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The small town of Ware in the county of Hertfordshire dates back to prehistoric times. It was an important town in the Saxon, Norman and Roman Britain periods, and was famous for its coaching inns. The town is still home to many historic hotels and inns that still welcome visitors to the town all through the year. The River Lea provides many opportunities for fishing, pleasure cruising and is the main cycling trail to Standsted Abbotts. One of the town’s major attractions is a house made of shells – Scotts Grotto, the largest grotto in the UK that was restored to its full glory in 1990. The house is open to the public every Saturday from April to September.
Speaking of inns and malt houses, Ware has many that include the Old Bulls Head on Walcock Street, one of the oldest pubs with live music every Saturday night. Other hotels include Farnhams Hall, a majestic Jacobean mansion with a unique Japanese garden and croquet lawn. The historic hotel offers a choice of two modern bars, an air condition pavilion, and well appointed guest rooms. Alternatively, you may choose to stay at Feathers Inn, a 17th century inn located in the pretty village of Wadesmill. The hotel features a restaurant and bar with a wide choice of traditional British and vegetarian dishes. Meats and poultry take centre stage at the traditional carvery on Sundays. You will find the hotel just off the A10 London to Cambridge Road. A luxury stay awaits you at the Marriott Hanbury Manor. The historic hotel is set amidst 200 acres of parkland, just 25 miles north of London. It features a choice of award-winning restaurants and health and beauty facilities to enjoy a luxury stay.
The best way to enjoy Ware is to take a narrow boat trip along the River Lea. The river runs through the heart of Ware and is popular with boaters from all over the UK. Also worth visiting is the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. It is the parish church of Ware that was rebuilt in the late 14th century and is an architectural marvel in its own right. The Ware Priory is another 14th century house that is now the office of the Ware Town Council. Many of its original features such as the timber-roofed chamber with a massive crown post and cloisters still remain. Its riverside grounds are open to the public. The Ware Museum is located on the site of a WWII command bunker. On display at the museum is a collection of Iron Age and Roman pottery, a unique exhibition of Hitch Patent Bricks and an interactive, Archaelogical Dig for kids, and a touch screen kiosk.
High Street is where you will find many of the town’s cafes and restaurants. There's Belgique - a gourmet cafe and patisserie, and Casa Lua another popular haunt that serves Spanish cuisine. Tasty kebabs are on the menu at Esem Express Cafe while there's authentic Indian cuisine at La Spice Merchant. Visit Sala Thai on 34 High Street if you are looking for a truly Thai fare. Alternatively, you can hop over to China Red on Baldock Street for authentic Chinese cuisine.