Holiday Inn Colchester

A Hotel in Colchester, Essex

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Abbotts Lane, Eight Ash Green

Holiday Inn Colchester, Colchester

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Holiday Inn Colchester is 3 miles away from Colchester, the oldest recorded town in Britain. Close enough to pretty countryside in Constable Country especially in Dedham, yet Colchester alone offers plenty to see and do. Hotel facilities include a popular restaurant and bar offering tempting British dishes alongside a variety of international cuisine.

The well equipped health club has an indoor swimming pool, sauna, gym and spa pool in addition to a beautician. Guest rooms are extremely comfortable and feature air-conditioning and internet access.

3 star rating

From: £32.50

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