I stayed here for one night on Monday 7th July.Ample parking, nice gardens,good restaurant and bar area. My meal was just a main but very good. Nice selection of wines. O2 wi-fi although my lap top was playing up. Pleasant bedroom and bathroom with a decent shower !!Lastly the staff............just GREAT every one I dealt with was cheerful, polite, helpful and could not do enough. It was very refreshing. The 'star of the show' was Erika a serious multi-tasker and a happy smily face no matter what she was doing. I would never have guessed she had only been there two weeks, she has the place well run and no matter how busy, she finds the time to help her customers. Look her up if you go for a visit. NB of Chichester
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This carefully restored former coaching inn is one of the most characterful hotels in the St Albans area. Surrounded by villages like Frogmore, South Mimms and Colney Heath, it's a welcome escape whether on a short break or a business trip.The pretty village of London Colney gives you the best of both worlds. Sitting near the quiet river of Colne it provides the perfect, peaceful getaway - yet it's only 45 minutes away from Central London, via Junction 22 of the M25. And with 13 en-suite rooms and a cosy pub serving hearty, freshly prepared food, the lodge is as comfortable as it is convenient.St Albans itself is a bustling town where you can visit the second largest cathedral in the UK. You could also enjoy a tipple or two, as it's reputed to have the most pubs of any town in the country. Nearby you might want to explore Broad Colney Lakes Nature Reserve or dip into Roman life at the fascinating Verulamium Museum. ... more less
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