Borehamwood is a pleasant residential town in Hertfordshire with excellent transport links to the centre of London. You can be in the capital within twenty minutes via Elstree and Borehamwood train station or you can jump on one of the many buses which will take you to neighbouring towns such as Watford and Edgware. The area is most famously known for the famous Elstree Film Studios which are home to the Big Brother House, the set of Eastenders and where many blockbuster films have been made. There is plenty to see and do in the area along with a number of pubs, restaurants and shopping facilities.
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If you want to take your escort in Borehamwood for a few drinks then you will find a number of friendly pubs and lively bars along the High Street. Woods Bar is a popular venue at the weekends and often has live music or karaoke. Alternatively The Crown which is directly opposite the train station has nice atmosphere and serves some good food.
You may want to take your escort in Borehamwood for something to eat in which case you will find plenty of restaurants that serve a variety of different cuisines. You could try Zinco's which is a family run Italian restaurant or Nandos which is famous for it's Portuguese chicken. You will also find Indian and Chinese restaurants too.
If you are looking for a comfortable place to stay then you will find many hotels in the area where you can relax and have some private time with your chosen Borehamwood escort. You will find The Ibis, The Travelodge and the Premier Inn all close by which offer affordable and comfortable accommodation. Just make sure that you have the correct room number as the receptionist may want to speak to you in your room to confirm the booking for your escort in Borehamwood.
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What to See in Borehamwood
Aldenham Country Park
Aldenham Country Park is 175 acre open space with woodland and a large reservoir. If you like the outdoors, there are many footpaths and nature trails to follow and explore. If you are an animal lover then you will enjoy seeing the rare breeds farm where the Park has specialised in rare stock breeding since 1984 and they have been successful with Tamworth pigs, White faced Longwool sheep and Bagot goats, which were brought back to this country by the Crusaders. The Park is famous for their Aldenham Longhorn Cattle. Admission is free but exit fee for car park.
The Metropolis Centre is an entertainment complex in Borehamwood. It has the Curzon Cinema, Ten Pin bowling, a Pub and Health & Leisure centre, so there are plenty of things to enjoy. The First Bowl also has tickets available for concerts and gigs.
Borehamwood Carnival Parade
The Borehamwood Carnival parade which starts at Brook Road includes a variety of different colourful floats from all members of the community and it kicks off the annual town festival which runs for 2 weeks in June. Local events follow, such as Reel Film Festival and The Elstree Productions Show: Waxworks. There’s more entertainment, including the BBC Band Concert and the Annual Elstree Film evening and Film Festival. There’s a half marathon run and the fortnight of fun concludes with the big party. You can see the Christmas illuminations
Restaurants in Borehamwood
Nando's is a place for for people who love to eat and laugh. If you prefer to dine in a relaxed atmosphere, this is the place to go. The food is good and is excellent value for money. You can enjoy the unique taste of Peri-Peri chicken, which is a succulent fresh garde A chicken, buuterfly cut and then marinated for 24 hours in a secret brew and then turned into a mouth watering dish by being cooked over an open flame. There are hot spicy and daring dips for your chips and spicy rice, Nando’s salad or coleslaw. Nando's is a great place to eat.
This is a step in Italy, you will hear the soft strains of music from the piano and with the warmly lit dining area with arched ceilings and large windows you will settle in for the evening. You can nibble on fresh fried white bait and prawns or mussels cooked in tomato or white wine sauce before a main course. Then the main course is perhaps fillet of Dover sole served with mashed potatoes, mushrooms and onions. To finish off, for your dessert, you can choose from tiramisu or bombe strega, which is an Italian liqueur flavoured ice cream bombe, enrobed in rich chocolate. What a fantastic meal.
Noodlewood Noodle Bar
Brace yourself for a journey of adventure when you enter Noodlewood. There are so many dishes to choose from. Just one, is the Vietnamese Chilli Teriyaki gyu pho which is Mongolia noodles served with grilled beef marinated in teriyaki sauce. But there are so many other wonderous surprises. You can try the Vietnamese, Japanese, Singaporean, Chinese and Thai dishes. This restaurant offers a real treat for you taste buds
Zinco Ristorante & Pizzeria
Zinco serves enormous pizzas packed with toppings and well cooked tasty pastas which is really delicious and is served quickly. It offers a good size menu at affordable prices. There’s a really good atmosphere on a weekend and the service is excellent. If you like being around people and having a fantastic evening out then go to Zinco’s.
