Old Harlow is in Essex.
Stansted Airport, is 20 minutes away by road or train. The Stansted Express runs regularly to and from Harlow. There are also five alternative international airports within easy reach – Heathrow, Gatwick, City, Luton and Southend.
One Railway provides regular service to Harlow Town from London's Liverpool Street Station and Cambridge. The Stansted Express operates through Harlow. The rail network links with the Channel Tunnel’s Eurostar service to provide a route into mainland Europe.
Harlow is on the M11 (Junction 7) which runs north to Cambridge and south to London, linking up with the M25 at Junction 27. To the west of Harlow is the A10 which provides a route to Cambridge or London. The A414 runs through Harlow and provides an east-west route from Chelmsford to St Albans. Buses from Stansted Airport to Heathrow run via Harlow.
Most places in Old Harlow are within a 30 minute walking distance.
Check out the Harlow Sculpture Collection, which includes works by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, which are sited across the town.
The Marquis of Granby
The Crown Inn.
This traditional English pub is situated in the center of Market Street, which is part of the original village of Harlow. It has been an inn since 1703 but the building is much older, probably dating back to the 16th century.
The Green Man Hotel Only a short drive from Stansted Airport
Harlow International Hostel, 13 School Lane, Harlow. Tel: (+44) 01279 421702, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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