Ardmore House

Address: 54 Lemsford Road, Saint Albans, Hertfordshire, England, AL1 3PR, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 54 Lemsford Road, Saint Albans, is near Hatfield House, Mosquito Aircraft Museum, Royal National Rose Society Gardens, and Wimbledon Village Stables.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Albans

    St Albans, worth getting off the train?

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Feb 18, 2015

    2 comments, 19 photos

    Having whizzed past St Albans many times on the train and looked across to see the massive cathedral on the hill it was a welcome visit to somewhere new that we did with our good friends John and Rita.

    We arrived at St Albans City railway station which is about a half a mile walk from the centre and conveniently provides good connections for trains from Derby.

    Our Wednesday visit coincided with market day so the centre was busy ...


    A travel blog entry by lyndalw on Feb 12, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... the elements longer than others...) I boarded the shuttle back to the Visitor's Centre for a hot chocolate, the shop and a look about the museum which was most interesting and included some replica houses from the day outside.

    On return to London Andrew & I went to the 'Queens Arms' pub in Queens Gate Mews near Gloucester Road tube for a nibble and drink while the girls picked up a ...

    Rememberance Day

    A travel blog entry by jlmcclure on Nov 11, 2014

    ... a quick look and to buy another bag (our cases were a bit heavy to take home). We went to a store called Primark, it was a bit like a K-mart or a Target, very busy and quite cheap. We found a bag and then wandered the few blocks back to our hotel. For dinner we just wanted to eat and run as we were pretty buggered. We went to an old English pub not far from the hotel, had a quick bite to eat and headed back to the ...

    London- Part 2

    A travel blog entry by lyndalandtom on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... played a key role in the measurement of longitude and of time, which were crucial for navigation and hence for Britain's global trade and empire. The Greenwich Meridian is marked on the ground at the observatory; however we did not wish to spend a few hours waiting in the queue to have our photos taken on the line, so we were content to observe it from a few metres away. Apart from the crowds, the Observatory is in a lovely location, set among a vast green park with a ...

    "You're Awfully Lovely for a Bloke"

    A travel blog entry by anord12 on Jul 19, 2014

    7 comments, 46 photos

    ... afternoon tea" and a bird flew from behind me and landed on my table, trying to grab my scone. I think it was a seagull, but don't seagulls live by the sea? Maybe it was just a gull... if that's a thing. I KNOW some of you assume I'm exaggerating but its wingspan was at least 2 feet and landed MAYBE 1 foot in front of me. Of course I screamed, as did people sitting nearby, and left my table immediately. Aside from that incident Bath was well-worth the ...