Holiday Parks & Lodges in Hertfordshire

With its inviting blend of natural wonders and cultural treasures, Hertfordshire promises an unforgettable holiday in the East of England. History comes alive in the county's many ancient sites and stately homes. Explore the majestic Hatfield House, a Jacobean mansion with beautiful gardens, or step into the grandeur of Knebworth House, steeped in centuries of history. Discover the remains of Roman Verulamium in St Albans or wander through the medieval streets of Hertford. When it comes to exploring the Hertfordshire countryside, embrace the tranquil beauty of the Lee Valley Regional Park located near Waltham Cross, perfect for cycling, walking or boating along its serene waterways; explore the stunning Ashridge Estate, with its ancient woodlands and rolling hills; or marvel at the colourful displays in the renowned gardens of the Royal Horticultural Society's garden at Wisley. Experience the magic of Harry Potter at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour or indulge in world-class art at the prestigious Henry Moore Studios & Gardens. Our Hertfordshire holiday homes make it easy to explore this enchanting county on your next English escape, from hot tub lodges and dog-friendly cottages to spacious holiday parks for family fun with the kids.

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Things to do in Hertfordshire on your UK holiday

How to spend your family holiday in Hertfordshire...
Top of the list of family-friendly activities has to be a trip to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, where you can immerse yourself in the world of Harry Potter. Explore sets, costumes and props from the beloved film series as you get a behind-the-scenes look at the filmmaking process. If you're searching for something to do with the kids that won't break the bank, then there are plenty of free activities in Hertfordshire. Top of our list is Cassiobury Park near Watford, one of the largest public parks in the county. With 200 acres of green space, the park is home to a playground, splash pool and a miniature railway, and there are various events held throughout the year. Other ideas for families include a trip to St Albans, where you can explore the beautiful lakes, playgrounds and Roman remains in Verulamium Park, or a visit to Aldenham Country Park, with its farmland, walking trails and reservoir. Our choice of Hertfordshire accommodation makes it easy to find a comfortable property at the right price, with enough space for all the family - even the dog!

Where to soak up history and culture on your Hertfordshire getaway...
From Roman ruins and medieval architecture to stately homes and fascinating museums, Hertfordshire is full of historic gems and cultural wonders to discover. Visit the magnificent St Albans Cathedral, a prominent landmark that dates back to the 8th century; explore the castle grounds and gardens at Hertford Castle, a testament to the county town's medieval history; admire the Jacobean architecture and stunning Great Hall at Hatfield House, childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I; or roam the Tudor, Jacobean and Victorian estate of Knebworth House, renowned for its various concerts, events and festivals held throughout the year. If you want to journey even further back in time, you can discover the Welwyn Roman Baths in Welwyn Garden City, explore the underground chamber of Royston Cave in Royston, or visit the Iron Age hillfort of Beech Bottom Dyke near Flamstead. Our Hertfordshire holiday homes are in various locations around the county, making it easy to base yourself close to one of these historic attractions.

Making the most of the scenic beauty of the Hertfordshire countryside...
Fancy stretching your legs whilst exploring picturesque landscapes? Then Hertfordshire is for you. Hike or cycle your way around the Chiltern Hills, explore the wildlife-rich meadows at Tewin Orchard and Nature Reserve, wander the wildflower heathlands of Therfield Heath, or discover the woodland walking trails in Heartwood Forest. Birdwatchers should head to Tring Reservoirs, home to four different nature reserves, while keen walkers can tackle the long-distance footpath of the Hertfordshire Chain Walk, traversing through fields, woodlands and historic villages. Many of our Hertfordshire lodges, cottages and holiday parks are based in rural locations, helping you to embrace the peace and tranquility of this scenic setting. Book one of our luxury log cabins or hot tub lodges for the ultimate relaxation plus that extra "wow" factor, ideal for couples on a romantic break or cosy weekend away.

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