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St Albans is a city set within the county of Hertfordshire. It is approximately twenty miles from the centre of London and has excellent transport links into the capital. St Albans train station is a major station which takes you to Kings Cross St Pancras in under twenty minutes. This makes the area a very desirable place to live for city commuters. St Albans has a lively night life with numerous bars, pubs and a popular night club. It also has excellent shopping facilities and a busy High Street. St Albans has everything you would need for a fantastic weekend away.
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St Albans is steeped in history and its city centre has a beautiful Cathedral and a historic market. It is a lively and bustling town and a great place to take your St Albans escort. You could really treat her to something nice in one of the many shops or take her for a bite to eat in a local restaurant. You will find something to suit every taste such as French, Italian and Indian along with traditional English establishments too. Many of the pubs have a good lunch menu so you could have a quick snack whilst enjoying a few drinks. You will also find a number of places to stay in the area from luxury hotels to cosy bed and breakfasts. Just make sure that you have the full address of where you will be staying.
There are plenty of great places to visit in St Albans with your chosen escort. It's not always all about the sex and the escorts in St Albans understand that sometimes you are just looking for some good company. Get out and about with your date and show her off in St Albans.
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What to See in St Albans
If it’s a good day there’s nothing better than a walk round St.Albans Lake to “feed the ducks” but beware the gueese will not leave you alone they have this uncanny sense even though they are too far away to zoom in on food. So make sure you have the correct food, not bread there is a sign which says “no bread” . Even if you don’t feed them it’s very entertaining just watching and it’s so good to have such a lovely place to visit. What could be better after an enjoyable brisk walk around the lake and then walk a bit further and stop off at “Ye Old Fighting Cocks” public house for a spot of lunch” Park at Westminster Lodge.
The 15th century Clock Tower
The clock tower is one of only two similar towers in England; it is also the site of an Eleanor cross, which was pulled down in 1703 due to neglect, replaced by the town pump. A fountain was erected in its place in 1874, now relocated to Victoria Place.
Is a popular vibrant street market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You can buy a variety of fresh food, gifts, clothing or almost anything else, There is also a Farmers Market which is held in Market Place on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 10am until 4pm. There is a variety of seasonal fruit and vegetables, top quality meat and game and if you enjoy good cheese this is where you will find it.. There is something here for almost everyone.
Restaurants in St Albans
St.Michael"s Manor is a beautifully decorated conservatory-style restaurant and dining area which overlooks the private garden and lake. The restaurant provides award winning British cuisine as well as Traditional A La Carte. The Lake Menu is available seven days a week except for Saturday Dinner (Night) and Sunday Lunch. This brasserie-style menu changes weekly and gives excellent value. You can also enjoy a light meal or afternoon Tea or an original Lake Luxury Coffee.
Sazio offer a variety of food, which is freshly prepared in a modern, contemporary style using only the best ingredients, imported directly from Italy. You can have a fixed price lunch from Monday to Saturday or a choice of daily specials. Whether it’s an Intimate meal for two or a light refreshing bite Sazio is an Italian food lovers dream and is situated in St Albans opposite the clock tower
Cinta Garden Restaurant
Located in the centre of St Albans, this restaurant offers a good variety of quality food and a choice of fine wines. They provide an excellent service within a pleasantly relaxing atmosphere and there is a dance floor and DJ. What makes this place quite outstanding is the level of service they provide. They Specialise in Oriental cuisine, their menu offers many different varieties from Peking, Szechuan, Canton, Malaysia and Thailand, ensuring that you are spoilt for choice.
The Blackberry Jack
The Blackberry Jack St Albans offers great value pub food, which includes their famous sizzling skillet meals for under a fiver. Good pub food and is an ideal place where you can go to get out of the cold and warm yourself.
Thai Square has recently carried out refurbishment in the 15th century Verulam Road building in St Albans. It has reopened the 15th century building and welcomes you to enjoy the genuine Thai hospitality and finest Thai cuisine prepared by their highly experienced chefs. When you go inside you will see several striking architectural features many of which were revealed during the recent refurbishment works.
Entertainment in St Albans
The Fighting Cocks
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is a public house situated at Verulamium Park close to the river Ver and the Kingsbury watermill, which is now maintained as a museum with a waffle house... It is one of several that lay claim to being the oldest in England. According to the Guinness Book of Records, this is the oldest pub in England. Inside it has wooden beams and low ceilings expected of such a property. The food is a liitle expensive for what is offered but there's a brace of ales, perhaps dissapointing for such a historical public house, but after you have stopped off for a pint you can then walk up Hollywell Hill to the centre of St.Albans or take the shorter route past St.Albans Cathedral which also takes you into the main high street.
