A warm and friendly welcome awaits you

Essex offers a wide selection of places to stay to satisfy every taste and budget. They range from cosy self-catering cottages to traditional bed & breakfasts, luxury hotels for a romantic getaway to great mid-priced hotels which are perfect for the bargain hunter who still wants something a bit special. We also offer a range of great value holiday accommodation, perfect for family breaks or those travelling on a budget, including campsites and holiday parks. Please book your accommodation directly with the provider.

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Hotels and B&Bs

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From budget motels to luxury hotels, close to the action in the middle of town or in a more quiet location - the choice is yours.
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From friendly rural farmhouses, quaint cottages and traditional B&Bs, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you.

Self-catering cottages and holiday parks

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Relax in the rural surroundings of a traditional barn or country cottage and soak in the peace of the countryside.
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Whether you choose a holiday park with lots of fun facilities for the whole family or a luxury caravan, you'll find a great choice in Essex.

Explore our county

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Discover Essex’s creative spaces. They come in all shapes and sizes and are crammed with artistic treasures, from international names to emerging local artists.
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Explore our 350 miles of coastline, the longest shoreline of any county in England, a place of surprising wild beauty, rich in wildlife and sprinkled with history and hidden cultural gems.

Essex’s history has been shaped by a wide variety of cultures. Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Normans – all left their mark. Echoes of their influence can still be seen today.
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A scenic patchwork of rich farmland speckled with pastelwashed villages of thatch and timber, the views interrupted by mighty oaks and ashes presided over by the hurrying skies.