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Roslyn's B&B
Roslyns Bed and Breakfast
Duck street
Little Easton

Great Dunmow

CM6 2JF | View map

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Roslyns is ideal for a short break with its close proximity to the beautiful and historic Gardens of Easton Lodge. The picturesque surrounding villages like Finchingfield provide plenty to see, and there are many beautiful country walks. Roslyns has three beautifully appointed double bedrooms one of which can be a family room if required. The ground floor bedroom features access to the gardens. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms and are equipped with TV/DVD, tea and coffee making facilities, clock radio and hairdryer. An ironing board and iron can be made available on request. The rooms are also equipped with modems enabling the use of personal computers. Choose from Full English or Continental Breakfast. Breakfast is taken in the breakfast room adjoining the kitchen with its views over the garden. On offer are cereals, fruit juices, locally produced bacon and sausages, accompanied by eggs cooked to your liking. Toast, a basket of warm rolls and croissants along with preserves and freshly brewed coffee or tea are also provided. This wonderfully secluded setting is conveniently situated for easy access to Stansted airport. Limited parking is available. Transfers to and from the airport can be arranged.

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