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Little Hallingbury Mill
Old Mill Lane
Gaston Green

Bishops Stortford

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Set in a rural location on the Essex/Hertfordshire border the licensed guest house, restaurant and functions venue at Grade II* listed Little Hallingbury Mill is only a short distance away from Stansted Airport, the M11 motorway and the main line rail connection to London Liverpool Street Station.

Nestled alongside a pretty tributary of the River Stort, Little Hallingbury Mill offers guests delicious food, delightful accommodation and a warm welcome in a picturesque, tranquil setting. We provide an ideal venue for getaway breaks, business meetings, dinners, weddings and parties for special occasions. Our premises are licensed for wedding ceremonies and available for private hire.

Guests will be spoilt for choice of things to do. The historic sites of Mountfitchet Castle and Audley End House are close by and The Imperial War Museum at Duxford is only a short drive away. For sports enthusiasts we can arrange golf, fishing and even microlight flights (weather and pilot permitting !). We are conveniently located for Newmarket racecourse. Harlow Greyhound track is nearby and there are some great local walks along the River Stort and at nearby Epping Forest.

Oh and it is only a 30 minute rail journey to the City of London !

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Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: From £55
Twin: From £55
Single: £50
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Cuisine: English

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