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    • 3 BR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    2 Reviews
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      • 1 BA
      • Sleeps 6
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      Recent Reviews

      Total peace and quiet in an idyllic setting

      5 of 5
      If you're looking for an opportunity to get away from the crowds and to be surrounded by nature, then this place is hard to beat. You're made fully aware of the rhythm of the tides and how the wildlife reacts to it. There are options of walking and cycling to enjoy the area. Within Colne Point Nature Reserve, extensive walks (tide permitting) are at your doorstep, with options towards along the coast towards Clacton. Options are increased further if you you have a small boat or kayak. Views from both the terrace and the balcony are stunning and tempt you to hang around, rather than venture further afield. The accommodation is comprehensive and we found everything we needed for cooking, relaxing and enjoying ourselves. TV and Broadband allowed us access to the outside world on the few occasions we were inclined. Comprehensive instructions ensure all runs smoothly, and communication with the owner and housekeeper (if necessary) are good. We aim to return soon!
      • Review Submitted: 04-Sep-2016
      • Date of Stay: Aug 2016

      Isolated enjoyment

      5 of 5
      Exactly as described. Basic, but everything you need for a comfortable stay rather than what you might want. Absence of TV and WiFi gave rise to teenage angst but enabled a very relaxed weekend. Lovely walk to the beach and wade back in knee deep water as we land locked people don't understand tidal marshes, but locals both amused and kindly. St. Osyth has good range of small shops and Chinese takeaway worth a visit. Didn't want to venture any further as it was so peaceful at the house, and had amazingly good weather. Julia was wonderfully laid back about our arrival and departure times and really helpful. 8 might be a bit of a squash but 4 was perfect. Would certainly go again.
      • Review Submitted: 05-Oct-2015
      • Date of Stay: Oct 2015