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3.5-star apartment in Hemel Hempstead
1 Double Bed and 1 Queen Bed
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Stylish apartment located in Apsley Village, ideally located for exploring the Hertfordshire countryside and the delights of central London and Harry Potter Studios.
Beautifully decorated apartment with soft furnishings and a country feel. Fully equipped to ensure your holiday is a home to home experience. The property has been popular with holiday travellers since 2018, short term corporate lets as well as family members visiting relatives in the area for Christmas.
Central London - 20 mins away by train.
Warner Brothers Studio Tours (the making of Harry Potter) - 15 mins away by car.
Ascot - 60 mins away by car.
Hemel Hempstead Town Centre - 5 mins away by car.
The Snow Centre - 10 mins away by car.
Verulamium Park & Museum - 20 mins away.
The Rex Cinema - is 20 mins away by car.
Set in a historic village (Apsley Village), the apartment is opposite the Grand Union Canal and a beautiful marina, and 15 minutes walk from Apsley Village with its boutique shops, restaurants and pubs. Hemel Hempstead town centre, shopping mall and the historic city of St Albans and Watford are within easy reach.
It was the construction of the trunk canal (later to be called the Grand Union Canal) between London and the Midlands through the valley in 1798 that began its industrial rise of the area at the start of the 19th century. The canal gave an easy way of transporting the raw and manufactured products to and from the mills.
John Dickinson, the inventor of a new method of continuous papermaking, purchased an existing mill in the area inThere is record of paper making already taking place nearby at this time. Housing for managers was built on the old Manor Farm, higher up the hill towards Felden, in the grounds of the Manor Estate, today known as Shendish Manor. Production peaked during the Second World War. The site was however not ideal for large scale papermaking in the 20th century and later became a warehouse and distribution centre for products made elsewhere. The last John Dickinson warehouse closed inThere is a National Paper Museum called the Paper Trail in some remaining mill buildings. Paper continued to be made until 2006.
The Victorian shops that grew up when it was a mill town now house newsagents, public houses, restaurants, and a range of small businesses. The Housing developments combining the canal side location with the ease of access to Apsley railway station have been very successful.
Repeat Visit Packages in the same or following year -25% discount on standard rates (minimum stay 7 nights), complimentary dining for two funded by owner worth Gbp 70 Or luxury welcome pack on arrival, concierge service on arrival.
We offer free Wifi during your stay!
Breakage deposit: EUR 592.64 per stay
This property accepts credit or debit cards, Visa and Mastercard.