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    10 13 reviews

    Layer-de-la-Haye, near Colchester , Essex

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    Wifi Car parking on site Rural Location Barbecue Enclosed Garden / Patio Detached Property Garden / Patio
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Explore Essex

With the longest coastline in Britain, a day by the seaside is a must when on holiday in Essex. Traditional seaside fun for the whole family. Impressive piers, crabbing, kitesurfing and fishing.
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Luxury Cottages in Essex

We have some fabulous luxury cottages in Essex, perfect for exploring this wonderful county. Apart from the sweeping panoramas, big skies and far reaching views, there are hundreds of miles of coastline, some lovely beaches and stunning marshland. With beautiful countryside and great access to London, taking one of our cottages in Essex means you get the best of both worlds.

The gently rolling farmland and constantly changing vistas make this county a wonderful area to visit. Our countryside cottages in Essex provide a superb rural base for exploring this great holiday location. Or if you like to be beside the seaside, you could enjoy coastal cottages. Couples seeking a perfect place to rest and relax will fall in love with our romantic cottages in Essex. With large properties, hot tub cottages and more, there’s plenty of choice for a perfect break.

Things to Do in Essex

Essex has so much to offer and is so close to London! Hop on the train and be in the most gorgeous countryside in less than an hour. With historic houses such as Audley End House & Gardens in Saffron Walden, Colchester Castle and the RHS Garden at Hyde Hall, Essex has plenty of hidden gems.

If you love a bit of action, then cycling through Constable Country and stopping off at Dedham Vale where John Constable painted some of his most famous works of art, would be a dream trip. If you love wildlife, you can take a boat from Burnham-on-Crouch to Wallasea Island where one of the largest wetland reserves in Europe is in the process of being created. The River Crouch is close enough to the North Sea to be tidal which means there’s a rich diversity of wildlife.

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