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Ware is a small, attractive town with just under twenty thousand residents. The town is situated on the Roman road, Ermine Street and the attractive River Lee runs directly through the town. It is approximately thirty miles from the centre of London and has good transport connections . It is a residential area with a number of leisure facilities, entertainment venues, restaurants, bars and pubs. It is a lively and vibrant town which attracts many visitors. It has some good shops along the High Street with many street cafes and fast food outlets.
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The area has an exciting and lively night life with a number of good pubs and bars. The escorts in Ware love to party and are great social companions. They love to get dressed up and have a night on the town and will look great hanging off your arm. You will be the envy of all of your friends when you arrive with a hot and busty babe on your arm. You could try The Feathers Inn or The Rose and Crown for a few relaxing pints. You may want to take your escort in Ware for something to eat in one of the areas local restaurants. You will find something for every taste such as Indian, Italian, French and Greek. You could try The Fox and Hounds which is a traditional and friendly gastro pub where you can enjoy some hearty food.
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What to See in Ware
Along the river frontage there are some unique eighteenth century Gazebos. They are situated at the bottom of the gardens of the former coaching inn and they line the bank of the river Lee. These riverside summerhouses are thought to be the only remaining group of gazebos in Britain.
You may be surprised to learn that tucked away in a street of modern houses in Ware is the country's largest grotto. The grotto consists of six chambers connected by passages and ventilation shafts which are decorated in flints, minerals and shells. It is open to the public from 2.00pm - 4.30 pm every Saturday and Bank Holiday from April to September inclusive. Entrance is free but a donation of £1.00 is suggested from new visitors. It is advisable to wear flat shoes and to bring a torch.
The Ware Museum
The Ware Museum is a small museum that offers a large archaeological collection - mainly Roman from the town underneath Glaxo's in Priory Street, but also Bronze Age, Iron Age and Saxon. In the 17th-19th centuries Ware was the main supplier of malt to the London brewers. There are lots of tools and photographs about malting, as well as records, photos and a model of the sort of sailing barge used as it was taken down the river Lea. Ware Museum is open Tuesdays and Thursdays as well as the weekend.
Restaurants in Ware
When you visit Sfizio’s you can enjoy a great atmosphere and sample the finest Italian pizza and pasta, plus a wide selection of meat, seafood and fresh fish and a selection of specials of the day. Whatever you choose you will be provided with a great night out because there is live entertainment whilst you dine. Sfizios is open 7 days a week.
Three Lakes Restaurant
The Three Lakes Restaurant is nestled in beautiful Hertfordshire surroundings and is located on the Westmill Farm estate. The restaurant prides itself for the exquisite views of the glorious lakes. This is just perfect for a romantic meal for two or a spot of lunch after a round of golf.
Fox & Hounds
The Fox & Hounds is a warm, friendly Gastro Pub with a great atmosphere and service which is nestled in the countryside of Hertfordshire. Diners have a choice of dishes selected from a sophisticated menu prepared by an award-winning Chef and can be seated in the bar, lounge or the chandeliered dining room. The menu includes dishes that have English, French and rustic Italian influences.In the summer months, you can enjoy eating on the heated covered terrace.
Jacoby’s is situated in a historical 16th century house and is Ware’s second oldest building. The atmosphere is casual yet sophisticated and is complemented by the surroundings. This historic building has been tastefully restored enhancing the exposed beams, feature staircase and glass atrium. The restaurant offers an a la carte menu and dishes are designed to suit all tastes, appetites and pockets. You can also have a traditional roast lunch on Sundays and there is a terrace bar menu for those who are looking for a light snack.
The Sala Thai is a prestigious restaurant located in one of Ware’s oldest buildings which was at the turn of the Century a tobacco shop called Coopers. The original shop was on street level and its warehouse in the cellar. Now the shop area has been transformed into the main Restaurant Reception area. The Sala Thai chefs use only the freshest and authentic ingredients in all their dishes. There is an efficient but friendly service provided.
Entertainment in Ware
Rose and Crown
This is a small cosy traditional pub offering home-cooked food. The service second to none and all the food is freshly cooked. Definitely one of the best pubs in Ware and you will receive a warm welcome and it is a lovely pub for a quiet drink and a chat with a nice atmosphere about it. Well worth a visit.
This is a very friendly pub which has a great atmosphere, with live entertainment on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. The music is never the same two weeks running. They serve an excellent Sunday lunch. It also has the usual crib, dominoes, poker and darts.
The Feathers Inn
The Feathers Inn was originally a 17th century coaching inn and it still has exposed brickwork, seasoned beams and welcoming log fires. The food on offer covers a wide choice of traditional and vegetarian dishes, as well as a popular selection of mouth-watering snacks and light refreshments from the bar. Inside there is a perfect atmosphere for relaxing and enjoying good food.
The Tap Bar
The Tap Bar is located in a small market town and is a small family run inn offering a friendly welcome. There are four main areas to choose from, the front, middle and back bars and also a popular courtyard. If you want to buy your drinks or check into one of their rooms you can go to the middle bar. The courtyard area is where you can sit most of the year. During the colder months there are outside heaters to keep you warm.
The Crooked Billet
The Crooked Billet is located at the top of a backbreaking hill and is slightly of the way for visitors, but by the time you’ve made it up the hill you probably will have worked up quite a thirst and can look forward to choosing from a great selection of real ales.
Where to Stay in Ware
The Feathers Inn is a beautifully preserved 17th-century coaching inn situated in the pretty Hertfordshire village of Wadesmill. The restaurant has old exposed brickwork, original wooden beams and welcoming log fires which creates a cosy, relaxing atmosphere. The menu offers a wide choice of traditional and vegetarian dishes and there is an excellent carvery offering a superbly cooked range of meats and poultry for a tradditional Sunday Roast.
The Roebuck Hotel
The Roebuck Hotel is a comfortable and friendly 3 star hotel overlooking the old market town. It has recently been tastefully refurbished and includes all the modern conveniences. The hotel offers 49 en-suite bedrooms and all guests receive a warm and friendly welcome and there is ample free parking.
Fanhams Hall Hotel
Fanhams Hall is a listed Jacobean building set in 27 acres of stunning grounds. It offers a pleasing balance of relaxed comfort in informal surroundings with a style of service that seeks to please. This hotel offers impeccable guestrooms that are elegantly designed with all the essential facilities to ensure you have a pleasurable stay.
Roydon Mill Hotel
The Roydon Mill Estate is situated in a stunning location on the River Stort and offers
luxury accommodation at good value rates. Guests stay in their own luxury non-smoking lodge which has an en suite bathroom, a plasma TV and DVD player, and a fully equipped kitchen/dining area. Each lodge has its own parking space.
Hanbury Manor Hotel
Hanbury Manor is a 5-star luxury Jacobean country hotel set in 200 acres of Hertfordshire parkland, with its fragrant walled gardens. You can dine in the award-winning Zodiac restaurant or in a more contemporary style of the Oakes Grill. Special features inside include the richly panelled library warmed by an open fireplace. It is considered to be the "Original Country Retreat" with elegantly designed guest rooms which include all the expected amenities and an excellent service.