Situated near the lively seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea, Seawick Holiday Park hosts one of the region's premier entertainment venues, along with a fantastic outdoor heated pool complex.
Our on park clubhouse the 'Seagull Bar' is an excellent place to enjoy food or a drink, and watch a live sports game on our big screens, and with the free use of all facilities at our nearby sister park St Osyth Beach including their heated indoor pool, it's easy to see why Seawick is such a popular venue.
From the M25, junction 28, take the A12 (signposted Colchester).Continue forward onto the Colchester bypass, (signposted Colchester North, Ipswich, Harwich). At junction 29 branch left (signposted Colchester North) then at the next take the second exit on to the A1232 (signposted Colchester). Continue forward and straight across the first roundabout, at the second roundabout turn left on to the A133 (signposted Clacton). Follow the A133 and cross over the next two roundabouts, then at the third roundabout turn right onto the B1028. Take the left hand fork, the B1027 and follow signs for St Osyth.
Postcode: CO16 8SG.
All grades will come with a fully fitted kitchen which has pots & pans, cutlery, crockery, a cooker, toaster, microwave and kettle. A small fridge freezer, toilet, shower room facilities with a Flat TV and heating in the lounge. If booking a Silver accommodation your check in time is 3pm, with gold grades you will receive additional heating in the bedrooms, beds made on arrival (if linen is purchased), an early check in of 2pm and a DVD player in the lounge too.
The Colchester Zoo is renowned for its best big cat and primate collection in Europe. Children and Adults alike enjoy a visit to the zoo so why not make a visit to this great zoo.
Marsh Farm is a working farm where children can get close to farm animals and play safely in our adventure play areas. There is also a Country Park, which boasts excellent coastal walks and superb views of the River Crouch.
If you enjoy history then a visit to the Colchester Castle is a must. With over 2,000 years of history and home to some of the most important events in Britain, it is the site of Boudica and invasion of the Normans and was for a short time the capital of England as well as Britain's oldest recorded town.
Service Charge £6.20 per unit per night - HALF PRICE on breaks starting September 26, October 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21 2016 and March 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27 2017
Clubroom Passes £4.25 per person per break - Under 3s FREE - Passes FREE on breaks starting September 12, 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17 2016 and March 13, 20, 27 and April 24 2017
FREE food and drink vouchers available when Clubroom passes are purchased on midweek breaks (Monday - Friday)
Peak Date Supplement £2.50pppb Sep 9, Oct 21, 28
PAY ONLY £15 April 24
Half Board available at £15 per adult, £6.25 per child per day