The Case Hotel
Is situated approximately 3 miles from Sudbury, Suffolk and 7 miles from Colchester, Essex, on the edge of the Dedham vale area of outstanding beauty and is therefore an ideal base for accommodation
Stoke By Nayland Hotel
So you are planning a hotel break? Imagine a peacefully secluded family owned resort providing down-to-earth customer service mixed with elegant luxury. Now take the leap and escape the hustle and
The White Hart Inn
Hugo Townsend Welcomes you to The White Hart Inn conveniently situated on Halstead High Street, The White Hart Inn has 4 En-suite bedrooms, our restaurant serves homemade food and the bar stocks a
Star Anglia Hotel
Star Anglia Hotel is centrally located in Colchester, just a few minutes walk to Colchester train station and less than 10 minutes to the main shopping area i.e. The Colchester Hotel has a variety of
Riverside Hotel
The Riverside Hotel is a 16th. Century Tudor Building (1604) situated on the Bank of the River Colne - it is set in England's Oldest Recorded Town of Colchester. The beautiful castle park is adjacent
Riverside Hotel
The Riverside Hotel has 18 en-suite rooms, all with tea/coffee making facilities. Both of Colchester's railways stations are just a short walk away, with London Liverpool Street only 50 minutes away
The White Hart
The White Hart is a family operated hotel. We take great pride in what we offer and have a genuine love for our hotel, all its creaks, wonky walls and 600 years of history! Witham is located in the
Brightlingsea Motel
Brightlingsea Motel opened April 2006 and was a brand new development. We are 15 minutes drive from Colchester, England's oldest recorded Town and 20 Minutes from the seaside Town of Clacton on sea.
Haverhill Days Inn
The Days Inn is the hotel and conferencing facility in Haverhill, a first class budget hotel offering award winning service. We are part of one of the world's largest hospitality companies so you can
Blue Boar Hotel
The Blue Boar Hotel is without a doubt one of the best hotels in the Maldon area. Look beyond the Grand Georgian frontage of the Blue Boar Inn, both literally and historically and you will find