Directions to Hertford Heath

How to get to Hertford Heath

The Village is located on a heath above the River Lea valley on the south side. It is a little over two miles from any of three local towns, Hertford, Hoddesdon or Ware.

Hertford Heath is about 25 miles north of central London and lies between two major trunk roads – the A1 and the A10 which connects London with Cambridge.  The M25 is about 15 minutes away by car via the A10.

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Travelling by car

The A1 and the A10 are connected by the A414 which links Hatfield and Harlow.  The A414 runs through the county town, Hertford, and in Hertford the B1197 runs directly to Hertford Heath where it forms London Road, the western boundary of the village.

  • From the South East
    Leave the M25 at junction 25 to join the A10 north (Cambridge), exiting the A10 at Hoddesdon.

  • From the South West
    Leave the M25 at junction 21a to join the A405, then the A414 to Hatfield and on to Hertford. The B1197 leads to Hertford Heath village.

  • From the North
    Leave the A1(M) at junction 4 for the A414 to Hertford, or leave the M1 at junction 7 (St Albans) for the A414 to Hertford.

  • From the East
    Via the M11 leave at junction 7 (Harlow) for the A414 to Hertford.


 Useful postcodes for your SatNav:

  • Haileybury:        SG13 7NU

  • The Village Hall: SG13 7RH

  • Village Green:    SG13 7RT

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