Stone House Farm

Stortford Road, Little Hadham, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG11 2DX

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

The site is easy to find, being directly off the main A120, yet it is set well back from the road, is peaceful with lovely views. Suitable for small motorhomes (max 8m length).

We are a working arable farm, growing wheat and barley each year. However, mainly due to our love of animals, we now also house ten alpacas, four horses and a number of free range chickens! Obviously they don't come on your site, but they are alongside and love to be admired!

There are miles of well-maintained footpaths surrounding us, including one to the pub/restaurant (0.75 mile). There is a large supermarket just up the road (1.25 miles) which means you don't have to go into busy Bishop's Stortford,(2 miles) - unless you want to.

We have excellent train services to London, Liverpool Street (34 minutes) or Cambridge (35minutes) from Stortford. There is also easy access to either place by motorway or A roads.

We are well situated for trips to Duxford Air Museum, Hatfield House and other Stately Homes, with lovely old market towns all within easy reach.

World famous sculptor Henry Moore's home is about four miles from us and is open to the public during the summer months. His  work is displayed in natural farmland surroundings and is well worth a visit.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Information room
  • Recycling facilities
  • TV reception: fair
  • Working farm

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Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
SG11 2DX
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GPS:
Lat 51.88352 / Lon 0.09518
OS field ref:
TL447224
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Bishops Stortford, Hertford
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Bishop's Stortford
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Perfect for our quick visit to Stortford!

Only our second CL site and another lovely welcome to a well kept site. We were visiting family in Gt Dunmow and also checked out a few old haunts in Stortford (born here and up from Bristol). Mrs Mardell gave us a great rundown of the facilities and the area and our stay was as we wished ......very peaceful! We'll certainly look you up when we come this way again! Thank you! Regards Dave and Sue Dean

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Great Site

Stayed for 3 nights with our noisy little terrier ! Easy access into site and first noticeable thing is how well site is kept Plenty of space on pitches Views are first class Owners very friendly and helpful Peaceful and quiet Just perfect ! Will definitely return
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Great First Stay

We had just picked up and new camper and needed a close by CL. Stone House Farm could not have been better for us - with a lovely welcome and great facilities.

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Perfect Site, Great Views

- Owners were very friendly and helpful - Good signage to the pitches - Amazing views of the countryside and surroundings - No traffic noise at all - Fantastic walks starting from the site itself - Close to all the facilities in Bishops Stortford We will be back again!
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Wonderful Couple and Extreemly Accomadating.

Mr & Mrs Mardell really are the most lovely couple that you would wish meet and stay with at their lovely secluded camp site. Stone House Farm is only 80 miles from us and after using the site as a try out for our first trip in a caravan in 2014 we have returned 8 times. Which says it all. Extremely accommodating, understanding, helpful, keenly interested in Campers needs. Very Pet friendly, fully respectful of Campers privacy. The Facilities are excellent, The electric connection is more than adequate. We have Heating, Microwave, Hot Water, Cooker, Shower. TV, Computers, you name it all running without hitch. Very easy reach to London. There is a Rail Link to London at Bishops Stortford, Ware, and Epping. Bishops Stortford is a lovely Shopping Town. If you like Antiques there is the Sawbridgeworths Antiques Centre not 30 Minuets away. Many Public Footpaths to Little Hadham, Much Hadham, with the village of Church End nearby. This part of Hertfordshire needs visiting to be appreciated. With Albury, all the Pellem's and Villages beyond the scenery is endless. My Wife and I could not recommend their Site more Highly. We shall return time and time again. John and Betty Ansell
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