Lower Green House benefits from good transport links into London with Welwyn Garden City, Hertford North and Welwyn North train stations all only a few miles away. Road links are also good with the A1(M) motorway providing easy access to the M25, London and the North.
Tewin dates back to the Saxon times and there are numerous old buildings and 17 century cottages around the village. The local church of Saint Peter is half a mile south west of Lower Green and was originally built around 604 AD. It is believed to have been destroyed during the Norman conquest and was then rebuilt around 1086 with further modifications thereafter.
The Plume of Feathers pub dates back to around 1500 AD, and The Queen Hoo Memorial Hall was slightly later in 1584.
The Rose and Crown pub, Tewin Junior School and village shop (with post office) are all located around Lower Green. There are several small independent businesses operating in Tewin from beauty therapy, mobile hairdressing, car servicing and veterinary whilst also including the essential trades. Welwyn Garden City offers all the conveniences for shopping with a selection of supermarkets and its wide range of branded fashion stores. All the popular high street banks are available and their are a large selection of restaurants, cafes and eateries.
Sports and leisure is plentiful with three golf courses and a sport centre with its own dry slope ski facility. Hertford is just a short drive east of Tewin which also offers a great range of convenience stores, pubs, restaurants and a theatre. Upper Green hosts various sporting activities such as tennis, cricket and football, as well as the Plume of Feathers pub which are only half a mile away to the North.