41 High Street Old Town Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire HP1 3AF
Trading Style : Town centre – chameleon
• 17th century High Street coaching inn in old town Hemel Hempstead.
• Beautiful period property overlooking the old town hall, St Mary’s church and a range of traditional quaint shops.
• 8 award winning en-suite letting rooms.
The 16th Century Inn is a listed building full of charm and character and is located next to Gadebridge Park, opposite the Old Town Hall Theatre and only minutes from the main business area of the town. Whether it be an overnight stay, a quiet drink or meal with family or friends we guarantee a warm welcome and relaxing environment.
This pub has recently renovated a number of their letting rooms and have three standard doubles, one twin room, one family room with one double and one single bed and two delux rooms which are larger and located in the older part of the hotel with beams and character features. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, large showers in the en-suites and all include a full English breakfast.
Chef Penny makes all of the food on premise, from the famous Olde Kings Arms Pies to other pub classics and a range of Stonebaked Pizzas. They source food from local suppliers wherever possible and they are always happy to about their food origins and rnge of Charles Wells beers, brewed locally in Bedford.