De Vere Venues Hunton Park
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Twenty two acres of landscaped gardens greet guests as they arrive at De Vere Venues Hunton Park, a Queen Anne house, close to Whipsnade and Woburn Abbey.
En-suite guest rooms, in the adjacent annexe, are equipped with LCD television with cable channels, beverage making facilities, hairdryer and free Wi-Fi.
Public areas at De Vere Venues Hunton Park are equally attractive and consist of putting green, boules, croquet lawn and trim trail. Indoors, there is the swimming pool and the Buttery Beauty Spa provides indulgent beauty and holistic treatments.
Simply cooked and to perfection, the Restaurant features traditional dishes using fresh local produce. There is also a specially designed children’s menu. Relaxation comes easily in the bar with a wide range of drinks, television and snacks from the D-licious bar menu.
Close to St. Albans, the hotel has all the facilities to cater for weddings, social events, meetings and conferences.
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