O'Neill's in St.Albans
A Great Pub in St Albans and well worth visiting for the pub food, and the live music. The Pub is famous as it is housed in the old town library with the original stained glass windows. Friday is live music and Saturday night's DJ. Whenever you visit you will get a warm welcome and a cold beer and a perfectly poured Guinness. The combination of good food, live Music and generally enjoying yourself in a really friendly atmosphere, makes this real Irish character pub a good night out and well worth a visit.
The Abbey Theatre is Home of the Company of Ten, one of the best amateur drama groups in the country with a reputation for high quality performances. This is a great place to enjoy an evening at the theatre. There are two choices of seating arrangements, one is in the main theatre that seats 230 people and is larger for more comfort. The other choice is a more intimate seating area in the studio theatre. It’s situated at the bottom of Holywell Hill in the grounds of the park near the leisure centre which is opposite St.Albans Abbey station half a mile from St.Albans town centre.
If you are looking for the ultimate clubbing experience then you have found it, Club 24-7 is the perfect venue because it’s surrounded by scenic countryside with no neighbours complaining about how loud the JBL sound system is. It has state of the art Lazers and world class resident DJ’s which makes the perfect atmosphere. There is now a new Tropical garden for clubbers to enjoy comfort if they wish to smoke and Club 24-7 is the only club in Hertfordshire licenced for 24 hour drinking. This is definitely the place to party and put St.Albans back on the map. Because this is an exceptionally exclusive venue there is a strict door policy and VIP membership.
Batchwood Hall Night Club
Batchwood Hall during the day is a historical 18th century Mansion House set in 33 acres of beautiful woodland. In the evenings it transforms into a venue for the St.Albans Night Club scene which then really comes alive at night with atmosphere, music and style to bring you the best clubbing experiences every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Welcome to the most prestigious Nightclub in Hertfordshire.
Where to Stay in St Albans
Thistle St.Albans is a traditional 110-bedroom Victorian hotel which has undergone extensive refurbishment over the last year. Situated just minutes from the M25 and close to the A1, it’s a popular venue for both business meetings and short breaks.If you’re here on leisure our hotel is minutes’ from Future Gardens with its 27 acres of innovative gardens and beautiful meadows and soon to become home to the world-class pioneering project of Butterfly World - an amazing tropical dome filled with butterflies.
Sopwell House Hotel
Sopwell House Hotel Country Club and Spa was once the Georgian country home of Lord Mountbatten... Today, Sopwell House is your place in the British countryside. The vibrant and historic Roman town of St.Albans is the backdrop for a hotel that combines a traditional ambience with contemporary service, comfort and amenities, to make a truly memorable setting for special occasions, business meetings, dining and relaxation. All bedrooms, suites and apartments have an en-suite bathroom, remote control flat screen TV with satellite channels, direct dial telephone, and tea and coffee making facilities.
The White Hart Hotel
The White Hart Hotel is an historic 600 year old coaching inn. The food is freshly prepared using locally sourced seasonal ingredients and is available in the bar or in the elegant restaurant. You can also enjoy a traditional home cooked Sunday Lunch with a choice of meats served with fresh seasonal vegetables. If you go in the evenings you can have a haunted dinner and there is a resident ghost expert who provides a guided tour of the most haunted areas of the Hotel, as there have been many reputed ghostly sightings. There is a little girl who plays around the hotel, or the the lady who died when her horse drawn carriage pulled in to the archway. Or you can listen out for the noises from the cellar where plague victims were kept.
Quality Hotel St Albans
The Quality Hotel St Albans has been fully refurbished and is ideally located for easy access by road and rail and is a short distance away from M25, M1, and A1 (M) to London & airport links. The hotel has a Swimming Pool, Saunarium & Gym, Wifi high-speed Internet access and ample Free Car Parking.
The Comfort Hotel St Albans is a grade II listed building situated in the heart St Albans historic City Centre opposite the magnificent Abbey and close to some excellent shops, restaurants and traditional pubs. It is a superb hotel and it retains many original features including leaded light room screens, sweeping staircase and a magnificent mahogany and stained glass dome. St Albans Cathedral, Verulamium Park and Roman Museum, Whipsnade Zoo and the Gardens of the Rose are all close by, The M25 and M1 are just minutes away and London can be reached within 25 minutes.