Mercure Letchworth Hall Hotel, Hertfordshire, September 2011

by Emma Bumpus on September 4, 2011


This weekend’s “Prom in the Park” at the Mercure Letchworth hall hotel has restored my faith and interest in exploring local historical hotels in Hertfordshire, offering “something different”.

Of course staying in room 52, the bridal suite, indulged my established hobby of staying in luxury accommodation, but it was the relaxed friendliness of the staff and beautiful hotel building, with added country garden appeal, which massaged my career travelling senses.

The hotel’s “eden like” garden provided a lush “amphitheatre” from which six classical artists atmospherically captivated the emotions of guests and picnic enthusiasts, who revelled in the generous hampers brimming with colourful delicacies.

Artists including Classical Guitarist Amanda Cook and Violinist and Vocalist Lisa Rollin whose performances provided an afternoon of culture and glamour to a wide audience.

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Jacob Noell November 2, 2011 at 10:20 am

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Emma Bumpus November 2, 2011 at 2:06 pm

Hello there, firstly many thanks for your comment, always good to hear readers enjoy capturing my ” adventures. of travel”.

As a professional Careers Adviser and Writer, I am sure I could help you with your request. Please email me on bumpusemma@aol.com with the nature of your business and more details and I will be more than happy to put you in touch with the relevant people.

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Emma Bumpus November 12, 2011 at 7:51 pm

Many thanks!

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Emma Bumpus November 12, 2011 at 7:46 pm

Thank you, am planning some Christmas themed breaks shortly!

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