Stone House Farm
Stortford Road, Little Hadham, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG11 2DXView on map
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.
Latest arrival time: 12:00 AM
Electric amperage: 16
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- SG11 2DX
- Lat 51.88352 / Lon 0.09518
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- 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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A well maintained and spacious CL set in attractive open countryside with farmland views. The CL is 300 meters off the busy single carriageway A120 but it is out of sight of the road. Traffic noise is remarkably muffled and unobtrusive, probably because the road's speed limit is 40 mph reducing to 30 mph by the CL and slower still as the traffic backs up either side of the traffic lights in Little Hadham village. The CL isn't under the flightpath of nearby Stanstead Airport but every now and then an aircraft flys overhead at some height. There are no flights at night. Other than this, the CL is very peaceful. Access is easy and TV and mobile phone signals are generally good and the short cut grass drains well when it rains. There are many quiet and attractive countryside walks in the area including from the site via 3 paths to the South, West and North. 1:25,000 OS Explorer 194 gives good coverage and we found the AA book of 50 Hertfordshire Walks to be useful for both local and more distant walks. The local pub, the historic Hadham Hall & Church and a large polo complex with matches alternate Sundays are a short walk away. The delightful Much Hadham village (best kept in Hertfordshire) is a little further away from where it is possible to arrange a visit to the nearby Henry Moore Foundation. There is no shortage of good pubs/places to eat. Bishops Stortford is an attractive and interesting town which can be reached quickly and easily by car and includes a good rail link to London and a Tesco Superstore hidden by trees from the road that is only 5 minutes away. The meandering Hertfordshire Way passes North of the site and provides an alternative route into Bishops Stortford for those wanting a long walk. NT Hatfield Forest, Ware, Hertford and the Lee Canal, IWM Duxford, NT Wimpole are worthy car trips. Cambridge can be reached surprisingly quickly via the M11. An advantage of being on the A120 is that it's relatively easy to get to places. If we had stayed for longer than a week we would have found more things to do.