The Feathers Hotel Wadesmill near Ware Hertfordshire and the County town of Hertford via the A10. The Feathers Hotel was originally a 17th century coaching inn, in the early 1600's the inn was called The Princes Arms' and had been owned by various blacksmiths and tanners. In 1615 Ralph Osbertson purchased the inn and later, in 1670, allowed his son to change the name to 'The Feathers'. It subsequently became one of the busiest coaching inns in the area, stabling over 100 horses. Documents of the period mention five bedrooms, a step parlour, moon parlour, lion parlour and various other rooms. Today you'll find the inn with its convivial atmosphere and ivy clad walls, a perfect mix of beautifully conserved buildings combined with modern facilities that will make your stay totally memorable.
Junction 25 on the M25. Head towards Cambridge on the A10. Leave at Thundridge and Wadesmill exit. Turn right at roundabout at the bottom of the hill we are on the right hand side.
There are 31 comfortable en suite bedrooms. All rooms have TV, stereo, telephone, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and tea/coffee making facilities. Free Wifi.
Your function is very important to us and our dedicated team will ensure it runs smoothly on the day. You can choose from one of our variety of menu options from finger buffets to full sit down meals. Our conference room can hold up to 30 people - perfect for small family gatherings or meetings.
The attractive bar with wooden floor and comfy leather sofas is the ideal place to relax with a pint. Try some delicious bar snacks. Patio and small garden
The restaurant and bar are at the heart of 'The Feathers.' They are popular meeting and eating places for guests, business folk and local residents alike. The carvery especially offers a superbly cooked range of traditional meats and poultry and has become locally renowned for top quality food and service that is also excellent value for money.