Hi are you pet friendly also do you do an evening meal and bed and breakfast rate

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In East Anglia, the warmest time of the year is July and August, when maximum temperatures average around 21 °C (70 °F). The coolest time of the year is January and February, when minimum temperatures average around 1 °C (34 °F)

Holland-on-Sea has a football club called Holland F.C. and also is home to a cricket pitch used by the Clacton Cricket Club, however Holland-on-Sea itself does not have a team.[citation needed]

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Holland-on-Sea was known as Little Holland, a small village until the early 20th century.[citation needed]

We would like to have a short break at the Kingscliff Hotel but am really worried about the noise. Does it really go on all night? If so, would a inland facing room be better and have you any suggestions?

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There are several elected representatives at different levels of government which act for Holland-on-Sea, Essex.[who?]

Gotta be better than asking for an omelette for breakfast. sausage, bacon and tomato. ALL ingredients chopped up in the omelette? paid for 3 breakfast, only had the one-that was enough

There are seven Eastern MEPs that represent this area in the European Parliament. They scrutinise proposed European laws and the budget of the European Union, and provide oversight of its other decision-making bodies.[citation needed] The current MEPs are Vicky Ford(Conservative), Andrew Duff (Liberal Democrat), David Campbell Bannerman (Conservative), Stuart Agnew (UK Independence), Richard Howitt (Labour), Geoffrey Van Orden (Conservative) and Robert Sturdy (Conservative).[1]

Holland-on-Sea is the home of the Gunfleet Sailing Club, based near the junction of Marine Parade and Hazelmere Road. The Gunfleet Sailing Club was named after the Gunfleet Sands, a sand bank situated approximately 7 miles from the coast of Walton on the Naze stretching towards Clacton, the site of the abandoned Gunfleet Lighthouse and Gunfleet Sands Offshore Wind Farm.[citation needed]

Free for local residents before 10.30am. Ticket required at all times after 10.30am

The singer Sade lived in the town with her family between the ages of 11 and 18.

1 hour - £1.20Up to 2 Hours - £2.204 hours - £4.00All Day - £5.00Tendring Residents and Beach Hut - £20.00Owners PermitAnnual Season Ticket (B) Permit - £190.00 Blue Badge holders may park for 3 hours free of charge providing clock is set to arrival time and badge is displayed with expiry date and wheelchair symbol facing outwards.  For more information please call 01255 686969

The County Councillor for Clacton East represents the area on Essex County Council. The County Council is responsible for local services, including education, social services, transport, roads (except trunk roads and motorways), public rights of way and libraries.[citation needed] Most County Councillors are not paid a salary, but receive a basic allowance for the work they do. [1]

Clacton on Sea Essex England CO15 5TZ

East Anglia's average annual rainfall is about 605 millimetres, with October to January being the wettest months.[citation needed]

There are two St Bartholomews District Councillors which represent the area at Tendring District Council. The District Council is responsible for local services, planning, council housing and refuse collection. Most district councillors are not paid a salary, but receive a basic allowance for the work they do. The current district councillors are Colin Cowlin (Holland-on-Sea Residents' Association) and Kanagasund-Ram King (Holland-on-Sea Residents' Association).[1]

Tel: 01255 686868Town HallStation RoadClacton-on-SeaEssex, CO15 1SE

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Can anyone tell me what the breakfasts are like. Is it all you can eat or order off a menu.

Hi you are coming up in pet friendly is this the case also do you do a evening meal bed and breakfast rate many thanks.

The local MP which covers this area is covered by the Clacton MP which represents the area in the House of Commons. The House of Commons is responsible for making laws in the UK and for overall scrutiny of all aspects of government. The current MP is Douglas Carswell (UKIP).[1]

During the Second World War Holland-on-Sea was fortified against German attack. There is a martello tower in nearby Clacton, which was also used during the Second World War. There is a Second World War pill box in Holland Haven Country Park. After the Second World War Holland-on-Sea went back to being a holiday town.[citation needed]

Holland-on-Sea is a seaside town in east Essex in the United Kingdom. Located south of the little village of Great Holland and directly north of Clacton-on-Sea, it has bus links to Walton-on-the-Naze and Clacton-on-Sea. It is a short coastal walk down the coastline to Clacton.