After reading about the historical places to visit you might want to extend your stay in a Chelmsford B&B, hotel or inn.
Chelmsford was listed in the Doomsday book under the name “Celmeresfort” in 1086. The name means “Ford of a man named Ceolmaer” in Old English (i.e. Ceolmaer + 'ford').
This county town has an impressive shire hall built in 1791. The cathedral, until 1914 the parish church, is chiefly of recent date, since most of the original building “suddenly fell down” in 1800. But the square tower and south porch survived, this last with an interesting parvise, or upper room, containing a 17th century library. A typical Essex building is the weather-boarded mill in Victoria Road. Writtle, 2 miles west, includes a group of charming timbered houses on the green; its church has carved stalls and interesting monuments.
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