Enfield Town - the heart of a borough
Enfield Town, often referred to as simply �Enfield�, is the historic and cultural heart of the borough of Enfield. Formerly a cluster of smaller villages, the town became part of London in the Tudor period. It's home to the Grade II listed St Andrews Parish Church, the Palace Gardens Shopping Centre, as well as the site of the world's first ATM.
Have a look around Holloway
Though Holloway isn't the most well-known area of London, it doesn't take too long to discover some of its charming hidden gems. There are several unique pubs and restaurants to sample, including El Molino and The Edward Lear. It also has convenient transport links to the historical intrigue of Highgate and the fashionable bustle of Upper Street.
See the fascinating Forty Hall Estate
A Grade I Jacobian manor, Forty Hall Estate is a staggering historical site nestled in one of Enfield's many tranquil green spaces. Here, you can step back several hundred years, and admire the hall's incredible architecture and beautifully preserved period rooms, all the while learning about the intriguing history of the estate, and the life of Sir Nicholas Rainton, its original owner.
Planning a trip to Enfield Town? Travelodge Enfield Hotel is less than 10 minutes from the town centre, and Travelodge Edmonton Hotel can be reached in 15 minutes.