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July 2014: Regency Brighton and Hove

The plurally-named City of Brighton and Hove rather fittingly is a holidays plural - destination. Its modern, historic, cultural, sporting, happening, a seaside resort ...More
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The Globe Hotel, Colchester

The Globe Hotel
This historic Grade II listed building dating back to 1700 is a 10 minute walk from the town centre and train station, and offers renovated, comfortable interiors. Restored to a ... More Prices from 80.00

Travelodge Ipswich Central, Ipswich

Travelodge Ipswich Central
Sat just over a mile from Ipswich train station and next to the Neptune Marina, the Travelodge Ipswich Central Hotel is ideal for visitors seeking accommodation close to the waterfront. ... More Prices from 82.00

Polstead Lodge, Colchester

Polstead Lodge
Polstead Lodge is a family run business set in the heart of Constable Country in the Dedham Vale and is an area of outstanding natural beauty, the perfect place to ... More Prices from 60.00

Peresteda Apartments, Colchester

Peresteda Apartments
The 6 Peresteda Apartments are within the Prested Hall Health Club: four have two bedrooms, and two have one. They all face south and are warm and comfortable with top ... More Prices from 130.00

Bentley Tower Hotel, Ipswich

Bentley Tower Hotel
Just a short walk away from the bustling town centre, this 10-bedroom hotel is set within a wonderful Georgian building in the Suffolk town of Ipswich. For your comfort and ... More Prices from 49.00

BEST WESTERN Gatehouse Hotel, Ipswich

BEST WESTERN Gatehouse Hotel
A hidden Gem set in Three acres of gardens, nestling on the outskirts of Ipswich, yet only 5 minutes from the centre of town. Ample free car parking, 13 excellent ... More Prices from 63.05

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