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Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel

Letchworth, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

4 Star Hotel

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Oozing charm and character, the Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel is an idyllic country retreat. Standing within 8 acres of beautiful Hertfordshire gardens the distinctive manor house blends original Jacobean features with luxurious modern facilities. The classically styled hotel rooms at the Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel are fitted for ultimate comfort with chic furnishings, air-conditioning and en-suite bathrooms and free Wifi internet access. Relax in the welcoming surroundings with a drink in the cosy bar.

Open fires and wooden beams create a warm and inviting ambience. The Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel Lytton’s Restaurant serves an array of tempting dishes. Enjoy flavours from the a la carte menu or delve into a traditional carvery. Complementing the traditional features with up-to-date amenities the hotel offers superb leisure facilities at the onsite Nuffield Health Club.

Unwind in the cleansing sauna and steam room or push your limits in the gym and full sized swimming pool. Set just outside Letchworth the Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel has excellent transport links, with easy access to the A1 and M1. From the hotel, it’s just a short drive to the array of animals at Paradise Wildlife Park, shopping in Stevenage and St Albans and the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.

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7.8 Very Good (4 reviews)
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  • Suitable for families
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  • Susan from Atherstone
  • United Kingdom
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  • Arabelle from Hatfield
  • United Kingdom
I ate in Lytton's restaurant in the evening. The menu choice was excellent as was the quality of food. The staff were very friendly too.
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  • Margaret from London
  • United Kingdom
The hotel is set in lovely surroundings but given that it was refurbished a few years ago, I would say that, for a 4 star hotel, there is room for improvement and a little more attention to detail. For example, sitting in the Jacobean Great Hall opposite the fireplace, there was a stack of newspapers which had been left in the fireplace with a broom atop, the whole weekend. Some of the staff could have been a little smarter. There were areas of debris and general neglect outside the hotel where windows had been left open in the loos and corridors and and it was apparent that nobody was keeping those areas maintained.

The food was generally not that great and definitely not good value for the money being charged. I ordered Welsh Rarebit and could hardly spot the cheese on the big hunks of bread lying on the plate - if I hadn't been so darned hungry I would have returned it!

Also, I had assumed the Great Hall was a place for guests to relax, read a newspaper etc., surely not for appropriate for staff and visitors to hold rather strident meetings to discuss seminars etc, aren't there meeting rooms or an office in the hotel for that?
Top Tip: Yes for cyclists there is the 'Greenway' (?) cycle route which starts near the Fox Pub in Willian Village just a few minutes around the corner from the hotel. However, print your own map as the hotel's copy was not easy to follow but it is a non taxing 13 and 1/2 mile ride around the outskirts of Letchworth which is a nice spacious town with wide streets and some lovely gracious houses.
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  • Peter from Lixouri - Kefalonia
  • Greece
A very pleasant hotel with accomadating staff, recently undergone a multi million pound refit and it shows. Will use again.