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Ware Country Market
"I visited Ware Country Market this week and I thought it had lovely friendly atmosphere and a selection of home baked goods to make your mouth water! The craft stall ..." More

Waggon & Horses
"Will not be going back. Overpriced menu. beer off. No atmosphere in the place whatsoever. Miserable staff. Overall a terrible experience.

Date visited: 05.02.12 ..." More

Fanhams Hall
"Very impressive building with lovely gardens. Our room was in the newer annexe and was quite nice. Modern and clean, lovely big bathroom almost as big as the bedroom! Had ..." More

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Ware is a small town that has been central in many ages, dating back to prehistoric times of the Bronze Age and Iron Age and being prominent in, Saxon, Norman and Roman Britain, the town in those times was larger/wealthier than Hertford, which overshadows it now. Based near the River Lea, the Lea Navigation Canal and on the Roman Ermine Street, the town had many coaching inns and was the perfect location for the 17th century malting industry that dominated life, the last of which closed in 1994. There are still many inns (The Old Bulls Head has live music every Saturday night), malt houses and industry (now served by the A10 and rail links). There is no shortage of accommodation, cafes, restaurants or takeaways either and there’s a festival held annually in July. The River Lea provides fishing, pleasure cruising and is a main cycle route to Stansted Abbotts, the other route being along the old railway line towards Welwyn Garden City. Tucked away in amongst modern housing is a house made of shells – Scotts Grotto. It is the largest grotto in the UK and was restored to grandeur in 1990. It is open to the public every Saturday afternoon from April to September. Another historic treasure is Ware Priory, founded in 1338, a Grade 1 listed building that was granted a license for civil marriage ceremonies in 1995 and is open daily


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Roebuck Hotel (0.38 miles)

Roebuck Hotel

Originally built as a private home in the 19th century, the friendly Roebuck Hotel is located in a quiet position in the historic market town of Ware, yet within easy reach of the M1, M25 ... More | visit website

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Fanhams Hall (1.09 miles)

Fanhams Hall

Fanhams Hall is a very Majestic Jacobean Mansion set in 27 Acres of Landscaped Gardens. The grounds include a unique Japanese Garden complete with waterfall, ponds, bridges and an ornamental Tea House. We even have ... More | visit website

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Hanbury Manor Hotel (1.32 miles)

Hanbury Manor Hotel

Marriott Hanbury Manor is set in 200 acres of Hertfordshire parkland, yet is only 25 miles north of London. Known as 'London's favourite Hotel & Country Club' and winner of the ETC 'Hotel of the ... More | visit website

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Feathers Inn (1.99 miles)

Feathers Inn

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Situated in the pretty Hertfordshire village of Wadesmill, this beautifully preserved 17th-century coaching inn now combines modern comforts and facilities with traditional charm. The charming restaurant and traditional bar are at the ... More

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Mulberry House (2.00 miles)

Mulberry House
A Luxury Accommodation in the centre of Hertford Town on a private road(Free parking). Minutes walk away from many trendy and antique shops, restaurants, bars, several old English pubs, a brewery, a museum, and a ... More | visit website
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Parks Guest House (2.06 miles)

Parks Guest House

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Parks Guest House with its ample onsite parking is located just five minutes walk away from the centre of Hertfordshire's picturesque market town of Hertford.The town combines a wonderful mix ... More

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Masters House (2.26 miles)

Masters House

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The Hotel is set over two floors and each of the fourteen rooms are notably different to the next, equipped with Wi-Fi capability, LCD screens and unique hand picked furniture ... More

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Salisbury Arms Hotel (2.34 miles)

Salisbury Arms Hotel
Welcome – You have just found the friendliest hotel in Hertford. Known locally as The Salisbury, it is steeped in history and whilst retaining so many of its original charms now offers lovely accommodation in ... More | visit website
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Parks Serviced Apartments (2.69 miles)

Parks Serviced Apartments
2 bedroom luxury garden apartments located in quiet secure gated development overlooking river with security gate code and entryphone. Each apartment has fully equipped kitchen with Fridge / Freezer microwave washing machine / dryer dishwasher. ... More | visit website
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Apple Tree B&B (3.07 miles)

Apple Tree B&B
The Apple Tree luxury Bed & Breakfast in Hertford is a charming and peaceful country retreat offering a homely and welcoming atmosphere to guests all year round. Located within Hertfordshire, an area of outstanding English ... More | visit website

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