Hadleigh Castle
  • Hadleigh Castle
  • Hadleigh-Castle
  • Hadleigh Castle
  • Hadleigh Castle
  • Hadleigh Castle

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Familiar from Constable's painting, the castle stands on a bluff overlooking the Leigh Marshes and Thames estuary with a single, large 50ft tower with a 2nd tower and curtain walls about up to their full height.

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  • English Heritage Property
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      At Hadleigh south of A13 between Basildon and Southend.  

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      The nearest railway station is Leigh-on-Sea, which is 1 mile away.

      Hadleigh Castle

      Type:Castle

      Castle Lane, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 2AP

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      What's Nearby

      1. Hadleigh Park offers something to everyone, it is both beautiful and diverse with one of…

        0.61 miles away
      2. Belfairs Woodland Centre introduces visitors to the 1160-acre Living Landscape, a third…

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      3. Nestled in Leigh-on-Sea`s Old Town, its a beautiful spot to watch the fishing boats…

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      4. Leigh Heritage Centre

        Museum with photographic display of the history of Leigh-on-Sea, and fully restored…

        2.17 miles away
      1. Awarded a Seaside Award for 2020.

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      3. A park with beautiful ornamental gardens, colourful bedding displays, an environmental…

        2.93 miles away
      4. The tiny octagonal cottage based on the design of the 17th century Dutch settlers must be…

        2.94 miles away
      5. METAL provide innovative, multi-disciplinary residency space for artists from the UK and…

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      11. Focal Point Gallery supports the production and presentation of new and recent…

        4.33 miles away
      12. The Beecroft Art Gallery holds over 2000 works of art ranging from 17th century Dutch…

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