West Lodge Park Hotel is one of the finest 4 star country house hotels in Hertfordshire, located in Hadley Wood. Set in 35 acres of amazing countryside that forms part of Enfield Chase, the hotel is home to The Beale Arboretum, an oasis of open space, wonderful views, and over 800 species of tree.
- Located in easy reach of London, Essex, and Buckinghamshire.
- Extensive country grounds including the Beale Arboretum
- Recently awarded the highest rating by the AA of any 4 star hotel in North London and Hertfordshire.
- Locally renowned restaurant
- Stylish bedrooms
Four Poster Bed
Internet Connection in Rooms
1 AA Rosette Dining
Hadley Wood or Potters Bar
Good to know
Hotel check-in time: 2:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
- Monday - Friday: 7am - 10am
- Weekends: 8am - 10.30am
- Monday - Saturday: 12pm - 2pm
- Sunday: 12.30 - 2pm
- Monday - Saturday: 3pm - 6pm
- Sunday: 3.30pm - 6pm
- Monday - Friday: 7pm - 9.30pm
- Saturday: 7pm - 10pm
- Sunday: 7pm - 9pm
The hotel does not have a dress code - please wear what you feel comfortable in.
There is ample free onsite parking
There are two accessible bedrooms, please contact our Reservations Team if you require an adapted room.
Also ground floor rooms available in the Chestnut Lodge section.
Compact lift available in the Main Building. Might not be suitable for large electric mobility scooters / chairs.
The front steps have a handrail and there is also a wheelchair ramp at the front entrance.
The hotel has a number of routes available to access the areas.
There are several rooms that can take an extra bed or cot, please contact our reservations team for details. Breakfast for children aged up to 12 years is £12.
In 1963 Edward Beale took over a ten acre field previously sublet to a farmer and began an ambitious scheme of tree planting, with professional design and the Arboretum was born.
Since then more trees and shrubs have been added until there are now over 800 different varieties. The arboretum has attracted considerable press publicity and is officially recognised by the Plant Heritage for its Hornbeam and Swamp Cypress national collections.
History of the hotel
The hotel was first bought by the Beale family in 1945 and has remained in the family's ownership ever since.
Until 1924, the house was a family home by various families, including the Cater and Mosely families, who retain old photos of those days. In 1916/17 it was used briefly as a rest home for nurses during the First World War.
The hotel has one dog-friendly room. This bedroom has its own private terrace outside, and a gate leading to the exterior of the hotel, and the hotel car park. A maximum of two well behaved dogs will be accepted in the room. Dogs are not permitted in the main house.
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