Heritage Accommodation in Little Hallingbury, Hertfordshire
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Historic Bed and Breakfast in Little Hallingbury, Hertfordshire
George Green , nr Bishops Stortford
Accommodation Description:From: £39.00
Bonningtons B&B is located in a converted barn located immediately behind the main house, just 3 miles from the airport (around 10 minutes in the car or taxi), on a typical English village green 'George Green'. Late check-in possible at anytime. Airport/station transfers.
Early breakfast possible at anytime. All rooms en-suite. Adjacent to a country inn 'The George' for lunchtime and evening meals..
The precise age of Bonningtons is not known, however first records originate from the early 1600s so it is likely that the house pre-dates this by a few years indicating a very late 16th century or early 17th century property. It is now a Grade II listed building with a number of key listed features. The estate itself also included Hatfield Forest
It was Jacob Houblon that created the current lake to be found in the centre of the forest, some time around 1740. All guest rooms are ensuite and have tea/coffee facilities, TV, hairdryer and alarm clock. A continental breakfast is served in the Victorian conservatory and we can recommend lunch/evening meals at the George pub, across the road to Bonningtons
We can offer free transfers to the airport within certain hours. Places nearby to visit include The Toy Museum and Hatfield Forest.
Accommodation Rating: 4 Self assessed
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Astwick - 22.5 miles away
Clare - 24.1 miles away
Henlow - 24.3 miles away
Grantchester - 24.5 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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