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What to do in Mersea

Mersea Island is the most easterly inhabited island in the UK, situated off the coast of Essex and 9 miles southeast of Colchester.

There are an abundance of things to do on Mersea Island and with the island covering approximately 7 square miles, you will never be bored by the beautiful scenery that awaits you.

 

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Stay at Bran's Estate

Stay at Bran's Estate

You are welcome to stay in our three bedroom house located in the heart of West Mersea within a few minutes walking distance to the main attractions, shops and the seaside. Bran's Estate comprises a cosy dining room and a generous kitchen on the ground floor, with a table for 6 people, along with a ...

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Boat Trips with Seaskipr.com

Boat Trips with Seaskipr.com

seaskipr.com is our unique boat trip, sailing tour and river cruise experience with accommodation. We sail the Blackwater River, the Crouch and the Colne, and are based in West Mersea, Essex, UK. Our approach to sailing gives our guests the taste of sailing these beautiful waters, creeks and fleets ...

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Mersea Island Holiday Park

Mersea Island Holiday Park

Enviably situated very close to the beach, Mersea Island Holiday Park boasts a truly peaceful setting amidst the idyllic countryside. With on-site facilities including an indoor heated pool, adventure play area, arcade and Muddy Ducks Clubhouse with seasonal family entertainment overlooking the Blac...

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Did you know The New Seekers had a recording studio in East Mersea?

Did you know The New Seekers had a recording studio in East Mersea?

The New Seekers are an English pop group formed in 1969, over the years the group had many hits including the famous 'I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing'. Members of the group, including singer Eve Graham, lived at Rewsalls Farm in East Mersea where they had a recording studio....

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