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Located 20 miles north of London is the old town of Hatfield in the English country of Hertfordshire. The town is best known for its historic, stately home, Hatfield House. The home has connections with British royalty over the centuries which includes Queen Elizabeth I. Hatfield was a former base for De Havilland while the Comet commercial jetliner was also manufactured here until 1993. Much of the old town revolves around Hatfield House, and the 13th century parish church of St. Etheldreda on Fore Street. The New Town is around 65 years old that boasts of a traffic-free shopping centre.
Hatfield is well placed on the A1(M) with excellent road and rail connections. It has good links to airports, which include London Luton Airport and Stansted Airport. Getting around the town is easy. UNO buses operate around the area. The train station has links to Stevenage to the north and London Kings Cross to the south, a 22-minute ride.
One of the most visited places in the town is Hatfield House. The stunning Jacobean house features a wing of the Tudor Royal Palace and has been the home of the Cecil family for over 4 centuries. The historic home is surrounded by magnificent parkland and is home to a restaurant and gift shop.
Shoppers are sure to be pleasantly surprised at what Hatfield has to offer. There is an open-air market held twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at the town shopping centre. On the first Saturday, a ‘Farmers and Craft market’ attracts many visitors from all over. There are over 80 stores, food outlets and a cinema at The Galleria, located at Comet Way, off the A1(M), between junctions 3 and 4. The shopping mall is home to stores that cover the best of the high street names, specialty stores, electronics, fashion and health & beauty. Brands include Austin Reed, Marks and Spencer, HMV, Whittard of Chelsea, and more. To whet your appetite, there is Nando’s, Frankie and Benny’s, Chili’s, and Fine Burger, to name a few. For some entertainment, you can hop over to the digital 9-screen Odeon cinema also located at the mall.
If you are looking for comfortable and affordable accommodation, Hatfield leaves you spoilt for choice. Beales Hotel at Comet Way is one of the modern 4-star hotels to offer a wide range of amenities. Another popular hotel suitable for both business and leisure travellers is the Premier Inn Hatfield. The hotel is located on Lemsford Road just a stone’s throw from all the major attractions including the historic St. Albans, Hatfield House, and Hatfield Business Park. It is within easy access of the train station with direct connections to London and Cambridge.
When it comes to food, there are restaurants in Hatfield to suit every taste. For an authentic fare, you can visit Turan Bar & Indian Tapas Restaurant at Tamblin Way. The restaurant is known for its good food and service. There’s Tex-Mex served at Chiquito in Comet Way, a Mexican restaurant with everything from burritos to tacos, sizzling fajitas, cocktails, tequilas, mocktails, and a fine selection of wine.