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Park Hall

Park Chase St. Osyth, Clacton-on-Sea CO16 8HG England
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Situated in the village of St. Osyth, close to Clacton-on-Sea, Park Hall offers romantic breaks, short break stays and family holidays in delightful holiday cottages and the romantic suites of Park Hall. Nestled in the beautiful gardens of this former 14th century monastery Park Hall has three delightful oak beamed cottages and two garden suites all individually and lovingly created. You can choose to stay in self-catering accommodation or fully serviced with Park Hall's award winning breakfasts each morning. With their many accolades and their 5 star Gold award from Visit Britain Park Hall is perfect for romance and will delight all garden lovers with extensive individual gardens and woodland walks to explore leading down to a magnificent lily lake teaming with wildlife. Families love it too at Park Hall; there is so much to see and do. Experience the wonderful extensive countryside at Park Hall with fabulous beaches close at hand, and enjoy the many rural pursuits on offer including clay-pigeon shooting, archery, golf and coarse fishing and benefit from Park Hall's pampering with special spa relaxation treatments.
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Paul Palmer wrote a review Oct 2012
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom80 contributions66 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My partner and I stayed at Park Hall at the end of July to mark our 1 year anniversary, having stayed there the previous year for the weekend immediately after our wedding by way of a mini-honeymoon. Just like our first visit, our stay was simply wonderful.

Long before arrival as part of the booking process, Trish emails you a plethora of information, including a copy of your booking request, directions, a list of spa treatments & activities available, and most useful a list of nearby restaurants and phone numbers. She also ascertains your time of arrival.

Being our anniversary, we booked the "Romantic Couples" package and opted for the Abbot's Room.

The house is at the end of a long country lane off of the main road. On arrival, Trish greeted us warmly, and led us upstairs to our room. It was simply stunning in blood red & black materials with oak beams & furniture. The four poster bed was particularly impressive.

Park Hall is a country house having been converted from a monastery, so it carries some history as well as its current beauty. Trish started out by telling us some of the history and pointing to some of the bulding's original features - this was a nice touch.

She then explained what she referred to as "home comforts", as these are the things she likes to have when away from home. These included the housekeeper's cake of the day which was presented under a glass cloche and replenished each time the room was serviced. During our stay, this alternated between apple & cinnamon and coffee & walnut - yum! Additionally, there was also a good quality bottle of red wine, and a decanter filled with sherry. All of the above was included in the price!!

The breakfast was then explained... a tick list of the different breakfast options available which simply needed filling out and placing on the dining room table by early evening to allow them time to prepare for the next morning. There were a lot of options and you get to choose both hot and cold items, e.g. cereal/muesli, fruit juice, full english/eggs benedict, tea/coffee, toast. The list was pretty extensive.

One final question, and perhaps the most important... when & where would we like the champagne? Now this is one of my favourite questons. As part of the package we'd chosen, an afternoon tea was included along with a bottle of champagne - and this is why Trish wanted to know our arrival time in advance, so it could be ready. We opted to have this in the front room downstairs. The offering included a decent selection of finger sandwiches along with more of the aforementioned cake, and of course the champagne.

Afterwards, we relaxed in the room and explored what else was on offer. In the wardrobe, we found a mini-fridge containing a pint of milk, some chilled chocolate biscuits (club, kitkat, etc) bottled water (still & sparkling), a kettle and 2 fluffy white bathrobes. In a cupboard, we found a Whittard tea selection case, some packets of crisps and a caffetiere. On the dressing table was a wooden caddy containing a selection of hot chocolate drinks of varied flavours and coffee sachets. There was also a beautiful Versace tea set which we were almost too scared to use for fear of breaking it.

The room also comes equipped with a small flat-screen TV, a DVD player embedded into an oak beam, and next to the bed is a CD player too. There's even a selection of DVDs & CDs to work your way through. The bathroom was extremely well stocked with everything you could possibly need on a short break, with full sized bottles of everything, rather than those tiddly little bottles you find everywhere else.

We then explored the sprawling grounds. There's a very impressive ornate garden near to the house with beautiful plants & flowers and a selection of sculptures scattered around. The grounds include some animal pens with horses, donkeys and chickens. There are also a number of peacocks roaming around. These may or may not wake you up early in the morning depending on how well you sleep. We travel everywhere with earplugs, so wasn't really a problem for us.

