Car hire in Hemel Hempstead
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Where to pick up my car
There are a number of recognised car rental companies operating in Hemel Hempstead, which means that once you find your way to the town centre, you just have to find the right office. Once you’ve done that, you simply have to hand over your booking information and pick up the keys.
“The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
Where to go
Once you’ve got your rental car, you can head off and explore. There are plenty of little villages nearby Hemel Hempstead, where you can play golf, shop in quaint little boutiques and stroll through beautiful parks. You can also visit stately homes and the gardens that accompany them.
Nearby Hemel Hempstead
If you head down the M1 motorway from Hemel Hempstead, you’ll end up in London, one of the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities. There, you can do just about everything you could possibly imagine. You could see a West End show or go shopping on some of the most famous streets in the country.
If you’d prefer a bit of peace and quiet in some stunning nature, you could drive down the M4 to the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Or you could use the M25 and A127 to get to Southend-on-Sea, where you can relax on the beach.
Eating and drinking
With Hemel Hempstead being so close to the capital, there is a huge variety of options for dining out. You can try traditional British fare or go more exotic, with cuisines from far-flung countries there for you to enjoy. There are also plenty of pubs and bars to enjoy a drink in after you’ve chosen what you’re having for dinner.
Things to do
You could stop by the Frithsden Vineyard, a hidden gem where you can enjoy some of the wine produced in Hemel Hempstead. You could also visit Gadebridge Park, a beautiful patch of greenery with lots to do and see, including some gorgeous gardens and a lovely river.
If you’re looking to do a bit of sightseeing, you should head to St Mary’s Church - an architecturally stunning building in the old town area of Hemel Hempstead. You could also visit Piccotts End house, where you can see mysterious wall paintings dating back to the 15th century.
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