Berkhamsted is historic town situated in the west of Hertfordshire between the towns of Tring and Hemel Hempstead. It is a lively town with plenty of pubs, bars and restaurants. You can easily access the capital via train and well serviced bus routes that take you to the neighbouring towns. Berkhamsted is a desirable place to live and a great place to visit.
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You may just want to take your escort in Berkhamsted out for a few drinks in which case you will find a number of local pubs where you can enjoy a few pints or a couple of glasses of wine. The Goat or The Rising Sun are popular places among the escorts in Berkhamsted as they are friendly and lively. These ladies love to let their hair down and party. You could really make a night of it and head to one of the larger towns where you can hot one of the local clubs and dance the night away.
If you would rather wine and dine your Berkhamsted in the good old fashioned way then why not take her to one of the areas local restaurants. Why not try Caf Rouge for some delicious French cuisine. You can have a delicious meal and share a nice bottle of wine whilst planning how to spend the rest of your evening together.
You may need somewhere to stay if you are not a local resident of the area. You will find a number of local hotels and bed and breakfasts in the area where you can meet your chosen companion. You can try The Penny Farthing Hotel or The kings Arms Hotel which are popular among the Berkhamsted escorts and their clients. One hour with these ladies is never enough and you will want to keep them all night long.
Below you will find a list of venues where your Berkhamsted escort will be more than happy to visit and offer you that very special memorable evening of exceptional enjoyment which we are certain you will remember for a very long time.
What to See in Berkhamsted
Berkhamsted’s Festival of Light
On a Friday evening before Christmas every year Berkhamsted High Street is closed to traffic and the people of the town turn out in force to party. The Christmas lights on the tree and along the central part of the town are ceremoniously switched on, a silver cup and certificates are awarded by the Citizens Association for the best decorated shop windows, and there is music, dancing and lots of stalls. This has grown into a really popular annual event, organised jointly by the Berkhamsted Branch of the Council for Voluntary Service and Berkhamsted Town Council
Ashbridge Estate covers more than 6 square miles of woodlands, commons, chalk downland and farmland with the focal point of the Bridgewater monument with a visitor centre and tea shop. There are superb panoramas from Ivinghoe Beacon and the Duke of Bridgewater Monument. You can enjoy the rich variety of wildlife like red kite and fallow deer and also enjoy the carpets of spring bluebells and colourful autumn displays of the ancient woodlands. There are plenty of footpaths and bridleways to explore.
The Grand Union Canal
If you are visiting Berkhamsted you might like to visit the ruined Norman Castle which was once home to Edward the Black Prince. During the day there is no charge to go in. If you make your way to Castle Street, on the left there is a genuine Canadian totem pole, which was given to the owner of the timber yard. According to local tradition, it is reportedly charmed with mystic fertility symbols. You can walk along The Grand Union Canal which was the first link from London to the North which opened in 1798. The towpath is well surfaced and you will see plaques, which describe the local history. 200 years ago there were industrial barges that were used to work the canal, but now pleasure boats have taken their place. If you get thirsty, there’s a character canal-side pub on the way called The Rising Sun.
Restaurants in Berkhamsted
La Mancha offers a warm welcome and a wide range of choice for individual’s tastes. From a light lunch to a selection from our A La Carte Menu. The décor is clean with an authentic feel. A good pace to eat on a cold winter’s night.
The Gatsby is situated just below the Rex Cinema, it is a very elegant bar and you have to have a big wallet to go here, the food is fantastic although not on the generous side, it is rather expensive, You are required to book for the restaurant and it is the place to go if you are dressed up for a night out, if eating you will often be entertained by the pianist, whom is fabulous. The whole place is very modern and trendy, although expensive. The Gatsby operates a strictly over 21's door policy after 6pm and requires smart dress at all times and Management reserve the right to refuse admission.
The menu covers a range of French classics from croquets and baguettes, ideal for a quick and easy snack. If you wish, you can go for a more substantial meal such as steak frites and boeuf bourguignon. The combination of delicious food, great wines and a real ambience makes Café Rouge the je ne sais quoi of French dining. It's just the place to mull over the morning papers with a cafe au lait and a croissant or to pop in for a spot of lunch, or to share a post-work drink or relax over an evening meal.
Eat Fish Seafood restaurant always use fresh ingredients of the highest quality and know from where the fish are caught. Cooking fish requires a special touch and our chefs endeavor to retain the fresh flavour of the produce in every dish. We offer you a friendly and efficient service in contemporary surroundings. We love our restaurant and hope that you will too.
