Located within 160 acres of formal gardens, the manor is set on an 18-hole golf course which is open to the general public. Shendish Manor is situated in Apsley, just outside of Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, 25 miles north west of central London. The hotel has excellent communication links, with both the M1 Junction 8 and M25 Juction 20 less than 10 minutes' drive away. The manor house has recently been refurbished to add 18 distinctively designed bedrooms, and the new wing boasts a further 52 bedrooms, all air conditioned and featuring complimentary internet access. The 200-seater Orangery Restaurant is now open for business, as is the new Conference and Banqueting Suite that can seat up to 400 people within its own walled gardens.
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Our 5,660 yard (par 70) course, built to USPGA specification, was originally designed by Henry Cotton and has been subsequently extended by Donald Steel. It is both challenging and enjoyable, featuring a mix of hazards through parkland and woodland copses. Because it stands on a chalk sub-strata, with a constant drainage system, we are able to offer year-round golfing on permanent tees and greens. The Coach House bar is perfectly placed for the 19th hole and offers all-day breakfasts as part of the menu. Annual membership is available on a 7-day and 5-day basis, and there are special rates for ladies and junior members. If you wish to include golf in your stay at the hotel, either as a private individual or as part of a corporate event, we have a number of packages to whet your appetite based on per person rates and including various food options. Or, there is a simple 'Pay and Play' option for non-members, with concessionary rates for seniors and students.
Eating & Drinking
Bar Facililities available
Room Service available
Car Parking available (charges apply)
Free Car Parking for guests
Front Desk open 24 hours a day
Sports & Fitness
Golf course nearby (within 3km)
Meeting and banqueting facilities
For guests with disabilities
Rooms and facilities for disabled visitors