Days Hotel London Stansted - M11

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Jct 8, M11 Mtrwy, Old Dunmow Rd, Welcome Break Birchanger Green, Bishop's Stortford, CM23 5QZ, Unite
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
35%
38
Very Good
42%
45
Average
14%
15
Poor
5%
6
Terrible
2%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 39% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Couples86
  • Solo82
  • Business71

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Half Moon Pub

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This inn began its life around 1642 in premises a few doors away where No 27 now stands next to the former White Horse Inn. Its popularity and importance at that time is confirmed by the fact that it issued its own trading tokens in 1666, each being worth one farthing. The inn also traded under different names on its original site, churchwardens’ accounts of 1681 revealing that Thomas Markwell paid 3d. (2 1/2p) rent ‘for the halfe Moone in North Street’, and a reference to it in 1736 stating ‘formerly the White Swan and now the Green Man.' The current name probably stems from 1752 when it moved to this site – a reference in 1767 stating ‘formerly the Green Man and now the Half Moon.'

King's Cottages

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Almshouses were still being built for the benefit of the poor in the early 20th century and in Bishop’s Stortford, King’s Cottages fulfilled that role. Comprising of five blocks, the first two to be erected were funded by Sir Walter Gilbey in 1906 in memory of his wife, and named as such in recognition of his association with royalty. A third block, a gift of Admiral F. Vander Meulen, was built in 1907. The Admiral was also instrumental in arranging for a further block of cottages to be built in the name of his brother, Col. J.H. Vander Meulen. This was occupied by 1911. The fifth block, erected in 1915, was paid for by the Admiral’s sister, Mrs Georgina Menet, widow of the first Vicar of Hockerill’s All Saints church.

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