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Population: 6000
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"We were quite disappointed the waitress was friendly enough but asked do we want spare ribs. toasts. and pancake rolls I said I'd rather look at the main menu she ..." More

The Dog & Duck
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Stansted Rest
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Stansted Mountfitchet is a village in Essex, on the Hertfordshire border with a population of just under 6,000. It lies 2 miles away from Stansted Airport, junction 8 of the M11 and 30 miles north of London. Being so close to the international airport, Stansted Mountfitchet is very accessible by road, rail (has its own station) and air. There is a choice of guesthouses, a couple of pubs and the lively town of Bishops Stortford is 3 miles away. The village was an Iron Age Fort and Roman, Saxon and Viking settlement (Stansted means “stony place” in Saxon). It acquired the suffix Mountfitchet during the Norman invasion when a Norman baron of that name settled there, building the castle of which there are remains today. Mountfitchet Castle dates from 1066 and is a protected national Historic Monument, though until restoration in the 20th century it lay forgotten and wild after an attack in about 1215. Presently the castle is open daily from March to November and there is 1066 village, which provides a unique experience of life in the 11th century. There is also a tearoom, animals and the House on the Hill Toy Museum. This museum is the largest of it’s kind in Europe, with over 80,000 exhibits, including Princess Diana’s Tracker bike! The village has a working windmill too, which is open to the public once a month. Essex Tourism - 0871 716 2199 Calls cost less than 10p per minute


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Stansted Hall CC (Cricket)


The Organic Centre Ltd
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The Farmhouse Deli
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Bull Hotel (1.96 miles)

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14th Century Coaching Inn which has been extensively refurbished over the last 12 months. Situated in a small village right in the heart of the Garden of England. Ideal for ... More

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Brandshatch Place (2.25 miles)

Brandshatch Place

A sophisticated Georgian mansion built in 1806, Brandshatch Place stands proudly in twelve and a half acres of lush countryside in the Garden of England. Despite its rural location, it is within easy reach of ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn Maidstone Sevenoaks (2.85 miles)

Holiday Inn Maidstone Sevenoaks

The Holiday Inn Maidstone - Sevenoaks is perfectly situated for easy access for the M20, M25 and M26 motorways, surrounded by sites of interest such as Brands Hatch Race Circuit, Kings Hill Business Park, Leeds ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Sevenoaks / Maidstone (3.10 miles)

Situated within 10 minutes of Brands Hatch and just 15 minutes from Whitbread Hop Farm. Conveniently located for Borough Green and West Malling train stations. For shops and local amenities both Sevenoaks and Maidstone town ... More | visit website
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Pretty Maid House B & B (3.11 miles)

Pretty Maid House B & B

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Pretty Maid House is your premier bed & breakfast set in the Heart of Kent offering the very highest of standards for your stay in the Garden of England, whether ... More

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Sunrise (3.68 miles)


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Quietly set on the fringes of the charming village of Meopham, this delightful property offers very comfortable accommodation and wonderful far reaching views from its large canopied ... More

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Little Quintain (4.37 miles)

Little Quintain
Little Quintain is a cottage style house offering luxury, en-suite, bed and breakfast accommodation. It is situated in the heart of the historic and picturesque village of Offham and just a short walk from the ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Maidstone (Leybourne) (5.52 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M20. For shops and local amenities Maidstone town centre is 7 miles away. Conveniently positioned just 1 mile from West Malling train station. Our Maidstone (Leybourne) Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Gravesend (A2/Singlewell) (5.98 miles)

Premier Inn Gravesend (A2/Singlewell)
Located within easy reach of the A2 and M25. Close to Ebbsfleet International station linking to Paris, Lille and Brussels. Local attractions include Woodlands Park and Bluewater shopping centre. For shops and local amenities Gravesend ... More | visit website
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Inn on the Lake (6.31 miles)

Inn on the Lake
The Inn on the Lake is a family run hotel set in twelve acres of woodlands and overlooking two fine lakes. It is within one hour's drive of the Channel and just ten minutes ... More | visit website

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