Budget, Country, Spa and Boutique Hotels
CM22 7SP, Bishops Stortford, George Green, Dell Lane
This beautifully preserved building is 8 km from London Stansted Airport and is next to a traditional country pub. It offers free WiFi and all rooms offer an en suite bathroom. Bonningtons Guest house has... read more
£ 55.12View Rates
HP1 2RA, Hemel Hempstead, London Road
Dating back from the 17th-century and located a 5 minutes’ walk from Hemel Hempstead Train Station, this family-run hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and an award-winning conservatory restaurant. All the bedrooms have an iPod... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
SG1 3LJ, Stevenage, 1 Gates Way
Ideally located in the Old Town of Stevenage, the hotel is a haven of luxury and comfort for both business and private guests; catering for wedding receptions, banquets and conferences. Situated in the heart of... read more
CM22 7TS, Bishops Stortford, Church Road,
Set in a forest village nature reserve, Greenways Lodge offers good-value accommodation, just 4.8 km from Stansted Airport. Greenways Lodge provide a free morning transfer to Stansted Airport. All reception areas have Wi-Fi access. The... read more
£ 46.00View Rates
HP3 0AA, Hemel Hempstead, London Road
In 160 acres of formal gardens, Shendish Manor features a leafy golf course, elegant restaurant and scenic countryside views. The manor is in Apsley, just outside Hemel Hempstead. The stylish bedrooms each have a flat-screen... read more
£ 63.00View Rates
CM23 5NQ, Bishops Stortford, 48 Grange Road
600 metres from the train station, with links to London, Cambridge and Stansted Airport, this family-run Victorian guest house offers bed and breakfast accommodation. The guests of the Grange Guest House can use the sitting... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
HP2 4UA, Hemel Hempstead, Breakspear Way
Holiday Inn Hemel Hempstead M1, Jct. 8 offers an excellent location just off the M1 (Junction 8) and is easily accessed from the M25. This hotel offers high-speed internet throughout. A flat-screen HD TV and... read more
WD4 9BS, Kings Langley, The Common
Dating back to the 18th century and set in a picturesque location overlooking Chipperfield Common, this countryside retreat exudes character and charm. The Two Brewers is just minutes from the M25 and has 20 en... read more
£ 57.50View Rates
SG5 3DX, Hitchin, Kings Walden Road
This country house is set in its own spacious grounds and was built in the 17th century for Sir Richard Spencer in the pretty Hertfordshire village of Great Offley. Each room features a bathroom, a... read more
£ 90.00View Rates
HP1 3AF, Hemel Hempstead, 41 High St. Old Town
The Olde Kings Arms is an attractively restored 16th century coaching inn which offers comfortable air conditioned accommodation in 8 well-appointed en-suite rooms. Located in the old town of Hemel Hempstead, the Inn is opposite... read more
CM23 3BQ, Bishops Stortford, 170 South Street
This traditional Inn offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, 15 minutes’ drive from Stansted Airport. Rooms are separate from but next to the pub, and are 5 minutes’ walk from Bishop's Stortford’s town centre. The... read more
SG7 5RS, Baldock, 116 Station Road
This lovely country inn is located just off the A505 between Baldock and Royston; near junction 10 of the M11, it has great access to the region’s major road network. The hotel’s convenient location means... read more
SG5 2DL, Hitchin, Tilehouse Street
Set in 19 acres of beautiful tranquil parkland, yet only one minutes’ walk from Hitchin town square, this attractive hotel was originally a Carmelite monastery built in 1317. With carefully preserved and sensitively renovated interiors,... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
HP4 3HL, Berkhamsted, 147 High Street,
This 17th century former coaching inn is set in the historic town of Berkhamsted, and features luxurious boutique-style rooms with iPod docking stations and private en suite bathrooms. All rooms at The King’s Arms are... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
SG7 6AX, Baldock, 20 High Street
Located in the heart of Baldock, this 18th-century country-style hotel offers en suite rooms, all with tea and coffee making facilities. There are plenty of pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities within easy reach of the... read more
CM19 5EJ, Roydon, Roydon Mill Estate
Roydon Marina Village Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from Roydon Rail Station, which has direct links to Stratford Rail Station. Marina Village hotel is located on the River Stort, in the heart of the... read more
£ 48.00View Rates
CM22 7TJ, Bishops Stortford, Tilekiln Green
Just a 5-minute drive from Stansted Airport, Great Hallingbury Manor Hotel offers free overnight parking and free high speed internet access. The Tudor style Manor is surrounded by scenic gardens, and has an award-winning restaurant,... read more
£ 49.60View Rates
WD4 8RF, Kings Langley, Bridge Road
Dating back to the 17th century, this elegant hotel serves Real Ales, an extensive wine list and home-cooked English food made with local produce. In the winter, 2 large open fires create a relaxing mood... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
WD6 3SB, Elstree, Centennial Avenue, Centennial Park
Village Hotel London Watford features a modern health club with an indoor pool, 2 dining options and sleek rooms. Just half a mile from the M1 motorway, Watford’s centre is a 10-minute drive away. The... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
EN10 6NG, Broxbourne, Halfhide LaneTurnford
In Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, the Cheshunt Hotel features rooms with luxurious Marriott bedding. It has a leisure club and excellent transport links to central London and Stansted Airport. All rooms feature tea/coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer and... read more
£ 66.40View Rates
The county is comprised of ten districts named North Hertfordshire, East Hertfordshire, Welwyn Hatfield, Three Rivers, the borough of Broxbourne, Dacorum, Stevenage, Hertsmere, Watford and the City of St. Albans. Some of the major towns are St. Albans, Hertford, Hatfield, Watford and Letchworth which was the first Garden City in Britain.
