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Homelye Farm
Braintree Road
Great Dunmow

CM6 3AW | View map

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Homelye Farm is a family run bed and breakfast, situated in quiet countryside on a working farm located just seven miles from Stansted Airport. It offers a choice of comfortable accommodation in a happy and relaxed environment.

Homelye Farm is ideal for pleasure or business trips. It is also popular with those attending weddings-the popular venues of Leez Priory and Maidens Barn are both only five miles away.

The area offers numerous attractions for everyone to enjoy--perhaps you might choose Audley End, historic Saffron Walden or Thaxted, shopping at Freeport designer village, take the kids to Colchester Zoo or just enjoy a walk along the Flitch way which passes nearby. There is a good range of pubs and restaurants in the local town and villages, mostly between one and two miles away.

We provide long-term parking for guests using Stansted Airport.


Ratings/Awards: ETC/AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 13

Price per Person

Double: From £35
Twin: From £35
Family Room from £90 (per room)
Single: From £50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All non smoking
Open All Year - Closed at Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected
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