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Lifehouse Spa & Hotel

Lifehouse Spa & Hotel

4.3 of 5 • 181 reviews
Thorpe Green
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pentahotel Ipswich

pentahotel Ipswich

3.8 of 5 • 520 reviews
Maidenhall
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Best Western Brook Hotel Felixstowe

Best Western Brook Hotel Felixstowe

3.9 of 5 • 66 reviews
Felixstowe
£37
Orwell Hotel

Orwell Hotel

4.1 of 5 • 43 reviews
Felixstowe
£42
Langtry Hotel

Langtry Hotel

Clacton-on-Sea
£46
Seckford Hall Hotel

Seckford Hall Hotel

4.3 of 5 • 72 reviews
Ipswich
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Novotel Ipswich

Novotel Ipswich

4.2 of 5 • 532 reviews
Maidenhall
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Muthu Belstead Brook Hotel

Muthu Belstead Brook Hotel

3.8 of 5 • 368 reviews
Maidenhall
£49
Best Western Ipswich Hotel

Best Western Ipswich Hotel

3.8 of 5 • 144 reviews
Ipswich
£50
The Kingscliff Hotel

The Kingscliff Hotel

4.2 of 5 • 111 reviews
Clacton-on-Sea
£45

Pocket Guide: Harwich Beacon Hill Fort Hotels

The imposing building of Beacon Hill Fort was constructed to defend the port at Harwich. There's been a fort here since the early-16th Century, although the existing building you can see today was completed in 1892. During World War II, the fort was used to defend the harbour, but in 1956 it was decommissioned and today is a visitor attraction. Visitors to Harwich will find a range of accommodation in the town including independent hotels and guest houses.

Comfortable, Cosy Accommodation Close to Beacon Hill Fort

Many of the traditional guesthouses and independent hotels in Harwich are small, with just a few guest rooms, but what they lack in size they more than make up for with charm! You'll find 19th century harbourside independent hotels with views over the port, individually decorated rooms and luxurious amenities such as satellite TV and mini-bars, as well as more modest guest houses. Some hotels provide an airport shuttle service and wedding facilities, perfect for those looking to get married near the coast.

Top Things to See and Do in Harwich

There's plenty to see and do in Harwich for all ages. Take a trip to the Beacon Hill Fort Radar Tower, which is often open for guided tours. The tower was built in 1941 to detect German 'E' boats. Or why not follow the maritime trail to the Harwich Maritime Museum? Housed in the old Low Lighthouse (built in 1818), you'll find a display of fascinating nautical memorabilia here, and children go free. On sunny days, Beth Chatto Gardens is a popular spot for couples and families, with its Reservoir Garden, Gravel Garden and Woodland Garden. There's also a tearoom here where you can enjoy refreshments - or you could always head back to your hotel for a bite to eat.

Affordable Hotels with Excellent Amenities in Harwich

If you're looking for affordable hotels with all the amenities you could need for a comfortable stay, Harwich won't disappoint. Whether you prefer to stay in a boutique hotel or a traditional guest house, you'll find delicious breakfasts, free parking and free WiFi on offer at most accommodation.

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