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Berkhamsted is one the most attractive locations in the Chiltern Hills and is a conservation area surrounded by a beautiful countryside. The town is set on the Grand Union canal and was an important route linking London with the West Midlands during the industrial revolution. The town has a rich history and was the venue where William the Conqueror was offered the crown in 1066. One of Berkhamsted’s major attractions is its Norman castle that is well worth a visit. The castle, now in ruins, was once a country retreat of the Norman rulers.
The town is easily accessible by train and road as well. Trains originating from London Euston station to Milton Keynes stop at Berkhamsted and run every 15 minutes. A 30-minute journey takes you from London to the town. Most sights in Berkhamsted are within walking distance while you can utilise the local bus service as well. Choice Cars have a taxi office right next to the railway station and can be contacted on 01442 875100.
Along with its magnificent countryside, Berkhamsted has plenty of places to explore. Everyone heads to the Berkhamsted Castle on White Hill for a taste of the town’s rich history. The motte-and-bailey ruins seen today, date back to the mid 12th century. Over the years, it has been home to several notable people including Thomas Becket and the Black Prince. Entry to the castle now managed by the English Heritage is free. During summer you can visit the castle between 10am to 6pm while it shuts 2 hours earlier in winter. Another interesting landmark is The Rex Cinema, located in a fine Art Deco building on High Street. The picture house is known for its luxurious interiors and was designed by David Evelyn Nye in 1938. What used to be the foyer and dining room is now a bar and restaurant. If you are feeling lucky, put your name in the hat for the seat raffle, and you get to see a free movie. The Grand Junction Canal has a wonderful walking trail where you can experience the best of the town, its canal-front pubs and boat houses. There are plaques along the walking trail with historical information and descriptions of various landmarks along the way. The Chilterns Cycleway, a cycle route runs through the town along the canal and is a nice way to soak in the most of Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Bedforshire.
Berkhamsted isn’t short of places to eat and drink. There’s a gastro-pub menu at The Old Mill on London Road. The restaurant is housed in a former Victorian mill building and is one of the popular haunts today. Carluccio’s, on High Street offers contemporary Italian cuisine and also includes a delicatessen shop. Alternatively, you can head over to Kings Arms, also on High Street for some real ales, fine wines, and traditional British cuisine. A few blocks away is The Gatsby, a stylish cocktail bar and restaurant located in the former dining room of The Rex Cinema.