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Stevenage is a large, exciting town set in the vast green fields and meadows of Hertfordshire, at a short 30 miles away from the electric energy of central London. Stevenage boasts a unique balance of angular modern architecture, redbrick Georgian townhouses and idyllic open green spaces. With a number of sprawling shopping centres, a small but thriving arts scene, and a raft of historical heritage and old-world buildings, an urban getaway in Stevenage offers something for everyone.

Things to see

Wake up bright and early and amble along to Stevenage’s pedestrianised town centre, and indulge in a coffee and slice of sugary homemade cake at one of the many family-run cafés. Take in the remarkable sight of Joyride, a magical mother and child sculpture crafted by an exemplary Czech architect. Similarly intriguing architectural oddities are speckled throughout Stevenage, such as the grey and gold post-modern mosaic on the clock tower. Stroll through the deep-green town gardens, where the melodious chime of bird song leads you to Stevenage’s modern Church of St Andrews, a grey-stone marvel with a glass-window facade and a coiling half-hollow spire. Inside, Stevenage Museum tells of the town’s history, and makes for an enthrallingly educational visit. As the afternoon rolls on, shoppers can sneak away to the designer stores of Queensway, or the unique antique and second-hand boutiques of Old Town.

Hotels in Stevenage

Central Stevenage hotels offer 3-star accommodation set in sleek modern buildings, and provide reliably grand service where your every need is speedily attended to. The rooms are large and comfortable, and come complete with the modern amenities of free WiFi and HD television. For a slightly more traditional stay, Stevenage’s selection of small, affordable and independently-run historic hotels, inns and lodges offer 3-star rooms set in redbrick Georgian houses with quaint adjoining gardens. For something special, the surrounding Hertfordshire countryside hides a handful of stellar 4-star hall hotels and lodges, which provide elegant service and refined rooms.

Where to stay

Stay in the northern part of Stevenage’s large central area - Old Town - to be immersed in the town’s traditional charm. This area boasts narrow winding streets strung with small independent stores, artisan restaurants and a blend of traditional centuries-old taverns and more modern bars, with subtly vintage-style interiors. For a more buzzing area awash with designer shops, glitzy contemporary architecture and open green parks, stay in central Stevenage. For a romantic holiday situated in an opulent village of limestone mansion houses and endless riverside walks, stay in nearby Ware, and unwind in the resplendent surroundings.

How to get to Stevenage

Stevenage can be easily accessed by car, with the A1(M) motorway racing right beside it. If driving from the east, either take the M25 and adjoin the A1(M), or treat yourself to a pleasant countryside ride through the A414 and A602, and stop along the way for a picnic at the verdant Lee Valley. Stevenage is served by a large railway station that offers regular direct trains to London, and less frequent trains north to Newcastle. Stevenage’s wide central roads means that getting around by car is a breeze, and the endless cycle paths make the town bike-friendly.

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