Visit Cheshunt and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, is an old rambling village with its High Street stretching for over a mile. Much of this thoroughfare and the surrounding streets has been drastically modernized.
In Turner's Hill is a group of old houses with, of particular interest, the yellow-brick early-l9th-century. Grange and the 18th-century Manor House, three stories high with two-bay lower wings and a doorcase with rusticated pilasters. The Dewhurst Almshouses, 10 one-storied brick cottages in a line, were founded in 1642. The 18th-century red-brick Clock House, with seven bays arid two stories is in Blind Man's Lane, and in College Road will be found the large houses of Cheshunt Cottage, early l9th-century with hood-moulds over the windows and bargeboard gables, and Brook-side House, of the same period.
Nearby towns: Broxbourne, Enfield, Epping, Harlow, Hertford, Hoddesdon, Loughton, Potters Bar, Waltham Cross, Ware
Nearby villages: Bayford, Broxbourne, Cockfosters, Cuffley, Enfield Lock, Epping Green, Goffs Oak, Hoddesdon, Little Berkhampstead, Middle Street, Nazeing, Newgate Street, Ponders End, Roydon, Waltham Abbey, Waltham Cross, Waltham Holy Cross, Winchmore Hill, Wormley
Have you decided to visit Cheshunt or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Cheshunt bed and breakfast (a Cheshunt B&B or Cheshunt b and b)
- a Cheshunt guesthouse
- a Cheshunt hotel (or motel)
- a Cheshunt self-catering establishment, or
- other Cheshunt accommodation