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'Ambleside' Rayne, Braintree
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19 Warner Close
Rayne, Braintree
CM77 6GX

Contact: Jan Harrison
Tel: 01376 553605
  • £24.00 - £24.00 per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 3
  • 'Ambleside' Grading : 3
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : enquire
  • Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • 'Ambleside' Rayne, Braintree - Local Riding Stables,Golf Courses, Swimming Pool, Fishing
    Situated adjacent to the Flitch Way walking route; 12 miles to Stansted Airport.

    One twin and one single room. TV in each room; tea making facilities; hairdryer. Full English breakfast offered, with homebaked breads.

    We can offer transport to/from the airport (holiday parking by arrangement).

    Pretty local villages, Thaxted, Finchingfield, Dunmow Flitch Town, easy reach to Contstable country. Local riding stables. Main Line station to London 1hr.

    Rayne is a village in the county of Essex, in the south east of England. It lies on the old Roman road called Stane Street, about two miles (3 kilometres) to the west of Braintree, which is the nearest town.

    It used to be a more important settlement than Braintree in Norman times, although this has not been the case for a long time now.

    If you enter Rayne from Braintree, you immediately arrive at a crossroads. The playing field is to your left, while to your right is a pub called "The Swan". Turning left into Gore Road takes you to the village hall, which overlooks the playing field. Alternatively, turning right into Shalford Road takes you into the north of the village, where there are such things as All Saints church, a war memorial, a stream called Pod's Brook, and a small airfield. There are also the old manor houses of Rayne Hall and Old Hall. Rayne Hall was for a long time the home of the Capel family, who became Earls of Essex.

    If you continue along the main road, however, you will pass some more pubs, the old foundry, the post office, and an Indian restaurant, although not necessarily in that order. Continuing in that direction out of the village leads to the town of Great Dunmow.

    Audley End House, Little Easton Gardens, Gosfield lakes, Freeport Designer shopping centre, Saffron Waldon, Cressing Temple Barns -12thC.
    'Ambleside'  -   Rayne, Braintree   -   Essex

    Contact:  Jan Harrison   Tel:  01376 553605   -   Website: > (Click Here)


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