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Innkeepers Lodge
Runwell Road

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Situated in Wickford this lodge is located close to basildon zoo, basildon leisure park and southend and chelmsford shopping centres. only eight miles to the east, southend on sea offers all the fun and excitement of a traditional seaside town, including the world's longest pleasure pier. southend pier opened in 1889 and has become the town's most famous landmark. visitors can enjoy a brisk walk along the 1.33 mile-long stretch, ride on the unique pier trains or take a tripon one of the many pleasure boats available. each of our 24 rooms has a refreshing shower, a desk to work at, wifi in every room, telephone and modem services, tea & coffee making facilities, flat screen freeview digital tv and most importantly a comfortable bed. breakfast is complimentary and is served in the runwell toby carvery next door. guests can help themselves to a choice of cereals, croissants, bagels,fresh fruit, yoghurts, juices, toast, preserves, fresh coffee & tea.

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