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Walton On The Naze


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Postcode: CO14 | code search
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Kichel throwing in Harwich
Mad Maldon Mud Race
Opening the Oyster Fishery
Plough Monday
The Dunmow Flitch

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Walton on the Naze Market
"Whoever said 70 stalls is way off the mark!! 10 if your lucky :(

Date visited: 7 July 13 ..." More

Maple Leaf Guest House B&B
"We had a very nice stay, in a very relaxing atmosphere. Our room was cleaned everyday, the breakfast was excellent. We were made very welcome. Ideal location near the beach ..." More

Maple Leaf Guest House B&B
"Very disappointed with the room and not very clean , We left after one night. The beaches in Walton and Frinton were great.

Date visited: sun 8th august 2010 ..." More

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Walton-on-the-Naze is a small town in Essex, on the Tendring Peninsula, about 85 miles north east of London. It is a quaint seaside resort, with The Naze being the main tourist attraction. There is also a Walton pier and The Naze itself is about 1.5 miles north of the pier. The Naze is a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its fossil cliffs, and a public footpath stretches along the cliff tops. The John Weston Nature Reserve on the Naze is a Special Protection Area and the area of water behind the Naze, called Hamford Water and Walton Backwaters, is recognised as being an internationally important wetland for birds. Wildlife boat trips are available to view some of Walton's wildlife which also includes seals. The Naze tower was built in 1721 to guide shipping to the busy port of Harwich. Today the tower is an Art Gallery, Museum and Café. Other attractions include Walton Maritime Museum in the old lifeboat house; and the Titchmarsh Marina. There is a multi-purpose entertainment and conference centre named The Columbine Centre and other leisure attractions include an indoor swimming pool on the Bathhouse Meadow. There’s a weekly Thursday market in Millennium Square.


Albion Beach
Walton Maritime Museum
Walton Pier

Caravan Park

Naze Marine Holiday Park
Willows Caravan Park

Holiday Park

Naze Marine Holiday Park


Walton on the Naze Market

Pub and Bar

Royal Albion


Powells Solicitors


Fours Taxis


Beside The Seaside
The Tea Rooms
Good Taste Cafe
The Colonade Kiosk
Wright & Sons Bakery
Lilleys Bakery
Borno Pharmacy
All Seasons Gift Box
While Stocks Last

The Walton Rock Shop
Walton Rock

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Lifehouse Country Spa Resort (4.19 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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Kingscliff Hotel (4.99 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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Hotel Continental (5.88 miles)

Hotel Continental

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A small independent hotel overlooking the sea at Dovercourt Bay, minutes by car from Harwich International Port.

A modern interior in a Victorian seaside property which is painted bright yellow on the ... More
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Tower Hotel (6.07 miles)

Tower Hotel

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This large hotel has a country house feel and is set in a large grassed grounds.
This large country style hotel, has an olde world feel and caters for large ... More

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Esplanade Hotel (6.20 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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Premier Inn Harwich (6.21 miles)

Local attractions include Harwich ferry port, Constable country and various beaches. For shops and local amenities Harwich town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Harwich Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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The Langtry Hotel (6.31 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 (6.41 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 (6.44 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 (6.44 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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