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Letchworth Hall Hotel
Letchworth Hall Hotel


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Postcode: SG6 | code search
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"Came here with a party of 8 adults and 7 children. The place was busy even at 5.45pm- which shows the popularity and that booking is a good idea! I ..." More

"best food in the world !!!!!!!!! love this place its all about ravioli l'artista you have to try this !!!! yummmmyyy xxx ..." More

"fresh food good vino cheap price great service what else would u need!!!! ..." More

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In 1903 Letchworth became the first Garden City in the world. This was the dream of Ebenezer Howard, who desperately wanted to decrease poverty in Edwardian society and strongly believed that a blend of the best features of town and country, and all profits from the town being used to help ordinary townspeople was the solution. He founded The First Garden City Heritage Museum in a beautiful 1907 designed house, which is open all year round, except Sundays, and charts the story of Letchworth from itís Garden City origins. Shopping facilities are plentiful on the tree-lined streets & Letchworth is very accessible being 5 minutes from the A1M, ample parking, a mainline train station and both Luton and Stansted airports in the vicinity. Eateries are numerous, thereís a cinema and a variety of places to stay to suit all budgets. There are parks and gardens throughout, providing green surroundings for numerous landmarks and home to another museum, also housed in an Edwardian building, including 4 art galleries with ever-changing exhibitions. This museum pays homage to an unusual resident of the area and the town mascot Ė the Letchworth Black Squirrel! Introduced at Woburn Park in Bedfordshire at the end of the last century the little creatures are a rare mutation of the common eastern grey. Letchworth certainly is a unique place.


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International Garden Cities Exhibition
Letchworth Museum & Art Gallery

Care Home

Freeman House


Ball Latin Ltd
Footsteps School Of Dancing
Yoga - Aum Shanti


Skyline Discos


North Hertfordshire District Council


Purlys Dental Practiceż


Dr Hellis G
Dr Langstaff RJ
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The Surgery

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Green House Community Market

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Globe (The)

Hoggs Head
Litten Tree
Two Chimneys


Blue Orchid
Eastern Paradise
Famous Chinese Restaurant
Globe (The)


Footsteps School Of Dancing
Saint Christopher School
St Francis' College


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Baldock Taxis
Ellens Taxis


Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Letchworth CC (Cricket)
Letchworth Garden City Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Letchworth Garden City RC (Rugby Union)
Letchworth TC Ltd (Tennis)

North Herts Road Runners (Athletics)
Whitewebbs CC (Cycling)


Davids Bookshops
W H Smith Ltd
Fabulous Flowers
Just for Me
Footsteps School Of Dancing
Bickerdikes Garden Centre
Thornes Garden Nursery
Pets At Home Ltd
Fairhaven Wholefoods Ltd
Moores Pharmacy
David Stern
Burr Shoes
The Shoe Box
Fair Trade Fairies
The Jewellery Box
ICAS - Vilas Fine Art

Nip In Cafe
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Letchworth Hall Hotel (0.95 miles)

Letchworth Hall Hotel

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A fine example of an English manor house, this beautiful 17th century hotel stands within 8 acres of mature landscaped grounds in Letchworth Garden City. Originally built in 1625, Letchworth Hall Hotel ... More

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant (1.97 miles)

Zeus Hotel and Restaurant

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant building is steeped in history, having been built as a private house and maltings in the early 18th century, when Baldock was a favourite watering place ... More

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Firs Hotel & Restaurant (2.75 miles)

Firs Hotel & Restaurant

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Conveniently located for visiting Stevenage, Letchworth, Luton and Henlow, this family-managed hotel and restaurant has easy access to the A1 (junction 8) and the M1 (junction 10). Enjoy comfortable accommodation, personal service ... More

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Sun Hotel (2.91 miles)

Sun Hotel
The Sun is a traditional coaching inn which has been an important landmark of historic Hitchin since the 1500s. Today's hotel features 32 comfortable en-suite bedrooms including two feature rooms, one with a four-poster for ... More | visit website
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Lord Lister Hotel (2.99 miles)

Lord Lister Hotel

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This refurbished hotel with free Wi-Fi was built in the late 18th century. It is located on the edge of the medieval market town of Hitchin. The charming family-run hotel has ... More

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Hitchin Priory (3.01 miles)

Hitchin Priory

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Set in 19 acres of beautiful tranquil parkland, yet only one minutesí walk from Hitchin town square, this attractive hotel was originally a Carmelite monastery built in 1317. With carefully preserved and ... More

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Redcoats Farmhouse Hotel (3.58 miles)

Redcoats Farmhouse Hotel
We felt that the atmosphere and environment so enjoyed by our family could be experienced and enjoyed by others. We do have bigger rooms avilable, mostly in the main house, at a slightly increased cost ... More | visit website
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Tudor Oaks Lodge (3.65 miles)

Tudor Oaks Lodge

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Tudor Oaks Lodge, on the A1, one mile past junction 10 northbound, is a complex of buildings with characteristic beams. All rooms have LCD TV. Luxe rooms have four-poster beds and jacuzzi baths, ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Stevenage North (3.66 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A1(M) and only 30 miles from London. Local attractions include historic Knebworth House, Knebworth Park and Hatfield House and Gardens. For shops and local amenities Stevenage town centre ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Baldock Hinxworth (3.74 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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