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St Albans, London Colney

The Colney Fox
1 Barnet RoadLondon Colney StreetSt. AlbansAL2 1BL
Tel: 0845 11 26 058

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This carefully restored former coaching inn is one of the most characterful hotels in the St Albans area. Surrounded by villages like Frogmore, South Mimms and Colney Heath, it's a welcome escape whether on a short break or a business trip.

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Facilities

  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Direct-Dial Telephone
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • From the M25, exit at Junction 22 heading north for the A1081 (London Colney Bypass)
  • At the roundabout turn left and continue to the next roundabout
  • Go straight over into Barnet Road
  • You'll find the lodge 500 yards on the right, at The Colney Fox Vintage Inn

By Rail

  • St Albans Station has a 20-minute Thameslink connection to London King's Cross
  • Luton Airport is immediately south-east of Luton, 2 miles off the M1 at Junction 10

St Albans Station: 3.5 miles

High Barnet Underground Station: 6.2 miles

Luton Airport: 17.8 miles

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This carefully restored former coaching inn is one of the most characterful hotels in the St Albans area. Surrounded by villages like Frogmore, South Mimms and Colney Heath, it's a welcome escape whether on a short break or a business trip.

The pretty village of London Colney gives you the best of both worlds. Sitting near the quiet river of Colne it provides the perfect, peaceful getaway - yet it's only 45 minutes away from Central London, via Junction 22 of the M25. And with 13 en-suite rooms and a cosy pub serving hearty, freshly prepared food, the lodge is as comfortable as it is convenient.

St Albans itself is a bustling town where you can visit the second largest cathedral in the UK. You could also enjoy a tipple or two, as it's reputed to have the most pubs of any town in the country. Nearby you might want to explore Broad Colney Lakes Nature Reserve or dip into Roman life at the fascinating Verulamium Museum.