Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 3
Broadwater is a lovely modern ground floor apartment .The apartment is situated in a residential development. Property enjoys central location. Two minutes walk will take you to: local shops inluding Waitrose, restaurants and the railway station. It is ideally located for access to London and surrounding country site. Grand Union Canal, park, children playground, tennis club are 'on your doorstep'.
Broadwater is centrally heated throughout and the property has its own entrance. There are french doors leading from the living area lead to a small Mediterranean courtyard garden with garden furniture.
The property is also suitable if you are between homes, relocating, on business in the area, renovating your home or visiting relatives.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Luton 22 km, Nearest railway: Berkhamsted 200 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Telephone|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors|
There are two bedrooms, one with a double/twin bed and second with a single bed. The double bedroom has built in wardrobes, chest of drawers and flat screen wall mounted TV. The double bed is zip and link super king size and can be split into 2 single beds.
The bathroom has tiled walk in shower, bathtub, toilet, basin and heated towel rails.
The open plan kitchen is fully equipped with integrated appliances including dishwasher. There is glass dining table and chairs providing seating for 4 people. The living area has comfortable large sofa, barcelona chair and freeview TV.
Telephone provided is UK pay as you go mobile phone.
|Further details outdoors|
There is available off road parking for one car. Course fishing 50 yrds. Public tennis club 200 yrds.
Children playground 300 yrds.
Booking form will be sent/faxed/e-mailed on request. Provisional booking will be made for duration of one week. Confiramation will be made on return of the form and receipting of payment. Refundable deposit of £100 is also required. Rentals over 4 weeks will require larger deposits.
The South East England region
Berkhamsted received a grant of a full charter of incorporation from James I in 1618, but the Corporation had ceased to exist by 1662-63.Historic Berkhamsted. Berkhamsted is a lively town set in a valley of the Chiltern hills with a history going back beyond Saxon times. Its claim to fame includes strong royal, literary and teaching connections.’
So, Berkhamsted Town Council opens its 'Berkhamsted Heritage Walk' leaflet. This partners the 32 blue plaques that have recently been installed on some of the town's most significant buildings. It was outside the Saxon fort that became Berkhamsted castle that William the Conqueror was finally handed the English crown in 1066. Still remaining after a thousand years are the substantial earthworks on which the Norman castle was built. The favourite home of the Black Prince, who honeymooned here with the Fair Maid of Kent, Geoffrey Chaucer was once its Clerk of Works.
Berkhamsted School was founded in 1541. Hymnist and poet, William Cowper was born in the Rectory here, less than two hundred years before Graham Greene was born at Berkhamsted School. James Barrie often stayed here and the children who lived in that house were the inspiration for Peter Pan. A few doors down the High Street Clementine Hozier lived and went to the Girls' school, now part of the co-educational Berkhamsted Collegiate School. She became the wife of Sir Winston Churchill.
Some of the many distinguished Old Berkhamstedians include Claude Cockburn, Peter Quennell, Richard Mabey, Michael Meacher and Robin Knox-Johnston. The valley route north through Berkhamsted has always been of major importance. Originally part of an ancient Roman road (Akeman Street) it became a turnpike and major route to the north.
The Grand Junction, now the Grand Union canal was opened through Berkhamsted in 1798. Up until the Second World War, the canal was a principal artery of the industrial revolution linking London with the West Midlands. The 'Father of Inland Navigation', the Duke of Bridgewater, who inspired the canal system in England, had his home 'up on the hill', at Ashridge.
Then, of course, the railway came. Berkhamsted is less than 40 minutes from London, Euston. Around £12 will buy you access to London and the whole of its underground and bus transport system for a day.
Champneys Tring is 15 min drive. www.champneys.com
The Rex, 'the best little cinema in Britain' is worth a visit. www.therexcinemaberkhamsted.com
Annual Graham Green festival takes place in Berkhamsted. www.grahamgreenebt.org
Other attractions: Whipsnade Zoo, Ashridge Managment Collage, Ashirdge estate (Natinal Trust), Chiltern Hils,