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December 2017: A West Country Christmas – Dorset in December

Thomas Hardy’s celebration of Christmas in Dorset in his early novel Under the Greenwood Tree is perhaps second only to A Christmas Carol (a version ...More
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Manor of Groves Hotel, Harlow

Manor of Groves Hotel
Nestled in 150 acres of beautiful countryside, Manor of Groves Hotel, a magnificent Georgian property, offers elegant dining, an extensive health, beauty and fitness centre, golf course and free Wi-Fi ... More Prices from £92.0

The PitStop, Bishops Stortford

The PitStop
The PitStop is a small boutique hotel with a motoring theme that has a large original American-style kitchen diner, four unique bedrooms and Morgan sports cars on site. Stansted Airport ... More Prices from £99.0

Stansted Bonningtons, Stansted

Stansted Bonningtons
Quality accommodation in a period home set within landscaped gardens only a short distance from Stansted Airport, Bishops Stortford or Harlow. All of our rooms are fully en-suite (two en-suites ... More Prices from £54.99

Green Man Hotel by Good Night Inns, Old Harlow

Green Man Hotel by Good Night Inns
A delightful whitewashed, ivy clad building in the heart of historic Old Harlow. The Green Man is a 14th century former coaching station, surrounded by attractive streets and listed buildings ... More Prices from £62.50

Down Hall Country House Hotel, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire

Down Hall Country House Hotel
Down Hall Country House Hotel is a luxurious four star Country House Hotel located on the Hertfordshire - Essex border. Set in a 110 acre estate and features 99 spacious ... More Prices from £129.0

Travelodge Harlow, Harlow

Travelodge Harlow
Our Harlow hotel is great for culture vultures or tech heads. Famed for its collection of world-famous public sculptures from the likes of Rodin and Moore, Harlow is also the ... More Prices from £54.0

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Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plough, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is lord of all the animals - George Orwell
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