Built in 1625 for Sir Rowland Lytton (Lord of the Manor of Knebworth and MP for Hertfordshire during the reign of James I), Letchworth Hall Hotel is a fine example of an old English Manor House. Set in eight acres of mature landscaped grounds, the hotel retains many of its original features including a Minstrels Gallery, Jacobean fireplace and mellow oak panelling.
45 bedrooms, including our Barrington and Lytton Suites, offer comfortable accommodation with all modern facilities including a private bathroom, direct-dial telephone, colour television linked to satellite, radio as well as tea/coffee making facilities.
Letchworth Lane, Letchworth, United Kingdom
Letchworth Hall, Herts
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