The next morning, we got to experience the breakfast. We were sat at a table for two in the front room surrounded by all the paintings & ornaments that adorn the walls & shelves. There's a wave radio gently piping in relaxing music thorughout service, and we were the only ones in the room. On the table were jars of the cereal, muesli, fruit & nuts we'd specified on our order sheet along with the fruit juice and water we'd asked for. Monica (the housekeeper) came in and greeted us and offered tea & coffee. The coffee is Nespresso and presented as a range of "bullets" in a wooden case so you can choose your favourite strength & style.

Soon after the cereals were cleared away, the hot offering arrived. I'd opted for the "Queen's Banquet" which was scrambled eggs, wrapped in smoked salmon, served with grilled vine tomatoes. This was divine. My partner went for the "King's Banquet" (full English) which was also amazing - and even the scrambled eggs & beans had been put into small heart shaped dishes on the plate so as not to mix with anything else!

On the actual date of our anniversary, we followed one Trish's restaurant recommendations for dinner. Franco's (Clacton) is apparently a personal favourite of Trish's, and it was extremely good, excellent quality, and that little bit of romance we were looking for. Great recommendation.

In addition to the package we booked, we opted to upgrade for £50 each to include clay pigeon shooting. The gun club is within the grounds of Park Hall and run by Trish and her family. We received expert tuition (as we'd never handled guns before). The session lasted just over an hour, and we got 25 shots each. We took it in turns of 5 shots at a time, receiving coaching as we went to help us improve. He must've been a very good instructor, as my partner hit 19 out of 25 clays! What an extremely fun afternoon, and well worth the money.

At the end of our stay, we were asked if we wouldn't mind singing the visitor book, which we gladly did, before receiving a warm hug from Trish, and then she stood on the doorstep waving us off as we drove away.

Park Hall has a warmth to it that I can only attribute to our hosts. Without their levels of hospitality and attention to detail, this would be just another boutique hotel. But this is a home from home - and then some! We had the romantic break that we wanted, were spoilt rotten, and were treated with the utmost respect and kindness.

It's for these reasons we hope to return to Park Hall again and again for many more happy memories :-) xx
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Date of stay: July 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The Abbot's room is very opulent and includes every "home comfort" you could hope for.
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David W wrote a review Jul 2012
Stock, United Kingdom260 contributions266 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We have visited here several times, staying in various rooms in the main house. All are lovely with beams, rustic stone walls and antique furniture, plus views of the beautiful grounds.
Trish adds her own special touches, a bottle of wine in the room plus fresh homemade cake, a jug of fresh milk in the fridge, huge choice of tea and coffee, biscuits and box of chocolates.
The breakfast is fantastic, beautiful fruit, fresh squeezed orange juice, a full english if required with local ingredients and eggs laid that morning by the farms own chickens.
Peacocks are everywhere and the farm has chickens, donkeys, ducks, plus a horse and the family dogs.
Many activities are available - fishing lake, clay pigeon shooting and massages and treatments can be arranged.
Clacton is about 10 minutes away by car and we usually book Franco's Italian restaurant - it is deservedly very busy and the food, especially the fish and seafood specials, is excellent.
We would recommend to anyone looking for a top quality B and B for a break in this part of Essex.
Thanks to Trish and Monica for another lovely weekend
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The Deacons Room is huge with beams, stone walls and four poster bed plus french doors leading...
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Stockley12 wrote a review Apr 2015
Felpham, United Kingdom41 contributions37 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Very rarely do you book something online and the photos live up to the reality. Park hall is no exception...the photos, although stunning, don't do this place justice, it is simply breath taking and you just can't capture that in a photo. We stayed for 3 nights in the Carriage house and it is hands down one of the best places I have stayed. You immediately feel like you are at home. We cycled into the local village and to Jeywick beach which again is a stunning little place. On the Saturday we did a clay pigeon shoot which was great fun with Dave our instructor. Neither of us had ever shot before but both did really well under his instruction. We ate at The Creek, which I would highly recommend, food was outstanding and extremely well priced. Phone signal isn't amazing but your on holiday! The only thing I would say is maybe some walking maps in the cottage or a map of the grounds would be nice, these may be available in the main house,we didn't ask as we weren't that fussed and were happy to amble about. I would highly recommend Park Hall to anyone who wanted a holiday set in a stunning setting, I will most certainly be back. The beauty of this place needs to be scene.
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Date of stay: April 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Trish F, Owner at Park Hall
Responded 29 Apr 2015
Thank you both for your great review! I was honoured that you stayed with us to celebrate your 30th birthday and I am delighted that you fell in love with the magic of Park Hall. Clay Pigeon Shooting is great fun and Dave, your coach, said you both did amazingly well at it. I hope you will return one day soon and I will ensure some of our many maps from the main reception area are placed in the cottage ready for you so that you can explore more of our beautiful countryside.
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Dotski177 wrote a review Apr 2012
London, England, United Kingdom2 contributions10 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I can not begin to explain what an unpleasant experience I had with Park Hall cottages, I would not recommend staying here and if you do I would recommend you are VERY careful when it comes to handing over credit card details as I queried the charge for my stay and the owner would not budge and as a result kept my money.

