Mersea Island Holiday Park
East Mersea, Essex
Cross the Blackwater Estuary onto Mersea Island in Essex and you are in a different world, a world where you can be your best, most carefree self. As you unwind, take time to explore and discover all the hidden gems that the island has to offer, with Mersea Island Holiday Park as your tranquil base.
Whether you're looking for spectular views or all the joys of a traditional seaside holiday, Mersea Island has it all!
Dine on local shellfish at the West Mersea Oyster Bar, seek out the coloured beach huts or take a dip in our lovely indoor swimming pool to refresh your body and soul. And for refreshment of a different kind, head over to the local vineyard for some of England’s finest wines and gins.
With historic Colchester only a short drive away, there is so much to explore that you’ll wonder why you’ve never heard of this hidden gem before. Right next door to Cudmore Grove National Park which has a spectacular private beach, Mersea Island Holiday Park is paradise for dogs too, and we’re ready to welcome you and your four-legged friends for a holiday to remember, far from the madding crowd.
Once you have discovered Mersea Island and enjoyed the hospitality of our team of Holiday Heroes, we’re sure you’ll want to come back time and time again!
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Introducing our exclusive Away Resorts accommodation
Perfect for those looking for that extra bit of space, a bit of added luxury or if there is a group of you, then look no further than our fantastic TriBeCa’s.
From lodges to caravans, we've plenty of options
Our caravans have been brilliantly designed to create the perfect space for holidays, long or short. There is a great choice whether you are budget conscious or wanting to splash out.
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We absolutely love staying here, perfect dog friendly resort, 5 minute walk to a quiet beach...Harry Johnson
Whilst you wait... just think about being in your swimmers, the sun's out and the smiles are big