: London Stansted
: Great Bentley
: Colne Point
: St. Osyth
: Ipswich Dry Ski Slope
: Millers Barn - 9 Hole pay to play
: The Hoy or The Balti House, St. Osyth Village
Lee Wick Farm Holiday Cottages is located in the historic village of St. Osyth. St. Osyth dates back to the 9th Century and features the sensational St. Osyth Priory which dates from the 12th Century. St. Osyth is centred around the village crossroads. Lee Wick Farm is to the south west of the village down a quiet lane leading to the Colne Point Nature reserve (passes for admission are provided free of charge to visitors). Surrounding countryside offers much for walkers and cyclists. The nearby beaches at Clacton on Sea, Frinton on Sea and Walton on the Naze offer plenty for those seeking a summer time beach holiday. Historic Colchester (Britain's Oldest Recorded Town and first Roman Capital) is only 12 miles away. The sensational Norman Castle is built on the remains of the Roman temple. Colchester Zoo is considered by many to be one of the best in the UK. The Suffolk Heritage Countryside and Coastline is about an hours drive and offers more visitors. The university city of Cambridge is about an hour and a quarter drive away. London's Liverpool Street Station is only slightly more than an hour by train from either Clacton on Sea or Great Bentley station, a little under an hour from Colchester.
The cottages are situated in a partly redundant part of our working farm, alongside our livery yard in the midst of the paddocks. Fantastic views across open fields to the sea beyond are to be seen from the cottages.