- Very Good
- 39 guest reviews
"The Beeches could be a lovely B&B - its well located near to the town centre and theatres (the reason we were there) and Liz and Barry were..."
"I called the b&b after I had booked and informed them that I would be arriving quite late, they had no problem in this and were really nice...."
"Nice Hotel with friendly hosts. Near to centre but far enough away to be out of the hustle and bustle. Good nights sleep followed by a very..."
"Well located reasonably priced accomodation. Breakfast is excellent...."
"I've "only" given a 5 for "Quality of your room" because a hook on the back of the door would have been useful (and in the bathroom), as wou..."
About the hotel
We offer comfortable bright rooms at affordable prices; our spacious dining rooms allow you to enjoy a choice of traditional English breakfast or other combinations. Rest assured every effort will be made to make you stay most enjoyable. The Beeches is in an excellent position for getting round Clacton; we are 2 or 3 minutes from the beach, pier, shopping and restaurants.
Parking is available on site, on first come basis. All of our rooms are ‘Non Smoking’, We can offer you a choice of Family, Double, Large double, Twin, or Single rooms. All accommodation is decorated to a very high standard, beautifully co-ordinated to make your stay as pleasant and relaxing as possible. We offer complimentary Tea and Coffee making facilities, Flatscreen TV, central heating and ensuite to majority of rooms, our single rooms have washing facilities. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in our attractive, comfortable dining rooms with some tables over looking a small court yard. We offer traditional and alternative menu, catering for vegetarians, we use only the best quality ingredients from local suppliers. Clacton has long been a destination for holidaymakers, from the late 1800 people visited either by train or steamship. In the 1890 Clacton boasted an Operetta House and Open Air Concerts in the amphitheatre. . In the nearly part of the 19th century the Memorial Gardens were to commorate the dead of two wars. The pier was a major attraction with the Ocean Theatre, Children’s Theatre, Blue Lagoon Dance Hall and Crystal Casino. The Pier also had an open air swimming pool. In the late 1920 early ‘30s’ the Westcliffe was rebuilt and The Princes Theatres were opened, they still offer year round entertainment today
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92% would recommend it to a friend
ok for one night....
The Beeches could be a lovely B&B - its well located near to the town centre and theatres (the reason we were there) and Liz and Barry were friendly and helpful.
But it really needs updating and some serious attention to detail. Our room - number 4 - was ok (though its position next to a communal bathroom was not very nice - think of thin walls and full bladders, you'll get the idea) - but the en suite shower room a real let down with loose fittings, a badly scaled shower head and no ventilation, and a glass shelf placed in such a way as to make using the basin an ordeal. In fact we thought it was odd that Liz nipped into the bathroom to lift the toilet lid when she showed us to our room - I've never seen that done before. There was no full length mirror anywhere either, not much good when getting ready for a night out. The biggest issue though was the bed - we are two (relatively) normal adults but were given a bed with a vile plastic mattress protector on it and there was no way we were going to spend all night sweating horribly and listening to that awful crackling noise so we ended up getting up and taking it off, revealing a tatty fitted sheet which didn't fit any more as there was no elastic left in it, and a duvet cover with half its buttons torn off and left open at the bottom end. The pillowcases were all mismatched odd ones and at that point we realised that room 4 was probably just a spare room only given to last minute Late Rooms customers though I had booked some weeks in advance, or perhaps let out weekly to labourers who aren't going to be too fussed about matching bed linen. Breakfast next morning was ok - unlimited coffee and toast but a rather small 'full English' which actually could have been double the size. I'd like to excuse all this by saying you get what you pay for as this is a budget B&B, but to be fair we have stayed in very many places all over the country and at similar prices, and been really happy with everything.
Overall, acceptable for one nights stay - without the horrid plastic thing on the bed - but I don't think we would want to stay again if we were to visit Clacton in the future.
I called the b&b after I had booked and informed them that I would be arriving quite late, they had no problem in this and were really nice.
Room was extremely cleans and the breakfast was superb
Would definitely stay again if I was in the area