Whether you stay in Enfield or venture a little further to the centre of London, there’s a wide variety of things to do and places to see. And if you find yourself lacking in inspiration, our helpful staff can point you in the right direction.
Palace Exhange Shopping Centre
Enfield's premier shopping destination for all the family. With over thirty of your favourite High Street brands all located in one centre, the Palace Exchange Shopping Centre offers something for everyone, so you can enjoy shopping whatever your need.
The Grade I listed Jacobean Hall built in 1629 is open to the public Wednesday to Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm. A spectacular heritage visitor attraction offering an innovative event program with regular activities throughout the year.
The venue is really clean and tidy, free Wi-Fi throughout, lovely clean en suite, fresh clean linen, plenty of fresh clean towels and tea and coffee freely available in the rooms. The staff are super friendly and cheerful, always willing to help and attend to any extra requirements.Cazza1727 - TripAdvisor
First opened as “The People’s Palace” in 1873, Alexandra Palace boasts a beautiful setting with panoramic views of London. The additional leisure facilities which include the Ice Rink, Phoenix Bar, Boating Lake, Children's Playground, Animal Enclosure and Conservation Area provide year round entertainment for everyone.
Paradise Wildlife Park
The UK’s most interactive zoo. Get up close to our animals, including tigers, lions, monkeys, zebras, camels, penguins and many more. What makes Paradise unique is the fact you can touch and feed many of the animals.
I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was nicely decorated. The location was nice and convenient with parking available. I would stay here again.Esen E - TripAdvisor
Myddelton House & Gardens
Myddelton House was home to E A Bowles (1865 to 1954) who devoted much of his life to the creation of the Garden. As an enthusiastic collector and accomplished plantsman Bowles discovered and selected many plants, in particular unusual varieties, many of which can still be seen in the Garden today.
Enfield Golf Club
Founded in 1893, Enfield was one of the first 500 Clubs to be established in the UK. Traditional, but with a modern approach to all golfers and visitors needs, they have something for everyone. The course and clubhouse are situated in beautiful surroundings and offer both new and experienced golfers a chance to play a picturesque, 18 hole parkland course. They have excellent bar and catering facilities with playing and social members are all very welcome, both on weekdays and weekends.