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Welcome to Premier Inn Welwyn Garden City

Address: Stanborough Road, Hatfield, AL8 6DQ

Hotel Description

Premier Inn Welwyn Garden City is about a mile from the train station, close to the A1(M) and a few miles from Hatfield Galleria shopping centre. Trains from Welwyn Garden City frequently run into Central London. The hotel has free parking and an on-site, family-friendly Beefeater pub/restaurant. Each room has a great bed, and some rooms at Premier Inn can take 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 16 years). The 2 children also get a free full breakfast when accompanied by an adult eating a full breakfast. The full all-you-can-eat breakfast has the expected cooked items, including vegetarian sausages, as well as a wide continental selection.

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Welwyn Garden City Campus - University

Welwyn Garden City Campus - University

Distance 0.92 miles (1.48 km)
The attractive Welwyn Garden City Campus is close to the town's Howard Centre that includes shopping facilities and a mainline rail link to Stevenage, Letchworth and London Kings Cross.

Hatfield House - Historical Houses

Hatfield House - Historical Houses

Distance 2.25 miles (3.61 km)
Hatfield House was built by Robert Cecil, first Earl of Salisbury and Chief Minister to King James I, in 1611. This celebrated Jacobean house, which stands in its own Great Park, has been in the Cecil family ever since, and is the home of the Marquess of Salisbury. The State Rooms are rich in world-famous paintings, exquisite furniture, fine tapestries and historic armour. Superb examples of Jacobean craftsmanship can be seen throughout Hatfield house, such as the Grand Staircase, with its wealth of lively detail carved in wood, and the rare stained glass window in the private chapel. In the extensive and beautiful gardens is the surviving wing of the Royal Palace of Hatfield (circa 1485).