Kidzone, Berkhamsted

We offer the ultimate in play experiences at our impressive indoor adventure playground based in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. Enjoy a rest while the kids go wild!

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The Pottery Project, Berkhamsted

The Pottery Project in Berkhamsted is a great place to meet friends, bring the kids or just indulge you in creativity. We offer a range of pottery for you to paint, children's workshops and parties, as well as a cafe serving delicious snacks and drinks. Creative fun for all ages!

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Ronnie Sunshines, Berkhamsted

Award winning retailer Ronnie Sunshines
has 3 fantastic indoor gun ranges suitable for everyone from 7 to 107. Beginners or old hands you want be disappointed. Ronnie's is the perfect safe place to give shooting a go as our expert staff will be more than happy to offer you all the advice and help you need You can hire a gun or bring your own.

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Berkhamsted Castle, Berkhamsted

The  Society has provided 16 panels depicting the history of Berkhamsted Castle, on display in the Castle Visitor Room, open Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays,10am-6pm. Guided tours are also provided throughout the year, on request, for school and other groups. These also include, if required, tours of the historic sites of the town centre. Admission is free but donations are requested for guided tours.

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Berkhamsted Local History & Museum Society

“The aim of the Berkhamsted Local History & Museum Society is to encourage the study and appreciation of local history, genealogy and other subjects of historical interest. 

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St Peter's Church - Berkhamsted

This is one of the largest churches in Hertfordshire dating from the 13th Century. Extended and added to over the centuries it reached its present size in the 15th Century and has many notable monuments and memorials.

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The Court House, Berkhamsted

The Court House dates from the Tudor period formerly had two storeys.  As a result of the Royale Charter of 1618 (James I) a Court of Records was held here.  In 1838 the building become part of the National School, when the adjoining house was built for the headmaster.

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Dean Incent’s House, Berkhamsted

Dates from the later half of the 15th Century but incorporates part of an even older structure.  It was used as a public meeting place before the Court House was built.  It was the home of Robert Incent secretary to Cicely, The Duchess of York at Berkhamsted Castle.  Robert’s son, John, later Dean of St.Paul’s was born here.  Je was the founder of Berkhamsted School.

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Berkhamsted Town Hall

Berkhamsted Town Hall

Built in 1859 as a Market House, Community Hall and premises for the Mechanics’ Institute, was designed by Edward Buckton Lamb.  It replaced a Tudor market house near present-day Tesco, destroyed by fire in 1854.  The clock was erected in 1897 in memory of Thomas Read, a local timber merchant who was very active in the community, a Country Councillor and served on a number of local boards.

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Sayers’ Almshouses, Berkhamsted

These were built in 1684 as the result of a gift of £1,000 left in trust by John Sayer, chief cook to Charles II, to provide accommodation for six poor widows.  Sayer lived at Berkhamsted Place and his tomb is in St Peter’s Church.

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Ashridge Estate, Ashridge

5000 acres of countryside designated both a SSSI and an AONB with miles of footpaths to guide you through ancient woodland, open parkland, and chalk downland. Relax and unwind in idyllic picnic sports, sample freshly made food at the Brownlows Cafe or indulge some retail therapy at the National Trust Shop.

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The Grand Union Canal

The Grand Union Canal is Britain's longest, the trunk route of the canals, linking London to Birmingham passing through rolling Countryside, industrious towns peaceful villages. 

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The Rex, Berkhamsted

This Art Deco cinema, designed by David Nye in 1936, has been restored and re-opened

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From days out to weekend short breaks, Dacorum offers an array of accommodation types to suite every visitor, family friendly to couples and groups.

Best Western Watermill Hotel, Bourne End

Best Western The Watermill is situated in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, surrounded by the banks of the River Bulbourne, and built around an old flour mill.
Our hotel provides an enchanting and unique location for events.

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The Kings Arms, Bekhamsted

At The Kings Arms in Berkhamsted, you can be sure of a cosy night's sleep. Each of our 14 en-suite rooms, inspired by local author Graham Greene, comes with super-comfy beds, bags of individual character and a few homely touches.

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The Pennyfarthering Hotel, Berkhamsted

The Pennyfarthering Hotel is located in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, close to the Grand Union Canal. We offer all the comfort and convenience of a large hotel, but with the friendliness and personal service you can only find in a small private establishment.

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Premier Inn West, Bourne End

Ideally located within each reach of the M1 and M25. Whipsnade Zoo is a local attraction to this Premier Inn. For shopw and local amenities Hemel Hempstead town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Hemel Hempstead West Premier Inn has everthing you'd expevt, incredibly comfy beds in every room and relaxd dining in The Kitchen offering a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes.

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Berkhamsted has much for visitors to enjoy. You will find a whole lot of things to do here in Berkhamsted.

From world class extreme sports facilities to areas of outstanding natural beauty.

Berkhamsted is located in the borough of Dacorum in West Hertfordshire to the north of London.  Dacorum embraces the new town of Hemel Hempstead, the historic market towns of Berkhamsted and Tring as well as picturesque villages and rural locations.

With its mix of well-known attractions and hidden treasures Berkhamsted is a great place to discover - whether you want to explore and escape or relax and unwind you will find all you need for a perfect stay.