The Maltings Business Centre is based on Roydon Road in Stanstead Abbotts – a small village in Hertfordshire near the border of Essex.
The Grade II listed buildings, formerly used for malting, are now home to a wide variety of SMEs.
Stanstead Abbotts is ideally located to be reached by road, rail or air.
If you’re arriving by train, the village is served by St Margarets, Herts station (SMT) which is a short walk from The Maltings Business Centre. The station has trains every 30 minutes direct to & from London Liverpool Street (approx 43 mins) and Hertford East (approx 8 mins).
London Underground’s Victoria line can be accessed within approx. 27 minutes of St Margarets Herts station (SMT), at either Tottenham Hale or Seven Sisters and the Overground can be reached at Cheshunt – just 3 stops from the village (approx 12 mins).
By road, Stanstead Abbotts is conveniently located just off the A414, between Ware and Harlow. This connects the village to the A10 (London to Cambridge), the M25 at Enfield (Junction 25), the M11 at Harlow (Junction 7) and the major towns of Hertford, Hatfield and St Albans.
The number 10, 410 and 337 buses regularly pass through the village, connecting Stanstead Abbotts with Harlow, Hertford, Waltham Cross, Hoddesdon and Broxbourne. (Use Abbotts Court bus stops on the High Street for the Maltings Business Centre).
If you’re travelling from further afield, Stansted Airport is just 20 miles away.
Great spots to spend your lunch break
We are lucky to be surrounded by outstanding scenery in Stanstead Abbotts, all within walking distance from the office spaces in the Maltings Business Centre – perfect for a lunch break or to stretch your legs throughout the working day.
Two sites in Lea Valley Park are situated right here in Stanstead Abbotts. Stanstead Innings is a collection of lakes used for fishing and sailing, complete with picturesque walks and bird hides, and the towpath alongside the River Lee offers beautiful walks up to the Amwell Nature Reserve – a former gravel pit, turned into a beautiful wetland for birds and other wildlife.
A stone's throw from the high street
Our newly refurbished illuminated wooden moon bridge provides access to the village where you can restock on supplies or pop out for a pub lunch. You’ll find a Post Office inside the Co-Op, newsagents to grab a newspaper, pubs serving food with Italian Cuisine from the Red Lion, Fresh seafood at the Oak, or traditional pub grub at the Jolly Fisherman, two cafes, a Fish & Chips shop, Thai & Indian restaurants amongst a handful of other shops and business providing services like dry cleaning, hairdressing & beauty therapy and floristry.