The story of St Albans Cathedral is one of change and continuity spanning centuries, from a small church to a great Cathedral
Today the Cathedral continues to welcome visitors as a place of peace and historical interest, while also running lively events programmes and still serving as a parish church for the local community. For further details on their long, fascinating history, visiting information, or current events, please visit their website. Entry to the Cathedral is free of charge
100 acres of beautiful parkland close to the city centre and is a popular attraction throughout the year with wide range of facilities. The Park is named after the Roman City of Verulamium on which it stands. The City walls and outline of the London Gate can still be seen. Verulamium Museum displays hundreds of remarkable objects that have been excavated from the ground
Built on the site of one of the largest Roman cities in Britain, Verulamium Museum is filled with ancient treasures and some of the finest mosaics outside of the Mediterranean.
Bring the entire family and explore the wonders of Roman life, immerse yourself in recreated Roman rooms and admire the craftsmanship of the intricate large-scale mosaics on display.
In addition to hands-on discovery areas for younger visitors, the museum also provides a selection of free activity sheets for children and dressing up clothes are available on weekends and school holidays.
Our properties are a walking distance from the train station which takes you 20 minutes to get in the city of London.There is always something to see and do in London. With some of the world’s best art, entertainment, shopping, dining, and history, it’s impossible to be bored in London.