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English: Codicote is a large village, about seven miles (11 km) south of Hitchin in Hertfordshire, England. It has timber-framed and chequered brick houses, of special interest being the 18th-century Pond House and the half-timbered "As You Like It" Peking restaurant (formerly the George and Dragon Inn). Codicote Lodge is 18th century and Codicote Bury 17th century. The church, mostly rebuilt in 1853, retains 13th-century work in its nave and aisles. A most unusual structure north of the village is the Node Dairy and Stud, erected in 1927. It is circular in design, and thatched, with a circular courtyard and a tower which is, in fact, a silo. (Sadly, the Node Court Dairy was badly damaged by fire 11-12th July 2015.)
village and civil parish in North Hertfordshire, England
Instance of village,
civil parish
Location North Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
  • 1,023.55 hectare
Authority control

51° 51′ 00″ N, 0° 14′ 24″ W

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