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The Crystal Healer
The Verulam Estate
224 London Road
Under the railway bridge on London Road (there’s only one bridge over the road). We're in the building next to Cellar Door wine warehouse (glass entrance on right). The outer door is unlocked during the day – just push it, then press the F1 - The Crystal Healer - buzzer on the inner security door when you arrive.
Phone 07808 730750 if you can't find us.
From M25 junction 22 follow signs to St Albans, turn left under the railway bridge.
There is ample FREE PARKING on site. There are spaces available for visitors (that’s you) which are the first spaces by the wall on the left as you drive in to the estate and one right next to our building’s entrance. We also have a spare signed “Crystal Healer” parking space near our entrance. There are also disabled spaces available. Please try to avoid parking in spaces designated for other companies. You can also use the spaces reserved for Contrasol (by the trees on the driveway towards the golf club) any time and Cellar Door Wines on Sunday.
If you can’t park in any of these then just try and park somewhere that is not clearly designated (long story but don’t worry and ignore the clamping signs – they don’t clamp). Please do NOT park in spaces reserved for the Ambulance Service (these are ambulances!) and Fusion Music at all and Cellar Doors Wines on Saturday or other times they are open.
From St Pancreas Station, London – St Albans City Station is the first stop for the fast train, about 15 minutes or about 30 minutes on the slow train. There are usually about 4 trains each hour.
The Unit is about a 10 minute brisk walk from the station.
Come out of the Station and turn Right.
At the traffic lights turn Right over bridge.
At traffic lights turn Left and walk all the way down the road.
At the bottom of the road is a T-junction and mini roundabout, turn Left.
Go straight over the small roundabout and turn Right immediately before the railway bridge into Verulam Estate.
Look for cellar door wines we are in glass entrance on their right. The outer door will be unlocked and there is a security buzzer on the inner door.
Please note St Albans Abbey Station is nowhere near us! Trains run from Watford Junction. If you arrive here by mistake get a taxi!!
Hotels in St Albans Trip Advisor https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotels-g186306-St_Albans_Hertfordshire_England-Hotels.html
There is a new Premier Inn Hotel in St Albans 5 minute drive/less than15 minute walk. Town Centre. http://www.premierinn.com/en/hotel/STAPET/st-albans-city-centre
There is a brand new Holiday Inn Express 5 minutes drive away and just off the M25. Everyone who has stayed there so far have liked it. https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/gb/en/st-albans/ltnst/hoteldetail
or you could try Premier Inn Bricket Wood about 15 minute drive away. Nice surroundings.
We believe at the time of writing that Premier Inn prices start from £35 room only (but they are often much more expensive!)
Clarion St Albans Hotel in the city centre is less than 10 minute walk 4* http://www.stalbanshotel.co.uk/
Or why not add a little luxury to your stay at Sopwell House Country Hotel and Spa? 5* luxury hotel with both service and prices to match.
Wren lodge B&B 5 minute walk towards the Town Centre
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