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Ramada London Stansted Airport - Bishop's Stortford Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Ramada London Stansted Airport

Welcome Break Birchanger Green, Bishop's Stortford - Map
 
 
"Airport stay overnight"
Early check in accepted. Friendly staff. Parking near hotel difficult.
A Traveller
Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport - Bishop's Stortford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport

Waltham Close Stansted Airport, Bishop's Stortford - Map
 
 
"great place to stay overnight"
great location - just a couple of minutes walk from the terminal and trains. rooms are superb as always.
Deni from Norwich, UK
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
 
 
"Down Hall Country House Hotel"
We stayed at Down Hall for a three night break. We were lucky enough to obtain a cheap rate via Expedia, yet our room allocated was superb. It was off the main landing area. The Hotel was busy, yet highly organised. The food superb and the staff very helpful and friendly. Would not hesitate to return. A superb break...
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A very warm welcome awaits you at Down Hall Country House Hotel, set in the beautiful Hertfordshire/Essex countryside …More
Lifehouse Spa & Hotel - Clacton-on-Sea Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
£99
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Lifehouse Spa & Hotel

Frinton Road, Clacton-on-Sea - Map
 
 
"Spa hotel with large grounds"
Good country location and very convenient for coastal resorts of Clacton, Frinton and Walton on the Naze. Also very close to Constable Country.
Graham from Surrey
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
 
 
"excellent"
booked just for a few days away got upgraded to a suite which was a wonderful surprise no complaints whatsover and would definately go back
Fran from Essex
Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa - Colchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa

Keepers Lane, Colchester - Map
 
 
"Lovely place to stay"
We booked for a last minute Easter weekend night away for myself, husband and two children (aged 14 and 11). It was excellent value for a family room, which was really spacious with a view of the golf course. The room had 2 double beds and plenty of room for us all - only downside was that they prepped it for 2 guests rather than 4, but as we were only there for a night it didn't really matter. It was extremely clean and well kept, if a little dated decor wise. The TV also had limited channels, but again for one night it was fine. Our stay included full use of the spa facilities and we spent a lovely afternoon in the pool, steam, sauna and jacuzzi. Children are allowed in the facilities between 5 - 7pm and again in the morning (9am - 10am I think). There are lovely loungers around the pool and all the spa facilities are close at hand. I also had a treatment and the prices are very competitive. We didn't eat in the hotel, but went out to a nearby pub in Nayland, which was excellent. Overall the hotel is in a lovely area and has great facilities for a family night away. They are currently being refurbished and the reception area was looking really nice. I presume some of the more tired corridor areas will eventually get done.
Baldilocks from Hertfordshire
Set in beautiful ‘Constable Country’ the Stoke by Nalyand Hotel, Golf and Spa offers some of the best leisure, spa and Golf …More
The Legacy Great Hallingbury Manor Hotel - Bishop's Stortford Hotels
Rating: 4.0 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
Best Western Marks Tey Hotel - Colchester Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Best Western Marks Tey Hotel

London Road, Colchester - Map
 
 
"Excellent hotel."
I booked two standard double rooms for a one night stay. Check-in was stress free and expedient. The staff were pleasant and efficient. We were given rooms next to each other (268 and 266). Both rooms were clean and comfortable. The hotel was hosting two weddings while we stayed, but this did not affect our nights sleep. The restaurant and breakfast staff were very helpful, going out of their way to accommodate our needs. We telephoned reception for extra beverages which were delivered to our room promptly. Check-out was quick. Staff were aware of the guests wishing to check-out despite the volume of guests milling about the foyer.
Marylou from North West England
Orsett Hall Hotel - Grays Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Orsett Hall Hotel

Prince Charles Avenue, Grays - Map
 
 
"Nice"
I stayed in the single lodge house for one night. This was a relaxing experience. I used the fitness centre it was not busy and I enjoyed it. Breakfast was very nice. I am a vegetarian. I did not have an evening meal because I did not fancy the veggie option on the set menu. I would return to the hotel for a relaxing stay and try to book with a friend so I could buy a special offer.
female 60years from london
Situated in beautiful countryside within easy access of the M25, Orsett Hall is a stunning luxury hotel set in twelve acres …More
Holiday Inn Brentwood M25, Jct. 28 - Brentwood Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Holiday Inn Brentwood M25, Jct. 28

Brook Street, Brentwood - Map
 
 
"Great for an overnight stay"
We only stayed for one night but had nothing bad to say ...
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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.

    History of a more recent era can be experienced at the secret nuclear bunker at Kelvedon Hatch. This huge underground complex was built during the Cold War as a possible regional headquarters for the UK government and, after decommissioning, was opened to the public as a tourist attraction in 1992. It retains many of its original features, including its entrance at ground level through an ordinary-looking bungalow surrounded by trees. Why not contrast the privations of life in the bunker with a stay at one of the luxury hotels in the area, where you can shake off the Cold War with a hot bath!

    For generations of Londoners, the perfect day out will always be a trip to Southend Pier. This Grade II listed building extends 1.34 miles into the Thames Estuary, making it the longest pleasure pier in the world. Gutted by fires and damaged by accidents, the pier has survived a chequered history and is about to gain a new lease of life with the reconstruction of the pier head and a new pavilion housing a theatre and exhibition space. Ride the train to the end of the line and enjoy the spectacular seascapes before checking into one of the romantic hotels that make England’s traditional seaside resorts so unique..

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