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A place to nest

Come and nest the night at The Old Cock Inn, set in the heart of Harpenden. With the town centre on your doorstep and just a short walk from Rothamsted Park, it is the perfect destination.

We have six modern and contemporary designed boutique en-suite bedrooms. Each bedroom has its unique design, comfy bed, 100% cotton linen, television, super-quick wifi access, luxury toiletries and home comforts (hairdryer, kettle & a selection of teas & coffees).

Our Room Prices start from £120 and are classified into 3 rates:
Very Good, Really Good & Top-Notch and Breakfast is now included in the rate*

We look forward to meeting you soon. For more information and to book your room please get in touch with us at reservations@oldcockinnharpenden.co.uk

*Rates/Rooms booked after 8th April 2024 include Breakfast. Breakfast is available for room-only rates at menu price.

What’s Near By?


Just a short drive from Harpenden you’ll find yourself in the Roman Town of St Albans. History in every footstep along with beautiful places to stop and soak up the atmosphere.

Plan your day out here. 


A 30 minute train ride you’ll be immersed in the heart of London Town.

Explore the city on sightseeing tours, soak up culture at museums and galleries or choose from the many free things to do. Treat yourself on famous shopping streets or enjoy world-class theatre shows.


Whether you’re looking to entertain guests or enjoy a round of leisurely golf, Harpenden has a variety of courses for you to pick from.

Including some of the best in the country – visit our list below to find out more and book your tee time.

Harpenden Golf Club

Aldwickbury Park Golf Club

Harpenden Common Golf Club

Redbourn Golf Club

Join us off the back 9 for a drink in the bar.


Approximately 7 miles long, the Nickey Line footpath and cycle way in Hertfordshire is a former railway line (the Harpenden to Hemel Hempstead Railway).

The Nickey Line still links Harpenden, Redbourn and Hemel Hempstead but is used now by railway history enthusiasts, walkers and cyclists from many parts of the country. It was opened as a footpath /cycleway in 1985.

In the grassland areas alongside the line listen out for the songs of skylarks and yellowhammers. Regular cutting or coppicing of the hazel increases habitat diversity, adding to the wildlife interest of the Nickey Line.

Click here for the Walk Guide