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Stay At Marygreen Manor During The Brentwood Festival

Brentwood festival accomodation

            Brentwood Festival Accommodation 

Festivals are the epitome of summer fun, especially here in the UK. From V Festival to Lovebox, there’s something for everyone happening up and down the country. In fact, people travel the length and breadth of the UK in order to make their most favourite festivals and the annual Brentwood Festival is certainly no exception to the rule.

This year, the Brentwood festival will be spanning the course of three days from Friday 14th July to Sunday 16th July. With the likes of Jocelyn Brown, Status Quo, Go West, The Real Thing and Heaven 17 being in the line-up, it’s no wonder that #BwdFest17 (that’s what the cool kids are calling it) is looking to be the most popular one yet. Based in the Brentwood Centre, the festival will not only offer musical talents to entertain the masses but a whole host of excitement including a food village, market stalls and even a fairground for the smaller ones (and the big kids too), which means no matter what you fancy doing on the day, they’ll be something to take your fancy. With that in mind, crowds are expected to be within the thousands and while camping is available, many choose not to, especially after a long day in the sun. For those looking for something a little more glam, or even just free from mud and fields with a hint of ‘fresh running water’, local hotels are often the answer.

Being quite literally a hop, skip and jump from the Marygreen Manor makes us one of the go to hotels for those in need of accommodation and being just a month and half away means it’s time to start booking. Jump online today and check out our variety of rooms where you can enjoy a hot bath, a fresh bed and full English before a day’s partying in the sunshine filled fields of the Brentwood Centre. Better yet, call 01277 225252 today.

Festival Season Has Just Begun In Our Wonderful County Of Essex

Musical note

Festival Season Has Just Begun

If you didn’t get to the annual Brentwood Festival this past weekend then don’t worry your pretty little head because festival season is in full swing and showing absolutely no signs of stopping just yet. Arguably, the biggest festival in Essex every year, V Festival, is happening in a mere matter of weeks running on the 22nd and 23rd of August just a few minutes drive away in the picturesque surroundings of Hylands Park. Headlining will be music giants such as Kasabian, Tom Jones, Calvin Harris and even Ellie Goulding but the fun doesn’t stop there, not only will they be offering magical moments on their plethora of stages but they’ll also boast a comedy stage to keep you laughing from dusk until dawn.

Festivals in Essex have everything to offer

Elsewhere in our rather fabulous county however we’ve got a number of other festivals that are guaranteed to appeal, especially if you love your food. Running from Saturday 29th to Sunday 30th August, the Clacton on Sea Food and Drink Festival will be held at the Marine Parade West. This festival promises a wide variety of stalls offering a scrumptious selection of foods. Whether you take a picnic or choose to sample the local produce on offer is entirely up to you.

Sophisticated times at the Roman River Music Festival in Essex

If you’re looking for something a little more music based however, then the Roman River Music Festival in September is guaranteed to give you your monies worth. Running at various locations in and around Essex from 18th September until 4th October it boasts philharmonic tones and the more contemporary sounds of Fiona Bevan.

Make this festival season the best yet with great accommodation in Essex

What we have discovered over the years however is that nothing is guaranteed to spoil an awesome festival weekend like a long and disjointed journey home and that’s exactly where we can help. The Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant offers not only incredibly luxurious accommodation guaranteed to make you feel better after a day spent in the muddy fields of a festival, but it also offers great transport links for everything that’s happening this festival season. So grab those wellingtons and don’t forget the sunscreen to beat the heat and live it up in what looks to be one of the biggest festival seasons we’ve seen in Essex for years.
For information on accommodation and our great rates this summer, simply contact us today.

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