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Offley Place Country House Hotel
Kings Walden Road
Great Offley

Hitchin
Hertfordshire

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Offley Place is a country house set in its own spacious grounds and built in the 17th century for Sir Richard Spencer in the pretty Hertfordshire village of Great Offley. The village of Great Offley has all the charm you would expect from a pretty English village. It is reputed to be named after Offa, King of Mercia who had his palace here. Today it is an ideal spot for a relaxing break, conference or a special occasion.

The restaurant at Offley Place is open for lunches and dinners each day, we also offer morning coffee and afternoon tea in the Twiddy lounge. Our head chef gained his experience in some of Londonís best restaurants and has prepared a contemporary menu containing dishes which feature many classical British dishes given a modern twist along side many continental favourites. If you have a special occasion and would like a private dining room with your own dedicated Butler. We will be pleased to work with you to produce your special menu.

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Double: From £120
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