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The ancient market town of Baldock is located in the county of Hertfordshire, at the source of the River Ivel. From your holiday cottage in Baldock, take a stroll along the High Street, where you will find a variety of independent shops, pubs and restaurants. You will notice several fine examples of historic architecture, including a terrace of pretty almshouses and an art-deco-fronted former hosiery factory. Nearby, the George café and restaurant are housed in a striking 15th-century building in the town centre. Chapmans is an award-winning butcher, while Days of Ashwell is an excellent bakery next door. Self-catering holidays in Baldock suit visitors travelling by public transport, thanks to the town’s railway station, with direct trains to London and Cambridge. Exploring the magnificent university architecture of the city of Cambridge is highly recommended and can be reached in less than an hour. The neighbouring town of Royston is well worth a visit, with the award-winning Priory Garden and weekly markets at Market Hill on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Beneath the crossroads in the town centre, the mysterious artificial Royston Cave was discovered.

Half hidden by trees, a Hertfordshire cottage overlooks a long, manicured lawn

Picture This is a luxurious rural cottage set on the grounds of Pembroke Farm near Slip End in Hertfordshire. The idyllic setting ensures relaxation, and the manicured gardens are a delightful space to dine and unwind. The farmhouse-style kitchen typifies the successful blend of tradition and modernity.

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Recommended Places to Visit When On Holiday in Baldock

The Gotha Garden at Pembroke Farm Don’t miss the chance to stroll through this beautiful formal garden, which is a short drive from Baldock.

Stotfold Watermill and Nature Reserve: Watch a historical watermill in action and enjoy the tranquillity of eight acres of wildflower meadows and woods.

Royston Cave Discovered in the 18th century, the cave features storied stone carvings and is open for the public to explore. Cromer Windmill Set amid unspoiled countryside near Royston, this is one of the few surviving historical windmills in the area.

Ashwell Museum This unique museum tells the story of rural life in one Hertfordshire village.