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The George Hotel the most iconic and oldest hotel set in the heart of Colchester, England's oldest city, right on the high street and approximately 100 yards from Colchester Castle. History resonates throughout the 500 year old coaching inn which is home to the stylish Courtyard Brasserie, serving excellent English a la carte dishes and daily specials. It features 47 spacious, individually decorated bedrooms equipped to a high standard and free WiFi throughout the facility. Outstanding Service Relaxation and quality services are guaranteed at the hotel which operates a 24-hour front desk offering a range of facilities including tour/ticket assistance and room service. We look forward to welcoming you for an enjoyable and memorable stay at one of Essex's most historic hotels. There is on site parking available. Car Parking charges apply.
Went for Sunday Lunch. We used to go regularly but haven't been for some time now as Colchester is not as nice a town or shopping centre as it used to be.
The George is now incredibly shabby. The loos are exceptionally so. And the...More
Booked a couple of months ago to have Christmas lunch with a couple of friends. We choose what we wanted when we booked. We were shown our table but sat for 20 minutes before anyone came to table. Then another 25 minutes before 1st course...More
Just returned from having our Christmas lunch with 2 friends, I have to say we were all very disappointed. The service was awful, no one came to serve us, we had actually pre booked our table and meal. We were told by a young lad...More
The hotel is over 600 years old with an original wall to show for it. There is no getting away from that. My room was comfortable but a bit worn and the plumbing was temperamental. In my room in the 400's wing the WiFi did...More
The George is a historic former coaching inn in Colchester High Street. You must understand that parts of this building are 700 years old, so it has wonky bits and creaky and uneven floors in places. It is going to be refurbished soon, so there...More