Essex: Standard Double or Twin Room for Two with Breakfast and Leisure Access at 4* Best Western Marks Tey
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Essex: Standard Double or Twin Room for Two with Breakfast and Leisure Access at 4* Best Western Marks Tey @ Best Western Marks Tey

Due to the current health crisis, please check the current measures before any purchaseThe HotelLocated 3.3 miles from Colchester Zoo and 7 miles from Colchester Castle, the four-star Best Western Marks Tey makes for an ideal base for exploring the local area.The rooms are kitted out with en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, desks, and tea- and coffee-making facilities.Appetites are catered for at the on-site a restaurant, while the bar keeps thirsts under control.Guests can stay active using the gym equipment or doing a few laps in the 15-metre swimming pool, while relaxation can be enjoyed in the steam and sauna room.Room DetailsStandard Double or Twin Room Standard occupancy: two adults Maximum occupancy: two adultsGroupon’s Guide To EssexA host of Grade I- and II-listed buildings offer the base for heritage tourism in Essex, including landmarks like the 7th-century Chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall in Bradwell-on-Sea, the Hedingham Castle in Braintree District and the Norman-style Colchester Castle. On top of the approximately 1400 landmarks of historic interest, Essex also boasts a number of unique highlights.The county is thus home to Finchingfield, the quintessentially British village, deemed one of the most beautiful rural hubs of England, and to Great Bentley in the Tendring district, boasting the second largest village green nationwide. Countryside sceneries are complemented by coastal expanses and seascapes, with destinations such as Frinton-on-Sea, Clacton-on-Sea and Mersea Island catering for visitors interested in beach tourism and water sports.Nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts can head for the wetlands of Abberton Reservoir or for the ancient woodland of Epping Forest. Further pursuits are occasioned by Saffron Walden, a one-of-a-kind blend of rural charm and medieval features, and by the modern-day Lakeside Shopping Centre in West Thurrock, a gargantuan 2600000 square feet shopping centre and one of the largest in Europe.

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