Madeira House in Holland-on-Sea is fabulous semi-detached home away from home a short walk from the beach at Kings Parade.
It is the perfect base for a touring holiday in the area or even a daily walk along the promenade at Clacton-on-Sea with your canine friend by your side.
Sleeping up to seven people, plus one furry friend, this four bedroomed house is ideal for families or groups of friends.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Madeira House
Madeira House is the ideal choice for a seaside holiday where building sandcastles and tucking into ice-cream are the name of the game.
The house has four bedrooms, one with a king size bed and en-suite bathroom, one double, a twin and a single bedroom.
The kitchen and utility room make cooking and doing laundry easy and the spacious living room and light and airy conservatory offer plenty of space to relax in.
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Things To Do in Holland-on-Sea, Nr Jaywick
Madeira House is located a stone’s throw from the beach at Holland-on-Sea. For a quieter alternative to Clacton-on-Sea, head here to walk your dog along the promenade or to cycle as a family.
If a boisterous yet traditional seaside town is your holiday scene then enjoy the 20 minute walk into Clacton-on-Sea for a faster paced holiday.
Spend some time on the beach or head to the pier for six and a half acres of entertainment venues, from an aquarium to ten pin bowling and places to grab a bite to eat. For a musical interlude visit the Princes Theatre, built in 1931 with a fantastic choice of shows to watch, from pantomimes to stand-up comedy and tribute acts of your favourite stars.
Spend a day in the historic city of Colchester, once a capital of Roman Britain. With a history dating back over 2,000 years there is a wide range of things to see and do here, from shopping to seeing historical sites.
Visit the ruins of St Botolph’s Priory in the heart of the city or see Roman ruins on an impressive scale as you walk around the town. The Balkerne Gateway – gateway to the city of Camulodunum, The ‘Fortress of the War God Camulos’, now known as Colchester, is the largest surviving Roman gateway in Britain and you can also visit three Roman theatres, more than any other city in the United Kingdom.
Learn about Colchester under Roman rule and its fall at the hands of Boadicea, Queen of the Celts. Colchester Roman Circus Visitor Centre is an absolute must-visit for history fans, being the only known Roman circus in the country.
Discovered in 2005, it housed up to 8,000 spectators and would have been used for spectator sports such as chariot-racing. Enjoy a refreshing drink and a snack in the café on the site.
For some light entertainment, book a ticket for a show at one of Colchester’s many fabulous theatres which have live comedy, talks and smaller productions from local companies.
Just minutes away from the beach and local restaurants, Madeira House is the perfect choice for families and their canine friend to really relax together with home comforts on tap.
The quaint beach huts at Holland-on-Sea are just picture-postcard-perfect for those “I’m on holiday moments “ and Clacton-on-Sea offers a true seaside holiday experience from the moment you set foot on the pier.
After a day on the beach or taking a stroll with your pooch, head to the pub just 300 yards from the house or choose to dine out so no one has to wash up at a local restaurant.
A holiday here is all about sandy beaches and relaxation, so put your feet up in the living room with a fantastic film on, sip on a glass of your favourite wine and spend some time together as a family.
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