Historic Hotel Accommodation in Hitchin, Hertfordshire
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An Historic Hotel in Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Accommodation Description:From: £35.00
The Sun Hotel has stood in the centre of historic Hitchin since the 1500s. The hotel is a favourite with locals, businessmen and leisure travellers alike who come to enjoy the excellent meals on offer here. The brassiere serves a wide range of food from around the world and traditional English favourites.
Cromwells bar is the place to meet with sky sports, wireless internet access, speciality coffees and teas and a lively mix of music at the weekends.Whats so special about us? All 32 comfortable en-suite bedrooms have wireless internet, a CD player as standard, as well as an iron and ironing board for your convenience. Large feature rooms are also available. There are 5 meeting and conference rooms, as well as a superb ballroom which caters for up to 150 guests..
Accommodation Rating: 2* (about ratings)
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Wrest Park - 7.1 miles (Garden)
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Edworth, St George's Church - 7.7 miles (Historic Church)
Benington Lordship Garden - 7.7 miles (Garden)
Shaw's Corner - 7.8 miles (Historic Building)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Meppershall - 5.5 miles away
Henlow - 5.7 miles away
Astwick - 6.2 miles away
Shefford - 6.7 miles away
Luton - 7.5 miles away
Southill - 8.3 miles away
Harlington - 9.1 miles away
Biggleswade - 9.7 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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