We welcome you to Crouch Valley Lodge
Crouch Valley Lodge (right) is nestled in the heart of the Dengie Peninsula situated in the Essex village of Latchingdon amongst pleasant surroundings and has highly recommended rooms at reasonable rates.
Dengie is a peninsula in Essex, England, that once formed a hundred of the same name. The peninsula is formed by the River Crouch to the south, the Blackwater to the north, both of which are tidal, and the North Sea to the east. The eastern part of the peninsula is marshy and forms the Dengie Marshes.
The lodge has 15 rooms all have free WiFi internet access, laminate wood flooring, a digital reception TV and pure white linen, ensuring a pleasant stay.
Close by is the town of Maldon (left) this ancient Essex town, with its oldest part sitting high on a hill overlooking the blackwater estuary.
Maldon is one of the oldest recorded towns in Essex, a walk up the High Street to the crest of the town reveals many buildings whose brick facades conceal medieval timber frames.
Crouch Valley Lodge is an excellent base from which to explore this historic part of the Essex Coast line, which is full of surprises and natural beauty.
Nearby are the towns of Burnham on Crouch (shown at the top), Maldon and a little further is the seaside resort of Southend on Sea.