Down Hall Country House Hotel

Address: Matching Road, Hatfield Heath, Hertfordshire, England, CM22 7AS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Matching Road, Hatfield Heath, is near Hatfield Forest Nature Reserve and The Ridgeway National Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Hatfield Heath

    Britain on our own

    A travel blog entry by robinlapham on Aug 09, 2015

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    We keep going and getting as much done as we can. Today we watched the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. We got there early so we could get a good spot to see because literally thousands of people show up for it. In the space of five minutes, I heard someone speaking German, Japanese, French and Italian. It's a wild scene but worth the wait. We then took off to see the British War Museum which had an excellent display and we literally closed ...

    7th day - RAF museum

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Jul 23, 2015

    ... We were even able to go into one of planes which was quite claustrophobic to me though very interesting. Of course once we were done with the last hangar we had to go to the gift shop. Mr wanted a toy airplane but unfortunately it was a bit large to take home so he had to pick something else. He ended up getting a war time kind of bus. Missy ended up getting a coin purse to keep her money in. Once we were done we ...

    Around London

    A travel blog entry by haydo on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... when they were locked in The Tower of London. Letters from Galileo. It was all incredible and we spent quite some time enjoying this experience. We then saw The Kings Library. This is housed in a glass tower and contains 85,000 volumes. It was the private collection of George 111. Its highlights include a Gutenberg Bible 1454, first printing of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales 1476. The collection was originally given to the British Museum by George ...

    Day 5: London, England

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... that constructed St Paul's). Wren completely transformed the eastern half of the palace , but before it was finished William and Mary died. Instead their Georgian successors were able to enjoy many Royal balls/concerts there before George III moved the court. He reigned until 1760, and in 1838 Queen Victoria ordered that the neglected Hampton Court be "thrown open to all her subjects." Under her rule restoration occurred and at two points the interior was closed: ...

    London continued

    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... street, regents street, Piccadilly Circus and Covent garden before heading towards the river. I decided I would continue on the bus taking in the sites until it arrives at parliament square. I promptly missed my stop at parliament square and hopped off at Buckingham Palace and made the walk back to take in Westminster Abbey and of course Big Ben. I then decided after ...