Harpenden House Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Harpenden, Hertfordshire

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18 Southdown Road

Harpenden House Hotel, Harpenden

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Accommodation Description:

A beautiful Grade II listed Georgian town house with a rich history set in the country Market Town of Harpenden. At the beginning of the 19th Century it was used as a 'School for young ladies' and subsequently it has been a private house and a convent for the Dominican Sisters. Harpenden House Hotel has been operating as a hotel since 1970 and many of the original period features remain, including a large 18th Century fireplace in the Welcombe lounge.

The majority of bedrooms are adjacent to the main house in the garden wing.

4 star rating

From: £39.00

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