|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
Fisherman's Lodge sleeps 2 people and is a great place to relax after a day of exploring the local area! Downstairs, the comfortable kitchen and living space is perfect for cooking a hearty meal or playing scrabble! Upstairs there is a generous bedroom furnished with a king sized bed. There is also a stylish bathroom that features a modern bath and power shower. All linens and towels are provided and guests over the age of 16 staying in Fisherman's Lodge have full use of our on site gym and spa!
Set on a picturesque farm in the beautiful countryside with views of the river, Creeksea Place Barns provides luxury holiday accommodation in a beautifully converted Essex barn. With 8 self catering barns in total, Creeksea Place Barns can accommodate groups of all sizes from 2-30 people. Each barn is unique and stylish, and features exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and antique furniture. Each kitchen is fully equipped, and has a fridge, dishwasher and cooking facilities. The living areas are spacious and comfortable and each unit has digital TV, a DVD player and access to free wireless internet. Each beautiful bedroom is furnished with soft linens and feather pillows and duvets. Towels and linens provided.
Creeksea Place Barns is located just outside the coastal town of Burnham on Crouch in Essex. The site features a state of the art gym and spa which is included in the price of your stay (over 16's), beauty treatment rooms, a popular cafe, a disc golf course, a chldren's play area, a variety of friendly farm animals and has access to a variety of footpaths. Within 1 hour of London by direct train.
Creeksea Place Barns is located on a picturesque farm just outside the town of Burnham on Crouch in Essex. The site features a popular cafe, a state of the art gym and spa, a disc golf course and has access to a variety of coastal footpaths. Creeksea Place Barns is within a 10 minute walk of Burnham on Crouch train station with direct routes to London, and Burnham on Crouch Golf club and Creeksea Sailing club are just down the road!
Burnham on Crouch is a historical, riverside town, often referred to as the 'Cowes of the East Coast' due to the popularity of sailing in the area. In August during 'Burnham Week' sailing enthusiasts converge from all over the country on the 15 mile stretch of water from the town to the open sea. The riverside walk has numerous nautical attractions and the quayside is lined with beautiful old houses. Burnham on Crouch has a range of excellent pubs and restaurants, and the town centre is well served with convenience stores and interesting shops.