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Down Hall Country House Hotel - Bishop's Stortford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Down Hall Country House Hotel

Matching Road, Hatfield Heath, Bishop's Stortford - Map
 
 
"country hideaway"
Very lovely hotel,would be coming back next time with my wife to let her see this lovely place.
Martin from B
A very warm welcome awaits you at Down Hall Country House Hotel, set in the beautiful Hertfordshire/Essex countryside …More
Roslin Beach Hotel - Southend-on-Sea Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Roslin Beach Hotel

10-12 Thorpe Esplande, Southend-on-Sea - Map
 
 
"Great hotel for a seaside break"
On arrival at the hotel I was given a lot of information about the facilities and my room was very comfortable and spacious. I had pre booked a massage in the spa and this was so good I added another treatment (plus residents get 20% discount!). All the staff I met were informative and helpful, very willing to accommodate anything I needed. I really enjoyed my stay here, it's a great location for a seaside getaway. Will definitely be visiting again.
Helen from W
The Westcliff Hotel - Westcliff-on-Sea Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
£73
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The Westcliff Hotel

18-20 Westcliff Parade, Westcliff-on-Sea - Map
 
 
"Excellent"
From entering the Foyer to leaving the whole stay was beyond expectations. Friendly staff all round from reception to restaurant to bar. The condition of room and hotel overall ranks 5*
David Pike from London East
Welcome to the Westcliff, south end??s finest hotel build in 1891 , and still retaining many of the original Victorian …More
Wivenhoe House Hotel - Colchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Wivenhoe House Hotel

Wivenhoe Park, Colchester - Map
 
 
"Great hotel and very good value"
I booked a luxury double room with bath and garden view - but as we were in the old part of the hotel, the view (from a smallish window) was limited and looked across the lawns to the access road and university buildings. Next time I would forego the bath and 'view' in favour of one of the modern rooms in the new block. The room was large and clean, and the big bed was comfortable. The staff were pleasant and helpful and brought a continental breakfast up to the room when my partner was feeling unwell, at no extra charge. Generally: a good hotel in a nice, quiet setting, which offered excellent value. It has been refurbished to a high standard but there are some niggles which I found puzzling - for instance, the main entrance. Tarmac runs across the car park, right up to the main entrance doors (no paving or pot plants to mark it - it looks quite municipal as a result). Once inside, the stairs to the main lobby are really grubby and the paint on the doors is chipped. It all gives a really poor impression, contrary to the feel inside. Also the guests' lounge is sparsely and poorly furnished. It looks like they ran out of money and spoils the generally quite luxurious feel. I think they badly need someone to come in and sort these things out if they really want to take the place upmarket.
Natalie from London
Lifehouse Spa & Hotel - Clacton-on-Sea Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Lifehouse Spa & Hotel

Frinton Road, Clacton-on-Sea - Map
 
 
"Chill out at The Lifehouse"
Great welcome on arrival. Then you put on your robe and start to wind down in to a chilled out world. Yoga, exercise classes, meditation, naturotherapy talks, garden walks, spa and pool all included. Treatments extra (a bit pricey?). Left feeling recharged and relaxed.
A Traveller
De Rougemont Manor Hotel & Suites - Brentwood Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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De Rougemont Manor Hotel & Suites

Great Warley Street, Brentwood - Map
 
 
"Great food and service, friendly welcoming staff"
Plenty of parking space. Check in is quick and efficient. Sometimes finding your room is an interesting experience sometimes as it's rather a sprawling place, but there's a concierge guy who is very friendly and helpful usually around. Have stayed there quite often and never had a problem with double rooms. Single rooms I've stayed in have been rather cramped and the single beds have been bouncy and uncomfortable, so doubles all the way for me. I've eaten in the restaurant some evenings and the service is good - food excellent, but can take some time for mains to be serviced out of the kitchens. Though when it arrives it's always fresh and delicious. Several menu options to choose from and daily specials. Madras curry was spectacular! Road noise can be heard but it doesn't stop me getting sleep (depending on positioning of your room of course. Main road at front of hotel is very busy. Rooms quiet otherwise. There's a gym and outdoor pool (not used these myself) but they look good. Overall recommended.
Shep from Midlands
Nestling on the outskirts of Brentwood and affording glorious views of surrounding Essex - De Rougemont Manor is one of the …More
Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport - Bishop's Stortford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£149
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Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport

Waltham Close Stansted Airport, Bishop's Stortford - Map
 
 
"Good view of runway!"
Very kindly upgraded to Business Class Room for our anniversary, beautiful room overlooking the runway!!
Lissy from London
Skylark Hotel - Southend-on-sea Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Skylark Hotel

Aviation Way, Southend-on-sea - Map
 
 
"Nice and spacious huge room"
Huge rooms quiet location recommended. Nasty pillows only bad bit
rich from kent
Marygreen Manor Hotel - Brentwood Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Marygreen Manor Hotel

London Road, Brentwood - Map
 
 
Really warm greeting on arrival, super efficient - really nice little hotel.
A Traveller
This is a fine example of early 16th Century architecture and was initially the home of Henry Roper gentleman servant to …More
The Legacy Great Hallingbury Manor Hotel - Bishop's Stortford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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The Legacy Great Hallingbury Manor Hotel

Tilekin Green, Bishop's Stortford - Map
 
 
"Beautiful bijou hotel, two minutes from the M11."
The rooms in the coach house are smaller but still nicely furnished and considerably quieter than in the main building. Even though it is just over the road, it makes a massive difference
Janine from Egham

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    Pocket Guide: Essex

    The staff working in hotels in Essex try not to heave a tired sigh when guests ask them where the nearest vajazzle salon is. Sure, there are plenty of 5-star and 4-star hotels where you might bump into the TOWIE set, but luckily there are other Essex hotels where a hearty breakfast is more important than an eyebrow weave. So leave your preconceptions at home, grab a map and take the first sliproad out of town. You’ll find there’s far more to this misunderstood county than fake tans and French manicures.

    Colchester is England’s oldest recorded town and the one-time capital of Roman Britain, so it’s a magnet for history lovers. Colchester Castle is built over the ruins of the Roman Temple to the Divine Claudius, the tower of Holy Trinity Church has its origins in the Saxon period, and traces of medieval architecture survive in the ruins of the Augustinian priory of St Botolph and the Benedictine abbey of St John. The Dutch quarter, formerly colonised by Flemish weavers, houses many Tudor buildings, while the Victorians made their mark with the Town Hall and the iconic "Jumbo" water tower, still one of the most recognisable landmarks on the skyline. Check into one of the town’s boutique hotels and take a walk back in time through the history of England.

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