Hall Farm B&B in Great Chishill England
Hall Farm B&B Royston Hertfordshire Cambridge England Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast Lodgings Accommodations
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Host: Jean Wiseman

Guestrooms: 3

Address: Hall Farm Bed & Breakfast, Hall Lane, Great Chishill, Nr. Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 8SH England

Telephone/Fax: 01763 838263

Activities/Attractions: From our picturesque villages to our bluebell woods, canals and market towns, Hertfordshire is steeped in history. Bring the family for a day out at Paradise Wildlife Park, Willows Farm Village, or follow the Dinosaur Trail at Knebworth House. Browse in one-off shops and boutiques, or visit one of our stately homes.

You can always just relax and soak up the atmosphere, take time out over a coffee and watch the world go by. From museums to monuments, history to high-tech hotels, retail and restaurants, Hertfordshire is a jewel. Let it dazzle you.

Royston, a busy market town, lies in the north-east corner of the county, on the border with Cambridgeshire. Royston grew up at the intersection of two ancient thoroughfares: Ermine Street and Icknield Way. Ermine Street was constructed by the Romans but the prehistoric Icknield Way said to be 'the oldest road in Britain' was ancient even before the Romans invaded Britain. The town takes its name from the wayside cross erected by Lady Roysia in around 1066.

Hidden beneath the central junction of the town, at the junction of the two ancient routes, lies the man-made Royston Cave. Rediscovered by workmen in 1742, the cave has intriguing medieval carving depicting pagan images and several Christian saints. Legend suggests it was used for secret meetings of the Knights Templar in the 13th century. In the 17th century Royston was a favourite hunting base for King James I, who built a hunting lodge there.

Royston boasts some historic buildings and award-winning gardens for the visitor to see. The town's fascinating history is detailed at the Royston Museum. Wimpole Hall, the magnificent stately home, lies six miles from Royston (in Cambridgeshire).


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Hall Farm Bed and Breakfast

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Hall Farm Bed and Breakfast Hertfordshire


  • English Tourism Council 4 Stars

General Information: Welcome to Hall Farm Bed and Breakfast ... quiet accommodation in a beautiful Georgian Farmhouse set in a secluded walled garden. This 800 acre working family farm is on the edge of the pretty hilltop village of Great Chishill, the highest point in Cambridgeshire, England. It is on the B1039 midway between Royston and Saffron Walden.

We are ideally situated for Cambridge Duxford Air Museum. High tech establishments of Welcome Trust Genome Campus, Melbourn Science Park, and Granta Park, Abington are nearby, and Stansted Airport is 30 minutes away. Wimpole Hall and farm, and Audley End House, together with the old market town of Saffron Walden are delightful places to visit.

  • All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities
  • Electric blankets
  • Hair dryers
  • Clock radio
  • Wireless internet access in some bedrooms
  • Colour TV with DVD player
  • Kitchenette containing fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, table top cooker
  • Large wet floor shower room with washbasin and W.C.
  • Self catering annex to "Hall Farm" for 2 persons, consists of
    Large room with Double/Twin beds
  • This annex is very pleasant on the ground floor and looks out to the main garden, with it's own entrance it can be easily used by wheelchair users
  • Children are welcome and an occasional bed and cot are available

Our are contains many footpaths in attractive countryside with wonderful sunsets. The village pub (just 5 minutes walk) serves excellent food and the natives are very friendly! We recommend reserving a table in advance. There are other good pubs and restaurants within easy driving distance.

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.

Rates: (Prices quoted in GBP Pounds).

From 45/night/single
From 65/night/double

Discounts for longer stays.
Including English or Continental breakfast.

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