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White Hart Hotel
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The main part was built in 1526 as a home for one Robert Paycocke, but appears to have become an inn quite soon afterwards, patronised by merchants who dealt far and wide in the town's principal manufacture, which was lace. The oldest part of the building was originally one end of the Coggeshall's Guildhall was later incorporated into the White Hart Hotel and is now its resident's lounge. The fine old White Hart Coggeshall suits its surroundings admirably. It's as perfect an English hotel as you could wish for, combining ancient dignity with the highest standards of modern comfort. Nearby Paycockes and Marks Hall Estate and Arboretum
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