A lovely hotel. Friendly, helpful staff. Clean, spations rooms and a good menu and... See full review
Feb 19, 2013
We love it!!!
Wonderful place - nice staff - great food. We really enjoyed our stay. Family friendly. See full review
Apr 12, 2012
Set in 160 acres of glorious countryside, yet minutes from the M25 and with excellent transport links, this Victorian Manor offers stylish dining, golf, free Wi-Fi and parking. Originally built in 1853, this magnificent property has been lovingly renovated and restored to the tune of 7 million pounds. Complementing the grace and elegance of its historic past with contemporary facilities and aesthetics, it creates a unique atmosphere of refined grandeur and relaxed indulgence. What's more, the manor house is surrounded by many acres of idyllic formal gardens and scenic countryside, further accentuating the well-cultivated ambience of peaceful tranquillity.
No country house hotel would be complete without its own golf course and Shendish Manor is no exception. The Par 70, 18-hole course is set with a mix of hazards through both parkland and woodland copses and offers an awarding game regardless of ability. There is also a range of state-of-the-art conference and banqueting facilities which can host most types of event. With such stunning scenery and quality service provision, the hotel makes a fabulous venue for Weddings and other ceremonies.
PLEASE NOTE: From the 12 August 2012 access to the Virgin Active Hemel facilities will be charged at a reduced rate of 7.50 per person, per visit (normally 20.00).
Shendish Manor - A Recommended Hotel Rooms
Located either in the original Manor House or the Modern Wing, these en-suite rooms are immaculately styled with high class furnishings and dcor. All rooms come fully-equipped with free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV with Sky Channels, telephone, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities. Rooms include a Queen-size double.
Located either in the original Manor House or the Modern Wing, these en-suite rooms are immaculately styled with high class furnishings and dcor. All rooms come fully-equipped with free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV with Sky Channels, telephone, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities. Rooms include 2 twin singles.
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With such a close proximity to the Capital, it benefits from excellent transport links. There is a local train station in Apsley that offers regular trains to London and is just a 3 minute taxi ride or a brief walk from the Hotel. The Hotel is located in 160 acres of scenic Hertfordshire countryside. The area is a natural haven of hedgerows, open fields and picturesque villages with plenty of opportunities for all kinds of outdoor pursuits. Just over a 10 minute drive away is the fabulous Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, including the eagerly anticipated Harry Potter Tour. Here visitors can walk the famous cobbled streets of Diagon Alley, explore Dumbledore's Office and see some of the many iconic props and costumes from the films. For winter sports enthusiasts, The Snow Centre at Hemel Hempstead with the largest indoor slope in the UK offers a wide range of lessons and passes, making sure there's something for everyone regardless of ability.
The superb conference and banqueting facilities are second to none. A choice of styles and size of rooms is available from 2 - 400 delegates. The diverse array of events held at Shen-dish Manor include meetings, seminars, networking events, product launches, gala balls, award ceremonies, team building days and exclusive private dinners.
Dining at the Orangery, the Hotel's delightful on-site restaurant, is always a first-class experience whatever the occasion. Passionate about serving quality food, the Hotel is committed to using fresh, seasonal ingredients that where possible, have been locally sourced and produced. Whether starting the day with a hearty breakfast, enjoying a light lunch with friends or feasting on an imaginative 3-course dinner, guests can expect to indulge in some truly mouth-watering and inspirational cuisine. As well as providing a stunning outlook, the glass panelled wall of the Orangery features sliding doors which open out onto the terrace, overlooking the formal Dutch gardens and grounds of the estate. It is the perfect setting for a spot of al fresco dining under the stars on a warm Summer evening.
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