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Address: 42 Sollershott East, Letchworth, SG6 3JW

Hotel Description

Halfway between Cambridge and London, a 5-minute walk from the heart of Letchworth, the Garden Lodge Hotel offers an Indian restaurant, a bar and free parking. The bar is situated in the reception area and welcomes residents as well as non-residents. Spice Garden Restaurant has a wide range of traditional Indian dishes to choose from. The bedrooms all have a carpeted floor and their own bathroom. Other features include TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Letchworth Golf Club and Letchworth Railway Station are a short walk away from the Garden Lodge.

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Mount Pleasant Golf Club - Henlow - Golf

Mount Pleasant Golf Club - Henlow - Golf

Distance 4.39 miles (7.02 km)
Mount Pleasant is a most attractive Nine-Hole Golf Course with 18 different tees, set in 65 acres of farm land, incorporating 3 meadows, with existing trees, hedges, ponds and ditches, playing over 6000 yards with a par of 70. Some 10,000 extra trees were planted and all these plantations will gradually come into play over the next few years. The course was designed by architect Derek Young to complement the environment and natural contours of the land. It opened for play in July 1992 and quickly established a reputation for its excellent condition and presentation.

Knebworth House - Historical Houses

Knebworth House - Historical Houses

Distance 6.9 miles (11.04 km)
The Lytton family have lived at Knebworth for 500 years. Queen Elizabeth 1 stayed here, Charles Dickens acted in private theatricals in the House and Winston Churchill's painting of the Banqueting Hall hangs in the room where he painted it. A walk through the House is a walk through history. Robert Lytton, Viceroy of India, proclaimed Queen Victoria Empress of India in 1877. Constance Lytton, militant suffragette, fought for votes for women in the early 1900s. Originally a red-brick Tudor manor house, it was transformed in 1843 into the Gothic fantasy we see today, with turrets, griffins and gargoyles. Interior rooms contrast the Gothic works of John Crace with the 20th Century designs of Sir Edwin Lutyens and other eras.