B and Bs in Elsenham

Stansted Lodge
Aspen Park Road

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Aspens is part of the Stansted Lodge group. Aspens is approximately 7 minutes from Stansted Airport. We provide FREE TRANSFERS from 4am in the morning, and pick up until 10pm in the evening.We pride ourselves on providing clean, secure and warm rooms, with an even warmer, friendly service.We provide free tranfers from 4am in the morning, and pick up until 10pm in the evening.Guests leaving prior to 7 am will have our 'take away' breakfast, after 7 we provide a continental style self serve breakfast.Our guesthouse is close to a great village pub (The Crown) who provide a fantastic menu from locally sourced produce at reasonable prices. You get a free drink with your meal when you mention you are staying with us. Alternatively, our local 'take away' gives our guests a 20% discount.All rooms have a television, tea and coffee facilities and an alarm clock (towels supplied). Hair dryer, iron and ironing board are also available on request.We are not on any flight paths, so no planes overhead.Opening hours from 16:00, vacate by 11:00.Last Checkin 23:00 - if arriving after 18:00 you must contact us in order to hold you reservation.Laundry facilities available.Child bed or baby cot available.Wireless internet access available (Free of Charge).We are close to Elsenham train station (walking distance) which gives direct access to London Liverpool Street or Cambridge.Please write your arrival time when booking online.If you arrival time changes and you will be delayed, please give us a call.We operate a NO SMOKING policy in all rooms.

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