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To the northeast of London, Essex is an easy distance out of the City by train and road, and the county is home to London’s third airport, Stansted on its western side. Proximity to the capital ensures a mix of modern urban commuter towns and bucolic countryside. Bordered to the south by the Thames Estuary, the 350km coast wanders northeastwards from the picturesque Southend on Sea as far as Harwich. Southend is famous for its Pleasure Pier which at 2.14km long is the longest in the world. There is even a train to take you to the end. In addition to Southend the aforementioned proximity means that the south of the county has many urban settlements such as Basildon, Billericay and Brentwood. Moving northwards you find the county town of Chelmsford, historically an industrial city it has a cathedral and viaduct. The city of Colchester dates back to Roman times, and famous for its Norman Keep. The lands that surround Colchester to the south are the inspiration for the paintings of Constable and the area is dotted with chocolate box villages, streams and farmland. There are 8400 acres of protected lands in Essex, home to forests, beaches, shell banks, salt marshes and an array of wildlife. With a mild climate weather can be changeable. In coastal areas the North Sea means stronger winds can feature. Temperatures can reach up to 22° in July and August, with winters going down to 6°. Photo by Kevin Grieve

5 Wedding Venues in Essex meet your criteria

Image of The London EDITION
Greater London, England
43 Km from Location
The London EDITION offers both a reinvention of its landmark building and the luxury hotel experience. Located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho, the boutique hotel blends...
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
2-140
Avg Price
£150.00
Image of Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Kent, England
36 Km from Location
It's the day you've been dreaming of. Make every moment unforgettable with bespoke wedding packages to design your day, coupled with our inspirational wedding Wish List to wow...
  • Civil License
  • Golf
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
10-200
Avg Price
£60.00
Image of St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys
Greater London, England
25 Km from Location
Our 1920’s, Art Deco style restaurant is a true hidden gem exuding an air of opulence and sophistication. It combines the romance of travel from a bygone era with...
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
Capacity
2-200
Avg Price
£80.00
Image of Five Lakes Resort
Essex, England
32 Km from Location
A hidden gem perfectly placed to make the most important day of your lives spectacular. Five Lakes is a modern resort hotel set in the heart of the Essex countryside.
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
  • Golf
Capacity
2-1500
Avg Price
£80.00
Image of Larkfield Priory Hotel
Kent, England
31 Km from Location
Beautiful Georgian Hotel in the Heart of Kent
  • Civil License
Capacity
10-250
Avg Price
£30.00
Essex

To the northeast of London, Essex is an easy distance out of the City by train and road, and the county is home to London’s third airport, Stansted on its western side. Proximity to the capital ensures a mix of modern urban commuter towns and bucolic countryside. Bordered to the south by the Thames Estuary, the 350km coast wanders northeastwards from the picturesque Southend on Sea as far as Harwich. Southend is famous for its Pleasure Pier which at 2.14km long is the longest in the world. There is even a train to take you to the end. In addition to Southend the aforementioned proximity means that the south of the county has many urban settlements such as Basildon, Billericay and Brentwood. Moving northwards you find the county town of Chelmsford, historically an industrial city it has a cathedral and viaduct. The city of Colchester dates back to Roman times, and famous for its Norman Keep. The lands that surround Colchester to the south are the inspiration for the paintings of Constable and the area is dotted with chocolate box villages, streams and farmland. There are 8400 acres of protected lands in Essex, home to forests, beaches, shell banks, salt marshes and an array of wildlife. With a mild climate weather can be changeable. In coastal areas the North Sea means stronger winds can feature. Temperatures can reach up to 22° in July and August, with winters going down to 6°. Photo by Kevin Grieve

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