Places of Interest
At the heart of the community in the busy market town of Berkhamsted, St Peter’s follows a living tradition of inclusive worship focused on the Eucharist, encouraging us all to grow in experience, knowledge and love of God.
One of the oldest Motte and Bailey Castles in Britain and where many famous people have visited over the centuries. Duke William of Normandy came to Berkhamsted after defeating Harold at the battle of Hastings in October 1066 and then went to London to receive the crown on Christmas Day 1066.
Hertfordshire Dining Pub of the Year (for the sixth time) in the newly published GOOD PUB GUIDE. Set in the unruffled hamlet of Frithsden, near Berkhamsted; surrounded by National Trust woodland, The Alford Arms is a pretty Victorian pub, full of surprises. The flower filled garden overlooks the village green, which is a haven of tranquillity. Open every day.
A lovely town situated by the canal where you will find restaurants and shops to meet every need.
Open on Sundays - check their website