More about Hatfield

Serviced apartments in Hatfield

Hatfield has a diverse range of accommodation options, from budget hotels to luxury houses. The kind of property you select will obviously need to reflect the needs of your visit, but serviced apartments are often the better option for those on a longer stay, or looking for a superior level of comfort.

The Squa.re specialise in finding the perfect properties to suit your needs - whether on a business trip that requires commuting to the City, or simply exploring a new area of the UK as a tourist. Our selection of luxury apartments in Hatfield are the best the town has to offer, complete with all the modern conveniences, furnishings and kitchen equipment you may need to get the most from your stay in Hatfield.

Culture & shopping in Hatfield

Hatfield and its surrounding areas host a multitude of sights and attractions, from expansive nature reserves to heritage museums and National Trust sites. Hatfield House is a grand Jacobean mansion with open gardens and events held throughout the year, whilst Trent Park is another country house with stunning surroundings. For those visiting the town with children, then Paradise Wildlife Park is within easy reach and offers a host of activities for young and old.

With Luton, Welwyn Garden City and London within such easy reach, shopping is never going to be an issue for those residing in Hatfield. However, the town also features its own Gallaria outlet centre, offering numerous high street brands at reduced prices. Hatfield Town Centre itself hosts over 100 stores, including popular brands such as New Look, Boots, Asda, and Savers. There’s also a wide-range of independent retailers, home, health and beauty, comic stores, as well as several restaurants and cafes.

Getting around in Hatfield

Hatfield is exceptionally well served by trains, buses and private hire taxi firms, making it a very easy place to get around in. Frequent buses run to larger nearby towns, such as Welwyn Garden City, Luton and St Albans, as well as covering the smaller areas of Broxbourne and Borehamwood. Most of the services are covered by the PlusBus card, which is a cost effective means of paying for transport if planning an extended stay in Hatfield.

The local railway station has excellent services to London, with up to six trains running to central stations every hour, and a journey time of as little as 21 minutes. There are also regular, direct services to Cambridge and Welwyn Garden City.

Finally, Hatfield is home to innumerable taxi companies, which provide cost effective means for making short journeys to locations on the outskirts of the town.

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