I was quoted based on me staying with my dog in a cottage - my husband decided to join me for the weekend and rather than let me know about any extra charges before I arrived the owner waited until we had travelled for 3 hours to get there only to tell me it would be double the charge if he joined me. She then lied and said that she had emailed me to say that the quote she gave me was per person which turned out to be a complete lie. I got the impression she said it so I would sign the form and agree to put another £170 on my credit card. At 9.30pm on a Friday night after such a long journey I had no choice - I assumed I was being told the truth and that I had made a mistake but it was totally untrue!

When I emailed her to ask why she had lied and that I felt that I had been deliberately mislead she said I should have seen the charges for the cottage on her site and that it was my fault - I was astounded - is this any way to treat a guest staying with you? I offered to pay half as a way of a compromise but she was not interested - she kept all the money.

Not only was the customer service very bad but the cottages are not worth the money that they charge, you arrive and they are lit up like a christmas tree which looks nice but then you remember that you have to pay for electrivity ON TOP of price of the cottage. The rooms are very small and the bathroom was musty - it had an old lilac carpet in it that in my opinion is not very hygenic when you consider how many different people use the bathroom and the toilet.

There were lots of spiders in the bath which wasn't great and the peacocks that roam around are a little off putting as is their poo!

My husband and I stay away a lot and I can honestly say that there are much nicer places out there where I am certain that you get treated much better than we did here.
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Date of stay: April 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Trish F, Owner at Park Hall
Responded 11 Nov 2014
It is unfortunate that hotels occasionally experience guests writing malicious & untrue reviews. On this occasion the guest booked on line a room for single occupancy for three nights. On the day of arrival one guest only came forward to register. Later that evening it was noticed that two guests were occupying the accommodation and this was queried. The rate for double occupancy was eventually paid and both guests enjoyed their three night stay with us. However on their day of departure the guests left without checking out or settling their final account. They also took with them our property which was eventually returned to us but not without considerable effort on our part. On returning our property the guests then demanded a refund of the monies paid for their stay subtly threatening that we should ‘consider the impression that you create with the awards and the reviews that are all over the internet?’ We refused to give in to their threats and subsequently their rather malicious and untrue review appeared on Trip Advisor.
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mads335 wrote a review Mar 2015
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom188 contributions121 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
A group of 8 of us stayed overnight at Park Hall. 4 in 2 rooms in Park Hall and 4 in 2 cottages in the grounds. Upon arrival ( at separate times ) we were greeted warmly by our hostess and shown to our rooms/cottages. Every room/cottage was beautifully decorated and restored with lovely furnishings. Extra touches such as cake, wine, chocolates as well as plush cushions and towels. Plentiful lighting and warm heating as well as lots of plug sockets which sometimes are a problem! Immaculately clean too which I am a bit of a stickler about. The bedroom in particular in The Carriage House is stunning with huge floor to ceiling windows. Many lounges in the main house where we waited for our friends are full of detailed high quality paintings and exquisite furnishings and ornaments. My particular favourite was the half circular holder of quaint walking sticks! Breakfast in the morning was freshly cooked for each one of us, plentiful and extremely leisurely. Plus also our hosts and their staff were not at all intrusive and were friendly and welcoming. Meeting some of the rescue dogs was a treat too. Make sure you have a read of the information book in your room or cottage. Lots of information about the 400 acres of land and all the animals and surroundings, plus local places to visit. This really is a gem of a place, if you like leisurely, luxury, this really is a great base. We have all said we intend to return as thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Can also recommend the pub/restaurant The Creek, recently opened approx 2 miles away. Had a fabulous meal in there.
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Date of stay: March 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Trish F, Owner at Park Hall
Responded 28 Mar 2015
We enjoy reading great reviews and thank you for taking the time to share yours after your recent stay here at Park Hall. It gave us great pleasure to welcome you all to Park Hall and we were delighted that you very much enjoyed your stay and had a wonderful weekend. Our housekeeper takes great pride in ensuring all our accommodation is spotlessly clean and beautifully presented and I will ensure to share your wonderful comments with her too. We very much look forward to welcoming you all once again to Park Hall.
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LizzieAlex wrote a review Jan 2013
Amersham, United Kingdom47 contributions41 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Our family stayed here for five days over Christmas, which cost us over £2000. In addition, we were charged £110 for electricity.

