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All Countries > United Kingdom > Colchester > Holiday Inn Express COLCHESTER

Holiday Inn Express COLCHESTER
Birchwood Road, Off Ipswich Road,A12 (Southbound S
Colchester, CO7 6HX
Nightly Rates (82.34 - 82.34)   3 Star
Holiday Inn Express COLCHESTER

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Property Description
Choose the Holiday Inn Express Colchester hotel for a peaceful village location in the Essex countryside. Stay in the Stour Valley countryside that inspired famous artists at the new-generation Holiday Inn Express Colchester. You'll be next to the pretty village of Dedham, where John Constable once lived. Central Colchester is 5 miles away and we benefit from good road links, being just off the A12 with complimentary parking. London-Stansted Airport is a 45-minute drive. Holiday Inn Express Colchester's convenient location puts you 2 miles from Severalls Industrial Park, and a short drive from the local military barracks and the Ministry of Defence. The nearby A12 links you to Colchester and Suffolk, and you can bring clients to our 3 fully-equipped meeting rooms. FREE WIFI available throughout the hotel. Enjoy our rural setting by hiking in the Stour Valley, or heading out for fish and chips at nearby seaside resorts such as Clacton-on-Sea, a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Under-18s stay for free on the sofabeds in our Family rooms. Our all inclusive hot breakfast buffet will fuel you for the day in our bright Great Room, and you can relax with newspapers in our bar. Ask our friendly Front Desk staff to help you with directions for your day out. There's time for a stroll in the surrounding countryside before returning to the bar for a nightcap.

Holiday Inn Express COLCHESTER

  • ATM/Cash machine

  • Accessible facilities

  • Bell staff/porter

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Dry cleaning

  • Evening reception

  • Florist

  • Free parking

  • Gift/News stand

  • Golf

  • Grocery shopping service available

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • High speed internet connection

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Ice machine

  • Interior corridors

  • Interior corridors

  • Late check-out available

  • Lounges/bars

  • Meeting rooms

  • Non-smoking

  • On-Site parking

  • Parking

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Restaurant

  • Safe deposit box

  • Shops and commercial services

  • Storage space

  • Sundry/Convenience store

  • Transportation services - local area

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Room Information
    Buffet breakfast, Computer, Connecting rooms, Color television, Satellite television, Premium movie channels, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Spare electrical outlet available at desk, Electrical adaptors available, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed, Hairdryer, Private bathroom

    Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 2:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Opened in  2010 

  • 101  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 2  floors. 

  • Restaurant Information
    Great Room  Our Free Express Start Breakfast now Includes Selected Hot Favourites After a great night's sleep and a refreshing power shower, nothing gets off to a better start than a free tasty breakfast.As well as our ever popular continental style selection, you ca Great Room  Serving a selection of beers, wines and spirits. Dinner Menu Available

    Meeting Facility
  • Dedham Vale

  • Flatford Mill

  • Hay Wain

    Recreation Information
    Children's program

  • Colchester Town Center

  • Located in the heart of Colchester. Visit the High Street stores, antique shops, or for the men the sporting stores. There is something for everyone in Colchester Town Centre Shopping Area. Visit the small tea shops and cafes after your shopping excursi
  • Ipswich Town Centre

  • Ipswich town centre has a great range of shopping facilities. Many leading national retailers trade in Ipswich, either on one of the main thoroughfares such as Tavern Street, Westgate Street and the Buttermarket, or in one of the two large shopping comple
  • Trinity Conference Centre

  • Colchester Station

  • They offer cheap train tickets to London and East Anglia, with off-peak fares, group travel discounts and cheap child tickets available you can be sure of the best fare

  • Stansted

  • Stoke By Nayland Golf Course

  • Picturesque golf course in the peaceful village of Nayland
  • Stour Valley & Constable Country

  • Characterised by open spaces and big ever changing skies the Essex countryside is perfect for a stroll or a leisurely picnic. The Dedham Vale and Stour Valley embraces one of our most cherished landscapes. Picturesque villages, rolling farmland, rivers, m
  • Colchester United/Weston Homes Community Stadium

  • Take A12. At JCT 29,exit toward Colchester.Continue straight. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Ipswich Rd heading to Colchester. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Cowdray Ave.Continue to follow A133. At Westway, take the 1st exit onto Wes
  • Le Talbooth

  • Beth Chatto Gardens

  • The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960. From an overgrown wasteland with poor gravel soil and boggy hollows it has been transformed into an informal garden harmonising with the surrounding countryside.
  • Mercury Theatre

  • Where theatre comes to life. Enjoy plays, musicals and other events put on by Mercury Theatre.
  • Colchester Castle & Town Centre

  • A visit to Colchester Castle Museum takes you through 2000 years of some of the most important events in British History. Once the capital of Roman Britain, Colchester has experienced devastation, invasion and siege. Since the 16th century, the Castle has
  • Stoke by Nayland

  • STOKE BY NAYLAND is a village in Suffolk located in the Dedham Vale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are a vibrant community of approximately 700 people from all walks of life. We have schools, pubs, a garage, a post office, a wonderful village hall
  • Colchester Zoo

  • Come see the wide variety of animals on display at the Colchester Zoo. Be hands on with select feeding times, interactive displays, and get up close with some of the more cuddlier animals. Or sign up for their Zoo Keeper for a Day Experience. The Colche
  • Lexden Woods Golf Centre

  • Enjoy a relaxing 18 holes of golf, take in the 9 hole golf academy or just hitting balls on the driving range, whatever you are looking for Lexden Golf Course has it for you.
  • Layer Marney Tower

  • One of this country's most dramatic buildings, Layer Marney Tower stands within the Essex landscape, commanding views to the River Blackwater and beyond. Built in the reign of Henry VIII it was visited by that most powerful of monarchs - and by his equall
  • Mersea Island

  • The romantic lure of Island life is alive and well just off the coast of Essex. Mersea Island, nestled between the river Blackwater and Colne estuaries is approximately nine miles south-east of Colchester, and is without doubt one of the county's best kep
  • Clacton-on-Sea

  • Clacton has lovely sandy beaches, safe sea bathing, water sports, a Victorian pier with undercover amusements & fun fair, Pubs, Clacton clubs, cafes and Restaurants.
  • Tiptree Jam Factory & Museum

  • Tiptree, the home of the Wilkin family. They've been farming here for nearly three hundred years. The very first Tiptree conserves were made here in 1885 and to this day they still specialize in fruit growing on the Tiptree estates. On the premises is a
  • Witham

  • Witham is a pleasant Georgian town with a history that dates back to the time of King Alfred, located at the very heart of Essex, midway between Colchester and Chelmsford. Taking a stroll around Witham you will discover a wealth of 16th century building
  • Harwich International Port

  • Built as a rail ferry port in the 1880s by the Great Eastern Railway, Harwich International Port has developed and expanded over more than a century into a highly efficient, modern, multipurpose port. The Port, originally named Parkeston Quay after Great