The Muddy Duck is the park’s local clubhouse which is perfect for a refreshing drink and is open everyday for you enjoy a tipple with friends and family. Although the clubhouse does not serve food, you can buy crisps or snacks and there’s also weekend entertainment* which goes hand-in-hand with a cold one!
For those who fancy cooking up a treat at home, our handy on-site shop has all the basics you need to whip up a delicious dish back at base. As all our accommodation features a fully-equipped kitchen, it’s nice and easy to make breakfast, lunch and dinner without leaving the holiday home.
Sat beside the Blackwater this welcoming bar and restaurant is a great place to visit for a drink, lunch or dinner. There is a wide and varied menu with a specials board that offers great fresh fish straight from the fishermen’s nets! There’s plenty of outside seating with brilliant views of the water, and it’s child friendly, offering a good choice on the children’s menu.
Using local ingredients and freshly landed fish The Victory prides itself on serving good food. It’s casual dining and lovely setting overlooking the Blackwater estuary and the North Sea makes for a great place to enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner. For those just wanting to relax and enjoy a drink, the bar area has comfy leather sofas and a large beer garden that can be enjoyed in the good whether.
West Mersea Oyster Bar offers fresh seafood and fish and is renowned for it local oysters. You can takeaway, which comes in handy if you want to eat and enjoy back in your holiday accommodation, you can give them a call to order or can pop in to collect. The restaurant is fully licensed and offers a good range of beer, wine and soft drinks.
Now if it’s coffee and cake you’re after then this is the place to find it! Lovely homemade dishes, sandwiches, cakes and treats, all in lovely setting. An added bonus is that the cafe space is also used as a small gallery showing work from a wide range of artists, many local, with everything from paintings to ceramics, jewellery to photography.
If you’re a fan of seafood then this little treasure is not to be missed! It’s reputation for fantastic fresh, straight off the boat, fish and seafood now stretches across the country, with fans travelling for miles to have a lunch at this quirky eatery. The Company Shed when busy and can be hard to get a table, but it is worth the visit, there is a first come first served waiting list!
Offering a delicious and traditional table services in comfortable surroundings. Why not pop in for a light lunch or a natter of some afternoon tea and enjoy a wide range of sweet and savory delights. Take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the Jam Factory on the lower floor !