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Whilst my son is at University, his room is free. looks onto the garden and is a very spacious room. A quiet, quaint area, 5 minutes walk from the train station which has transport links to London every 30 minutes. 15 minutes walk from The Galleria
Basic simple room with a TV and desk and a lovely feature well
Zugang für Gäste
Back Garden, Bathroom, Kitchen.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We will happy to help you with anything you need. For a small fee we can provide breakfast and dinner
Lovely, quiet neighbourhood, with plenty of parks and shops.
Due to being a student town there is a nightclub, Forum where many musicians come and perform.
Large range of restaurants from Chinese to West African, we can recommend some popular ones
We recommend AAA Taxi's due to their ease of use and text messages
There are bus routes to as far as London to Luton
Train station is 5 minutes away and take 20 minutes to get to Central London
Car rentals are nearby and we can recommend some good ones
No loud music after 10pm due to the fact that the next door neighbour has young children.
No smoking or drinking
For a small fee, dogs can stay
Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.
I am a Nigerian mother of two. I lived in London for a while as a child then moved to Nigeria for my schooling. I moved back to the UK in 1990 and have been living in Hertfordshire for 17 years. I have son aged 19 (at university) and a 18 year old daughter (she's on a gap year and off to Leeds university next year ). I work as an administrator at the local music school and have been for the last 3 years. I am a friendly person and I love meeting to new people and having new experiences.
If you stay it would be me and daughter staying in the house as well. We will be both very helpful and tell you anything you need to know about hatfield and the surrounding area. My daughter is hoping to spend next year volunteering on a development projects in South America, Asia or Africa before heading of uni to study International Development.
We would be so happy to welcome you into our family and look forward to you staying with us.