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The Red Lion

Traditional0.2 miles Clacton Road CO7 8EX

You’ll find The Red Lion tucked away in the village of Thorrington – an historic hamlet that boasts a medieval church, stunning surroundings and is even mentioned in the Domesday Book. This beautiful pub has been a fixture here for many years, and is now run by a local farming family who are eager to share their passion for wh...

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The Creek

British1.9 miles Flag Hill CO7 8RE

The Creek, which takes its name from the nearby stunning Flag Creek, is a cosy restaurant and bar set in a beautiful Grade II listed 17th-century building. The warm and inviting atmosphere allows diners to enjoy the simple but perfectly prepared cuisine in comfortable surrounds. Dishes benefit from the use of locally sourced produ...

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The Rosebud Pub

Seafood2.2 miles 66 Hurst Green CO7 0EH

It wasn’t just the heat from the roaring log fire that exuded warmth as I stepped over the threshold of The Rosebud; I felt the friendliness and homeliness of this local pub and restaurant immediately. Owners Tom and Sarah work tirelessly to create a home-from-home atmosphere, and given the number of regulars, this has obviously...

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The Brewers Arms

Traditional2.2 miles 1 Victoria Place CO7 0BX

A warm welcome awaits you at The Brewers Arms, a thriving community pub in the heart of Brightlingsea. Upon arrival the first thing you’ll notice is the relaxed and friendly atmosphere and traditional pub decor. There’s also ample outside seating so you can make the most of the rare British sunshine. As the weather cools down ...

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The Snooty Fox

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.3 miles Frating Road CO7 7JW

Roaring fireplaces and staff who greet visitors like friends ensure a warm atmosphere at the tastefully refurbished Snooty Fox. Should you visit during the summer, the stylish decking offers a lovely setting for alfresco dining - and you'll dine like a king thanks to the head chef's carefully thought-out and affordable menu. My comp...

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The White Rose

Traditional2.3 miles Frating Road CO7 7JW

Nestled in the idyllic Essex countryside in the quaint village of Great Bromley, The White Rose offers delicious locally sourced and freshly cooked food, within a comfortable and homely setting. Exposed beams and flagstone floors afford The White Rose an authentic charm, and the combination of enticing furnishings indoors and ampl...

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Table Table - Bowling Green - Clacton-on-Sea

British2.9 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 Beth Chatto Gardens

Tearoom3 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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Dukes Bistro

British3.3 miles 9 Clacton Street CO16 8PA

Whether you're after a light snack with a hot beverage, a scrumptious meal or an indulgent afternoon tea, Dukes Bistro can more than deliver. Ingredients are sourced from local suppliers and the menus change regularly to accommodate the season's harvest. The menus are extensive, offering something to suit all palates. Cakes are home...

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The Black Boy

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.5 miles Thorpe Road Weeley CO16 9JJ

The Black Boy at Weeley, near Clacton-on-Sea, is an attractive inn brimming with olde-worlde charm. The quaint pub, conveniently situated on the main road, offers ample parking and two good-sized restaurants with room for 60 guests. When we arrived, we were greeted by the pleasant staff, who were helpful and accommodating throughout...

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The Black Buoy

Traditional3.6 miles Black Buoy Hill CO7 9BS

The Black Buoy is a 300-year-old inn located a short stroll from the River Colne. The pub was purchased by a local consortium in 2013, who completely restored the venue and reopened it as a free house. Behind its quaint brick frontage, you’ll find a warm welcome and characterful setting with roaring fires, beamed ceilings, woo...

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The Bake House

Modern British3.6 miles 5 High Street Wivenhoe CO7 9BJ

The 15th-century building housing The Bake House is steeped in history, having enjoyed a stint as the police station and jail and, perhaps more famously, as the village bakery. The charred beams where the bread ovens once sat are still visible, with some beams dating back to 1437. Today, it's a well-known gem of a place where the...

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Valentinos

Italian3.6 miles 11 High Street Wivenhoe CO7 9BE

Right in the heart of Wivenhoe is a little piece of Italy that is going down a storm with locals and commuters alike. Valentinos offers the very best in authentic, fresh Italian food and is always full of happy diners. We chose the delicious antipasto all'Italiana for our starter, along with some tasty garlic bread. To follow, w...

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The Greyhound

Traditional3.6 miles 62 High Street CO7 9AZ

Head to the lovely fishing town of Wivenhoe and seek out The Greyhound, a fantastic family-run pub that serves delicious home-cooked food from lunch through to dinner. This delightful establishment has bags of charm, and is the perfect bolthole all year round. In winter guests can snuggle up by the wood-burner with a smooth glass ...

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The Anchor

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.1 miles High Street Rowhedge CO5 7ES

There's no denying that The Anchor is a wonderful pub. Set on the banks of the Colne river with its own moorings, the restaurant offers stunning views all year round. Oystercatchers, curlews, great crested grebe and cormorants are some of the variety of birds that can be seen from the conservatory and terrace. The pub is warm and...

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