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Chase Farm Hospital through the ages

Chase Farm Hospital was originally an orphanage, and like many large buildings it became a hospital during the WWI. The original clock tower - built in 1884 - is still part of the site today.

Sat in the London borough of Enfield, the hospital is close to the central capital and the bright lights of Leicester Square, museums of South Kensington and historic markets south of the river are all easily acciessible via the tube, bus, train or car.

Colourful blooms at Capel Manor Gardens

Enfield town centre has some fabulous places to visit and explore. Why not take a look around the captivating Capel Manor Gardens where there are colourful beds, drooping trees and follies to wander. The Princess Diana Memorial Rose Garden is a particular highlight, and is an area of class and enchantment. You can also enjoy the garden centre and the delicious treats that the restaurant has on offer.

Aerial adventures in Enfield

Enfield is an exciting place to visit and offers lots of attractions for all the family to enjoy. Head out on a walk around the beautiful parks or take it up a gear and enjoy a day out at Go Ape where you can zipline through the forest and keep the kids exhilarated in the outdoors.

Looking for cheap accommodation Near Chase Farm Hospital? Travelodge Enfield Hotel is only 10 minutes away, or Travelodge London Southgate Hotel is just over four miles away.