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London Stansted Airport lies 42 miles northeast of London at Stansted Mountfitchet, and serves 200 international destinations. Pick-up and drop-off is from the mid-stay car park, via courtesy bus transfer. There’s stacks of hotel choice from the likes of Novotel, Radisson Blu and Premier Inn. And while all of London is accessible, nearer attractions such as Hatfield Forest Nature Reserve and Mountfitchet Castle are just a couple of miles away. Stansted transfers from AirportCars can get you there!

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Stansted Airport hotels: stay before you fly

Pre-book a taxi to or from one of the hotels near Stansted Airport:

  • Novotel London Stansted Airport is just over a mile away, making for swift Stansted airport transfers. This four-star hotel scores 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor.
  • Premier Inn London Stansted Airport is even closer at 0.7 miles and with a ‘very good’ TripAdvisor rating of 4. This three-star hotel is handy for the A120.
  • Radisson Blu is family-friendly, with a similar TripAdvisor rating and three stars. It’s handy for Stansted Mountfitchet, and located just 1.2 miles from the airport.

Need Stansted Airport transfers to local airports?

With Heathrow 64 miles away, and Gatwick 75, here are the three nearest airports to Stansted:

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Popular towns and cities near Stansted Airport

  1. Hertford is a county town just 20 miles away, with a rich history and excellent shops and restaurants. Visit the castle or museum, based in a seventeenth-century townhouse. Stansted airport transfers get you here within 40 minutes.
  2. Braintree in Essex is a little closer at 17 miles, and you can be there within 25 minutes by road. It’s pretty and characterful with quaint streets, and some lovely open spaces. Take in the museum, or the fascinating Kelvedon Hatch nuclear bunker.
  3. Chelmsford, Essex’s only city, is a similar distance to the southeast. Check out the museum, catch a cricket game, or visit the cathedral, Shire Hall or the Grade II Hylands House. There are also plenty of parks, and three retail centres for shopaholics.
  4. Stevenage is within 50 minutes, lying some 25 miles to the west. Its old town has an authentic feel with some intriguing, unique shops and restaurants. Meanwhile, Fairlands Valley Park has 120 acres of open space, plus a sizeable sailing lake.
  5. Duxford is 20 miles or not more than 40 minutes’ drive north. This Cambridgeshire village has two listed medieval parish churches, and it’s in the Doomsday Book. It has a branch of the Imperial War Museum, showing nearly 200 aircraft, vehicles and more across seven exhibition buildings.

Finally of course, with all of London’s attractions no more than an hour away, everything the UK’s capital has to offer can be reached easily with a Stansted Airport transfer.

Top attractions near Stansted Airport
  1. Saffron Walden Museum: Just 10 miles or some 20 minutes away with a Stansted Airport Transfer, this museum is in a meadow by the twelfth-century Walden Castle near medieval Saffron Walden. Collections cover ancient cultures, ceramics, archaeology and more.
  2. Bridge End Garden: A similar distance away, these beautifully kept gardens were created in 1840. They’re split into sections, from the formal (such as the rose area and hedge maze) to the less structured (e.g. the wilderness garden.)
  3. Mountfitchet Castle: Just a couple of miles or minutes away with a Stansted Airport transfer, this Norman motte and bailey castle and village has been rebuilt on its original ancient site. There are numerous buildings to visit, as animals roam freely.
  4. Hatfield Forest Nature Reserve: Again just a couple of miles from the airport, it’s owned and managed by the National Trust. It encompasses the UK’s only remaining intact royal hunting forest, and dates from Norman times. Offering lots to do, it’s a cracking place to spend an afternoon.
  5. Audley End Miniature Railway: A little further afield at 10 miles or some 20 minutes by road, this is a great family excursion, complete with a fairy and elf walk. There’s a play area and picnic tables or cafes, making for a well-organised trip.
  6. Cammas Hall Farm lies within five miles of Stansted and has a shop a tea barn and a maize maze, plus you can pick fruit. There’s also a sandpit, play area and mini quad bikes.
More information about Stansted Airport

For disabled travellers, the assistance desk is at the front of the main terminal, and it’s staffed 24/7. There are induction loops for the hard of hearing, alongside special signage for the partially sighted.

Accessible toilets, which parents with children may use, are on the main concourse and in Departures. Staff can arrange for a wristband identifying passengers with autism, while a transit system linking Departures and the gates is wheelchair-accessible. If you wish, you can take your own wheelchair right up to the aircraft.

Stansted Airport
Bassingbourn Road
CM24 1QW

Tel: 0844 335 1803
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