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Set within a prime location within the attractive cathedral city of St. Albans, we offer serviced apartments with the following configurations: studios, one bedroom apartments, two bedroom apartments. Each interior designed apartment is self-contained with kitchen and bathroom facilities, free WiFi and finished to a high, contemporary standard to ensure each stay is as comfortable as possible.
Abbott House is an ideal location for both leisure and business guests: a ten minute stroll over the River Ver will take you into the centre of town or take a left to the beautiful Verulamium Park. Corporate guests may commute to the many businesses nearby or may opt to live in the pleasant surroundings of St. Albans whilst commuting in to the capital.
The apartments are ideally located for both train stations in St. Albans with direct services to London St. Pancras International taking approximately 20 minutes. Luton airport is 12 miles away, London City Airport is 24 miles away, London Stansted is 26 miles away and London Gatwick 42 miles.
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Address: Abbey View, Everard Close
Abbott House is in easy reach of St. Albans’ town centre - ideal for a weekend leisure break! For those who love the buzz of a city, St. Albans has a bustling retail offering and a lively gastronomy scene - it’s no coincidence that the Campaign for Real Ale chose to make St Albans its base. There’s plenty for culture vultures. The St Albans Museum and Gallery showcases over 2,000 years of heritage and contemporary artworks. Enjoy the stunning and unique Norman Cathedral or visit the Verulamium Museum to explore the city’s rich Roman history. St Albans has an abundance of green spaces, including 100 acres of parkland at Verulamium Park and walking routes into the stunning Hertfordshire countryside.
The pretty town of St. Albans has been a shopping destination for hundreds of years - indeed the colourful street market’s roots extend back to the 9th century.
As a result, St. Albans is brimming with popular high street names and also an array of specialist stores and boutiques. There's more than enough to satisfy most tastes!
St. Albans loves to eat and drink. Global street food on market days is combined with the freshest of local ales! It also holds fine dining in the smartest of restaurants and a thriving café culture no matter what street you turn down. Potting Shed Café, offering a true field-to-fork experience in a converted barn with views over open countryside, was named Best Café at the 2022 St Albans Food and Drink Awards – it’s a lovely stop if you’re driving into the surrounding countryside of Heartwood Forest.
There is a full range of bars, pubs and clubs in St. Albans. It is a great night out for both tourists and locals. Punchin Palooka serves classic cocktails in a Great Gatsby-inspired lounge bar. Fans of cheese, fine wine and craft beer should head to The Bishop’s Cave. For a relaxed drink in a characterful pub, you’re spoiled for choice. The Peahen offers cocktails with a twist, while traditional tavern The Mermaid has plenty of craft beer and ale on tap. Looking for live music? The Horn has a wide range of music on six nights a week. This historic venue has hosted an impressive list of acts. The legendary John Peel was a frequent customer, Kim Wilde used to work behind the bar, and Paul Young used to play every Monday with his band!