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Kingscliff Hotel
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Kingscliff Hotel
"Good Points: Excellent value for money in a seafront hotel. Room pleasant and spotlessly clean. Dinner was beautifully cooked and served. General review: Would go back anytime but it is too ..." More

Kingscliff Hotel
"Great hotel all staff very friendly great food very clean will go back

Date visited: october 2009 ..." More

Kingscliff Hotel
"Good Points: Staff very friendly & polite. The evening meal we had was superb, also breakfast. Bad Points: Seats in Dinning room were very marked, in need of a good clean General ..." More

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Holland-on-sea is a seaside town in east Essex, located south of the little village of Great Holland. It is a short coastal walk down the coastline to Clacton. There are 4 churches in the village: St Bartholomew’s Church, All Soul’s Catholic Church plus a Methodist and a Baptist church. The village has several independent shops, a village hall, a primary school, one main hotel, plus a number of guest houses. It has numerous fine beaches with facilities for safe bathing and boating. The village has many open grassland areas; the largest being the clifftop Holland Haven nature reserve and country park on the edge of the village. Pubs and places to eat in Holland-on-Sea include The Roaring Donkey, The Oakwood Inn and The Kingscliffe Hotel, plus Giorgio’s Ristorante which specialises in seafood. Nearby Clacton-on-Sea with its long sandy beaches and seafront gardens is most famous for the 19th century Clacton Pier (reputed to be the world's largest). It’s a family run entertainment pleasure pier with some 19 fairground rides. There is a good range of shops in Clacton town centre, plus Clacton Factory Shopping Village. There is a market in Clacton on Tuesday and Saturday and a covered market from Monday to Saturday.

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Flamingo (The)
Giorgio’s Ristorante
Maffias
Simone’s Cafe Bar

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Alistair Keeble

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Windmill Bakery
Malcolm's Family Butchers
Mansion House Florist
Sladbury's Farm Smoked Salmon
Nucleus Watersports

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Kingscliff Hotel (0.56 miles)

Kingscliff Hotel

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We are the premier hotel on the Tendring Peninsula, situated on the coastal road and providing superb cliff top views. We offer newly refurbished and well-equipped bedrooms with friendly and attentive service. ... More

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Esplanade Hotel (1.80 miles)

Esplanade Hotel

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A warm welcome is assured at this hotel in Clacton-on-Sea, ideal for spring and autumn breaks. The picturesque countryside is dotted with charming towns and villages. The Esplanade Hotel is ideally situated ... More

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The Langtry Hotel (1.92 miles)

The Langtry Hotel

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This cosy hotel has a lounge, a bar, and is just a few metres from Clacton's popular beachfront. Bedrooms are centrally heated and feature an en suite shower and Wi-Fi. The lounge at ... More

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Travelodge Clacton (2.05 miles)

For those wishing to be on the doorstep of all that is going on in the delightful seaside town of Clacton on Sea, look no further than the Travelodge Clacton on Sea Central. Clacton Pier ... More | visit website

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Chudleigh Hotel (2.06 miles)

Chudleigh Hotel
Chudleigh Hotel is conveniently situated near the central seafront; only a short distance from the pier and main shopping centre.The unique architecture makes this popular hotel a landmark in the town and its amazingly quiet ... More | visit website
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Levere House (2.06 miles)

Levere House

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A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at LeVere House. The House is situated a short walk from the seafront, shops, restaurants, pier and beautiful gardens. ... More

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The Sandrock (2.10 miles)

The Sandrock is one of Clacton-on-Seas respected accommodation providers. We are an Award Winning establishment given by The AA Organisation. The Sandrock is a detached Victorian/ Edwardian residents built of soft red bricks with sandstone ... More | visit website
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Lifehouse Country Spa Resort (3.52 miles)

Lifehouse Country Spa Resort
Tucked away in the heart of rural Essex is a contemporary, chic, sleek, stylish Country Spa Resort, Lifehouse offers an exceptionally unique resort like no other. With 89 bedrooms, 35 treatment rooms a 18.5 metre ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Clacton-on-Sea (5.91 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A12. Local attractions include 4 different beaches within 8 miles. Conveniently located for Weeley train station. Our Clacton-On-Sea Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every ... More | visit website
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Folkards Barn (7.00 miles)

Folkards Barn

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This hidden oasis, set in 26 acres and converted to exacting standards, enjoys a covered terrace for alfresco dining and glorious views over an undulating landscape encompassing ... More

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