Daring from Saxon times, Stansted Mountfichet is a village in the Uttlesford district and is near the Hertfordshire border and is appoximately three miles from Bishops Stortford. The village is famous for Mountfichet Castle, an early Norman structure which is believed to have been fortifed during the Iron Age and then by the Romans and Vikings.
The village itself has a number of public houses, such as The Old Bell and The Dog and Duck - it also has a guesthouse as well as The Kings Arms Hotel, a primary school and college, a football club and Saint Thersea of Lisieux, a Roman Catholic church along with a train station.
Map & Directions
Standsted Mountfichet is accessible via the B1383
Public Transport Directions
Standsted Mountfichet has a train station and is close to the Bishops Stortford.