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Bishop's Stortford is an ancient market town on the border between Hertfordshire and Essex. A favoured commuter area for London. With many historic buildings and street markets this town appeals to visitors and commuters alike.
14 Results In Or Near Bishop's Stortford
6.3 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
The Fox & Hounds Hunsdon is a modern European restaurant and pub set in the Hertfordshire countryside. It is the only Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant in the county. The Fox & Hounds has been owned and run by James & Bianca Rix since 2004.
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6.7 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
That Amazing Place is a 15th-century country house with modern interiors and chic bedrooms (sleeping up to 29 people) and is exclusively available for the day a
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12.8 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Copped Hall: This is a garden under restoration with touches of Tudor, Georgian and Victorian. It is a garden of varying levels, lawns, trees and 'garden theatre'. It is a garden to visit repeatedly over the years to follow the restoration. We have a 4 acre Walled Garden, an exuberantly planted 450 feet x 16 feet mixed border, a Rock Garden in the old Tudor cellars. All in a garden spanning five centuries. Enjoy a guided tour of the mansion and gardens on the third Sunday of each month (excep...
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11.7 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
All aboard the Epping Ongar Railway Epping Ongar railway does a brisk trade in transporting 21st century punters back in time to the era of steam and tea served in proper tea cups. The volunteer-run heritage line operates steam and diesel hauled trains through 6.5 miles of picturesque rolling countryside in Essex. It starts with a trip on a vintage bus from Epping station followed by a relaxing steam journey though stunning forest and historic towns, all the while imagining yourself ba...
10.4 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Blake Hall offers an exclusive use wedding venue with two recently restored 17th Century barns and beautiful surrounding gardens, in the Essex countryside
10.8 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Explore One of Britain's Finest Jacobean Mansions English Heritage makes the most of the house's story and its successive owners (including Thomas Audley, Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII, earls, kings and the Neville family in the 19th and 20th century) by offering up a whole host of activities such as meeting the horses and costumed characters in the stables, hearing about what cook used to make in the kitchen and tours led by dressed up staff detailing what life was like above and belo...
6.3 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Colville Hall is a stunning wedding venue that can accommodate up to 200 guests. In the heart of Essex, this extraordinary group of thatched barns is set around a gorgeous courtyard, making it a charming wedding venue for very special couples.
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12.0 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Gaynes Park is an elegant and stylish barn wedding and reception venue set in a historic private estate. It is approached up a long entrance drive through park and farmland with sweeping views over the London skyline. Just 10 minutes from the M25 and M11, Gaynes Park is one of the most beautiful exclusive use venues in Essex. From the moment you arrive you will be enchanted by the outstanding facilities, relaxed elegance and beautiful surroundings that Gaynes Park offers.
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5.4 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
The Gibberd Garden is a highly individual creation of Sir Frederick Gibberd, the master planner of Harlow New Town. It is sited on the side of a small valley, which slopes down to a brook. Occupying some 7 acres, the garden was planned as a series of rooms, each with its own character. The glades, pools and alleys provide a setting for some fifty sculptures, large ceramic pots, architectural salvage, a gazebo and even a moated children´s castle with a drawbridge. The garden has been described...
7.4 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Little Easton Manor is set in 64 acres of idilic beauty and described as ‘a jewel of England'. The enchanting walled gardens, topiary, hidden alcoves and pathways provide a picture perfect backdrop for those treasured photos. Licensed for civil ceremonies, the two grade ll listed barns offer exposed beams and a majestic air to your intimate, or decadent wedding day.
12.8 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
The mansion at Copped Hall was completed in 1758 as a gentleman's country house. It was, and is, set in excellent landscape and was well known for the quality of its construction. The house was burned out in 1917 (not as War damage).The house was subsequently allowed to fall into disrepair and suffered much vandalism. It was saved from very unsympathetic development in a 9-year campaign by the by the Friends of Copped Hall, who, as the Copped Hall Trust, were able to purchase it in 1995. ...
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14.3 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Explore Waltham Abbey Gardens Waltham Abbey Gardens is an award-winning site steeped in history and set in the grounds of the Abbey, the last to be dissolved by Henry VIII and thought to be the site of King Harold's grave. The remains of some of the Abbey buildings can still be seen today, including the gate house and the passage from the cloisters to the sleeping quarters.
5.6 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Situated in Hatfield Heath, Bishop's Stortford, on the Hertfordshire and Essex border is Down Hall Hotel - one of England's most traditional country house hotels. Relax the body, soothe the soul and lift the spirit during your stay at Down Hall at Eden Spa. Take time to wander the 110 acres of surrounding woodland, or sample traditional English Afternoon Tea.
10.8 miles from the centre of Bishop's Stortford
Explore One of Britain's Finest Jacobean Mansions English Heritage makes the most of the house's story and its successive owners (including Thomas Audley, Lord Chancellor to Henry VIII, earls, kings and the Neville family in the 19th and 20th century) by offering up a whole host of activities such as meeting the horses and costumed characters in the stables, hearing about what cook used to make in the kitchen and tours led by dressed up staff detailing what life was like above and bel...
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