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This was our second visit to the Mistley Thorn and once again we were not disappointed. Lovely big room, fantastic comfy bed, hot showers and delicious smelling REN toiletries. A lovely treat was eat g home made biscuits with our early morning tea! Everywhere is...More
I booked a stay with dinner and breakfast package for my partner's birthday. We received a friendly welcome and shown our room which was on the top floor with a view of the river. We had a walk up the road to the Mistleythorn Kitchen...More
In the seventeenth century, the building was owned by the notorious self=styled witchfinder general, Matthew Hopkins,,,but don't let that put you off. Despite the in-yer-face poster of the '70s movie, 'Witchfinder', on the first=floor landing, there's nothing about Mistley House to give you the creeps....More
We booked at the last minute after a family health crisis and were lucky to choose the Thorn as everthing worked out very well. Our room, in an annexe, was large and comfortable, and, although near the road, very quiet thanks to a very effective...More
Had dinner bed and breakfast on a Sunday with the hotels offer for £100 per couple.
Excellent value.We stayed in a very spacious room (no 2) with views over looking a river.Dinner and breakfast spot on.The staff friendly and helpful.
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US$134 - US$218 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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