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Postcode: CO6 | code search
Population: 4430
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The historic village of Coggeshall is situated in North Essex on the old Roman road between Colchester and St. Albans. Between the 15th and 17th centuries Coggeshall was one of the most industrialised places in the area, ranking alongside Colchester in importance in the wool trade. The town was also once famed for its lace. Just a few years ago Coggeshall was renowned for the number of shops selling antiques and indeed the BBC's Lovejoy series was filmed in the area. The antique trade has somewhat declined, but there are still some shops and four ancient public houses, plus an "olde worlde" teashop which is situated underneath Coggeshall's very distinctive Victorian clock. The large 15th century church of St. Peter-ad-Vincula, an Essex ‘wool’ church, stands on Church Green and is one of the largest churches in Essex. It is said that ley lines - energy lines linked to the earth's magnetic field - actually cross in Coggeshall, creating friction, and strange events! The wool trade was started by monks in the 12th Century, and Grange Barn, on Grange Hill, is one of the oldest timber-framed barns in Europe. It was the barn of the Cistercian Monastery of Coggeshall and the remains of the abbey and chapel can still be seen. The Coggeshall Heritage Centre in St Peter's Hall, Stoneham Street, is a small heritage museum displaying items of local interest, with changing exhibits and a working wool loom. Marks Hall Gardens, is an arboretum in ancient woodlands with gardens and a visitor centre. It is famous for the massive 13th century Honywood Oak. Paycocke's House, in West Street, is owned by the National Trust, and shows the finest variety of domestic Tudor architecture with intricate carved woodwork and panelling and a display of the renowned Coggeshall lace. There is also an attractive cottage garden.


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White Hart (0.24 miles)

White Hart

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In the pretty market town of Coggeshall, this stunning building dates back to the 15th century and still boasts many beautiful original features, such as historic oak beams. The White Hart Hotel’s ... More

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Kings Arms (1.58 miles)

Kings Arms
The Kings Arms is a quaint and cosy pub run by a small team of family and close friends. We endeavour to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere in which our customers can comfortably enjoy ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Colchester Feering (2.10 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Old Anchor (2.17 miles)

Old Anchor
The 'Old Anchor Hotel' is a coaching inn with some parts dating back to the 15th century. Situated just off the A12 , halfway between Chelmsford and Colchester we are ideally placed for touring and ... More | visit website
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Prested Hall (2.55 miles)

Prested Hall
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Prested Hall is a comfortable, listed privately owned country house hotel. It has 10 lovely ensuite rooms,as well as conference and function facilities, and an adjacent ... More
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Rivenhall Hotel (3.77 miles)

Rivenhall Hotel

The Rivenhall Hotel is located at the heart of Essex ,just off A 12 midway between Chelmsford and Colchester.Its strategic location means that the hotel is just a 20 to the M 25 and ... More | visit website

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De Vere Arms Hotel (3.91 miles)

De Vere Arms Hotel

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Great Style and Flair.The the de Vere Arms tell a simple story, Nine elegant rooms and a 50- Seat Award winning fine dining Restaurant speak ... More

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Best Western Marks Tey Hotel (4.30 miles)

Best Western Marks Tey Hotel

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This modern hotel and leisure club, located to the south of Colchester, is the premier hotel in north Essex. The hotel features 110 bedrooms which have been carefully designed with your personal ... More

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Premier Inn Braintree Freeport Village (4.66 miles)

Premier Inn Braintree Freeport Village
Ideally located within easy reach of the A120, 16 miles to Stansted Airport and just 1 mile from Freeport train station. For shops and local amenities Braintree Town Centre and Braintree Train Station are both ... More | visit website
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Bull Hotel (5.54 miles)

Bull Hotel

The Bull Hotel was a coaching inn for over 500 years. With its gently sloping floors and wealth of oak beams the hotel retains much of its historic character. The restaurant offers an extensive bar/brasserie ... More | visit website

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