Welwyn removals and guide to living in Welwyn UK

Town / Area:

Welwyn is a lovely area. For a worry-free move, Van Man in London offers a reliable service and a short guide to living in Welwyn.

Property Prices:

Estimated price for a 2 bedroom apartment to rent
£600 – £1,400 per month

Estimated price for a 4 bedroom house for sale
£180,000 – £1,750,000

Local Towns:

Welwyn Garden City, Little Amwell, Harmer Green-Tewin, Hatfield, Welwyn-Codicote, Wheathampstead, Knebworth, Bookmans Park, Hertford, Harpenden, St. Albans


Bus and coach: Area 4. Lines to and from London, St Albans, Luton, Hatfield, London, etc.

Rail journeys of between 35 minutes and 50 minutes, into Moorgate or London Kings Cross, are available from either Welwyn Garden City (3 miles south) or Welwyn North.

Other rail services offer routes to St Albans, Enfield, Stansted and Heathrow Airports, London, Oxford, etc.

Luton airport is about 8 miles to the north west, whilst Stansted is approximately 20 miles east.

Welwyn is just off the A1M, approximately 10 miles north of junction 23 on the M25.

Welwyn village

Welwyn Guide

Welwyn is not just Welwyn Garden City! The original village of Welwyn, also called Old Welwyn, is a great place to be in its own right. As were several towns in Hertfordshire, it used to be a Roman settlement, and still bears traces of their presence. The ruins of the Roman Baths are a must-see in the area.

If you are moving to Welwyn as a family, you will be happy to know that the village has two primary state schools, as well as an all-ages independent school. For secondary schools, children will need to go to Welwyn Garden City or Stanborough.

The village has kept unspoiled its original charm and a walk through its streets will bring you back to its coaching heydays, back when it used to be an important staging post. Stroll through High Street and Church Street, and you will discover an array of shops, pubs and other amenities which make for a busy, welcoming and lively village.

The small town also offers a few restaurants, including a lovely new Italian place, where you could enjoy pasta or a pizza, cake and a coffee for £9.90. Aqua is another Italian restaurant which always wins the public’s support, and the Wellington and the White Horse offer more traditional British cuisine, in a typically rustic atmosphere.

For an interesting and original Sunday activity, why not book a cooking class at the Welwyn Cooking Academy? At this workshop, you will learn to cook all manners of dishes and desserts with a friendly professional chef, Dennis Van Golberdinge, all in lovely atmosphere.

More affordable than St Albans, great for your daily commute, safe and pleasant, Welwyn is the perfect place if you are looking to relocate with your family. And for sports, you can either enjoy the great outdoors, perfect for a run or a football match among friends, or join one of the many sport centres in the area, in Welwyn Garden City or in Hatfield. Children and adults alike will love these leisure centres which offer a great selection of sports, including team sports, tennis, golf, swimming, martial arts, dance, fitness and so much more.

The only thing left to do is to find a place and prepare your house move! Welwyn has great real estate opportunities to offer, whether you are looking for a small apartment in the historical centre of the village or a grand family house set on a beautiful plot.

Early morning pick up
Welwyn village Van man service

WELWYN Removals

Prepare your move to Welwyn village and hire a Man with a Van offering removal services in the area. This will ensure your move goes as smoothly as you would hope, and leave you more time to organise other aspects of your relocation to Welwyn.  Van Man in London provide a punctual and affordable removal service in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and North London and pride themselves on putting customer satisfaction first.