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Bookshelf

Books based in this county:

Authors associated with this county 

Authors who are associated with this county (born or lived here) or who have based their books here.

Bernard Shaw

George Orwell

Samuel Pepys

Freya North

Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice set in Hertfordshire) 

Charles Dickens (featured Hatfield in Oliver Twist)

George Bernard Shaw

Graham Greene

Beatrix Potter

Barbara Cartland

Local directory

Find your perfect cuppa or indulge your sweet cravings by choosing one of these great local companies.

Places to eat and drink

Molly's Tea Room

96 Bancroft

Hitchin

SG5 1NQ

Heartwood Tea Rooms

27 High St

Sandridge

St Albans

AL4 9DD

Abbots Kitchen

Sumpter Yard

St Albans

AL1 1BY

Hertfordshire

Herts in a county in the east of England. Although close to London and not too far away from the coast, Hertfordshire boasts its own attractions: castles and museums, wildlife parks and nature reserves, and sparkling culture and family fun.

Places to visit

 

St Albans cathedral, Natural History Museum Tring, Lee Valley White Water centre, Paradise Wildlife Park, Brocket Hall Estate, Warner Bros. Studio.

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