Kings Langley is highly sought after as a commuter location and as such has a surprising variety of accommodation options. However, anyone looking to spend more than a few days in the town may wish to consider booking a serviced apartment - which can provide all the benefits of a hotel, with the added flexibility of a fully stocked kitchen for self-catering.
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As a small village, Kings Langley doesn’t have a great deal of tourist attractions in itself, but its location puts it within easy reach of a diverse selection of other great places to visit. The Snow Centre, is just two miles away in Hemel Hempstead and offers visitors the chance to try winter sports, all year round. alternatively head to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London and experience the making of Harry Potter experience in nearby Leavesden.
There are also several heritage and natural sights nearby, with Cheslyn House & Gardens in Watford offering immaculate gardens and tea rooms for visitors to enjoy. Alternatively, for those looking to do some rambling, there are many routes across the Chiltern Hills or in Whippendell Wood.
The high street has all the usual convenience stores you’d expect to find in a larger village, with a few independent shops selling fashion brands and homeware. Anyone looking for some more serious retail therapy will probably want to head into nearby Watford’s Harlequin shopping centre, or the Riverside Shopping Centre in Hemel Hempstead.
There’s really no need to use any public transport for getting around the centre of Kings Langley - it is a small town and all the local places of interest can be easily reached on foot or by bicycle.
Anyone looking to reach the neighbouring towns of Watford and Hemel Hempstead will find regular bus routes running throughout the day, those these are subject to service reduction during school holidays.
The village is exceptionally well served by trains for a small settlement, with direct routes to Birmingham and London, as well as the surrounding towns. There are three services into London Euston per hour during peak times, two throughout the rest of the day, with a journey time off under half an hour.
Kings Langley also has several reliable tax and private hire firms, which are great for getting to some of the more remote areas in the region.