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Seaview Holiday Park

The park is a recreational area covering 30 acres of partly wooded ground gently sloping to the private beach and sea.
The perfect setting for your Holiday Home in this exclusive private Park with beach frontage on the Blackwater Estuary.
Choose from Lodges, Static Caravans, Touring Fields or Beach Cabin.

Open from:
15th March to 15th January

Facilities:
2 Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Children's play area(s), 84 Electric hook-ups, 44 Water hook-ups, 42 Natural gas, LPG stockist, 2 Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Take away food, Designated / private parking, Visitor parking, Boat mooring, Washing up facilities, Bar, Cafe, Club house

Lodges For Sale in new development.
Caravans and Beach Cabins For Sale
Private Beach
24hr Wardens
Medical Facilities located on the Island
Reception
Entertainment


Accomodations:
70 Touring pitches, 40 Motorhome pitches, 30 Seasonal pitches, 200 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Tennis, Organised Entertainment, Gym, Leisure Centre

Colchester Museums.
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Colchester Zoo.
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Dedham Vale.
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Colchester Leisure World.
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A large leisure centre with leisure pool, flume rides, fitness pool, teaching pool, spa & solarium. Sports hall and facilities.

Go Bananas.
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A huge indoor Adventure Playcentre for young children up to 12, with Cafe and adults go free.

Mercury Theatre.
Colchester, Balkerne Gate
Shows and plays throughout the year.

East Anglian Steam Railway Museum.
Chappel Station, Colchester
look at 150 years of railway history. There are many steam engines and carriages lovingly restored and maintained.

Beth Chatto Gardens.
Elmstead Market
World famous gardens, divided into three main areas with a large woodland area.

Bowling


Seaview Holiday Park (www)

Seaview Avenue
Essex, East England
United Kingdom
CO5 8DA
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Reviews

Overall rating

4.5 stars

Based on 2 review(s)

Cambs

4.0 stars

visited twice in 2009 great pitches cloes to sea the beach is all shells and not over commercialised downs the toilets and showers are a bit of a walk from pitches and last time showers didnt work but all in all a good site with clubhouse Seaview Holiday Park, West Mersea, Essex

Kent

5.0 stars

Of all the campsites we've ever stayed on, this one takes the crown for us. We are used to the standards of the Caravan Club, but my wife, children and I felt Seaview set new standards for others to aspire to. Seaview is beautifully laid out with space enough for touring caravans, tents, and their permanent sited static vans. The icing on the cake is the Woodlands Lodge Development with fully landscaped grounds, and walled electric gate entrance makes you feel in the hart of luxury. The site is ideally located to visit many local attractions whether it be visiting the local village, or just escaping to the country with its magnificent views and lovely walks. All in all if you want a camp site to remember...this is the one. Thank you so much Andrew and Georgina for all your efforts. Without a shadow of a doubt you have a 5 Star rating from us. Ps. see you next year. John and Dorothy