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Weeley is a charming semi-rural setting situated in one of the most picturesque corners of the Essex countryside – the beautiful Tendring Peninsula. It is a location where you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the area’s gently rolling landscape, with easy connections by road and rail to nearby towns, larger cities and the vibrant ‘sunshine’coastline right on your doorstep.
At Millers Green amenities for day to day living can be found locally. Weeley's local convenience store and post office is ideal for everyday essentials and the delicious aromas from the bakery opposite may entice you in for that little extra treat. The highly regarded St. Andrew's Church of England Primary School is just a short distance away, and the village hall next door plays host to a range of regular social groups, functions and local events.
For a relaxed evening out close to home, or a well-earned drink after a day at work, the local pubs offer a friendly atmosphere, with a further fantastic variety of country pubs and highly regarded eateries to be found in and around the towns and villages that neighbour Weeley.
The historic Weeleyhall Wood, which has existed for centuries, is just a short walk away and is one of the finest surviving ancient woodlands in the area. Managed by Essex Wildlife Trust, it's renowned for its incredible carpet of bluebells every spring and is ideal for morning jogs, relaxing afternoon strolls, or pleasant summer evening walks with your friends and family.
SOME OF THE most WELL KNOWN AND beautiful parts of the Essex coastline are within easy reach OF Home.
For a traditional bucket and spade day out, the seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea is less than 15 minutes away by car, with its traditional pier and seafront attractions.
Alternatively, just a little further along the coast you will find the more peaceful town of Frinton-on-Sea, featuring tree-lined avenues of period houses, a high street full of attractive boutiques, galleries and cafés, a highly regarded golf course, cricket and tennis clubs and ample parking along the renowned seafront. It’s beautiful sandy beach and famous beach huts are crowned by the well kept greensward and are ever popular in the summer and winter alike.
Nearby, Walton-on-the-Naze is home to a marina located by a stunning nature reserve and a unique 18th century tower overlooks the cliffs and shoreline. On a good day, fossil hunters have been known to find fossilised shells, sharks’ teeth and petrified wood mingling with the sand.
Travel a short distance to the east of Weeley Heath and serious boat-lovers will find a haven in Brightlingsea marina, whilst walkers will love the old quayside, eateries, friendly pubs and small shops of Wivenhoe, which are both around 15 minutes by car from Millers Green.