This family run hotel offers a range of accommodation, a restaurant, open fires and two friendly bars. It was built around 1680 and lies in the centre of picturesque Burnham-on-Crouch with its antique shops, weekly market and many independent outlets. The hotel has uninterrupted views across to the south shore of the river to RSPB's Wallasea Island wild coast which was created with the express intent of attracting migrating birds and other wild life. The hotel also offers Wifi.
The area has many attractions including sailing, riding, golf and walking all of which are easily accessible from the hotel.
Burnham is accessible by rail from London Liverpool St. The hotel is approximately 1 mile from the station.