Maidens Barn, High Easter, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 1HU firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 01245 231363 | 07823 884566
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Maidens Barn, an ideal Essex wedding venue.
Celebrate your wedding ceremony and wedding reception with options for
large and small weddings in a wedding venue that is well situated with easy
access to London and close to both Chelmsford and Braintree
Only 14 minutes drive from Stansted
Airport, 20 minutes from Chelmsford
and Braintree and an easy 1 hour 20 minutes from London.
For directions – see below.
From the M11 and Stansted
From M11 exit Junction 8 (Stansted Airport) on the A120 to Colchester, Essex. Take the 2nd exit to Great Dunmow off the A120 (Great Dunmow South B184).
Go right at the roundabout onto the B1008 towards Felsted.
After 1 mile, turn right on mini roundabout towards The Easters (High Easter Road).
Follow twisting road for 2½ miles to the ‘Spotted Dog Pub’ on your left. Continue for ½ mile and take next left (Maidens Barn sign) then ¼ mile take next right (Maidens Barn sign). We are 400 yards on the right.
Our recommended route to Maidens Barn is via the village of Barnston on the B1008, just south of Great Dunmow, Essex. Route instructions are given below, together with details for those who prefer to travel from Chelmsford on the A1060.
From the A1060
From the west: go into Leaden Roding. At right hand bend with mini-roundabout take road straight ahead (High Easter.) After 1 mile take first left. After another mile turn left at T junction (both junctions signposted High Easter). In High Easter turn left immediately after the cricket ground, (Barnston and Dunmow). After 2 miles, take the first right (Pleshey). After a few hundred yards take next right (Pleshey). After a few hundred yards the entrance to Maidens Barn is on the right, just before the pond and farmyard.
From the east: turn off A1060 before Leaden Roding and follow signs for Good Easter and High Easter (signposted ‘The Easters’ at times). Once in High Easter, follow the directions given above.