The White Hart

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The White Hart, Welwyn

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The White Hart is a 17th-century former coaching inn which is beside the River Mimram in the village of Welwyn 0.4 miles from Junction 6 of the A1M and 2.4 miles from Welwyn Garden City. Kenworth House is 5.3 miles away. Welwyn Garden city will most defiantly provide you with all the latest cloths shops supermarkets and leisure activities.

Sophisticated rooms range from modern to traditional style. All come with TVs with satellite channels and free WiFi plus tea and tea/ coffeemaking facilities Full English breakfast is included and the restaurant serves British and continental dishes with an extensive wine list. Free off-street parking is available and the hotel We have a function room which can be used for special occasions/meetings which is also onsite.

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