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There’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained here at The Grove. A dedicated activity programme will ensure our younger guests are entertained during the school holidays, and there’s plenty more going on around the estate all year round…
A dedicated activity schedule to keep the little ones entertained during school holidays
There are three swimming pools to choose from - including a dedicated kids’ pool at Anouska’s
Discover the nature and wildlife that calls The Grove home by following one of our woodland trails
Enjoy an exhilarating trip through our woodland on one of our Segways
Grab one of our bikes and head out to explore
A great way for budding young golfers to experience the game
Ideal for children looking to learn a new skill
Relax and unwind with a game of tennis on our all weather tennis courts
Make use of our award-winning facilities with a fitness class at Sequoia
Hidden behind grand gates, our enchanting Walled Garden is a popular area for guests during the spring and summer months. With an outdoor pool, urban beach, volleyball and tennis courts, croquet lawn and Potting Shed, it makes for the perfect spot to while away the afternoon or spend a balmy summer afternoon.Explore
There’s always plenty to do in lively Hertfordshire. Check out our list of fun family activities and attractions nearby.
Love nature? Take a stroll or a short drive to Watford’s Cassiobury Park, a reserve with more than 46 species of bird and seven species of bat.
Britain’s newest indoor ski centre is based in Hemel Hempstead- just a hop, skip and a jump from The Grove. Lessons are available for skiers of all levels, from complete beginners to black run specialists.
Enter a world of magic with a visit to Warner Bros. Studio Tour- The Making of Harry Potter, where J.K Rowling’s famous books were brought to life.
Built in 1908, the theatre is now home to everything from pantomimes to family shows, Shakespear to musicals.
A great family day out, the Natural History Museum boasts galleries packed with land and marine life from around the world
One of Europe's largest wildlife conservation parks, Whipsnade Zoo is home to 2,500 animals - including many endangered species.
Adrenalin seekers should head to Thorpe Park to try out some of the UK’s most exhilarating (and terrifying) rollercoasters.
A stunning art deco cinema in the town of Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. The Grade II listed building was saved by a local entrepreneur and re-opened to the public in 2004.
Spanning 5,000 acres, Ashridge Estate is an area of the Chilterns Hills. You’ll find a range of wildlife here throughout the year, including carpets of bluebells in spring, rare butterflies in summer and the fallow deer rut in autumn.