East Anglia is a vast track of Englishness that most people don't really know. It is rural, quite isolated yet very distinctive. It has picturesque Cambridge rising out of Fen country and many quaint villages merging into Constable country. Please select your town and accommodation. Press return to come back to this list

ESSEX - Although bordering on London Essex has some suprisingly quaint and rural villages and coastline - and historic towns.

------ Colchester goes back a long way. It was the capital of the pre Roman Belgic ruler Cunobelius and of course a Roman capital of which many finely preserved items remain. Picturesque. View Clochester Here is the accommodation

Butterfly Colchester

Just minutes from major routes to the port of Harwich and convenient for Colchester's two major business parks. A fine base for exploring Constable Country and the East Anglian coastline. Doubles from £50

The Marks Tey Hotel

This modern Hotel & Leisure Club located to the south of Colchester is the premier hotel in North Essex. Services and facilities of a high standard are combined with a respect for traditional values of comfort & care. Doubles fr £47

The Red Lion Hotel is an historical Grade 1 listed building (c1465) located in the town centre of historic Colchester. The hotel is one of the oldest inns in East Anglia and has been described as 'a fine example of Tudor England'

CAMPING --- Colchester Camping and Caravan Park

Colchester - all year

01206 545551

Weeley Bridge Caravan Park

Clacton on Sea 01255 83040

Southend - Being the largest town in Essex - under 1 hour from London's Liverpool Street Station - the seaside town of Southend caters for many tastes. The quiet and elegant grace of the West Cliff, the far away feel of the East Beach, the huge action pubs high octane clubs and discos of the middle section give plenty of variety - Accommodation below

Camelia Hotel

The luxurious one hundred year old hotel, which is family run, has been completely renovated to ensure it's reputation as Southend's finest hotel is maintained well into the new Millenium. Doubles £60

 

Ilframcombe Hotel

The reasonably priced Ilfracombe House Hotel is a fully-licensed 20-Bedroom AA 4-Diamond luxury hotel with own CAR PARK. All rooms are ensuite, with 19 Sky/TV channels, direct-dial telephones, and internet access points in every room

 

The Westcliff Hotel, situated in this vibrant seaside resort, commands spectacular views over the Thames Estuary towards the distant Kent coastline. (Westcliff on Sea)

Chelsmford - Communities were settled around the River Chelmer (probably a Saxon name) more than 4,000 years ago and it had the great honour of bearing the Imperial Roman Prefix.The long history of this, the county town of Essex has ebbed and flowed. Marconi opened the worlds first radio factory here in 1899 and the tone was set for a town engaged in technology and light

- Accommodation below

The Atlantic Hotel is a new breed of Hotel. It has evolved to incorporate the best of a traditional hotel, yet it has enough forward looking ideas to allow it to both look and feel modern, yet homely.

The Snows Hotel, a Neo-Georgian Mansion built in 1891, retains the character and charm of its heritage. Set in nearly three quarters of an acre, the grounds provide beautiful and peaceful gardens for the use of guests.

Harwich -

The Tower Hotel

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 conferences and weddings.

Basildon

Campanile Hotel &endash; Basildon

 

LINCOLNSHIRE

Grantham Margaret Thatchers home town

Olde Barn Hotel

The Olde Barn is a pleasant mixture of old world charm with modern facilities. Accommodation is comprised of 56 bedrooms, each tastefully decorated and equipped with the facilities required to ensure a comfortable and restful stay. The rooms are of double and twin size with en-suite facilities, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and trouser press.

Lincoln - High on the hill the towers of Lincoln Cathedral can been see for miles.It was formerly known as Lindum a significant Roman town on the Fosse Way and has almost continually been an important and privileged town. The upper town is a maze of charming steep streets and it is here where the castle, the cathedral and the Roman remains are to be found. Accommodation below

Willoughby Arms Inn

Luxurious Inn, serving traditional food, close to the Cathedral City of Lincoln. An upmarket, family-run Inn, we boast a cosy lounge/bar area, and also serve traditional meals. Situated around 10 miles from the Cathedral City of Lincoln, 10 miles from Grantham and 6 miles from Newark with its popular antiques fair, we offer a perfect holiday base.

