Adelaide Guest House Clacton-on-Sea - A warm, friendly welcome awaits you...
Built in 1891, Adelaide Guesthouse is a very recently modernised and refurbished Victorian town house built on an historic site and situated in a quiet neighbourhood but only two minutes' walk from Clacton town centre. The guesthouse is family run, impeccably clean and beautifully furnished, with a lovely garden complete with fish pond and waterfall. The accommodation is ideal for professional people and families, either on holidays or on business trips, and is very convenient for transport to London.
Clacton-on-Sea is a popular seaside town near Colchester, England's oldest town, where King Arthur's Court is said to have been situated. In addition to the many historic landmarks, picturesque villages and beautiful country walks in the area, there is a full and varied range of local amenities and attractions in Clacton itself, including the nearby beach and Clacton's famous pier, pubs and nightclubs, water sports and leisure centres, theatres, cinemas, restaurants and a wide variety of shops and supermarkets.
Adelaide Guesthouse is open all year, including Christmas, New Year's Day and public holidays.
Whether you prefer the beauties of the unspoilt countryside and coastline, or would rather spend your days and evenings clubbing, pubbing or participating in sporting activities, or if you are looking for entertainment and activities to keep your children happy and occupied, there are things to see and do in and around Clacton for every taste and age group. Below are some of the local highlights.
Beach: golden sand, safe swimming -5 minutes' walk from guesthouse.
Pier: with sealife centre, seasonal fair rides, amusement arcade and new attraction - the Millennium Ghost Train - 5 minutes' walk.
West Cliff Theatre: featuring the famous family Summer Review Show.
Princes Theatre: star performances all year round.
Cinema: all the latest releases, matinees and evenings.
Leisure Centre: with swimming pool, fitness centre, sports halls, solarium, meeting room, bar, all weather pitch, tennis courts, multi courts and adventure playground.
Nightclubs: Choose from two popular venues.
Pubs: A wide variety of traditional and theme pubs with food, live music, karaoke and other entertainment.
Watersports: At Martello bay: jetskiing and other exciting water activities - 10 minutes' walk from guesthouse.
Restaurants: Offering a broad range of English and international cuisine.
Shops: From gift and curio shops to supermarkets and superstores at the Waterglade Retail Park, all within easy walking distance of the guesthouse, plus Clacton Common Shopping Village (bus available from town centre).
Markets: Open on Tuesday and Saturday, plus regular car boot sales.
:: Other local attractions:
Colchester: England's oldest town, featuring Colchester Castle and museum, Zoo, historic churches, High Woods Country Park, Go Bananas - indoor adventure playcentre for children, Indikart Indoor Karting, Rollerworld and Quasar, Hollytrees toy, costume and decorative arts museum, Natural History Museum, Tymperlys Clock Museum, The Minories art gallery and walled garden, Leisure World with water flumes, fitness centre, aqua springs, sports hall and squash courts. 30 minutes' drive or easy train or bus journey direct from Clacton (approx. 17 miles).
Harwich: featuring the Harwich Maritime Trail.
Frinton-on-Sea: safe, clean sandy beaches, tidy beach huts, golf, tennis, cricket and shops.
Walton-on-the-Naze: with a famous pier (2nd longest in England), birdwatching on the Naze Cliffs, beaches and shops.
Holland Haven Country Park: over 100 acres of unspoilt scenic coastline with public footpaths for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Brightlingsea: a maritime heritage town.
Mistley: gateway to 'Constable Country' and featuring Mistley Place Park Environmental and Animal Rescue Centre (25 acres of parkland, over 2,000 rescued animals, pony rides and country walks) and Mistley Quay Workshops featuring many traditional local crafts and trades.
St. Osyth: Picturesque village featuring historic priory.
The capital is within easy reach: there are regular trains from Clacton Station, which is a five-minute walk from Adelaide Guesthouse. The journey takes approximately one hour and terminates at Liverpool Street Station in the centre of London. Coaches to London may be boarded in Clacton town centre, or for those with their own transport London is approximately 80 miles' drive via the A133 and the A12.
As well as Clacton mainline station, which is a five-minute walk from Adelaide Guesthouse, Clacton-on-Sea is amply provided with buses to local towns and villages and a regular and very reasonably priced coach service to destinations such as Colchester, London and Lakeside Shopping Centre. Licensed taxicabs are also readily available.
All prices are inclusive of:
Bed (all rooms have en-suite shower, washbasin and W.C.),
Full English breakfast (full fried breakfast plus cereal, toast, tea and coffee),
Tea, coffee, milk, sugar and use of kettle provided in room,
Television viewing in room,
All heating, hot water, towels, linen and soap.
Drinks from licensed bar.
Adelaide Guest House - Clacton-on-Sea - Essex
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