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The Lion

Modern British13.7 miles Honey Tye Leavenheath CO6 4NX

When driving through the countryside between Colchester and Sudbury, keep your eyes peeled for The Lion in Honey Tye, which dates back to 1869. On arrival, we were met with a hubbub of conversation and a lovely warm ambience - we couldn't wait to see the menu. To whet our appetites, I picked the gin-cured ocean trout with picked cra...

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Harry’s Bar & Restaurant

Bar-Restaurant13.7 miles High Street Thorpe-le-Soken CO16 0EA

Harry’s Bar & Restaurant is the quintessential modern Essex eatery, a place where late-night sophistication can be seen in full swing. Situated between the breathtaking coastline of Frinton and the open countryside of Essex, Harry’s has established itself as a choice destination in the local area.
While the venue pr...

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Rose & Crown

Modern British13.8 miles Nayland Road Great Horkesley CO6 4AH

It is safe to say that Perry Wilson, owner of the Rose & Crown in Great Horkesley, has succeeded in his aim to offer fantastic drink and top-quality food in homely, laid-back surroundings. Situated just two miles from Nayland, close to the Suffolk border, the rural setting and pretty backdrop of the Rose & Crown set the scen...

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Table Table - Bowling Green - Clacton-on-Sea

British13.8 miles Crown Green Roundabout, Colchester Road Tendring CO16 9AD

Using seasonal ingredients, Bowling Green boasts a menu of traditional pub dishes. Varied sharing platters are served alongside tempting nibbles and British favourites. Hearty breakfasts are also available for early risers, while sensational desserts bring something sweet to the Bowling Green menu. Enjoy a glass of flavoursome wine o...

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The Six Bells

Traditional13.8 miles The Street CO10 9NG

Located on a winding, leafy road in the quaint village of Preston St Mary, the red brickwork of The Six Bells catches the eye and invites people into the community hub. Returning locals can vouch for the quality of the food and the charm of the cosy interior and beautiful garden, while travellers from further afield can rest up i...

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The Beth Chatto Gardens

Tearoom13.8 miles Clacton Road Elmstead Market CO7 7DB

Beth Chatto is a renowned British gardener, a 10-time Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winner who has written many infl uential gardening books. She’s now in her 94th year, and her beautiful gardens are a must-visit for keen gardeners and those looking for a pleasant day out in the fresh air. The on-site tearoom was built in 2006,...

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The Crown Framlingham

British14.1 miles Market Hill IP13 9AP

A charming gastro pub in the idyllic market town of Framlingham, The Crown is a much loved cornerstone of the community. A seasonal British menu is served, and guests can enjoy the cosy interior with crackling log fires, or head outdoors to the al fresco area when the sun shines.

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Lifehouse

Modern European14.2 miles Frinton Road CO16 0JD

Located within the Lifehouse Spa & Hotel and surrounded by 130 acres of beautiful gardens and parklands, the Lifehouse restaurant is a truly wonderful place to relax and enjoy some remarkable food. Whether you choose to visit for lunch, perhaps as part of a spa day when dining is a very relaxed, casual affair, or whether you c...

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The Red Lion

British14.3 miles 32 The Street Kirby-le-Soken CO13 0EF

Kirby-le-Soken is a comely village filled with idyllic views and historic architecture, and this 14th-century inn is at the heart of the community, serving fantastic food and award-winning ales. While the overall feel is that of a familiar British tavern, the inside space is finished with personal touches. Slate chalk boards list ...

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The Ship

Traditional14.6 miles Walton Road CO13 0DT

A warm welcome and delicious food await you at The Ship, a 17th-century pub that’s full of rustic charm. The large enclosed beer garden is the place to be in summer, as you can lounge in the sun while nursing a pint of real ale or cider. Unwind in the dining room when the nights draw in – the low ceilings, exposed beams and vi...

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The Dog & Pheasant

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.8 miles 24 Nayland Road Mile End CO4 5EG

On the night we visited this welcoming restaurant, the buzz of conversation interweaved with ambient music. The Dog and Pheasant's appeal is down to a combination of factors: a beer garden, children's play area, great team of staff and collection of varied dishes, available all day. The menu is extensive with good-quality food at re...

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The Tudor Bar and Brasserie

Modern British15.1 miles Best Western Rose & Crown Hotel East Street CO1 2TZ

What could be better than enjoying a superb meal at the oldest hotel in England's oldest recorded town? This was my principal thought whilst dining at Best Western Rose & Crown's Tudor Bar and Brasserie - a fascinating venue with many facets, not least its menu. Head chef Tony Porter has devised a wide range of classic dishes wi...

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Wivenhoe House

Brasserie15.1 miles Wivenhoe Park CO4 3SQ

Offering a winning combination of relaxed, convivial surroundings, excellent food and first-class service, The Brasserie at Wivenhoe House hotel is vastly popular with those staying in the area, and with long-standing locals. Inspired by the lively brasseries of Paris, the restaurant was refurbished in autumn 2017 and is now looki...

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The Old Siege House

Modern European15.2 miles 75 East Street CO1 2TS

Gaining its name from the siege of Colchester in 1648, this historic building has withstood its fair share of adversity. Bullet holes can still be seen in the timber frame from the fighting that occurred nearby, while the interior boasts original oak panels, fireplaces, tiles and beautiful stained-glass windows. Affordable luxury is...

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The Bath House

Traditional15.2 miles Princes Esplanade CO14 8PZ

Since David Green took over The Bath House in 1990, the pub has gone from strength to strength. David and his partner Lenka pride themselves on making guests feel at home as soon as they walk through the door, and it’s this relaxing, family-friendly atmosphere – in addition to the delicious British fare – that has kept diner...

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