We had no hot water at all over Christmas - that's six adults and a baby unable to have a shower or bath. Comments from the owner (husband) such as "we've never had any problems here in 13 years" upset me. I felt that as we were being polite there was no need to be so defensive (it's a really irritating trait in someone that provides a service!). The wife was apologetic and arranged to have someone fix it (never got to the bottom of it though). It turned out - from the plumber - that in fact two new boilers had only been put in that week.

The tap to switch from bath to shower kept slipping down so that if we did have a (cold) shower, it would have to be half squatting to keep the tap erect! The husband owner fixed this by propping it up with our radox shower cap lid!! Ha.

We booked to go clay pigeon shooting ourselves because it was £10pp cheaper than doing it through the owner. She then called me when she found out and said she doubted whether he had a license, and said she knew of someone in the area but he wasn't highly thought of and that we should be going through her. I thought that highly unprofessional. (For the record, the clay pidgeon shooting was excellent and if you're a beginner Park Hall book through the same guy!).

The village of St Osyth is a god awful dump and the countryside was a bit bleak (although it may look very different in the summer).

The oven door fell off and so we couldn't use it. My poor dad got a huge burn on his arm as a result (the oven never did get fixed).

If it had been up to me I would have demanded compensation for the lack of hot water (especially considering the exorbitant price we paid). However my parents didn't want to make a fuss. The owner let us have the massages for free (three). I would have preferred the money off the room as that would have been more reflective of the true value (I'm sure the masseuse wasn't getting the £50ph we were being charged).

Having said all that, the owner had decorated the living room with a Christmas tree which made the cottage look very warm and cosy. If we had had hot water and it was half the price it was, we would have had a much more pleasant experience. If you're going to charge 5* prices you need a 5* service.

Also you only have to read my one other comment on trip advisor to know that I'm not a miserable person!!
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Date of stay: December 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Izzy wrote a review Oct 2012
London, United Kingdom11 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What can I say about this place! Everything was perfect! Trish gave us both a wonderful warm welcome, and welcomed us into a completely immaculate home, with stunning decor adding to its romantic vibe. The location is PERFECT, looking out on to acres of fields and not another house in sight, yet only a ten minute drive to some fabulous restaurants. The grounds were amazing, with two beautiful lakes, chickens, peackocks etc and a choice of activities including clay pigeon shooting, which have a very good and friendly instructor. Trish, has thought of every last detail when it comes to the bedrooms, when you walk in, it really does take your breath away! With fresh cake baked for our arrival, wine and sherry in the room, a little box of chocolates and snacks for us in the fridge. And as for the shower I could have spent hours in there - it was delicious! The breakfast was incredible, sitting looking out over the grounds with the fire lit and our breakfast cooked to order - I can see why the breakfast has won awards! It really was the best way to start our day. This trip was a surprise for my partner, and I can honestly say that I have been absolutely blown away, I couldn't have asked for it to have gone any better. I will recommend this wonderful retreat to everyone! Thank you again, for a truly perfect weekend! Im sure we will be back again very soon!
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Date of stay: October 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Marcus P wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom2 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Another weekend visit to see the rich Essex countryside and beaches.

Host Trish always warm and welcoming, friendly and helpful. Beautiful cottages in an ideal location