Why Stay or Visit Hertfordshire?
There are so many exciting activities you can involve yourself in while at Hertfordshire. For those who love nature, wildlife and parks, you can get to visit Paradise Wildlife, Lee Valley Boat Centre, River Lea, Heartwood forest among others.
You can also take a walk along some of the scenic walking area like Panshanger Park, Alban Way and Sculpture Trail.
You can also get a snapshot of England’s history by visiting some of the historic sites and museums.
After a days tour you can get to go back to your hotel rooms, bed and breakfast (b&b), apartment or cottage depending on your budget. In Hertfordshire there are many restaurants where you can get food starting from luxurious ones to even cheap ones.
Some of the things you can’t miss include: the Hatfield House which is the childhood home of England’s Queen Elizabeth. It has very beautiful, well maintained gardens and they also offer in-house tours to some of the rooms that are available giving you an amazing experience.
The Roman Wall, a remaining section which is the beautiful town of St. Albans. This visit gives you a little view of the history of Britain in all those past years. You should also pay a visit to the St. Albans Cathedral which is a very vast site. It is very majestic both on the outside and inside with very large columns that rise all the way to the skies.
You can’t miss going to one of UK’s biggest indoor ski centre which is located in Milton Keynes in nearby Buckinghamshire. It has a beginner’s, two lifts and the main slope meaning everyone can join in the fun. You should also make a point to visit the Hemel Hempstead; the Grand Union Canal which has great walking routes. It is a major historic waterway in Hertfordshire.
Different accommodation options
Some of the best places to get accommodation in Hertfordshire include a variety of offers that are available for all visitors. There are different places starting from bed and breakfast (b&b), cheap hotels to fancy manor houses. There is something for everyone cutting across any budget.
Manor House Luxury-there is several manor houses but one of the best is Sopwell House which is outside of St. Albans. It is an elegant and beautiful Georgian country house. It offers a vast spa, a dining restaurant, rooms with four poster beds and balconies.
Best bed and breakfast-Number One Port Hill is an award winning b&b in Hertfordshire. It has with well-arranged ornaments and antiques. You get served with breakfast and if interested you can get some knowledge about the region.
Apartments, hotels and Cottages-for those who prefer self-catering, there are a number of apartments and cottages that will suite you. You can also get accommodation in some of the cheap hotels.
Some of the best hotels including bed and breakfast that are budget friendly to book for accommodation are: The King’s Arms in Berkhamsted is a Chic pub with light and well-aired rooms. It is located in the heart of Berkhamsted making it possible to explore the town and the surrounding countryside. It is very ideal for persons who want a weekend escape and it does not make you pressure your budget.
The White Horse is close to Hertingfordbury , offers a large pub and a restaurant. It has several rooms with a beautiful theme. Number One Port Hill is a small award winning bed and breakfast(b&b) with great decorations of ornaments, good service, great location and an air of opulence. It is magnificent, cheap and will give you a memorable stay.
Sopwell House has been restored and it is a Georgian country House. This is one of the hotels that offers contemporary rooms, a balcony, indoor swimming pool and spa. The Grove is a five star hotel located in Hertfordshire’s countryside. It has a tennis court, a golf course, swimming pool, a spa among other luxurious activities. It has four restaurants with well-trained chefs matching the accommodation offered.