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All reviews mayflower suite fish kesgrave hall scottish lady main building first floor complimentary soft drinks mussels no elevator waiting staff watch the world deluxe room dressed crab lovely hotel duck staff could not have been more staff were attentive
Stayed for the third year in a row for the Shanty Festival. Lovely public areas, but the rooms are starting to look at little tired. Nice breakfast, made even better by Caroline, the waitress. What a lovely lady, and such an asset to the hotel....More
Jack is Incredibly knowledgeable on the qualities & flavours found amongst the wide selection of gins available at The Pier; of which we enjoyed a flight of 4 as part of our weekend package which was excellent value & included a 3 course dinner, bed...More
Very nice visit staff always very helpful and friendly. Food was excellent and very well presented. My only complaint would be that when they did the refurbishment they had put the restaurant on the ground floor, there were several people having quite a lot of...More
Excellent all around ...very clean, stylishly remodeled but keeping with the mood and history, great service and pleasant staff, great location and views. The whole of Harwich is looking a bit shabby, but there are interesting things to see. The food is very good. I...More
I spent a day here with a colleague in the downstairs restaurant working while waiting for a Ferry departure.
All the rooms were booked but we were invited to make use of the restaurant to get some work done. Staff were friendly and attentive but...More
The Pier is situated in the heart of Harwich old town over looking the harbour and the confluence of the Stour and Orwell estuaries. The hotel has 14 bedrooms, several looking out over the coast (a stay in the …MoreMayflower suite is a must). Dine in the restaurant on the first floor with great views, enjoy fresh local seafood landed in the harbour opposite; in the summer (or if its warm enough) there are tables on the balcony which enables you to really savour your surroundings. Worth mentioning are the fabulous sunsets along the river Stour. The restaurant is open from 12 noon with the full menu available until the evening, there's also no need to book but call if you'd prefer to reserve a table. On the ground floor, you'll find the NAVYÄRD bar and terrace, famous for its gin library of 140 gins. The bar is open all day and serves breakfast and light lunch and in the evening is a popular meeting place. Less
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