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5 Properties in Hertfordshire
Suitable for a party of 2 taking no pets.

These properties appear courtesy of ClickHolidayCottages.co.uk
Wellrose Barn thumbnail picture Wellrose Barn, Much Hadham
Wellrose Barn is a rural retreat, newly built with wonderful farmland views and nearby footpaths. The ultimate studio hideaway for couples, completely separate from the main house with its own private entrance.

Sleeps: 2    Pets allowed: Yes


Harlequin Executive Studios thumbnail picture Harlequin Executive Studios, Watford
11 Interior designed studio apartments with fully fitted kitchens and all with ensuite shower rooms and toilette. Each studio if fully equipped with everything from a corkscrew to a flat screen TV.

Sleeps: 2    Pets allowed: No


Petasfield Cottages thumbnail picture Petasfield Cottages, Hertford
4 Self-Catering cottages located on a quite country lane just 1.5 miles from historic Hertford town centre. The cottages welcome all and are fully accessible. It is a very peaceful location set with in a working riding school.

Sleeps: 4    Pets allowed: Yes


High Trees Farm thumbnail picture High Trees Farm, Ware
Our three stunning holiday cottages at High Trees Farm (a 600 year old working farm) are set in a conservation area of unspoilt beauty. With envious views overlooking rolling hills.

Sleeps: 4    Pets allowed: No


Stephenson Wharf thumbnail picture Stephenson Wharf, Hemel Hempstead
This is a beautifully presented two bedroom 1st floor apartment, situated in the Apsley Lock area of Hemel Hempstead. With views over the marina and picturesque walkways along the canal, the apartment is in a beautiful location.

Sleeps: 4    Pets allowed: No




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