Things to do in Cheshunt
A town in the Borough of Broxbourne in Hertfordshire, Cheshunt lies within the Greater London Urban Area. It was used as the headquarters for Tesco and Debenhams once upon a time but is now primarily a commuter town for those getting to the centre of London. It has its own history having appeared in the Domesday Book and being the location where Princess Elizabeth I stayed before her reign and where Oliver Cromwell died.
Travellers can find all the tranquil and luxurious amenities they need for a good stay. From local history and peaceful days out like Cedars Park and Forty Hall and further attractions within the capital, there is something for everybody to take pleasure in. Restaurants and cafes are dotted around the area, serving traditional foods and international foods from Indian, Italian and Mediterranean dishes. Visitors can enjoy both the Brookfield Country Park and the High Street for all their spending and browsing needs.
Cheshunt is in the Travelcard Area Zone 8, giving London’s workers easy access to the capital via Cheshunt station on the National Rail Service and London Overground. The A10 and junction 25 of the M25 give drivers substantial links to the capital and Cambridge. The bus services go around the surrounding areas of Waltham Cross, Hoddesdon, Broxbourne, Hertford, Harlow, Potters Bar, and Waltham Abbey.