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Hoddesdon is a charming town located in the County of Hertfordshire along the River Lee. One of the most famous attractions in the town is Lea Valley Park spread over thousands of acres. Its diverse landscape allows visitors to enjoy its wildlife, cycling, canoeing, rowing, and much more.
Some of the major attractions in Hoddesdon for the kids include Hayes Hill Farm, a place where they can enjoy a close encounter with animals of the furry kind. Holyfield Hall Farm offers the opportunity to learn all about dairy farming. Another popular attraction is the 15th century Rye House. All that remains of the fortified manor house is the gatehouse. It was among the first brick buildings and finest medieval moated sites in the county. A guided tour of the building will help you discover the history of the Gatehouse through interactive touch screens and displays. There is a viewing platform from where you can enjoy views of the Lea and Stort Valleys. Bus routes C3 and 392 take you to the Rye House. Close by is the ancient woodland of Epping Forest. The woodland has a rich legacy and was a hideout for the royals during the Tudor and Elizabethan eras. One of the surviving structures that is proof of the legacy is the Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, built by Henry VIII. A day at the Rye-assic Adventure Park on Rye Road is just what the kids would love. There are slides, trampolines, boat rides, crazy golf, and plenty of food and drink too.
The Roydon Mill Motel located in the heart of Roydon Mill Leisure Park offers comfortable accommodation with stunning views of the River Stort in the heart of the Lea Valley. The railway station is walking distance from the hotel with direct links to London and Stansted Airprot. The dining area offers a varied menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Woodland Lodge offers the perfect getaway only 2 minutes from Hoddesdon town centre. The hotel is right next door to the Old English Country pub and close to Paradise Wildlife Park and the Rye House Speedway. The tariff includes free English breakfast while the rooms are well appointed with wi-fi, satellite TV, and tea/coffee making facilities. There are some great camping facilities at Lee Valley Caravan Park at Dobbs Weir on Essex Road.
Hoddesdon has a sizeable Italian community that immigrated to the Lea Valley in the 1950s. Make sure to attend the Festival of San Antonio if you happen to be in the town in June and join in the revelry in the street procession. If you are looking for a place to down a few pegs or cocktails, the small town is sure not to disappoint. The Rose & Crown on Amwell Street is one of the popular watering holes. The other alternative on the same street is Sun with a vast menu of wine, beers, and ales. On Station Road close by in Broxbourne is Kingfisher Public House, one of the liveliest on the weekends. Located on High Street also in Broxbourne is Bull, a short distance from Hoddesdon.