Ryder House is a charming Edwardian Hotel set in the heart of a bustling town dating back to Roman times.
Built in 1911 by Samuel Ryder to house his successful seed company. Ryder is known as the donor of golf's prestigious Ryder Cup.
Today, the Comfort Hotel St. Albans retains many Edwardian features, including a sweeping staircase and magnificent stained-glass window dome. Ryder's original carved fireplace still stands in what used to be his private office.
Type of Cuisine:
All Cuisines. Traditional English and Greek
Directions by car:
From the M1 take Southbound Junction 6 & follow signs to St Albans. The hotel is located on Holywell Hill which is just down from the main London RoadBy Rail: 5 minutes from St Albans station, Fast and direct ThamesLink trains - 20 minute journey time into London Kings CrossBy Air: 30 minutes from Luton Airport & 45 minutes from Heathrow Airport
Directions by public transport:
Walking Distance From Abbey Railway and St.Albans Station.