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From £89 per night
8.8 miles

French Horn serviced accommodation is in the Hertfordshire town of Ware and has two bedrooms that are situated within a lovely Grade II-listed building. Up to three can stay at the property in a double and a single room, making it ideal for a small family or travelling group. The homely living area includes cooking facilities and a seating space with a wall-mounted TV and the bathroom boasts a freestanding bath. This is an idyllic mews cottage for those who like to feel at home while they travel.

Min. Stay 3 nights


From £180 per night
8.9 miles

As the name suggests, Station Road House serviced accommodation is on the same road as the train station in Ware. A newly renovated three bedroom terrace, it is gorgeously decorated. Downstairs is an open plan living area with a large dining table, stylish sofa and an exceptionally well-equipped kitchen that includes an island unit. Station Road House is well kitted-out for entertainment with high-speed internet, Sky TV, Netflix and even an Xbox. Accommodation is in two double beds and a bunk.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Hertfordshire


Close to the capital, Hertfordshire is popular with those who would like to be close to London, while still enjoying a more leafy, suburban feel.

About Hertfordshire

The county of Hertfordshire sits just to the north of Greater London. Its principle towns are Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Watford and Stevenage, and Situ can offer Hertfordshire serviced apartments in all of these towns. Close to London, Hertfordshire is not only the headquarters of a large number of UK companies, but the south of the county is also popular with Premiership footballers and other media personalities who don’t want to live in the capital itself, and consequently has areas with exclusive, high-cost housing.

The University of Hertfordshire, found in Hatfield, is a notable public research university and one of the county’s largest employers. The only two Garden Cities built in the UK are both in Hertfordshire. Although the Garden City experiment is generally thought of as a failure, Welwyn Garden City in particular has always attracted companies and investment, and now boasts the Head Office of Tesco, as well as offices of Xerox, HSBC, Sigma Corporation and others.

Our Hertfordshire serviced apartments offer an ideal way to stay in the county while on business, providing a secure and flexible space in a great location. Its proximity to London means that it lies across major transport routes, including four national rail lines, three motorways and a number of significant ‘A’ roads. Although there are no major airports in the county itself, the Stansted and Luton airports are both very close by.