Serviced Apartments Hatfield | SITU change

Hatfield, UK change


From £115 per night
0.2 miles

The Town Serviced Apartments provide a number of one and two bedroom, two bathroom apartments with close access to the centre and Hatfield train station. Each apartment offers en-suite shower rooms in the bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen opening onto the living room, plus a private terrace to unwind. This home from home is a great place to enjoy and ideal for corporate groups or families. Should a car be required, allocated parking is available, otherwise the town centre is stone’s throw away.

Min. Stay 7 nights


From £135 per night
0.2 miles

In a pleasant suburban area in Hatfield, just off the A1(M), Oaklands serviced accommodation has three bedrooms and a neutral colour scheme that helps it appeal to just about anyone coming to stay. The property enjoys high-quality furniture and wooden flooring throughout most of the lower level. The flowing layout includes a kitchen, lounge and dining area, which then opens out onto a good-sized garden with a swing seat. Other benefits include a Smart TV with satellite access and excellent Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 3 nights


From £95 per night
0.5 miles

Located in Hatfield, guests will be in an excellent, central location close to Hatfield Business Park with easy access to the A1 for travel south to London or north via Peterborough. King George House Serviced Apartments offer contemporary and fully furnished one and two bedroom accommodation including a lounge/dining area with an open plan well-equipped fitted kitchen and also integrated appliances and a dishwasher. Guests can also benefit from a security entry system and a secure car park.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Those are the best apartments for this location.

Tell our expert team your requirements and they'll search for the perfect apartment!

Choose Travel Options

Travel times will be displayed between apartment and select location

Where would you like to stay?

Tip, for accurate travel times, you can use
  • Postcode
  • Street name
  • Work Address
  • Landmark/Other
0 Nights

About Hatfield


When on a short stay in Hatfield, you will find that the town has quite a unique flavour, a combination of an ‘Olde English’ village feel and remnants of the New Town project

About Hatfield

Hatfield in Hertfordshire has many celebrity connections and is becoming an ever-more popular commuter town, lying as it does just off the A1(M) and only about five miles north of Junction 23 of the M25. Direct trains into London’s Kings Cross take just over 20 minutes from the central train station.

Aside from its new status as a popular commuter spot, the town is most well-known for Hatfield House, a stately home with historical royal connections to Elizabeth I, and also for its involvement in the British aerospace industry. Aircraft manufacturers like De Havilland and Hawker Siddeley operated from Hatfield’s aerodrome and famous fighter aircraft like the Mosquito and the Vampire jet were developed and produced there. This heritage can still be seen in the names of streets and local pubs today, while if you’re staying in serviced apartments in Hatfield, the De Havilland Aircraft Centre can be found nearby.

When on a short stay in Hatfield, you will find that the town has quite a unique flavour, a combination of an ‘Olde English’ village feel and remnants of the New Town project when Hatfield, along with nearby towns such as Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City, came under the post-WWII act, something which can be visibly witnessed in the examples of modernist architecture still there.

Recently, the need for accommodation has grown in Hatfield. This is partly due to the presence of the University of Hertfordshire’s College Lane Campus, and also in relation to its growing popularity as a commuter town and haven for the wealthy or well-known who need to be close to London and has resulted in Hatfield enjoying good facilities for a medium-sized town. It boasts a large indoor shopping centre in The Galleria on the prestigiously named Comet Way – yes, it’s those aircraft again. As well as an enormous array of shops and brands, there is a nine-screen cinema there, as well as an array of eateries from fast food outlets to a Chiquito Mexican restaurant and an oriental buffet. However, if you’re after something a little more ‘fine dining’, there are options in the centre of town and some lovely pubs in the Great North Road area just near the train station. If you’re more of an eating-in type, there are large Asda and Tesco stores either side of the town centre, as well as smaller Co-op and Iceland stores in the middle.

For parks and places to visit, you can’t beat Hatfield Park and Hatfield House, which are easily within walking distance of the centre, while neighbouring Welwyn Garden City – disclaimer: not really a city – is less than three miles away and just one stop on the train, which may also be worth a visit.

As well as properties in Hatfield, SITU offers city apartments in nearby London, with aparthotels and a variety of other accommodation types available.