Hotel Cromwell, Stevenage
This rustic boutique hotel with historical connections has 77 individually styled rooms and a British-European Brasserie
This characterful former farmhouse in the heart of Old Town Stevenage is now a rustically styled boutique hotel, with 77 beautifully and individually decorated rooms paying homage to its previous life.
And if you were wondering about the name, (history buffs, listen up!), it was once owned by John Thurloe, secretary to Oliver Cromwell.
You won’t go hungry here as The Cromwell has its own British Brasserie, Rump and Wade, serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, all prepared in-house with local, seasonal produce wherever possible. You can expect dishes that are full of flavour and British at heart with the occasional Modern European influence.
Plus, if you fancy a treat, enjoy the white table cloth experience with a tasty afternoon tea, which includes a selection on finger sandwiches, scones and miniature cakes and puds.
You can even tie the knot here with indoor and outdoor options for your Big Day, as well as meeting spaces for corporate functions, too.
Location-wise The Cromwell couldn’t get much more convenient, being just off the Old Town High Street and only one mile from Stevanage train station, which connects to London’s Kings Cross in just 27 minutes.
Hotel Cromwell Stevenage. High Street Stevenage. Hertfordshire SG1 3AZ
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