Cockfosters is located towards the northern fringes of London, providing a perfect blend of relaxing surroundings and excellent transport links to the heart of the city.
The suburb is endowed with an exciting range of natural and cultural attractions, making Cockfosters a great place to base either a short break or longer family holiday in London.
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Trent Park, which was opened in 1973, is hugely popular with active holidaymakers staying in Cockfosters. The park is famous for its landscaped grounds and lime trees, with the enigmatic Camlet Moat the crowning glory of the area.
Tourists staying with Premier Inn can also visit the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture during their time in Cockfosters. Housing the UK's most extensive collection of 19th and 20th century decorative design items, this family-friendly museum gives an insight into the social history of the home and how it has developed throughout the modern age.
The nearby Grade I listed Forty Hall is another popular site to visit for keen history fans holidaying in Cockfosters. The 17th century manor house now displays exhibitions about its past and the area's local history, helping holidaymakers understand the culture and heritage of Cockfosters and its surrounding districts.