Tewin Bury Farm Hotel
What We Love
- Rustic farm retreat and wildlife trust reserve set across 490 acres, with an optional dinnerJust half an hour from London, this rural retreat is a handy slice of the good life for those who live in the Big Smoke
- Staying on a farm that has been a Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust Reserve for many years
- Exploring the variety of aquatic flora and fauna along the River Mimram
What To Know
- The property is a popular wedding venue and reception area
- There's ample onsite parking
- Free WiFi works well
For a proper English country retreat, this unique, atmospheric and characterful Hertfordshire hotel on the River Mimram is your go-to. Sprawled across a 490-acre farm that dates abck to the 1930s, Tewin Bury Farm Hotel makes for an ideal getaway after a busy week – particularly thanks to its convenient location, just outside of Hertford and Welwyn Garden City, and around 30 minutes by train from London King’s Cross station. As well as holding four AA stars, it’s been a Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust Reserve for many years, so nature is sure to be high on the list here.
Tewin Bury Farm Hotel might just become your new tranquil home from home. Located in various buildings across the property’s expansive grounds, guest rooms offer a blend of traditional style and contemporary amenities, with original features such as wood-beamed ceilings adding a distinctive touch. On the dining front, breakfast comprises everything from pancakes with bacon and syrup through to smoked haddock and poached eggs, while afternoon tea and a delicious English à la carte dinner menu are also particularly palatable.
How to Get There
Pleasant and friendly boutique hotel with comfortable rooms - if a little quirky - but with a decent restaurant and friendly staff. Not the cheapest but acceptable value for money and one of the better places to stay in Welwyn.
A beautiful location, great food and accommodation. We’re getting married this year at Tewin Bury Farm and this was our first time staying at the venue, to test the accommodation and restaurants. Staff are very friendly and helpful.
No flexibility on the menu for valentines evening and being charged £50 a head! - lots of flys in the bedroom! Reception wasn’t interested in the complaint and the chef refused my fiancé one course from the meat meal to be included with the vegetarian option. Very disappointing!
This is the best compromise between a country side stay with great luxury. Newly renovated rooms are worth the stay. The potato shed seems to be the latest addition.
Love the rooms with 2 levels, perfect for a family of 3
Very quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Small river, fields. Clear air. Family of three adults stayed one night in double duplex two-storeyed room. Very comfortable, good equipped. Frankly personal. Very good restaurant at site with michellin-stars owner chef. Dinner and breakfast had many choices. Food was really good, very tasty.