The Spice Garden have fifty years experience in indian cuisine. The restaurant has a welcoming atmosphere and offers an appetizing traditional menu for you to enjoy. They provide specialality dishes and an excellent service and they are open seven days a week for lunch or evening dining.
Entertainment in Borehamwood
The Reel Cinema at Borehamwood is situated in the town centre. It has 4 screens showing all the latest films. The largest screen has 190 seats and the smallest has 115 seats which makes it a very cosy little cinema. Once you get your usual sweets and popcorn you can settle down in this very clean and functional cinema and enjoy your film. As well as showing great films the Reel Cinema provide their customers with comfort and cleanliness all at affordable prices.
Waggon & Horses
The Wagon & Horses is a traditional Old English pub which was built in 1471. Its original oak beams and cheerful open fires make this one of the most popular pubs in the area. A Homemade food menu is available with seasonally selected dishes. Many of the ingredients are supplied locally and the beef, pork and lamb are all organically raised and provided from a Local Farm. As well as serving good food there is regular live music jazz and real ale.
Hart & Spool
The Hart & Spool is a Wetherspoon pub which serves standard inexpensive food. It takes its name from the ‘hart’ and ‘spool’ featured in the authority’s coat of arms. The hart symbolises the name Hertsmere (which means the Hertfordshire boundary), while the spool represents the area’s film industry.
Mops & Brooms
The Mops & Brooms has recently undergone a half million pound refurbishment which now has a completely new layout which makes it a great place to go to for relaxing after a hard day. There is a daily specials Menu board with good selection of food for all different tastes. In the summer months you can sit in the beer garden and enjoy the warm weather which is very popular when the sun is shining. This pub is overall worth a visit.
The Wishing Well
The Wishing Well is a lively Irish Pub with stained glass windows and a booth layout. There are TV’s which is great for sports lovers and gaming machines. They serve a pretty good pint of Guinness and the pub is decorated with Irish memorabilia. There is Live Music at the weekends.
Where to Stay in Borehamwood
The Holiday Inn-London is situated just off the A1 and is close to both the M25 & M1 motorways. There is an onsite leisure club with a range of facilities including an indoor pool, equipped gym, and steam room, spa and luxury beauty treatments. You can choose between chilling out in the bar and lounge area or you may wish to dine in the O'Sullivans Restaurant, which has a variety of dishes for all different tastes. The Holiday Inn has 135 air conditioned rooms with tea and coffee-making facilities. There is car parking and smoking is only permitted in designated areas.
The Ibis Hotel is just minutes from Borehamwood town centre and it is right next to the Millennium Studios. You can make yourself comfortable in one of the 122 modern and spacoius air cooled rooms. There is a 24/7 snack bar and for the evenings the Café offers a themed approach to dining. Discounts at the nearby leisure centre and pool are offered to Ibis guests and there is free parking.
The Elstree Inn has 28 comfortable rooms with bathrooms, direct dial telephones and colour television. All rooms provide tea and coffee making facilities hair dryer and there are ironing facilities upon request. The staff provide a helpful and friendly service, so you just need to ask. There are smoking and non smoking rooms and it is advisable to state which you prefer when booking. The Elstree Inn provides a friendly approach to service at an affordable price for all. There is ample free car parking.
Edgwarebury Corus Hotel
The Edgwarebury Corus is a 3 star hotel located in 10 acres of woodland. It is a Tudor-style
half timbered country house hotel and the bar look out on beautiful garden views. Bedrooms are tastefully decorated and are in the Tudor house and in the modern wing. All 49 bedrooms have recently been completely refurbished and they include satellite TV. You can enjoy a fine dining experience in the Cavendish Restaurant and Terrace Bar where inspiring dishes are served with a perfect selection of wines. This is the perfect place to get away to relax and get away from the stresses of life.
Village Prem Hotel
The Village Prem Hotel is a newly opened 4-star hotel. There are 120 modern stylish rooms with free Wi-Fi wireless internet access throughout. Available facilities include a state-of-the-art gym, a 25-metre swimming pool, a steam room, a sauna and a whirlpool spa. The dining and drinking options include the Victory Pub, the Verve Grill and a Starbucks coffee shop.