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Swim indoor
Health spa < 3.9 miles
Fishing < 7.3 miles
Golf < 4.1 miles
Leisure centre
Cinema
Ten pin bowling < 5.5 miles
Supermarket

Lee Valley is a perfect holiday retreat, ideal for exploring the county of Hertfordshire, with only 30 mins away from London on the train and within an hour of the delightful historic city of Cambridge.

The lodges on offer are modern and provides open plan kitchen/dining area with a cosy living space, ideal for relaxing in the evening while planning your next day of exploring. 

Some of the lodges also offers the added luxury of a private outdoor hot tub and which offers beautiful views over the river. 

Please click on "Book Online " above for more information, photos, prices and availability.

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Hertfordshire
Central South England
These details were last updated on 3rd March 2020

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