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Royston

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Royston is in Hertfordshire.

Royston
Royston Church

Get in

Royston is easily accessible by rail (on the Kings Cross/Cambridge line) and has good road connections north/south on the A10 and east/west on the A505.

Get around

There is a bus service round the town, though it's not that big a place so you can walk wherever you need to go.

See

  • Royston Museum Royston, [1].
  • Royston Cave

Do

Visit Therfield Heath An unspoiled area ideal for walkers, runners, etc. on the western edge of the town. Contains wide variety of plants and is the centre for the town's rugby, cricket, hockey and running clubs.

Buy

Shop in the high street with some delightfully old fashioned stores, alongside some modern chain stores. Nothing as big as M&S but you can get most things in the town if you look

Eat

There are plenty of places to eat: 3 Indian restaurants, 3 Indian takeaways, 2 fish and chip shops, 2 Chinese restaurants, 2 Chinese takeaways, 2 pizza restaurants, 1 Thai restaurant. In addition, food is usually available in the public houses (The Green Man, The Bull Inn, The Boars Head and the Barracuda). Food is also available in The Banyers Hotel in Royston.

Drink

  • North Star
  • White Bear
  • Coach and Horses
  • Old Post Office
  • Jockey
  • Banyers
  • Chequers
  • Old Bull Inn
  • Green Man
  • Boars Head.
  • Heath Sports Club on Therfield Heath.

Sleep

Rooms available at The White Bear public house and also at The Green Man'.

  • Cambridge Motel (approx 3 miles north of Royston on the A10) provides accommodation and can cater for events, such as weddings, company parties, etc.
  • Bull Inn
  • Banyers Hotel

Bed and Breakfast

  • South Farm, [2]. High quality Bed and Breakfast.

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