A historic Hertfordshire village with a royal past
Located just east of the Chiltern Hills, Kings Langley was once the site of the royal Kings Langley Palace, home to the Plantagenet kings of England. The palace fell into disrepair, but the village's All Saints' Church remains the resting place of the first Duke of York. Far from being consigned to history, Kings Langley is also an up-and-coming area for London commuters, with less than an hour's journey to the capital. Some of north London's most popular suburbs, including St Albans and Slough, are also Nearby.
Enter a world of witchcraft and wizardry
You're just 15 minutes away from Watford in Kings Langley, which means that the world-famous Warner Bros Studio Tour is within easy reach. Enter the world of Hogwarts on this magical Harry Potter experience. You'll stand in the Great Hall, walk the cobbled streets of Diagon Alley, and even sample a Butterbeer in Hogsmeade. It's a wizarding adventure you don't want to miss.
Family fun at Langleybury Children's Farm
Charming Langleybury Children's Farm offers the perfect animal adventure for your little ones. Say hello to the owls, pigs and tortoises, and get the chance to feed your farmyard favourites at the cow, goat and sheep pens. The farm's friendly staff members are on hand to answer all your questions about the animals. Planning a trip to Kings Langley? Travelodge Hemel Hempstead Hotel places you within easy travel distance of Luton and Aylesbury, while our Travelodge Watford Central Hotel is perfect if you're planning that visit to Warner Bros Studios.