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Jolly Bricklayers
"I really enjoyed drinking in this pub i found the staff polite and the locals friendly with an all round good atmosphire verry down to earth pub i felt really ..." More

Theobalds Park
"Good Points: Clean rooms, amazing gardens Bad Points: The lift was not working and had to lift the pram up the stairs General review: It was nice weekend, the hotel was ..." More

"We booked a table but shouldn't have bothered as no body took any notice of us when we arrived, so found ourselves a table and forced a member of staff ..." More

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The modern appearance of this East Hertfordshire town belies its history, as it was already well established by the time of its appearance in the Doomsday Book of 1086 (as Chestrehunt). Situated on the A10 London to Cambridge road, Cheshunt lies just to the West of the River Lee (or Lea) on which is Lee Valley Park, a large park providing recreation to those interested in water sports. The colourful and very floral Old Pond marks the traditional centre of the town, although to the west lies the historical Churchgate area which includes Bishops' College, St Mary's Church, Whit Hern Park and the 16th century Green Dragon Inn. A conservation area protects the historic parts of Cheshunt, including the buildings of Dewhurst Charity School (1640) and the nearby houses in Churchgate. It was here that the Cromwell family lived and the grandson of the Lord Protector lies buried in the churchyard. Cheshunt School is a Foundation Technology College. This college uses their specialist status to raise standards of achievement and the quality of learning in design, technology, science and maths. The town also has a business centre and a good out-of-town retail park, including one of the largest Marks and Spencers in Hertfordshire.


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Todbrook Veterinary Group

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Broxbourne Borough V & E (Amateur Football)
Cheshunt (Amateur Football)
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Cheshunt A.B.C. (Boxing)

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Cristal Chemist
B G Juniper
Creative Thinking
Creative Thinking
Whistle Stop Cafe
Windmill Cafe
LW Ripley
Lynnes Florist
Amanda Jane Flowers
Rosemary's House of Flowers
Tiger Lillys
Champagne & Roses
Appleby Street Farm
River Island

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Theobalds Park (1.51 miles)

Theobalds Park

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Located 10 miles (16 km) from London, this Georgian mansion has 55 acres of beautiful parkland, modern facilities and easy access from most London airports and Liverpool Street train station. The elegant ... More

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YHA Lee Valley (1.57 miles)

YHA Lee Valley
All kinds of activities are available at this lakeside hostel. Itís in the heart of the beautiful Lee Valley Park, but is only 25 minutes from the sights and sounds of Central London by train. ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Cheshunt (1.82 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Enfield (2.79 miles)

Premier Inn Enfield
Ideally located within easy reach of the M25 and North Circular. Local attractions include Tottenham Hotspurs football ground, Alexandra Palace and Middleton Gardens to name but a few. Access to central London from this hotel ... More | visit website
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Ponsbourne Park (3.04 miles)

Ponsbourne Park
The Ponsbourne Park is surrounded by over 200 acres and set in the peaceful oasis of the Hertfordshire countryside, the combination of space, tranquility and friendly staff will help you feel quickly at home at ... More | visit website
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Mulberry Lodge Hertford (3.45 miles)

Mulberry Lodge Hertford

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Within a short drive of Hertford town centre, this charming country retreat offers a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
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Holtwhites Hotel (3.68 miles)

Holtwhites Hotel

The Holtwhites Hotel has recently been refurbished and is designed for both the business executive and visitors to ENFIELD who require quality en-suite accomodation at affordable rates. We are pleased to announce that all rooms ... More | visit website

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Enfield Royal Chace Hotel (3.75 miles)

Enfield Royal Chace Hotel

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The Royal Chace Hotel is set in 6 acres of beautiful unspoilt rolling countryside, overlooking spectacular views and woodlands. Yet only a few minutes from junction 24 on the M25 ... More

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Woodland Lodge (3.82 miles)

Woodland Lodge

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation - Self- Contained Lodges - Adjacent to Old English Country pub serving evening meals.Rural Location - Exceptionally peaceful - only 2 mins from Hoddesdon town centre, 5 mins Hertford, 30mins Broxbourne ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Waltham Abbey (3.90 miles)

Premier Inn Waltham Abbey
This Premier Inn hotel is situated in a quiet location opposite Lea Valley Wildlife Conservation Park, near to historic 7th Century Waltham Abbey Church, Royal Gunpowder Mills and Enfield. Positioned within easy reach of the ... More | visit website

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