The Aubreys


By Geoff Webb

The Aubreys
Geoff Webb

The Aubreys at Hemel Hempstead Road, Redbourn was built by the celebrated hatter G. E. Dunn.  His Humber car stands outside. The Aubreys looked like this in the 1950’s.  It is now a Ramada Hotel.

This page was added on 20/10/2010.

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  • This must be where i stayed i lived in Shoreditch.

    By Susan Inglis (11/09/2018)
  • I’m sure this is where my family (mum, dad, my four brothers and I) stayed during the 1950s. We lived in the east end of London and the Aubreys was used as a holiday home by the council for poor families who couldn’t otherwise afford a holiday. I would be interested to learn more or hear from others who holidayed here.

    By Linda Pope (26/07/2018)
  • I believe some children from London were evacuated here during the war.

    By Hana Earley (07/11/2017)
  • I am trying to find out what the house was used for during the 1939 -1945 ww2 as I believe it had a military connection.

    By Gill Mastrangelo (15/10/2015)
  • Whilst sorting through some old photos belonging to my late parents I came across a photo of a house with the words “The Aubreys, Redbourn 1941” on the back. Not having any connections in Hertfordshire I thought I would google this. On the photo all the windows and doors of the house are open!

    By Maureen Jones (10/01/2011)