This lovely brand new apartment has a boutique modern style to it. As well as the obvious living space you'll also have your own study and walk-in wardrobe. I'll let you browse the photos to discover more!
The Apartment itself is situated right in the middle of the Old Town High Street. The High Street offers a number of boutique Cafes, shops and a number of good restaurants and cosy pubs.
お部屋 Set in the lovely old town of Hemel Hempstead you are only a stones throw away from all of the delights the old town has to offer.
The boutique styled modern flat gives you a flavour of city living but set just around the corner from the beautiful countryside and woodlands that Hertfordshire has to offer.
The bedroom offers you a cosy king size bed and you will also have access to your own study and walk in wardrobe.
The open plan kitchen and living area is bright and comfortable. Your own television with sky is also available in the lounge area, provided you know your way around a remote that is!
Ashridge Estate - a 5,000 acres area of the Chiltern Hills with beech and oak woodlands, commons and chalk downlands. These very different landscapes each support a rich variety of wildlife, including carpets of bluebells in spring, rare butterflies in summer and the fallow deer that rut in autumn. Ashridge is only a 5 minute drive from the apartment.
Frithsden Vineyard – Literally a 5 minute drive, and you will get to this beautiful boutique English vineyard and winery set in the foothills of the Chilterns. Besides a range of regular seasonal events you can also pass by and enjoy some of their home produced wines.
Berkhamsted Town centre and Castle - 4 miles from Hemel Hempstead. Have a stroll through Berkhamsted highstreet and explore Berkhamsted Castle's remains. The town has a special place in our history: following the Saxon defeat at the Battle of Hastings, it was at Berkhamsted that the bishops and noblemen formally offered William the Conqueror the crown. The Rex – "possibly Britain's most beautiful cinema" (BBC), the Rex has one huge screen set in a glorious 1938 art-deco proscenium arch, with "the sharpest film projection and clearest non-booming sound anywhere in the world". The whole experience is delightfully civilized: sink into large, comfortable seats then sit back with cheese and wine to enjoy the film. Berkhamsted Waterways Walk – Go for a walk along the River Bulbourne andGrand Union Canal which run through the town and enjoy a cold drink in the popular Boat pub.
Tring Natural History Museum – 9 miles from Hemel Hempstead. The wonderful galleries of this beautiful Victorian museum present a fascinating range of animals, from tiny dressed fleas to a smiling polar bear and domestic dogs.
The Snow Centre – Britain's newest snow centre at Hemel Hempstead is currently the coolest place to go to enjoy skiing, snowboarding and other snow sports on indoor slopes of real snow. The main slope is 160m long and 30m wide, serviced by two POMA button lifts. The trainer slope is 100m long, with two rope tows. There are lessons for everyone new to snow, and clothing and equipment is on hand to hire.
Whipsnade Zoo – 5 miles from Hemel Hempstead. Set on the slopes of the Chiltern Hills, the UK's biggest zoo is home to more than 2,500 animals, many of which are endangered in the wild. Whipsnade is noted for creating interactive and inspiring exhibits and popular daily events including keeper talks, animal feeds and demonstrations. You can drive through the 'Passage through Asia' area or take the free Safari bus which stops at all the main exhibits in the 600 acre site.
Harry Potter, Warner Bros. Studio Tour – the Making of Harry Potter – 8 miles from Hemel Hempstead. A visit to the Harry Potter World offers you an insight behind the scenes to showcases a huge array of beautiful sets, costumes and props and to reveal the secrets of the special effects and animatronics that made these films hugely popular all over the world.