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Inns in Bishops Stortford

Waggon & Horses Hotel
135 Stansted Road
Bishops Stortford
Hertfordshire

CM23 2AL | View map

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The Waggon & Horses is a welcome reminder of the art of British Inn Keeping. A warm welcome, a good pint, a hearty plateful to eat, good company and a separate accommodation block housing a range of quality bedrooms.
With its separate dining area, The Waggon & Horses excels in serving quality, value for money, home-cooked food lunchtimes and evenings, as well as a traditional Sunday lunch.
The pub boasts a wide range of traditional ales, including 'real ales', lagers and wines for you to enjoy whilst you relax and unwind. In the Summer months enjoy the "alfresco experience" by drinking and dining in the large beer garden. Our separate 'Sports Bar' offers Live Sporting Action on our 'big screen TV', plus there's Pool and Darts. We have recently been inspected by the English Tourism Council and awarded Three Diamonds.
We have 10 tastefully furnished en-suite rooms in which to enjoy your stay. We also cater for disabled customers with a purpose built fully equipped room. Each room is fitted throughout to a high standard to make your stay as relaxing as possible.
Full en-suite plus tea and coffee making facilities and colour television make any of the rooms a pleasure to stay in. The rooms can be reached by a separate entrance and each has its own reserved, guaranteed car parking space.

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Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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