The Old Mill
The Old Mill has been restored by keeping what remains of its original Georgian and Victorian features. The yard at the back has been turned into a special space where the mill race crashes over the weir into a deep pool and our garden borders the Grand Union Canal, perfect for watching the boats slide by on lazy summer evenings. The Old Mill serves fresh, honest, top-notch food, and wine from a short but carefully chosen list.
Entertainment in Berkhamsted
The Rex Cinema
If film and theatre are more your idea of a good night out, then Berkhamsted has something for you as well. Berkhamsted Film Society presents regular screenings of new and classic films during the year. The Rex Cinema in the High Street recently reopened and shows an eclectic range of films. Its listed art deco interior has been beautifully restored and sumptuously furnished.
Berkhamsted Golf Range
The Berkhamsted Golf Range is a 28 bay, floodlight facility where only standard golf balls are used in a regularly maintained environment. Golf Tuition programs include individual one to one tuition, group tuition, golf lessons and golf tuition at all levels. Berkhamsted Golf Club enjoys the reputation of being one of the top golf courses in the country. It was established in 1890 and it enjoys the most beautiful setting amongst woodlands, heather and gorse and has the most unusual characteristic of having no sand bunkers. An appropriate standard of dress is required at all times. Any Logos or Motifs should be of a small and discreet nature.
The Goat public house is a popular friendly pub keen on live music. The good thing about this pub is the frequency with which they have live music. Most weekends and sometimes in the week there are a wide range of styles to choose from and the bands mainly cover jazz, but are mostly good. There is a small garden and car park and pub sports and food is also available.
The Rising Sun
You must visit this pub if you are in Berkhamsted, it could be a contender for the best pub in town because it is a very appealing, traditional well kept, canal side pub with superb views over the lock. This is a lovely location in the summer months and snug and warm in the winter. The Rising Sun serves great beer, real ales and traditional cider, in a vibrant atmosphere with very friendly and cheerful staff.
Magoos is bright pink with turquoise shutters and it’s a wine bar type pub with a lively crowd and live music and entertainment. Inside there are low ceilings and exposed brickwork and comfy sofas and heated canopies outside. You will find a relaxed atmosphere, complimentary newspapers and a delicious snack meals or sandwiches if you go during the day, but in the evening the atmosphere changes, because this is the time it becomes a lively venue for live music sessions and entertainment. It gets very crowded especially on Friday and Saturday nights, so make sure when you are at the bar get your drinks in advance. All in all, it is well worth a visit
Where to Stay in Berkhamsted
King’s Arms Hotel
The Kings Arms Hotel is situated on the High Street right in the centre of the historic town of Berkhamsted, in beautiful countryside at the foot of the Chiltern Hills with easy access from the M1 and M25 and the centre of London, or the main line railway station in Berkhamsted.
The Pennyfarthing Hotel
The Pennyfarthing Hotel is located in beautiful Berkhamsted’s lovely old High Street. At the rear of the Hotel there is the picturesque scene of Grand Union Canal running close by. This luxury Berkhamsted hotel not only offers all the comforts but also friendliness and personal service to make your stay even more enjoyable. It has 20 rooms all with private bathrooms and Satellite television and telephones in all the rooms. The Pennyfarthing Hotel is a unique Berkhamsted hotel which is a perfect place to stay
This is a friendly family bed and breakfast accommodation situated in Heart of the Town.
All rooms have Satellite television and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms have private bathrooms and Pets are welcome by arrangement
Ringshall Bed and Breakfast
This is a small 3-bedroom home from home friendly bed and breakfast accommodation with tea and coffee making facilities and pets are welcome by arrangement.
Bridgewater Arms Hotel
The Bridgewater Arms has done away with the idea of separate formal restaurant, in favour of serving food throughout the pub. This means that diners can choose to enjoy an intimate dinner for two or grab a quick lunch or celebrate a big family event. The Bridgewater Arms caters for all tastes and offers exceptional food and service. The menu has a broad range of choices, from nachos to curry, chilli con carne to lasagne. The wine list is similarly cosmopolitan which is made up of a mixture of old and new world wines. The menu includes a choice of Mediterranean roasted vegetables or Greek olives and feta cheese, or you can taste wild boar and apple sausages, or sample their fantastic venison Wellington or a traditional steak and Abbot Ale pie, which is all served in an English country pub with open fires and beautiful scenery views.