The Hotel Cromwell, Stevenage is a historic boutique hotel with a unique history and certainly worth a visit.
The grand fireplace inscribed with the date 1667 has been refurbished and is used as part of a comfortable seating area. The wooden panels lining some walls and corridors may not be original, but they offer a truly period feel.
The hotels historic 1930s clock has been given a much-needed refurbishment and, after being stuck at 3.15 for as long as anyone can remember, is now looking swish and telling the time once again.
The Hotel Cromwell was owned by a French family in the 1920s and 1930s, and became well established.
During the Second World War it was reportedly used as a billet for Canadian pilots, and the famous orchestral conductor Sir Henry Wood frequently stayed there before his death in Hitchin in 1944.
In 1963, an episode of cult television series The Saint was filmed there and its lead actor Roger Moore was a guest.
The peaceful outside area by our gazebo is perfect for your scenic pictures.
Their Bridal Suite is the perfect space to relax and recuperate after your special day with its fully draped four-poster bed.
Welcome to the Stevenage Wedding Fair at the completely refurbished Hotel Cromwell.
The wedding fair offers the opportunity to meet over 30 leading exhibitors from the Stevenage area and beyond in a relaxed informal atmosphere.
There are two fashion shows at 12.30pm and 2.30pm featuring the latest wedding dresses, together with menswear and great live entertainment.
The knowledgeable staff from Hotel Cromwell will be present to show you around.
The Wedding Fair is open from 11.00am - 3:30pm.
Admission and car parking are free of charge.
We look forward to meeting you.