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Masons Arms
"I had the scallops in bacon, my wife had prawn cocktail to start, well presented and good service although been been better if prawns were peeled,bit messy. We both had ..." More

Masons Arms
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Upminster is in the London Borough of Havering, East London and consists of mainly Victorian and Edwardian housing laid out on wide leafy roads. Upminster is famous for Upminster Windmill, a smock mill currently being restored to become the only working windmill in Greater London. Upminster is the eastern terminus of the District Line and the location of a London Underground depot at Cranham. An intact 16th century barn known locally as a "Tithe Barn" is currently used as a museum of nostalgia. Upminster is the location of three parks - the main Upminster Park, Hall Lane Park and Clockhouse Gardens. Leisure facilities include a golf course, pitch 'n' putt course, tennis clubs and a bowling green. Roomes Stores, a large independent family-run department store, occupies several buildings on Station Road. The high street has a good selection of international restaurants and there are over five pubs in the Upminster area, including The Huntsman and Hounds and The Essex Yeoman. Upminster is also famous for Ian Dury, the rock singer who named his 1981 album Lord Upminster after the area. One time resident, William Derham, was the first man to measure the speed of sound, and did so from the tower of St. Laurence's Church.


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Upminster Golf Club

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Bridge House
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Essex Yeoman
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Masons Arms
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Plough Public House
Thatched House
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Essex Yeoman
Golden Crane
Masons Arms
Yin Court Restaurant


Pinney Rogers & Co
Stanton & Doran


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Old Cooperians RFC (Rugby Union)
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Upminster Cafe
Prestons Village Bakery
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Berendens Farm
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Govani (Molend) Ltd
Upminster Flowers
High House Florist & Garden Centre
Floral Affairs
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Places to Stay near Upminster

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Devonshire Hotel (1.25 miles)

Devonshire Hotel
Devonshire Hotel is a family run boutique hotel which combines modern, stylish accommodation with a friendly, intimate service, delicious breakfast and freshly prepared home-made snacks. We also offer free wi-fi and secure parking. Located in ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge, Hornchurch (1.29 miles)

Found in county of Essex, Hornchurch began life as a village. The village steadily grew and in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, Hornchurch was a quiet residential area for the well-off, being close enough ... More | visit website
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De Rougemont Manor Hotel (2.86 miles)

De Rougemont Manor Hotel

De Rougemont Manor is a family managed privately owned hotel in Brentwood, Essex which has recently undergone a 4.5 million refurbishment, this has assisted the hotel in achieving its 4 star rating.

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Gidea Park Hotel (3.02 miles)

Gidea Park Hotel
Gidea Park Hotel is a Three star hotel, Built in 1880, owned originally by Sir Henry Raphael. All rooms are all en-suite, executive rooms have freeview televisions, direct-dial telephone and tea / coffee-making facilities. Discounts ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Romford Central (3.11 miles)

Premier Inn Romford Central
Conveniently located just a few minutes walk from Romford train station with direct links to London. Local attractions include Queens theatre, an Ice Rink, Liberty shopping centre and The Brewery. For shops and local amenities ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Romford Central (3.44 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Rainham (3.82 miles)

Premier Inn Rainham
Conveniently located for Rainham train station and just 10 miles from London City Airport. For shops and local amenities Rainham town centre is only 3 miles away. Our Rainham Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Brentwood M25, Junction 28 (3.86 miles)

Holiday Inn Brentwood M25, Junction 28

Our location offers the best of both worlds; a peaceful, countryside location on the outskirts of Brentwood, yet convenient for the M25 via junction 28 and the A12 leading into the heart of London. Plenty ... More | visit website

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Marygreen Manor (4.08 miles)

Marygreen Manor

This luxury 4 star, Full Service hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Brentwood just minutes from the M25/J28. Close to Brentwood Main line station and within easy driving distance of Lakeside and Blue ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Brentwood (4.57 miles)

Premier Inn Brentwood
Close to Brentwood Rail Station, the A12 and the M25, Premier Inn Brentwood is northeast of London and has free parking and an on-site Thyme pub/restaurant. Brentwood Premier Inn has very comfy beds in every room. ... More | visit website

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