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Welcome to De Vere Venues Ponsbourne Park

Address: Newgate Street Village, Potters Bar, SG13 8QT

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Set in over 200 acres of beautiful gardens, the De Vere Venues Ponsbourne Park offers stylish, elegant rooms with LCD TV, and guests can enjoy the tennis courts. All of the rooms at Ponsbourne Park feature modern, bright furnishings and free wired internet. Guests can make use of hairdryers and a tea and coffee tray. Ponsbourne Park offers fine dining at Seymour’s Restaurant, informal cuisine at The Bistro, and relaxed drinks in stylish surroundings at the hotel bar. Guests at De Vere Venues Ponsbourne Park have access to the mini-gym facilities, as well as golf at the 9-hole pitch and putt. Free parking is available, and the hotel is surrounded by scenic Hertfordshire countryside, with numerous opportunities for walks. Paradise Wildlife Park is just 10 minutes’ drive away, and the stately home Knebworth House is a 15-minute drive away.

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Hatfield House - Historical Houses

Hatfield House - Historical Houses

Distance 4.47 miles (7.15 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).