- Very Good
- 34 guest reviews
"It's an attractive medieval inn on the high street of the Old Town. Great touristy location on a quiet street of interesting eateries, a the..."
"Staff very helpful and welcoming, bed comfortable, shower excellent. Will definitely visit again...."
"We stayed in room 2 which was fairly basic but good quality for the price we paid. Staff were very friendly and breakfast was great!..."
"The pub, bar etc. are real old world and extremely welcoming. The staff were attentive and polite at all times. The food was good in the eve..."
"We would stay there again, it was convenient for where we needed to be...."
About the hotel
The Olde Kings Arms was first known as an ale house in the early 1600s. It is situated in a part of Hemel Hempstead known as the Old Town which, although occupying a comparatively small area, offers a complete package of historical quaint shops, beautiful old building and some fabulous restaurants and pubs. The Olde Kings Arms is a family friendly pub located in Hemel Hemsptead, recently refurbished with fantastic letting bedrooms, We serve a wide selection of cask beers, premium lagers and wines.
We are open from 11am, serving food from noon and throughout the day. Drop in for a drink or for fantastic food from our brand new menu, offering friendly service and a relaxed atmosphere.
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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82% would recommend it to a friend
Nice welcome, pretty location, huge luxury shower let down by mould.
It's an attractive medieval inn on the high street of the Old Town.
Great touristy location on a quiet street of interesting eateries, a theatre and historic buildings. A world away from the modern, scruffy town centre. Lovely park and Charter House walled garden across the road.
Room was spacious and with everything you'd want. Enormous great quality shower with 'rain' head feature in every room. The tiling in mine had lots of unappealing mould which should really have been scrubbed off. Didn't take dinner and only had toast for breakfast but they used wonderful fresh bread. Perhaps a good indicator for the general quality of the food there.