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The Bottle Kiln Wetherspoon in Harwich has 4-star accommodations with a bar and a garden. Service was friendly and prompt. Beds were comfortable with nice linen. Nice big towels. Importantly they could put our bikes in a secure location on the property.
The Fryatt Hotel & Bar is located between Harwich International Port and Harwich Town Station, 1.5 miles from the town center. It features its own pub serving classic ales. Good clean inexpensive. Prefer ensuite bath but for the price it's a value. Continental breakfast was ample.
On Harwich High Street, The Goodlife Guest house offers modern accommodations in the town center, less than 5 minutes' walk from the train station. It has a bar, free parking and WiFi. Great location and very easy to access. The restaurant downstairs seemed great, even though I didn't eat there. Super friendly staff!
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Alma Inn & Dining Rooms offers pet-friendly accommodations adjacent to The Pier in Harwich, 1312 feet from the town center. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Really friendly staff, proper beer and excellent breakfast. Exceeded my expectations. Highly recommended.
Located in Harwich in the Essex region, Camping Pods, Dovercourt Holiday Park provides accommodations with free private parking, as well as access to an indoor swimming pool. The location. The activities for the children. The actual pod itself. The cleanliness of the facilities. Parking outside the Pod. The staff at reception were polite, welcoming and very helpful. Overall, it was a brilliant getaway.
On the Quay is located in Harwich. The property is 19 miles from Clacton-on-Sea, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. The location was perfect for the pier with a variety of potential eating places associated with pubs or bars close by.
Bakehouse is located in Harwich. Located on the beachfront, this property features a restaurant and a terrace. Amazing place, with a great hot tub on private roof top. Great kitchen with all you all you need, comfy bed and cosy sofa! Great for a weekend stay
This hotel in Harwich has been booked 1 time
Love the naval history, Lighthouses, RNLI museum, Old town area, Mi Amigo pirate radio boat, Old fort, and general military history of the local area, Trip over to felixstowe on the small ferry boat, Container port, Shipping, Beaches, Mayflower exhibition, RNLI station and shop. If your into sea fairing history I highly recommend a long weekend or 3 day getaway to this area.
Stayed right On the sea front but very limited to nice restaurants especially seafood restaurants. You could tell because the two nice ones (which you had to travel to where booked up three days in advance) The place needs a tidy up, but has loads of potential.
Harwich is a lovely town always liked harwich. Beautiful harbour and scenery. And our apartment where we stayed could not have been in a better place. We loved the old victorian building. We would definitely stay here again
If you are on a golf trip playing Felixstowe, beware the info gives it as 3.2 miles away from hotel, obviously if you are a bird or can swim that is, you will actually travel 34 miles and a min of 50 minutes drive , exceptionally disappointing
Old Harwich is interesting and with the Quay and the beaches it has a lot to offer. However, don't expect a vibrant nightlife as it has a few pubs and that it is it. Good restaurants are available and also an excellent fish and chip shop. Walk the Maritime Trail and find out about the links to the Pilgrim Fathers and the history of the lighthouses.
We stayed for 1 night in Fryatt Hotel & Bar in Harwich during a Covid lockdown as we had to take the Harwich-Hook of Holland ferry the next morning for a family emergency. We arrived late at our accomodation (which was handled perfectly and staff were very accomodating) but with the added Covid lockdown rules we had no opportunity to explore Harwich .Our accomodation was perfectly situated however, within walking distance of Harwich harbour.
Location was fine - potential to be noisy but as it was set back behind other buildings we were not troubled by traffic noise. It was great to be able to take our dog with us and he settled quickly. A minor problem with the induction hob was dealt with very quickly by the landlord who was very pleasant. I see Section 4 mentions Felixstowe South Beach when it should talk about Harwich beach which is only approx. 200 yards away and we did visit it.
The property has a big car park right outside, and 24 hour access is straightforward. Check in and out was very simple with the friendly hotel staff. Decent facilities (I had a shared bathroom which made the price lower) including tv and free wi-fi, and most important it is five minutes drive from the ferry terminal.
We hired the apartment as a base while attending a family celebration in Harwich and it was perfect for our needs. Clean, comfortable and with excellent outside space from where we could watch the ships coming and going on the estuary, it was great.
House well decorated and furnished. Great location in the old town of Harwich. Suntrap courtyard well laid out for sitting outside. Easy parking on street close by. Great beds - made us think we need to update our mattresses at home.
The staff were all fantastic, excellent service. Breakfast was delicious and massive! The building is beautiful, particularly the majestic staircase and impressive chandeliers. Shame about the pokey bedroom.
Our overall experience of the hotel/bar was excellent. Comfy beds/rooms, no noise from bar below. Very clean, comfortable rooms and extras like bottled water each day and biscuits was a bonus!
Excellent food, lobster was amazing. really well set up for covid. Charming little Inn. Would very strongly recommend to anyone visiting Harwich.
The hotel restaurant served excellent food, loved the breakfast too. Had a lovely view of the harbour
Super close to the Harwich port. Lovely pub downstairs