reaching views across the countryside. Whether business or pleasure, there are room configurations to suit all requirements, including Classic Double and Twins, Superiors and Family options. For those sumptuous special occasions, luxurious king-size four-poster rooms are also available in the Manor House, featuring elegant roll-top baths and a separate waterfall shower. Dining at the Orangery, the Hotel’s delightful on-site restaurant, is always a first-class experience whatever the occasion. Passionate about serving quality food, the Hotel is committed to using fresh, seasonal ingredients that where possible, have been locally sourced and produced.
Hotels in Hemel Hempstead: Set in beautiful landscaped gardens just outside the rural village of Bovingdon, the Bobsleigh Hotel offers quiet serene surroundings whilst still being within easy reach of the M1/M25, the town centre and local industrial estate of Hemel Hempstead. The Bobsleigh Hotel has 46 tastefully decorated bedrooms some with 4 poster beds and jacuzzi baths. Hemel Hempstead Train Station is only 2 miles away with routes to Central London within 25 minutes to enjoy the numerous museums and shops, the city’s vibrant night life and the world-famous West End Shows. Our Restaurant offers a wide range of excellent food served by friendly staff. In 2008 our restaurant has been awarded an AA Rosette, which means that our high standards of food and consistency have been recognized. There is an excellent selection of wines to complement your meal. We are also a venue ideal for hosting wedding receptions and hold a wedding license to host civil ceremonies. The Bobsleigh Hotel is the ideal venue for anyone looking to relax either after business or for pleasure. Free wifi is available in all public areas, meetings rooms and guest rooms. Exit the M1 at Junction 8, sign-posted Hemel Hempstead Town Centre. At the Kodak Building follow the sign for Hemel Hempstead Rail Station on left side. Travel under two bridges then take the left filter traffic light onto the A305 Chesham. Follow this road and the hotel should be approximately one and a half miles on the left hand side.
Hotels in Hemel Hempstead: The Saracen’s Head Inn is a traditional English pub serving real ales, fine wines and home-cooked food every lunchtime and evening. The original stables surrounding the courtyard have been converted into stylish, comfortable en-suite accommodation available for Bed and Breakfast. During the conversion, we discovered an underground bear pit near the cellar. This was used for bear 'baiting' (fighting) over 300years ago, thankfully a tradition no longer kept! We are situated a stone’s throw away from the fashionable shops and boutiques in the High Street of Amersham Old Town. Trains from Amersham Station go directly into London in less than 30mins. It is also extremely popular with walkers who wish to explore the countryside surrounding us. Amersham - probably more than any other similar small town in England - preserves in the streets of the Old Town the same general appearance that it displayed during the 17th and 18th centuries. There is evidence that a Roman Villa existed in the area (any remains now believed buried under Shardeloes Lane). However, the origins of the town go back to pre Saxon times. Amersham was then called Agmodesham. The Doomsday Book listed Amersham as Elmodesham, with 6 manors, one belonging to the wife of Edward the Confessor. In 1200, King John granted the town a market and fair, the fair is still held every year on the 19th and 20th of September, the market every Tuesday, but it has moved to Amersham on the Hill. The Reformation had some roots in the town as several Lollards were condemned to death and burnt at the stake, a memorial on the hill above the town commemorates this event and in 2001 the people of Amersham performed a community play re creating the events of the time.