Looking forward to returning soon!
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Date of stay: August 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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pgwswth wrote a review Aug 2018
Kew, United Kingdom134 contributions119 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The reviews of these holiday cottages have been amazingly gushing so maybe its time for a reality check . They are certainly nicely converted farm buildings, furnished to a good standard and offer a comfortable stay. All very clean and only found a couple of dog hairs and no dog smell which is good for a place that welcomes dogs. So it's the standard you would expect of an expensive holiday let. It could be useful to know some practical insights which aren't clear from the website and reviews. We rented the Cart Lodge and Hay Barn - The Hay Barn is actually two additional bedrooms and a bathroom which can be opened up from the Cart Lodge - where the Kitchenette and dining area are. First time I've experienced this, but the owner requires you to hand over £200 in cash on arrival as a 'security housekeeping deposit'. So you have to make a trip to a cash machine before you arrive but this system just made us feel a little uneasy through the stay. Also, unusually, electricity isn't included. We were charged £8 for a 3 night stay but the heating is electric radiators so I suspect you could have a big bill in winter .
The décor was flouncy curtains, loads of cushions and teddy bears (posh Essex rather than rustic style) so if that's what you like this is for you - and it is advertised as a romantic getaway so I suppose that's what romantic means.. The bedrooms are smallish - stubbed my toe a couple of times going to the loo in the night ' but you can just fit a travel cot into the Hay Barn two bedrooms.
The kitchen area is very cramped - really only fits one person at a time. So it proved not very practical for 6 adults and two babies. A nice set of crockery is provided but with 6 of us we kept running out of bowls / plates/ cutlery because it was in the dishwasher waiting to be washed. We needed to buy spare pedal bin liners (none left) and dishwasher tablets (only 3 provided). So Self catering for 6 over several days could be frustrating. Lounge area is spacious, comfortable and pleasant.
The setting? On a farm surrounded by fields and quiet. There is a small wind farm next door but you don't notice it from the cottages. Donkeys and chickens for the children to look at, The surrounding scenery is flat, big grain fields. St Osyth is nearby and is a pleasant large village with a couple of supermarkets, Indian restaurants and Bistro/café. And nearby? Jaywick, which is apparently the most deprived area in England is the next village. Clacton and Frinton are also nearby and are both very busy - we struggled to find a parking space in genteel select Frinton . We saw big queues of traffic heading for the area so best to time your arrival away from peak hours. So, Park Hall is indeed a quiet oasis near to the frantic Essex seaside.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Jimmysol wrote a review Jul 2016
Solihull, United Kingdom79 contributions64 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
2nd time there - just as good as the first time. Wonderful bedroom overlooking gardens with peacocks, Norfolk terriers, housemartins....a wonderful breakfast....and only 10 minutes from the beach! A group of us went and we enjoyed wonderful hospitality.
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Date of stay: June 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: All the rooms are good!
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Response from Trish F, Owner at Park Hall
Responded 27 Jul 2017
It was great to be able to welcome you once again to Park Hall and I would like to thank you for taking the time to write a review about your stay. I hope you will visit us again next year!
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Tsc8512kt asked a question Aug 2017
Spain2 contributions1 helpful vote
Do you serve afternoon tea to non residents?
Answer from Trish F
Essex
Hi, Thank you for contacting us. Currently we only serve afternoon tea to residents.
Answer from Trish F
Essex
Hello R A Head (I do not know your full name), For the 25th August for three nights I currently have The Hay Barn Cottage available. This lovely oak beamed cottage has two bedrooms, one twin bedded adjacent to a bathroom with bath & one double with en-suite double shower. There is also a cot & high chair available for the twin bedded room. The fabulous lounge is open plan to dining room and fully equipped kitchen. Outside there is a large patio with outdoor dining table & chairs. The rate for the bank-holiday weekend for a family of four persons sharing is £ 690. Would you like me to reserve this for you? Trish Park Hall
Answer from Trish F
Essex
On the 22nd August I have a deluxe en-suite double room available at the rate of £140 or an en-suite four-poster at the rate of £160. Both rooms overlook the Park Hall gardens and our rates include breakfast. Which would you prefer? Trish - Park Hall
LightPacker789968 wrote a tip Apr 2023
London, United Kingdom3 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Need to book taxi's well in advance if you don't have your own transport"
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Päivi A wrote a tip Jul 2017
Vantaa, Finland3 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask the owner Trish recommendations"
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Alison T wrote a tip Oct 2016
West Midlands, United Kingdom11 contributions12 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Monks room is a big room with a good size shower room..."
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B1181MBmarion wrote a tip Sept 2016
Amsterdam, The Netherlands2 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Depends on what travellers want, I would say, ask for advice from the owner, Mrs. Ford"
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Essex, United Kingdom6 contributions6 helpful votes
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Nearby attractions include Cluetopia - Clacton Escape Rooms (2.4 miles), Hasty's Adventure Farm (2.1 miles), and Princes Theatre (2.7 miles).
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Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Park Hall?
Conveniently located restaurants include Nikki’s Cafe Bistro, Harry's Bar & Restaurant, and The Bell Inn Bistro.
Are pets allowed at Park Hall?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Park Hall?
Many travellers enjoy visiting West Cliff Theatre (2.6 miles), Jaywick Martello Tower (2.3 miles), and Brightlingsea Museum (3.2 miles).
Is Park Hall accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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