Cheap Hotels in Hertford
This property is the oldest hotel in Hertford and offers bedrooms with period features and free Wi-Fi. With a traditional pub restaurant, the hotel is 150 metres from Hertford Museum. The room features a flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. All rooms are individually decorated, and have a private bathroom, tea/coffee facilities and a trouser press. Featuring oak beams and wooden panelling, Salisbury Arms Restaurant serves traditional British cuisine. The 2 bars offer real ales, light meals and snacks, and cooked breakfasts are served daily. With a central location in historical Hertford, The Salisbury Arms Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Hertford East Railway Station. The A1 Motorway is a 15-minute drive, and North London can be reached in 30 minutes’ drive.
Hotels in Hertford
A prosperous little town within the beautiful county of Hertfordshire, Hertford is also rich in history. Its Saxon roots are revealed in its name, derived from the multitude of stags, harts and deer in the area. From this, the town gained its reputation as a favourite hunting ground of kings and a meeting place of England's parliament during times of plague and war.
Now a more peaceful destination, Hertford's hotels are a great place to unwind, relax and plan your trips in the region. Many hotels in the area offer great deals along with expert local knowledge while meeting all your requirements and needs.
First on your itinerary can be Hertford Castle, whose history is indelibly linked to the town. The Norman gatehouse and red brick Victorian style is an ideal backdrop for a quiet walk in the pleasant grounds.
The nearby Hertford Museum offers a diverse selection of exhibits that detail the proud history of the town. A favourite addition to the museum is the beautiful knot garden, an ornate and complex feature that is a fine spectacle whilst enjoying tea and cake.
Hertford's oldest building is the unique St. Leonard's church. Dating from the 1120s, the church is a fine display of Norman architecture with lovely views of the Beane and Lea valley. Restored to its full beauty in the 1880s, St. Leonard's is a quiet and enchanting place of ancient worship. With an awe-inspiring timer beam roof, this little gem is a rare beauty.
Other places of worship include the Quaker Meeting House, one of the oldest Quaker sites in the world.
Stargazers will love the Bayfordbury Observatory, a popular destination that offers stunning and informative views of the cosmos. The enjoyable open evenings are both insightful and full of wonder as visitors are treated to heavenly views of the stars.
Fine entertainment can be found at the Old Barge pub, a local favourite specialising in real ales and ciders. Situated on a particularly scenic part of the town's canal network, the pub is perfect for a Sunday lunch followed by a leisurely walk.
If live music takes your fancy, the popular Corn Exchange is a great music venue, known for hosting the likes of The Who, The Pretenders and The Kinks. There are plenty of laughs to be had with the weekly Comedy Nights whilst also hosting Dance, Alternative and Rock gigs.
With all this and more on offer in this lovely little town, Hertford will no doubt find a treasured place in your heart.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Hertford
What are the most booked hotels in Hertford?Salisbury Arms Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Hertford.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Hertford?The cheapest price for a double room in Hertford is £85, offered by Salisbury Arms Hotel.
If I want to stay in the center of Hertford, which hotels shall I consider?One of the best hotels near the center of Hertford is Salisbury Arms Hotel.
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