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A hotel in Hertfordshire allows you to experience the fabled home county EM Forster called 'England at its quietest' in 'Howards End'. Hertfordshire offers all the benefits of its close proximity to London and yet is home to masses of beautiful countryside and picturesque towns.

Town and city breaks in Hertfordshire

Staying in a Hertfordshire hotel will allow you to explore the beautiful towns of Letchworth and Welwyn, the first of Ebenezer Howard's Garden Cities, built in the early 20th century. The Welwyn Roman Baths, ruins from a small part of a 3rd century Roman villa, lie just north of the town. In the city of St Albans there's a thriving street market to peruse and the stunning St Albans Cathedral to marvel at. Head to little village Chorleywood for lovely country pubs and a heavenly treat or two from Manna Delicatessen.

Holidays in the Hertfordshire countryside

Your Hertfordshire hotel places you close to Lemsford Springs Natural Reserve, home to kingfishers, nesting kestrels, and other birds, as well as some unusual flowers and plants. Here you can watch the charming little green sandpipers dive for shrimps in the freshwater lagoons. Follow the beautiful Ayot Greenway, a former railway branch line, under bridges and through verdant woodlands. Outside Hatfield House you'll find acres of park to explore, including a maze and an ancient great oak tree - supposedly where Elizabeth I was playing as a young girl when she learnt she would accede to the throne in 1558. Near Ashridge Estate you can explore the enchanting Dockey Woods, which heave with bluebells in springtime.

Attractions in Hertfordshire

There are some mind-boggling exhibitions at the Natural History Museum at Tring. Look out for the model recreations of the long dormant dodo, and the tiny fleas dressed up as Mexican dancers. Join Charles Dickens and Sir Winston Churchill in counting yourself as a visitor of grand Knebworth House, a 500-year-old stately home in the north of the county. At the Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne you can hand-feed gorgeous white lions, compare the meerkats, or simply take a tour round the gardens. Visit Ayot St Lawrence during your short break to discover your inner poet; Shaw's Corner is the country residence George Barnard Shaw called home for 44 years. At the end of the garden still stands Bernard Shaw's unique little writing hut, which could be rotated on its steel-pole frame to follow the sunlight throughout the day. Step even further back in time in St Albans at the Verulamium Museum with its many displays and hands-on discovery areas. Book a hotel in Hertfordshire with Best Western to get the most out of this glorious county. Plan a short break here today.

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Tottenham Hotspur Crest. Picture courtesy club press office.
Tottenham Hotspur FC 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Arsenal FC 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Queens Park Rangers 2012/13

Opening times:
18 Aug 2012 - 19 May 2013 (annual)

Oysters and Champagne in the Trafalgar Roof Garden, London. Courtesy of Hilton
Trafalgar Roof Garden

Opening times:
Mon-Sat 5pm-11pm Apr - Dec 2013; not Sun (annual)

Hare spat. Animal Behaviour: Mammals - Runner-up. Morten Hilmer (Nationality - Denmark, Country of Residence - Denmark). © Morten Hilmer/Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009
Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Opening times:
Daily 10am-5.50pm Oct 2012 - Mar 2013 (annual)

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2003 World Darts Champion, John Part. © Getty Images
World Darts Championship

Dates Open:
15/12/2014 to 02/01/2015

Club Kali

Dates Open:
16/01/2015 to 16/01/2015
20/02/2015 to 20/02/2015
17/04/2015 to 17/04/2015
20/03/2015 to 20/03/2015
19/06/2015 to 19/06/2015
18/09/2015 to 18/09/2015
16/10/2015 to 16/10/2015
15/05/2015 to 15/05/2015
17/07/2015 to 17/07/2015
20/11/2015 to 20/11/2015
21/08/2015 to 21/08/2015

London Art Fair. Courtesy of London Art Fair
London Art Fair

Dates Open:
18/01/2015 to 22/01/2015

Blind Summit's The Table at the London International Mime Festival
London International Mime Festival

Dates Open:
10/01/2015 to 25/01/2015

A colourful character at the New Year's Day Parade, London. Courtesy of the New Year's Day Parade
New Year's Day Parade

Dates Open:
01/01/2015 to 01/01/2015

GILT-edged tickets . . . Well, at least cheap tickets via Get into London Theatre. Image, Society of Londn Theatre
Get Into London Theatre

Dates Open:
01/01/2015 to 10/02/2015

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