Royston is situated in North Hertfordshire on the A10 and A505 14 miles south of Cambridge
A market town built on the Roman Road that ran from London to York nearly 2000 years ago. Most famous for it’s importance during the reign of King James I. Upon his journey south from Scotland, after the death of Queen Elizabeth I, he stopped in Royston to hunt and returned thereafter. His hunting lodge in Kneesworth Street is now known as the Old Palace. It is also known for its Cave that has theories of being used by Knights Templars or as a prison but no hard evidence to support this but definitely worth a visit. The world famous IWM Duxford is 10 miles away a dream for any aircraft enthusiasts. It is most popular how ever because of it’s great rail links to London and Cambridge.
All the major supermarkets are in Hoddesdon and some great pubs and restaurants as well as the usual coffee shops, newsagents, library, hair salons etc.