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The Sword Inn Hand
The Sword Inn Hand
Westhill

Buntingford
Hertfordshire

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Welcome to the website of our delightful 14th century free house, set in the picturesque village of Westmill in Hertfordshire. We are within easy reach of Royston, Stansted, Duxford and Hertford, ideally situated in the A1/M11 corridor.Inspired chef, Peter Moor, takes great pleasure in creating mouth-watering menus from fresh, local produce delivered to us daily. In our renowned restaurant, you can relax and enjoy being looked after by our well trained and attentive staff and delight in the best that Hertfordshire has to offer. No matter what your taste, be it for meat, fish, vegetarian or have special dietary* needs, then we are sure that you will have a memorable meal. The wealth of oak beams, flag floor and open fireplace welcomes you to our bar where you will find both excellent local ales and guest beers together with a fine range of wines and spirits. If you would prefer, then you can choose from either our bar menu or a range of tempting chef’s specials.We enjoy calm, peaceful and well appointed surroundings and, as our guests, you can take pleasure in the unique quality and charm of our luxury, en-suite bedrooms. Each one individually styled with splendid views over the garden, open countryside and the village church. All rooms are en-suite and have television, mini-fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, a phone and internetPlease Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1100.

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