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This adults-only, luxury hotel is set within 130 acres of beautiful grounds and listed gardens, with 35 treatment rooms and an 61 foot swimming pool. Room spacious, modern and outside patio great Lovely breakfast, quality dinner Beautiful gardens Good vibe at the weekend
Beautiful location, one of the nicest and cleanest beaches I’ve ever been to, absolutely love that there’s no vendors to spoil it. Nice high street, Some amazing roads and avenues with equally stunning houses of varying architecture. They must keep the strict bylaws that exist here to keep this location unique to the average British sea side, it’s a shame the railway level crossing gates are no longer manned. I would highly recommended visiting.
Town centre has an array of independent shops,&restaurants, as well as a few major chains. E.g Boots chemist. Greggs bakery,and Costa coffee shop.The high street leads to a stretch of green space ,which also provides well maintained public toilets . With various paths leading down to a beautiful sandy beach close in proximity. Beach promenade continues along to Walton on the Naze. Frinton -on- sea, is family friendly & quiet at night. Visited during February half term 2022.
Loved the beach and pretty beach huts. Plenty of well-paved promenade to enjoy. A lot of the buildings were interesting, especially the art decco ones and the substantial dwellings in the back roads. However, we were appalled to find two shabby highrise blocks spoiling the sea-front. We felt that they may have been the result of very poor local gevernment planning in the 60s as they were so out of character in a town that has a reputation for being particular about its image.
Frinton on Sea is one of England's Little Gems for location, a left-over from the Golden Era of Edward VII, when it was a resort for aristocracy, wealthy, media, and those with nannies who would take a house for one or two months in the Summer. A charming enclave of a Golden Triangle, inside the railway station gates - the station was extended to Frinton and Walton to ensure ease of travel. Easily accessible from London to Clacton, with taxi service onwards. A long main road in which all the daily needs may be met: restaurants galore, clothes shops, specialist shops, churches for most denominations, one dating more than 1000 years. Has charm, mainly quiet except on busy Summer Bank Holidays and sudden releases from Lockdown. Rail link goes to Colchester, with further links to Norfolk. A long beach, beach huts [not sure if they're available for hire], a few b&b, only. Excellent bookshop - Caxtons - plus a very good second hand selection at St Helena's. Supermarkets, mobility scooter etc hire, cycle shop, and good fish & chips. For those who knit or want household goods, there are options. And on and on... a dog-walkers happy holiday venue plus a promenade and beach to enjoy. Golfers will be happy. A good jumping off point for many outings of all sorts including Garden Centres and places of interest. A literary festival is due.
A quiet seaside town with pleasant coastline, some beaches; it was high tide when I visited so can't comment on these further. If Clacton is your idea of Hell, Frinton could be what you're looking for, as long as you are prepared to self-cater.
Beautiful and clean. Great little shopping area and the beach is golden sand. Frinton is exceptionally well maintained. I used to come to Frinton on sea every year as I child and I’m so glad to say it hasn’t changed very much at all.
The room was much better than most hotel rooms: spacious, spotlessly clean and equipped with everything I needed. It was very close to the main street that had a fantastic pub serving excellent food and it was a stone throw from the beach.
The spa and hotel are fantastic. The staff are lovely and just a really relaxed friendly zibe. I participated in a back massage this visit and it was so worth the money.