Located in the market town of Bishop’s Stortford, Nicholls Lodge is a stylish development of 53 one and two bedroom retirement apartments.
The town has been developed around the River Stort Valley. It is said that the River was named after the town and not the other way round as is more usual. During the mid 19th Century, connection to the railway laid the foundation for today’s Bishop’s Stortford being part of the London Commuter belt.
To step back into time, visit numerous historical buildings in the town including the Corn Exchange, the Museum and the mound remains of a motte and bailey wooden castle, Waytemore Castle.
The Rhodes Art Complex on South Road, is a state of the art venue which includes a cinema, theatre, dance studio, gallery and houses musical events. The Bishop's Stortford Museum can also be found here, set within the original Victorian house that was the birthplace of Cecil Rhodes - founder of the diamond company, De Beers. Other leisure facilities include another cinema and two leisure centres.
Bishop’s Stortford has a modern shopping complex, Jackson Square, housing a supermarket, cafes and numerous other shops and eateries within the town.