Ever have that sinking feeling when your boss asks you to arrange a conference or a party? Well, have no fear, Wivenhoe House based. Edge Hotel School lecturer Philip Berners has written a comprehensive guide to organising events. The Practical Guide to Organising Events, published by Routledge, is a useful step by step guide for […]
If you’re the designated driver or opting not to drink alcohol for health reasons, it can appear a bit flat not to have a glass of fizz in your hands at celebration time. It can be equally frustrating when everyone has gathered for your special occasion, such as your baby shower, and the closest you […]
Grab an early lunch on Wednesday 28 June to tour the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance’s new helicopter which is landing outside Wivenhoe House on Wednesday 28 June between 12.30 and 1.00 pm. The visit is part of a special anniversary tour marking a decade of the partnership between Essex and Hertfordshire and 20 years […]
Following our successful art day last year, we are opening up the grounds of Wivenhoe House, painted by Constable in 1816, for artists to set up their easels and paint. Our main house is a Grade II listed building with beautiful landscape gardens, lakes and parkland. Opening Times Saturday 9 September: 0900-1600 Sunday 10 September: […]
The Essex and Suffolk coastline is dotted with traditional seaside resorts offering fun for all the family. Clacton, less than 14 miles from Wivenhoe House, is definitely worth a visit during your stay, even if it is just for a go on the penny slots.
HotelsCombined recognize Wivenhoe House Hotel amongst the best hotels in the United Kingdom
Country Life magazine has issued some tips for a perfect wedding day as they urge people to resist the temptation to spend big.
Conference and events manager at Wivenhoe House hotel, Sarah Bowman, from Ipswich, has been named as one of the hospitality industry’s most talented stars, aged under 30.
National Waiters’ Day Race sped into action at Wivenhoe House hotel when hotel staff and hospitality students took part in this charity fund-raiser.
Beautiful gardens are one thing, but there’s nothing better than creating an environment that attracts a variety of wildlife just outside your own back door.
WHERE WE AREfind us, however you travel
Whether approaching Wivenhoe House from London and the South or Ipswich and the North via the A12, take the exit marked Colchester (A133). Follow the A133 towards Clacton, ignore the entrance to the Knowledge Gateway, continue along the A133 then take the B1028 for Wivenhoe before turning right into Boundary Road, then right again into Park Road. The entrance for Wivenhoe House is shared with the University of Essex but Park Road leads you through Wivenhoe Park and you will be able to see the glorious house from the road.For Sat Nav please use CO7 9HT and then follow signage to Wivenhoe House. Please note, some Sat Navs may direct you to the wrong side of Wivenhoe Park so please check our PDF Map
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Colchester station, Colchester Town station, Wivenhoe station and Hythe stations are all between 10-15 minutes from Wivenhoe House by car. Trains run between London (Liverpool Street) and Colchester station every 10-20 minutes. The journey takes around an hour. Also connect with Colchester from Norwich, Ipswich, Felixstowe & Harwich. Some trains from London (Liverpool Street) also stop at Wivenhoe Station. When travelling from the Clacton/Walton direction, alight at Wivenhoe or Hythe Stations.
Stansted airport is approximately 45 minutes from Wivenhoe House by car. Helicopter pad coordinates are 603200/223900.