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Anstey Grove Barn
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County - Hertfordshire | Map
Tel code: 01763 | code search
Postcode: SG9 | code search
Population: 4970
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"Arrived after a ride out with 8 other bikers felt hungary and decided to drop in on the Moon & Stars. It was about 1645 and I noticed that food ..." More

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"Excellent cosy country pub with usually very good food and lots of good local walks. We go there every few weeks for Sat or Sun lunch and have planned our ..." More

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"this is a fantastic country pub with great food i had for main course rack of lamb glazed with mint and honey which was to die for. for pud ..." More

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Just off the A10 in the North-east of Hertfordshire is the small market town of Buntingford. This is a good base for the county, not far from the M11 and 20 miles from Stansted Airport, with “Herts Way” walk passing through. These valuable access links make the area popular with commuters too. There is a host of historic buildings, largely Georgian and medieval, due mainly to Buntingford’s location on the River Rib and a Roman main road (Ermine Street) meaning it was an ideal stopping place with numerous coaching inns. There is even a one-cell prison (The Cage) still remaining from the 18th century, along with almshouses and the Manor House. The Anglican Church is intriguing and dates from Norman Puritans in the 17th century. Apparently Queen Elizabeth I stayed here aswell in the Bellhouse (now a gallery), on a coach journey to Cambridge. There remain a multitude of pubs, serving real ale & often food, eg. Brunels or The Blind Fiddler. There are restaurants ranging from Chinese and Thai to Indian and bistros. B&B accommodation is on offer at Anstey Grove Barn and Chipping Hall. Market day is Monday and early closing on Wednesdays. The Buntingford Carnival is held every other year. At the Buntingford Classic (held on the first Saturday in September each year) classics and interesting vehicles fill the streets and live musical performances go on throughout the day.

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Railway Inn
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Beehive
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Countryman Inn
Moon & Stars
Three Tuns
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Hornmead Primary School

Sandon Junior Mixed Infant School

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Krempel Solicitors

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A10 Taxis
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Penfold Private Hire
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Sports Clubs

Buntingford Badminton Club (Badminton)
Buntingford Town (Amateur Football)

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Country Flowers
Arden Gallery
Flowers by Crazy Daisy
Westmill Tea Room
The Old Swan Tea Shop
Piggotts Family Butchers
Doel Butchers
The Cross Gallery
Bell House Gallery
Pearces Farm Shop
North End Farm Shop
Mill End Nursery

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The Sword Inn Hand (1.46 miles)

The Sword Inn Hand
Welcome to the website of our delightful 14th century free house, set in the picturesque village of Westmill in Hertfordshire. We are within easy reach of Royston, Stansted, Duxford and Hertford, ideally situated in the ... More | visit website
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Anstey Grove Barn (3.84 miles)

Anstey Grove Barn

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Situated less than 30 minutes from Cambridge, Hertford, Ware, Harlow and Stevenage.Anstey Grove Barn is a converted barn providing high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the ... More

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White Lion (4.88 miles)

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The White Lion, situated in the lovely Hertfordshire countryside, is a traditional public house with a warm friendly atmosphere.* Fully stocked bar offering real ales, lagers, spirits, fine wines & ... More

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Kick and Dicky (5.41 miles)

Kick and Dicky

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The Kick and Dicky is an attractive country inn dating from about 1800. It is situated in the hamlet of Wellpond Green, near Standon, in Hertfordshire, in a peaceful, rural ... More

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The Old Bull Inn (6.91 miles)

The Old Bull Inn
The Old Bull Inn is full of history and character and is located in the busy market town of Royston. Just 12 miles outside the Historic University City of Cambridge, only 8 miles from Europe’s ... More | visit website
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Hall Farm (6.94 miles)

Hall Farm
Quiet accommodation in a beautiful Georgian Farmhouse set in a secluded walled garden. This 800 acre working family farm is on the edge of the pretty hilltop village of Great Chishill, the highest point in ... More | visit website
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The Jester Hotel (7.04 miles)

The Jester Hotel

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This lovely country inn is located just off the A505 between Baldock and Royston; near junction 10 of the M11, it has great access to the region’s major road network. The hotel’s ... More

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Feathers Inn (7.36 miles)

Feathers Inn

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Situated in the pretty Hertfordshire village of Wadesmill, this beautifully preserved 17th-century coaching inn now combines modern comforts and facilities with traditional charm. The charming restaurant and traditional bar are at the ... More

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant (7.78 miles)

Zeus Hotel and Restaurant

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Zeus Hotel and Restaurant building is steeped in history, having been built as a private house and maltings in the early 18th century, when Baldock was a favourite watering place ... More

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Cricketers (7.78 miles)

Cricketers

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16th Century Freehouse in the heart of the English countryside, beamed ceilings, log fires, cask ales, English Tourist Board Silver Award and well known restaurant recommended in all major guide ... More

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