Located near a train station, The Chudleigh is a great choice for a stay in Clacton-on-Sea. Free perks include full breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Situated in Frinton-on-Sea, this bed & breakfast is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Walton Pier and within 9 mi (15 km) of Clacton-on-Sea Beach and Princes Theatre. Greensward Cafe and Clacton Pier are also within 9 mi (15 km).
The Sandrock is one of Clactons most respected guest houses with 9 rooms all en suite. Double, Twin & Family rooms available, one twin room at ground floor level. Christine & Roberto took over in June 2014. After some refurbishment most of the rooms now have a new bathroom, further upgrades are in progress. The Sandrock is a detached Victorian/Edwardian House built of soft red bricks and sandstone piers. There is a wide central staircase with two handrails to the first floor. Free parking is available at the back of the house, with limited spaces on a first come, first served basis. All rooms have en suite shower rooms with towels and complimentary toiletries supplied. All rooms are serviced every day. All rooms have a TV/DVD player, radio alarm clock, bedside lamps tea,coffee and hot chocolate making facilities. Free WiFi in all rooms. The Sandrock is non smoking, an ash bin is provided in the open front porch, a nice seating area has been created in the front patio for our guests to enjoy the sunshine. Each room has a folder with a map of town, a list of places to eat and places to visit with bus routes to suit. You can rest easy in the knowledge that our high standards of accommodation will afford you a comfortable stay.
Located near a train station, Brunton House is a great choice for a stay in Clacton-on-Sea. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. DVD players and refrigerators are offered in all rooms.
Pros: The staff were very helpful and personable, the location is perfect, and the restaurant in the hotel was terrific.
Cons: There are no elevators. Because I was traveling with my 90 year old mother, this was a bit of a challenge. The rooms are not handicap accessible.
Situated on the quay in the heart of Harwich old town The Pier offers captivating views across the harbour and the twin estuaries of the Stour and Orwell rivers - The Pier has been owned and run by the Milsom family since 1978 and has two restaurants as well as a 14 bedroom hotel - The Hapenny brassiere on the ground floor is a relaxed restaurant offering a modern menu - Upstairs the Harbourside restaurant with its fabulous position and views specialises in seafood- much of which is landed daily in the harbour below - The Pier Hotel is located in two historic buildings that stand proudly on the quay side of old Harwich - The hotels main building - built in the 1850s - houses two celebrated seafood restaurants - The HaPenny on the ground floor and the Harbourside on the first floor - and seven second-floor bedrooms- most of which overlook the estuary - The year 2000 saw the acquisition of the next door building - formerly the Angel public house - which dates back to the 1700s and is now fully refurbished and converted into a further seven bedrooms - There is nothing quite like waking up - opening luxurious curtains and taking in a fresh breath of sea air as the sun rises and the fishermen return - The Pier has 14 very different bedrooms each with a unique feel - There are - of course - similarities - crisp white bedding - a choice of products and a well stocked personal bar are standard - Please feel free to request as many of our plump fresh pillows as you would like - we need you well rested for breakfast - All 14 bedrooms are carefully furnished with many individual touches and all have private bathrooms - satellite TV - minibars - telephone - welcome tea and coffee tray and - of course - free wi-fi - In addition the family-friendly feel of the hotel continues into the bedrooms with several of them offering sofa beds for accompanying children
For the Million Pound refit it has no closet & not enough hangers. A stip hook on the back door of the bathroom to hang towels!! Matrress covers that DONT fit. Sheets that DONT fit. We dont like duvets. Miscommunications with staff-or lack of staff. Had to ask for towels, tissues, cream, coffee & sugar which should be replaced every day. It caters for Weddings & stay-overs who don't care what shape things are in when they have had too many drinks. Weddings would be a good fit. Long stay like ours 16 days was eventful & there weren't staff at the desk to wish you good evening or good morning. If there were they ignored you, more interested in what they were discussing. We did not eat at the hotel ever. Breakfast was too expensive for someone with allergies. We heard from friends they went for dinner & waited for 1/2 before one person asked when they would be served? Noone got back to them & they left. He told the staff he would return in 3 months to see if things improved. He did & it was still the same. They want to cater to the weddings & functions & people staying over after having a good time. This I think they seem to have the staff available for.