CAMPING - Coral Beach Leisure

Skegness 872 402

White Cat Caravan Park

Boston 70121

Yarwell Mill Caravan Park

Spalding 761 690

Cambridgeshire

Cambridge - On the river Cam, peeping forth out of England's fen country, is the little city of Cambridge full of ancient, world famous colleges. The atmosphere in town is almost painfully brainy, but also fascinating. These university kids obviously have a future - they'll be helping shape the economies of the world and the start of the univeristy is generally acknowledged to be 1209, although the first college, Peterhouse, was founded in 1284 by the Bishop of Ely. Most of the colleges face onto the river Cam and a boat ride (normally a haphazardly navigated and overcrowded punt) is probably the best way to see it. - accommodation below

Arbury lodge is a comfortable family run guest house. And due to the excellent service, good home cooking, cleanliness and friendly atmosphere we hope you will enjoy a pleasant stay with us. Doubles £60

 

Cambridgeshire Moat House

Situated only 6 miles outside Cambridge, a wonderful conference type hotel. 134 bedroomed boasts a variety of unique features. The 18-hole championship golf course. Doubles £40

Brooklands Guest House

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this small but highly recommended Guest House. In the morning there is a choice of breakfast, full English being the favourite. 3 star doubles £65, singles £45

Centennial Hotel

The Centennial Hotel is friendly and family run, offering home comforts to both business traveller and tourist alike. Close to the Railway Station, 10-15 minute walk from City Centre & on main bus routes. Free car parking.

CAMPSITES and CARAVAN PARKS -

Highfield Farm Camping Park

Near Cambridge

01223 262308

 

Houghton Mill Camping Park

St Ives

462413

Peterborough

Butterfly Hotel &endash;Peterborough

This purpose-built hotel offers a unique combination of comfort, good food, friendly service and excellent value.

3 star doubles £50

 

Charlotte House Hotel

A splendid old Victorian Listed building, 10 minutes stroll from the town-centre. Just 5-10 minutes by car from the train and coach station, 10 minutes from the A1 motorway.

 

Queensgate Hotel

The Queensgate Hotel offers the comfort & personal service of a country hotel in the heart of the city of Peterborough With modern facilities and quality furnishings all rooms are equipped to a superb standard. Doubles £45

CAMPSITES

Northey Lodge

Peterborough

01733 223918

ELY - a great unsung town of Britain with its magnificent cathedral that dominates Fenland for miles around

Nyton Hotel

Quiet family hotel, situated in residential road just off the A10. Only 10 minutes walk from the Cathederal and City Centre. The railway station is just a 15 minute walk.

 

SUFFOLK

Bury St Edmunds - many fine 17c buildings

Butterfly Bury St Edmunds

Situated on the edge of this charming old town at the "Crossroads of East Anglia" Leisure travellers will also appreciate the close proximity of Cambridge, Ely and Newmarket. 3 star Doubles £50

Six Bells Inn

The Six Bells is a perfect country escape set on the edge of the village green. Totally surrounded by countryside, it offers total peace and tranquillity, great food and a country atmosphere.

The Grange Hotel

The hotel is set in its own secluded gardens amidst open countryside and offers a warm, friendly and relaxed atmospher We have five chefs preparing fresh food for the Garden Restaurant and the more formal Adam Room.

IPSWICH - was a prosperous port from medieval times until the 17c. and was granted its first charter by King John in 1200... more accom below

CARLTON

A family run Hotel with it's own car park. A stones throw away from the Town Centre. Conveniently located for Museums, Theatres, Entertainment, Eating Out and the Suffolk College.

Golden Lion Hotel

16th Century Town Centre Hotel with character located in the middle of developing Ipswich Town. Located on the main Town Centre Square in Ipswich, with private car park. New in December 2002 Mizu Noodle Bar.

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