Fanhams Hall
Fanhams Hall Road
Ware SG12 7PZ
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The hotel's Hertfordshire location is just a short distance from all the major routes into London, Stansted, M1, M25 or simply the A10 just around the corner.

Ware train station is 2.5 miles away and a taxi to and from the venue costs approximately £7.

Parking is available.


Fanhams Hall is an 18th-century Queen Anne House-style country house. It is a Grade II* listed building.

Set in 27 acres of stunning Grade I listed grounds it boasts many features including a Grade II listed Japanese Tea House and formal gardens.

The interior is decorated in the Arts and Crafts style with plasterwork by LA Turner and stained glass by Morris and Co. in the library.

Fanhams Hall is noteworthy for being the birthplace and home of the first Lord Croft, Sir Henry Page-Croft, who was the youngest son of Richard Benyon Croft (benefactor of Richard Hale School) and who was Winston Churchill's appointed Under-Secretary of State for War until 1945.

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