Pros: Location. Close to downtown but without the noise. The rooms we stayed in were quiet even though they have entertainment of fridays & weddings on saturdays.
Cons: Does not cater to people staying more than 2-3 nights. No closet space & 6 hangers. Bathroom needs somewhere to hang towels-NOT the hook behind the door!! Had to ask for things, soap, towels, cream & coffee.We DONT like duvets-Leave a blanket in the room
When visiting Clacton-on-Sea, The Kingscliff Hotel is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
The Garden Lodges are self-contained one-bedroomed lodges situated in a quiet village, 5 miles from the beach. Guests can choose to relax on the grounds and parking is free. The lodges are fully equipped with a double bedroom, a kitchen, a lounge and a shower room. They also include a welcome pack with tea, coffee, milk, bread, butter, jams and yogurt. Many pubs and restaurants can be found in Thorpe-Le-Soken. The train station is a 10-minute walk away.
Located near a train station, Melrose Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Clacton-on-Sea. Free perks include full breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. A bar/lounge and a snack bar/deli are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Lifehouse Spa & Hotel is set in 12 acres of English Heritage Gardens just over an hour by train from London. Specialising in the art of wellbeing, this contemporary, award winning spa offers an exclusive spa experience within an unconventional and relaxing environment. (Minimum age 16yrs). Located in Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex, less than an hour and twenty minutes by train from London and ten minutes drive from the pretty beach town of Frinton-on-sea. Lifehouse Spa & Hotel is an exciting, contemporary health spa, offering a unique, life-enriching experience, tailor-made for every guest.
The Best Western Brook Hotel, Felixstowe is a privately owned 3 Star hotel located in the beautiful seaside town of Felixstowe. With free parking and an ideal location just a short walk from the town center, beach and the train station the Best Western Brook Hotel, Felixstowe is a perfect base for visiting on business or for a leisure break. Why not explore some beautiful Suffolk Countryside in the neighboring towns of Woodbridge, Dedham, Flatford and the Essex villages. Enjoy your stay.
Pros: The hotel has a lot of old world charm, WiFi upstairs and downstairs, attentive staff, excellent food (the dining room is beautiful), beautiful gardens. Perfect place to stay the night before a cruise.
Built in 1885, in the Italian style, as a private residence, the main feature of this imposing building is the attractive tower at its northeast corner. It has a wealth of ornamental ceilings, cornices, beautiful architraves and is crowned by an impressive balustrade. It is not surprising to find this is a classified Grade Two-Listed Building. Set in its own pleasant leafy grounds, it retains an air of bygone elegance. However, in line with its admirable adaptation to its new life as a hotel, it has wide, easy access to the main road at either end of its sweeping drive.
Take the A120 off of the A12 heading for Harwich. After 4 miles take the A133 to Clacton. Follow Wellesley Road and head for the "Town Centre" at the mini-roundabout. At the next mini-roundabout turn left onto Pier Avenue and then bear left at the traffic lights onto Jackson Road where the Travelodge is located on the right-hand side.
The Captain Fryatt Guest House is perfectly situated at the Parkeston estate which is a quarter mile away from the ferry port in Harwich. p Easy accessable and good road connections to Colchester, East Anglia and London. The Captain Fryatt is a free house with rooms and has an Indian Street Cafe dining concept. The accommodation consists of 2 private cottages which sleep up to 4, a single bedroom, doubles with shared bathrooms and fully en-suite double bedrooms. p All rooms have been refurbished and have a fresh and contemporary feel. All bathrooms have large walk-in showers. p Limited private off road parking available.
Cons: Rooms need a complete refurb ( which has started apparently ) Poor greeting on arrival left car in car park while we took bags in and because not in a bay got threatened with a clamp!
Located near a train station, Esplanade Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Clacton-on-Sea. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Savory Restaurant, which serves American cuisine. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
A great choice for a stay in Harwich, Hotel Continental features a free airport shuttle. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer room service and free WiFi.