Hidden Gems of Essex

sugar hut village

With Brentwood town, over the last few years, becoming a big contender on the Essex map, it’s no surprise people are discovering more and more of its hidden gems. From the rising popularity of Mick Norcross’ Sugarhut, the beautiful and vast open spaces of Thorndon Park, to one of the town’s more family friendly attractions, OldMac Donald’s Farm with its farm yard residents, tractor rides and visits from Peppa Pig, there’s something for everyone.

Though, not one of these appears to hold as much grandeur as Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant. Steeped in History, dating back to the time of the Tudors after becoming a firm favourite of Henry VIII and his then wife Catherine of Aragon, its links are still shown and displayed now with its beautiful original features throughout. Boasting deluxe rooms for its guests, with exquisite views of its finely manicured gardens, even larger suites are available for guests wanting that extra spacious feel.

old macdonalds farm

Dining at Marygreen Manor is second to none; home to perhaps the best Afternoon Tea Brentwood has to offer. The famous award winning Tudor Restaurant hosts one of the very finest dining experiences found in the county. Winners of ‘The best hotel restaurant in Essex’ award as well as 2 AA Rosettes, offering guests the opportunity to dine from a sumptuous A La Carte menu, simply divine.

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Perhaps down to a mixture of gorgeous original features, stunning gardens and amazing fine dining, Marygreen Manor has now become the most popular wedding venues Brentwood has. Offering packages to suit every budget with the availability of what can only be described as an exceptionally romantic Honeymoon Suite, leaving your guests with the pick of nothing short of luxury in the rest of the hotel. An Essex Wedding Venue to be envied with everything you need, leaving you more time to focus on the more important things.

For the more business minded, a number of conference and meeting rooms are available, ideal for training, interviews and product launches, in an ideal location for transport with its quick motorway links.

With everything you could possibly need, and putting Brentwood firmly on the map with a stomp of its Tudor boot, Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant is quality in every sense of the word.

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