Book a business hotel in historic Borehamwood
Located in the bottom half of Hertfordshire, the town of Borehamwood is an outlying suburb of London resting just under 20 km out from Charing Cross. Borehamwood was once known mainly for its film and television studios even earning itself the nickname the "British Hollywood". As well as a long history in film, Borehamwood's hotels, surrounding greenery and annual civic festival also offer a charming view of the British country at its best.
Why should I stay in Borehamwood?
Borehamwood is a town with a rich history in film and television and, due to the number of studios that once called them home, its streets have played many a part in British films of the 20th century. The town's green scenery provides a natural-feeling environment for you to be both productive and unwind in while still being close to local amenities and transport links. Countryside walks, sightseeing and even a flight school all populate the surrounding area near your Borehamwood hotel.
Where can I do business in Borehamwood?
Borehamwood is home to various hotels and venues that support business functions such as free WiFi and reservable conference rooms. The town also features a collection of pubs and bars providing an ideal backdrop for informal business meetings. Borehamwood conveniently finds itself just within the London commuter belt with Elstree and Borehamwood rail station located on the western side of the town falling within travel zone 6. Trains from this station can be taken across to Gatwick Airport as well as Luton Airport. Buses also further connect the town to London with three different services available across most areas. Borehamwood even has easy road access with the A1 road running just east of it while the M25 lays roughly two miles north of it.
What can I do to unwind in a hotel in Borehamwood?
Once business has been attended to from your hotel in Borehamwood, the town has plenty to offer travellers looking to unwind after a day of hard work in its many facilitating locations. From its rustic pubs and restaurants to its intimate theatre of local performances, as well as the two working studios that operate here, you'll find that Borehamwood has plenty to do and see once office hours are over. The Mops and Brooms pub and restaurant on Rowley Lane comes highly recommended by locals.