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Roslyns
Duck Street
Little Easton
Essex

CM6 2JF | View map

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Built around 1876, Roslyns was formerly the village school and has been renovated and refurbished by its present owners Peter & Clare Taege, who will give you a warm welcome to their home. Set in the heart of Little Easton, Roslyns has pretty gardens and beautiful views over the surrounding Essex countryside. Little Easton lies just two miles from the busy market town of Great Dunmow. Enjoy a morning exploring its many speciality shops, history and pretty architecture. Roslyns' close proximity to the Gardens of Easton Lodge as well as many picturesque villages, makes it the perfect place to relax and enjoy a short break away from it all.Roslyns has three beautifully appointed double bedrooms, including one on the ground floor with access to the gardens. All individually designed, they are furnished with antique pine furniture, supremely comfortable beds and beautiful fabrics. Inside your ensuite bathrooms you will find complimentary Gilchrest and Soames toilettries and big fluffy towels.Breakfast is taken in the breakfast room adjoining the kitchen using fresh local ingredients wherever possible. This wonderfully secluded setting is conveniently situated for easy access to Stansted Airport. Limited parking is available and transfers to and from the airport can be arranged. Preferential rates are also available with Airport Parking.

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