Here, you will be surrounded by the tranquillity of St Mary’s Conservation area. The setting is that of a quiet English Village but walk just 40 yards and you are in the midst of a bustling town centre. Leading retailers ply their wares either in the High Street or the robust shopping mall. Your only problem is deciding which of the dozens of eateries you will sample today. This building may be over 300 years old and worthy of its Grade 2 listing but the infrastructure is state of the art.
Its location couldn’t be more convenient. A few minutes driving will take you to the M1 with its access to Central London, the North and M25. Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick Airports are easily accessible. If you want to leave the car behind take a short stroll to either of the nearby Stations to take you on the London Underground or main line train to Central London or in the other direction to the Midlands and the North. Bus routes also proliferate in the area and off street car parking is close by.