Stable Cottage at Lee Wick Farm sleeps two – five (plus two sofa bed)
Stable cottage was suitably converted from an old stable block on the farm, it is all on one level and has lovely views of the surrounding paddocks with horses grazing and the estuary.
It has been rated 4 stars by Visit England and has an M2 mobility rating, (typically suitable for a person with restricted walking ability and for those that may need to use a wheelchair some of the time).
On entering the cottage you will find an open plan kitchen, dining and seating area (with sofa bed) which has a log burner to keep the cottage cosy in the cooler days of autumn and winter. Patio doors lead to the garden with views over the mnage and paddocks to the sea. The garden has tables, chairs and a BBQ to enjoy those summer days.
We now sell a BBQ lighter pack, with a 5kg bag of charcoal, a pack of firelighters and a box of large matches for £9.99. These must be ordered and paid for at the time of booking. They cannot be booked on arrival.
Following the sloping hall-way to the other end of the cottage, a peaceful twin bedroom with en-suite shower room can be found and a larger family bedroom also with en-suite shower room, is situated at the very end of the building. In total there are five bed spaces with an additional double sofa bed in the living area.
There is a lovely sunny feel to Stable Cottage and it is perfect for a smaller family group, or couples that want a peaceful base close to the Suffolk border with all that the area offers. Unfortunately we cannot accept bookings from anyone under the age of 25.
St Osyth is a small village to the west of Clacton. It offers a few shops and general stores along with 3 pubs and a good fish and chip shop. There are approximately 115 buildings around the village listed as historic or having special architectural interest including the Priory. Oyster beds can be found at the beach past the village.
There are pleasant walking and cycling opportunities around the farm and village. Fishing at our reservoir can be arranged as can passes for nearby nature reserves which offer superb birdwatching opportunities, barn owls, little egrets, curlews and and regular sightings of the once rare marsh harrier have been reported.
It really is an excellent base for Essex and Suffolk coastline, countryside and tourist attractions.
Colchester is a quick drive or bus ride away, and as England’s oldest recorded town there’ll be plenty of historical sights to see -have a wander around Colchester Castle then keep the kids happy by taking them to the first-class zoo.
The famous Suffolk Heritage Coastline is also a short drive away with towns such as Southwold and Aldesburgh to browse around, or else head to neighbouring Wivenhoe, or Brightlingsea where you can try Johnnie Macs fabulous fish and chips, then take the little ferry back.
Picturesque Dedham is a short drive away for walks, boating on the river Stour (bring your own kayaks / canoes, or hire a row boat), cream teas and visiting the famous artworks of Constable and Munnings, all of which are well worth a visit.
Low Season is any dates which are outside the school holidays and are from January to end of March and October and November.
Mid Season is any period not in the above months and not in the high season period but includes the February and October half term periods.
High Season is the summer school holiday period, Christmas and New Year.Check Availability & Book
Tariffs to December 2017.
Please note there is a minimum 2 night booking and we do not accept bookings from anyone under the age of 25.
Check in is from 3pm and check out is by 11am.
- One Week: £390
- Two Weeks: £780
- Two Nights: £265
- Three Nights: £300
- Four Nights: £360
- One Week: £525
- Two Weeks: £1,050
- Two Nights: £300
- Three Nights:£380
- Four Nights: £450
- One Week: £665
- Two Weeks: £1,330
- Two Nights: £565
- Three Nights: £610
- Four Nights: £635