The historic town of Berkhamsted, situated in Hertfordshire, is a real treat for the senses. The town has roots tracing back to the Norman era, evident in landmarks such as the dazzling 11th-century Berkhamsted Castle offering sweeping views and woodland walks.
The town centre is characterised by its charming High Street, adorned with a mix of historic buildings and independent shops. Berkhamsted’s market, held weekly, adds a vibrant touch, drawing locals and visitors to its lively stalls.
The picturesque Grand Union Canal and nearby Ashridge Estate offer a wealth of opportunities for scenic walks and outdoor activities.
Berkhamsted’s close proximity to London makes it an attractive commuter town with excellent rail links whilst maintaining its distinct character and rural charm. The town, well known for its educational institutions including the Berkhamsted School contribute to its lively atmosphere.
This unique blend of historic architecture, countryside alongside a bustling town centre makes Berkhamsted a wonderful place to visit.