Gorgeous chique apartment in grand historic listed building built in 1865, previously the Great Eastern Railyway Hotel.
This flat has a wonderful fresh modern feel and boasts 12 foot high ceilings. It's in the prime location for exploring Harwich and the local area, with local boat trips on your doorstep as well as ferries to Holland.
Enjoy the 55 inch Samsung ultra HD Television with a DVD collection.
Double bed in master, single bed and sofa bed in lounge. Brand new hot water boiler Jan 19
Park in the back and write in your car details in the visitor book in the lobby.
There's lots to see around Harwich and Dovercourt:
Stunning Milson Hotels Pier restaurant is literally next door
Thai At the Quay (Tripadvisor 5*)
1 Eastgate Street, CO12 3EZ 01255 554532
The Alma Inn and Dining Rooms
25 Kings Head Street CO12 3EE 01255 318681
Local sites below:
Queen Victoria Statue - Life-size figure of
Queen Victoria (1837-1901) formed in white
carrara marble standing on granite plinth
erected in 1904 in a prominent seafront
position looking towards Dovercourt Town
Cliff Park - Situated on the seafront and just
a few minutes walk from Dovercourt Town Centre, the grounds contain mature trees and formal gardens, a play area, the bandstand, seating areas and great views out across Dovercourt Bay.
Mayor’s Garden - Restful public garden, containing shrubs and trees and featuring colourful floral beds during the summer.
Redoubt Fort - Napoleonic circular fort and moat built between 1808 and 1810 to protect the port of Harwich against the threat of invasion. It houses old artillery pieces and period exhibits.
High Lighthouse - Built in 1818 by John Rennie to
replace a light over the Town Gate. This and the Low Lighthouse provided a transit line to guide ships safely into Harwich harbour. It also marks the end of ‘The Essex Way’, an 82 mile walking route through the Essex countryside.
Ha’penny Pier - A great vantage point to view the harbour and waterfront buildings. Its name originates from the 1/2d (half an old penny) toll charged when the pier opened in 1853. The Visitor/ Information Centre (seasonal opening times) on the pier also houses an exhibition recording the voyages of Christopher Jones & Christopher Newport to the New World.
Lightship LV18 - The last manned light ship in the UK, now moored permanently near the Ha’penny Pier as a Museum Ship, that welcomes visitors to tour the vessel and view its exhibits including Pirate Radio Station memorabilia.
Lifeboats - The Harwich Lifeboat Station of the RNLI has two modern lifeboats which are a key rescue service for North Sea seafarers. Visitors are welcome to view the inshore boat housed in the building and the offshore lifeboat can be seen afloat on the waterfront.
Navyard - In former times this commercial dock was a Naval Yard. Numerous wooden warships were built on the site for the Royal Navy during the time of Samuel Pepys and Nelson. On the frontage you can view the original 1666 Dockyard Bell and the list of fighting ships built here.
Street Murals - Stroll along Wellington Street to view a colourful range of street murals on buildings and walls, including barges, ships, local features and seaside postcards.
Electric Palace Cinema - Built in 1911, it is one of the oldest operational cinemas in the UK, with a glorious front facade, traditional interior and great film programmes.
St Nicholas Church - This graceful Church was built in 1822. Its simple neo-Gothic style incorporates slender iron columns, a wonderful organ and interesting monuments to seafarers. Designed to seat 1,500 people, it is the largest Church in the District. It is often open to visitors.
The Guildhall - The town’s only Grade I
Listed Building, it houses the Town Council
Chamber and a prison cell with ship
carvings dating back to Napoleonic times.
Mayflower Project - Work is underway
to construct a replica of the Mayflower
– the ship that took the Pilgrim Fathers to
America in 1620. It has a public viewing area.
Lifeboat Museum - The attractive old Lifeboat
station on the waterfront now houses the “Valentine Wyndham-Quin”, an offshore lifeboat which was in service between 1968 -1984, and other exhibits.
Treadwheel Crane - A rare historic
crane built in 1667, used at the Naval Yard, moved to its present site on Harwich Green in about 1932. The crane was worked by men walking in the interior of two large wheels to raise and lower goods and materials.
Low Lighthouse Museum - Built in 1818 as the forward of two transit light houses, it now houses a maritime museum and is a great vantage point to view the harbour from the lantern.
Children’s Playgrounds - In Dovercourt play equipment for children situated in parks adjacent to the seafront
The Dovercourt indoor heated
swimming pool is open to the public throughout the
The Dovercourt Low Road leisure area, adjacent to the beach and seafront promenade, provides a range of facilities including a boating lake, skate park, putting green and tennis courts.
Typ av rum
Eget hus/egen lgh
Typ av boende
Essex, England, Storbritannien