Waltham Abbey Hotels

Named after Waltham Abbey Church, the town of Waltham Abbey, England, gives visitors a break from busy London with attractions like Fishers Green Nature Reserve.

Waltham Abbey

Waltham Abbey, GB
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Old Shire Lane Waltham Abbey, United Kingdom EN93LX
Just off the junction 26 of the M25 with easy access to London and surrounding areas.

Waltham Abbey

Waltham Abbey is a suburban market town in the London Metropolitan district. It is set in the picturesque countryside and boasts rich history, and heritage. It is also only a short train ride to London from Epping Station. One of the top Waltham Abbey attractionsis its namesake, the Waltham Abbey. First built back in 1066, the structure is magnificent and will please visitors with its stunning architecture. The surrounding Abbey Gardens, on the other hand, make for a pleasant stroll, and a relaxing afternoon. Next, head to the Royal Gunpowder Mills to learn about how gun powder is produced, explore the historic buildings, and enjoy the lovely grounds. Otherthings to do in Waltham Abbeyallow visitors to discover the stunning nature that surrounds the town. Head to the beautiful River Lea Country Park for a fun day out in the nature or meet wild birds at the Coda Falconry. Guests will also love the ancient Epping Forest, which offers trails, cycling, and other recreational activities. To further explore the town’s history, head to the Museum in Sun Street or just discover the town center with its lovely architecture, many interesting boutique shops and, of course, traditional English pubs.
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