Premier Inn Waltham Abbey

Address: The Grange - Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, Essex, England, EN9 3QF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Grange - Sewardstone Road, Waltham Abbey, is near The Electric, 2 Willow Road, Lee Valley Regional Park, and Electric Avenue.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Waltham Abbey

    The Royal Parks top ten things to do this autumn

    A travel blog entry by fergusbrandon on Nov 28, 2014

    ... in every gadget or object.

    Hyde Park International offers typical Shaftesbury generosity with warmness and geniality. The hotel employees, members are enormously amiable and welcoming and focus to all requirements of the inn guests punctually. The concierge facility makes sure that all their reservations whether for airline reservations, or else for theatre seats are done as and when necessary by the ...

    London Calling

    A travel blog entry by broomy on Sep 19, 2014

    12 photos

    ... took in her first real London scene. For those who don't know, she has been desperate to get to London for years and of all the things we have planned this trip, whenever anyone asked what she was most excited about, her answer was always "just London generally". We jumped on the Original Bus Tour with the intention to just park our bottoms and enjoy the ride. This is my third time to London and it still takes my breath away and I was so happy to see Tanya feels ...

    London Jewels

    A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 64 photos

    ... watch house surrounding the edge of the castle where the guards would keep strict watch, as well as a moat. In the later half of the 19th Century the royal family started to leave the castle for other palaces around London as the building were in need of restoration.

    Today the Tower is simply a historical icon and significant English tourist attraction. The most famous building of the castle is where the royal jewels are kept. This is what people come to ...

    London... The wait is over!

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... at hand. The freight company boss owed Tyra a favour and agreed to letting us uncrate the bike in his yard and dispose of the waste. (A waste disposal fee was, not surprisingly, incurred.)

    There were no import duties to be paid, just the freight handling, customs clearance, and waste disposal, in total $845.00. Hefty enough, but our freight from Aus to UK was only $365.00!

    It was a relief to unload Crumpet with ...

    Quick Catch Up

    A travel blog entry by hazelgault on May 20, 2013


    This is our fifth stay at Waltham Abbey this year. It is within walking distance of Cheshunt along the towpath so we can get back to Mels quite easily. Thought I would just give you a quick catch up of where we are at the moment and what our plans are.

    We have booked a one week stay at Royston Marina (which is NE of Letchworth) beginning this Wednesday as we are going to have a long weekend ...