The Dog Inn

Inn in Halstead, Essex

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37 Hedingham Road

The Dog Inn, Halstead

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The Dog Inn it a traditional English inn, offering a warm, comfortable atmosphere and a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of modern life. We provide at least four Real Ales as well as a range of other drinks for you to enjoy on front of our beautiful wood burning stove. We have ample parking space and a beer garden where you can while away the hours playing a game of boules on our petanque piste.

We offer en-suite facilities, tea and coffee and a television in all of our rooms. The Dog Inn is a two minute walk from the centre of Halstead and situated in the heart of the beautiful Essex countryside. London Stansted Airport is less than forty minutes away by car.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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