Premier Inn Southend-on-Sea (West)

Thanet Grange, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 6GB, United Kingdom
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south end sea

by sexynini99

please tell me how nice is to live there is there loads of nite clubs .
and how is enteriment there is goood or what?????

janine wakeford

RE: south end sea

by SamiDurrani

hi there - what kinda fun r u looking for? :-)

RE: south end sea

by VirtuosoRusty

Never mind that Janine. With the intelligence your message so clearly demonstrates, you will feel completely at home in Essex.

RE: RE: south end sea

by sirenna

Now now! No all parts of Essex are the same. There's a big difference between Southend and Tilbury, for example. Ot Pitsea and Thaxted!

RE: south end sea

by rushen

hey janine just wast to let you know that south africa always better lol...
enjoy love you loads

RE: south end sea

by mrs_mole

There are much nicer parts of Essex, but I suppose for a youngster it would be tolerable. There might be a couple of nightclubs. I understand that the main form of entertainment is the boy racers who cruise up and down the promendae on a Friday night. There is reasonable shopping, and a couple of theatres. The beach is awful (nearly as bad as the football team :)). I would say that the best thing in Southend is the railway line, which can get you to Central London in just under an hour.

RE: RE: south end sea

by sirenna

I wish it had a better selection of restaurants...

Travel Tips for Southend-on-Sea

Southchurch Hall Park & Museum

by gabriellefox

Southchurch Hall museum is housed in the half-timbered medieval manor house, which dates to the early 14th century. The house was restored in the late 1920s, having been purchased by Thomas Dowsett and presented to the town for use as a museum or library. For many years the Hall was used as a branch library but, was converted to museum use.

It is now laid out in a series of period rooms, the great open hall reflecting life in the later middle ages. The solar wing displays life in Tudor and Stuart times, while the service wing is devoted to domestic life through several centuries. On the first floor is a Victorian bedroom.

An ideal setting for discovering what life was like in medieval, Tudor and Stuart and Victorian times, educational groups make constant use of the Hall throughout the year. Visitors are encouraged to touch and handle many of the items in the great hall, which are used in the exciting and varied educational work of Southchurch Hall.

On entering the Hall, set at the centre of a small park, it is difficult to remember that you are in the middle of large modern town. This is especially the case when you are greeted at the entrance by Sir Robert, our very own Tudor lord of the manor. This museum and the park which surrounds it has many bird wildlife. I used to be such a frequent visitor that the ducks and geese used to follow me around endlessly even when I had run out of bread to feed them. I used to sit and paint water colours here during my school holidays. I love this park.

Kids Kingdom

by marsistanbul

8000 square foot play area of bouncy inflatable obstacle courses,climbs,runs and tubular slides,including a 14 foot vertical drop slide and 14 foot jelly mountain.A dedicated pre-school area has soft play and small twist slides.Large thermed diner,regular BBQ in summer.Can be booked for special after hours parties for "young at heart" adults :)
Days open;daily except Christmas Day,Boxing Day,and New Year's Day.
Times open; 10.ooam-18.ooam
Prices;pls see web page.
address;Garon Park,Eastern Avenue,Southend-on-Sea

Southend Pier..

by marsistanbul

At the heart of Southend is the legendary pier,the longest pleasure pier in the world.The late poet laureate Sir John Betjeman,once a frequent visitor to the town,declared: "The Pier is Southend,Southend is the Pier." One of the Pier trains is actually named after him.
Strecthing for 1.33 miles into the Thames Estuary,the celebrated landmark was originally built from wood in around 1830 but was replaced in 1889 by a new iron pier that has suffered-and survived-perilous fires,boat crashes and two world wars.
Today the pier attracts almost half a million visitors a year and is a unique fusion of old and new.Through many enduring features,including its pier trains,it retains a nostalgic charm for those who enjoy returning to relieve childhood memories of the seaside.
Meanwhile its stylish award-winning entrance,renewed decking,designer seating,lighting,CCTV,customer help points,sundeck and improved access for the disabled and pushchairs have moved the attraction into the 21st century.

Palace Theatre

by marsistanbul

A much-celebrated venue for enthralling drama,stand-up comedy and intimate musical performances,the Palace Theatre has brought the magic of the stage to Southend for over 90 years.
Opened in 1912,the theatre was a modern structure for its time,boasting clear and uninterrupted views for the audience.In the years since,the theatre has explored a variety of artistic directions and hosted some of the best repertory theatre on offer.

a vibrant,cosmopolitan town...SOUTHEND ON-SEA

by marsistanbul

"with something for everyone.."

In recent years the world famous pier has been given a dramatic facelift,with award-winning results.Along with the sundeck and RNLI Lifeboat Station at the pier head,the new pier entrance and bridge is a welcome addition to the town's famous landmark winning the 2003 Royal Institute of British Architects 'Architecture for Tourism Award'.

Coupled with the recent development of Pier Hill,which has transformed the town's skyline and fused the High Street with the seafront,the new-look pier and open landsccaping of the surrounding area encapsulates everything Southend is progressing towards.

Meanwhile,the High Street itself has been brought into the 21st century with contemporary street furniture,lighting and paving.In addition,the instruction of electronic information points has given everyone round-the clock access to a wide variety of services..

"The Pier is Southend,Southend is the Pier"

At the heart of Southend is the legendary pier,the longest pleasure pier in the world.The late poet laureate Sir John Betjeman,once a frequent visitor to the town,declared: "The Pier is Southend,Southend is the Pier."One of the pier trains is actually named after him..

"Crazy English summer.."


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