Grange Guest House
Grange Guest House is a family run Edwardian Guest House. The house is comfortable and attractively furnished with period furniture and many original works of art. There is one double en suite loft bedroom and one standard double bedroom on the second floor with shared bathroom on the floor below and one standard twin room with two single beds on the first floor with adjacent shared bathroom.
All beds have hyperllergenic memory foam mattresses. The bedrooms are not suitable for guest with mobility difficulties because of the stairs. We have two cats so we are not suitable for guests with allergies to cats. Grange Guest House is close to the heart of the historic market town of Bishop's Stortford with its many restaurants, shops and pubs.
Close to Bishop's Stortford train and bus stations (600 metres) with fast connections to Stansted airport in ten minutes and London or Cambridge in thirty five minutes. It is often cheaper to stay with us and travel into London or Cambridge for sightseeing or business and especially useful if you have a very early flight from Stansted. We are within walking distance of Hockerill Anglo-European College.
We will provide a take away breakfast for early starters. Cooked English or continental breakfast is provided between seven thirty and eight thirty on weekdays and between eight thirty and ten at weekends. Only top quality free range or organic produce is used where possible.
Grange Guest House is convenient for visiting The Rhodes Arts Centre in Bishop's Stortford for Theatre and Art exhibitions. The Henry Moore Foundation at Perry Green is nearby with its open air sculpture park. The Imperial War Museum at Duxford has regular spectacular air shows.
We also have a golf course nearby. We are also conveniently positioned to visit the historic Royal Hatfield Forest and the beautiful villages of East Anglia. Free WiFi is available throughout Grange Guest House.
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This page was last updated: 29 October 2011