Directions to our Berkhamsted Restaurant
It’s really easy to find us by car. The centre of Berkhamsted is one long road – the London Road – and we are at the eastern end of it. You’ll find us on alongside the Grand Union Canal, just where the speed limit changes to 40.
The Old Mill has a large car park to the side and rear of the pub.
Berkhamsted is an historic town in west Hertfordshire, on the edge of the Chiltern Hills between the towns of Tring and Hemel Hempstead. Berkhamsted is historically important as the place where the crown of England was offered to William the Conqueror in 1066 and is famous for its castle, which now lies in ruins. Graham Greene, one of England’s finest novelists, was born and raised here. Nowadays Berkhamsted is a pretty market town with a bustling local economy.
Hemel Hempstead 5.5 miles
Amersham 8 miles
St Albans 12 miles
Aylesbury 14 miles
Harpenden 14 miles
High Wycombe 15 miles
Luton Airport 15 miles
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