Marygreen Manor Hotel, Brentwood

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Marygreen Manor Hotel, Brentwood

15th century Tudor Manor House Hotel situated in extensive grounds 1 hour from London.

Room information

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General information

Summary

  • 15th century buildings
  • Breakfast included
  • Free car parking (on site)
  • Historic Property

Facilities

  • Internet access for a charge
  • Shared gardens
  • Children's cots
  • Children's highchairs

Food and Drinks

  • Restaurant
  • Tea room
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Lunch available (at additional cost)
  • Dinner available (at additional cost)
  • Bar

Nearby recreations

  • Recommended walks
  • Beach (a short drive)
  • Pub (walking distance)
  • Museums (walking distance)
  • Historic houses
  • Gardens
  • Golf course (walking distance)
  • Recommended restaurants (walking distance)
  • Theatre (a short drive)

This luxury 4 star, privately owned hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Brentwood, less than an hour to central London. Well appointed, comfortable, air conditioned rooms provide the perfect base for the busy executive, with work desk and high speed internet access. Wi-Fi is available in all public areas. Leisure guests will enjoy the tranquil setting and old world charm of this historic building.

History to the present day

Since the early 13th century, continuous sequences of quite prestigious timber- framed single residences have existed on this site. In 1535 the estate was named Manor of Mary Green after Robert Wright’s bride. From 1723 until well into the 19th century, the story is mainly one of absentee landlords and yeoman farmers. In 1840 the railway track was driven through part of the land.
During World War II, the house was requisitioned for use by the Army and in the 1950’s was given a facelift by the removal of the external plaster to reveal the original timbers.
The house first became a hotel in 1968 and with the construction of the additional buildings in keeping with it’s Tudor tradition, was called The Moat House. In 1994, the ownership of the hotel was acquired by the then manager Paul Pearson who reverted to the old name Marygreen Manor.

Food and Drinks

Winner of “The Best Hotel Restaurant” in the 2009 Essex Food & Drink Awards, Tudors Restaurant is set in The Baronial Hall of this original 16th century Manor House. With its warm interiors and high beamed ceiling Tudors offers the perfect setting for any occasion. Tudors offers international cuisine from a stunning a la Carte and Du Jour Menus, complimented by the award winning wine list. Period rooms are available for private dining. Guests can relax in the bar area before and after dinner. 
The Tudors restaurant is closed for Dinner (evening) on Sundays and Bank Holidays - Residents Menu Available.

Guests can also relax in the extensive bar/lounge area where a selection of light meals are available.

Grounds and gardens

The garden of the Mary Green Manor is an oasis of calm tranquillity. In early spring the garden is full of the gorgeous scent from the two wisteria plants that cascade over the tiled roofs of the main house and chapel, framing, on one side, the large ornate stained glass window found in the end wall. During the summer months guests can enjoy full table service in the garden. Choose from a delicious light meal, a delicious Afternoon Tea or just a cool drink. 

The conservatory, nestling in the corner of the garden under the dappled shade provided by the large Japanese oak tree, provides the ideal area to enjoy the garden whilst dining with larger groups or enjoying afternoon tea during the winter months.

Other facilities

High Speed Internet access in all rooms. WiFi in all public areas.Free on-site parking. Babysitting/Child Services. Dry Cleaning. Currency Exchange. Designated Smoking Area.

Arrival information and how to find us

Address: London Road, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 4NR, United Kingdom

Check In: From 2.00pm. Check Out: By 11.00am.

Directions: From the M25 exit at Junction 28 signposted Brentwood. Take the road off the roundabout, signposted Brentwood A1023 not the A12. You should now be on Brook Street. Proceed straight through two sets of traffic lights. The Hotel is situated 200 yards on the right hand side. 

Nearest train station: Brentwood

Cancellation Terms

Cancellation fee as percentage of booking value depending on when the booking is cancelled.
More than 14 days notice: 0 % of booking value for night in question plus a single £10.00 admin fee
Number of days notice: from 14 to 8 days: 25 % of booking value for night in question plus a single £10.00 admin fee
Number of days notice: from 7 to 1 days: 50 % of booking value for night in question plus a single £10.00 admin fee
Trying to cancel for same night (or if they don't show up): 100 % of booking value for night in question

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