This holiday park is ideal for those with young children. I would not recommend for families with of a teenagers as there is nothing for them to do. Very small outdoor and indoor pools. A car is required to drive anywhere off the campsite as it is not in walking distance to any local amenities or ...
Booked to stay here over Christmas for a week, cottage itself was lovely, clean, had everything we needed......except it was so cold. The heating only came on periodically for a short time and we were asked (by a sign on the boiler itself) not to adjust the boiler settings. I had to go out and buy ...
We’ve stayed previously and the place was nicely decorated and very clean. Our recent stay was unfortunately not the same. I am commenting on here as it seems the last few reviews have had the same issues but it doesn’t seem to have been rectified. The house was filthy when we arrived, I had to clean ...
Great welcome, good rates, great parking, very helpful staff, big breakfast sets you up for any thing. Could do with the heating coming a bit earlier.
Fabulous best bed I have ever slept in. The owners were lovely and nothing was too much trouble. Also breakfast well you need to try it to believe it. Only very little gripe was that it was very hot in the room.
With a coastline that spans 350 miles, Essex is blessed with some of the United Kingdom's most beautiful beaches. If sun, sand and sea, alongside a range of nearby attractions, tick all your holiday boxes, then this county will leave you spoilt for choice. Not only is there St. Osyths and Clacton, there's also the unspoilt sands of Frinton-on-Sea nearby and the bounty of beachside attractions of Southend-on-Sea; there's something for everyone, whether you want water sports, family entertainment or to top up your tan in peace and quiet. For added convenience, there are plenty of beach hotels in Essex, giving you easy access to your favourite sunspots in the county. From small, independent hotels to sleek and chic, upmarket accommodation, there's a good selection to choose from.
If you're looking for a traditional beach hotel, the Westcliff Hotel in Westcliff-on-Sea is an ideal choice. Set close to the ever-popular beach, the hotel offers individually designed rooms, with many capturing the hotel's Victorian character. The hotel has also seen its fair share of celebrities pass through its doors, including the Four Tops, cast members from River Dance and players from the Chelsea Football Team. With an excellent restaurant, wedding facilities and conference rooms for business hire, this hotel is perfect as a destination for a variety of reasons.
The Park Inn by Radisson Palace Southend-on-Sea is set close to its famous sands, complete with the worlds longest Pleasure Pier, the Sea Life Centre and the Adventure Life Fun Park. Although a Victorian building, this beach hotel boasts all the modern amenities you'd expect from modern accommodation, including free WiFi. For those who want to test their luck against the tables, the Park Inn by Radisson Palace Southend also sports its own casino.
Just a short drive from the nearby airport, the Holiday Inn Southend offers spectacular views across the Thames Estuary and is an ideal hotel for families and business travellers alike. Its rooftop restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and the hotel is ideally located to explore all that Southend has to offer.
Essex is a fantastic county; ideal for a beach holiday. Booking a room in a beach hotel in Essex is the ideal way to make the best of your break.
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