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I stayed at this hotel for my uncle's wedding. The hotel is very pretty, in a quiet setting. Bar area is quite tight but plenty of seating and a larger restaurant area to the side. Behind the bar there is plenty of options when it comes to drink (I was very please they had Guinness and the Strawberry ...
Located on the seafront, this quality hotel is in a great situation with car parking. We had a superior room, which was a little more expensive but had all the extras you expect from a top hotel, bath robes, slippers, etc., etc. It was very comfortable indeed. The hotel is well presented throughout, ...
Very nice traditional Manor hotel. Only thing that marred the stay was that they insisted on charging my son's card with a GBP 20 holding fee, even though I had paid for the room in advance. When he queried this they did not really explain why that was necessary.
This elegant architectural delight is set in fine gardens adjacent to the University. It is a training hotel for prospective hoteliers and the numerous staff are all perfecting their profession.. The new wing was designed in a modern style and bore no resemblance to the original architecture which ...
Very near to vastly, museum and great shopping and eateries. Service and good in hotel very good. Rather noisy, old building and all floorboards creaked! At side, much noise from local snooker club where members sat and drunk outside, old windows didn't keep out noise!
We were attending a family wedding and further to a call to the hotel the evening before we were advised (quite abruptly) that we could not access room prior to 3:00 ( which was a little inflexible, but understandable) - so we arrived dressed for the wedding to be told some rooms were available for ...
From enchanting country hotels to value-for-money bed and breakfasts, Essex has a wonderful selection of romantic hotels for special weekend getaways or longer breaks. The western part of the county is home to London Stansted Airport, which offers flights to dozens of locations across Europe.
Close to the ancient city of Chelmsford, this impressive Grade II-Listed mansion welcomes around two million visitors each year to see its grand interior and beautiful grounds. It was designed in the 18th century in an elaborate Neo-Classical theme, and is one of the most popular wedding venues in East Anglia.
Visit the lively seaside resort of Clacton-on-Sea, which is known for its pleasure pier and pleasant sandy beaches, and has a good range of affordable hotels. Further south is the larger resort of Southend-on-Sea, most noted for its 1.3-mile-long pier that has stood since the early 19th century. Like other resorts, it also has plenty of accommodation ranging from deluxe hotels to budget friendly bed and breakfasts, and is less than 45 miles from central London by train.
There is widespread archaeological evidence that Colchester is the oldest recorded town in the county, referred to as far back as the 1st century AD, well before the Roman conquest of Britain. Once you've checked in at your romantic hotel, you can visit the town's imposing castle and observe Europe's biggest Norman Keep.
You could also book tickets to see a fantastic theatre show at the acclaimed Mercury theatre, which is just a half-mile walk along the High Street from the castle. Now that the vast majority of Essex hotels offer WiFi, you can easily book tickets to local attractions and make restaurant reservations online from the comfort of your room.
In the northwest of the county, you can visit the charismatic market town of Saffron Walden, which could easily be nominated for the title of Essex's most picturesque settlement. On the outskirts is the splendid country mansion known as Audley End House, which is a striking example of Jacobean architecture and is easily accessible from hotels in west Essex via the M11.