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Eagle Inn
"Having arrived very early for a meeting in Kings Langley, I Googled 'breakfast in Kings Langley' and found The Eagle... the best breakfast I have every had! The food arrived ..." More

Cart & Horses
"visted the pub for a booked table and to our surprise only two more couples,were having meals.this was 8.30pm. I ordered pork with crackling,and my wife a chicken meal.My pork ..." More

Cart & Horses
"The Cart and Horses was our lunch stop for our annual Sunday walk and we were not disappointed. We arrived in the rain and stripped off and dried off ..." More

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In-between Hemel Hempstead and Watford, near the M25 viaduct across the River Gade valley and on the edge of the Chiltern Hills is the village of Kings Langley. The village boasts a phenomenal history, from Roman settlement origins to being the site of a fourteenth century palace used by the Plantagenet kings of England, hence the name Kings and incredible transport connections. Also, The Rudolf Steiner School opened in 1949 and is one of the longest-established Steiner Waldorf schools in the UK. Kings Langley was the home of Ovaltine but the imposing factory facade is now all that is left. The former Ovaltine Egg Farm was incorporated into an eco friendly energy efficient office suite in 2004, with a highly visible wind turbine, illuminated at Christmas. The Grand Union canal and the West Coast Main Line railway pass on the east side, however, the canal has been and still is fundamental in bringing trade to the village and there is a railway station. The lock keepers cottage is charming, functional and the lock sequence provides an interesting walk along towpaths. There are 2 large hotels in the village, a Premier Travel Inn and the more elaborate De Vere Hunton Park, being a mansion house hotel set in 22acres of gorgeous gardens.

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Kings Lodge Hotel

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Kings Langley Country Market

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Boot Inn
Cart & Horses
Eagle Inn
Old Palace
Royal Oak
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La Casetta

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A1 Airport Taxis

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Kings Langley (Amateur Football)
Kings Langley CC (Cricket)

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Chipperfield Pet Shop
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The Little Shop
MS Rickett
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The Village Florists
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Premier Inn Kings Langley (0.07 miles)

Premier Inn Kings Langley
Ideally located within easy reach of the M25 and M1. Conveniently located for Kings Langley train station. For shops and local amenities Hemel Hempstead town centre is only 3 miles away. Our Kings Langley Premier Inn ... More | visit website
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Harlequin Executive Apartments (0.16 miles)

Harlequin Executive Apartments

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This delightful luxury apartment overlooking the Grand Union canal close to the village of Kings Langley ideally situated close to the M25 & M1 within 20 minutes of London. Only ... More

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Shendish Manor Hotel (1.29 miles)

Shendish Manor Hotel

Shendish Manor is a splendid manor house set in 160 acres of idyllic Hertfordshire countryside, yet with excellent road and rail links close by. The well-appointed bedrooms and four poster suites have every modern facility ... More | visit website

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Hunton Park (1.40 miles)

Hunton Park

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In 22 acres of beautiful rural Hertfordshire parkland, this charming and elegant house is near Watford, just off the M25 and M1 motorways, and easily accessible from Heathrow Airport. Conveniently close to ... More

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Kings Lodge Hotel (1.66 miles)

Kings Lodge Hotel

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Built in 1642 and used as a hunting lodge by King Charles I. Some original features are still maintained. considered most beautiful lodge in the region. Fine indian cuisine with ... More

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Two Brewers (1.96 miles)

Two Brewers

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Dating back to the 18th century and in a picturesque location overlooking Chipperfield Common, The Two Brewers exudes character and charm with its open fires and stone floored tap room. ... More

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Travelodge Hemel Hempstead (2.44 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 Hemel Hempstead Central (2.53 miles)

Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Maylands Avenue industrial estate. Ideally located within easy reach of the M1 and M25. Whipsnade zoo is an attraction nearby. ... More | visit website
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Boxmoor Lodge Hotel (2.75 miles)

Boxmoor Lodge Hotel

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Boxmoor Lodge Hotel is located just off junction 20 of the M25 and is probably Hertfordshire’s best kept secret for the discerning visitor looking for peace and tranquillity after a ... More

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Alexandra Guest House (2.94 miles)

Alexandra Guest House

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Alexandra Guest House, a 20 Bedroomed Hotel Situated in Hemel Hempstead Hemel Hempstead is well served by motorways, main roads and rail. It is 30 mins. drive from Heathrow or ... More

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