Attractive property right on the sea front, literally 5 meters to the beach. Sea front garden to enjoy BBQ's etc and when the sea goes out you can collect mussels, cockles, oysters etc.
If you like water sports there is a jetty further up for launching jet-skis and motor boats.
The bungalow itself is fully equipped with everything you should require. The top garden is just in front of the beach which has a boundary picket fence to stop the little ones escaping and a gate at the back.
STRICTLY NO DOGS OR OTHER PETS ALLOWED
Relax: Point Clear is recorded as being the driest area in the British Isles with the least rainfall.
Make the most of the summer months by relaxing on the beach or windsurfing on a blustery day. The sea sometimes resembles a mill pond at high tide, it can be so calm.
If you like sea fishing you can cast from the beach and catch bass and plaice (and crabs of course).
At dusk enjoy the sunset over Mersea Island it makes a lovely ending to the day.
These properties are quite unique because of their situation right on top of the beach. You can have bbq's on the beach as long as you tidy up afterwards. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy yourself.
STRICTLY NO DOGS OR OTHER PETS ALLOWED.
Dining & Entertainment: If you like dining out in the evenings we recommend The White Hart public house/restaurant which is 2 miles away and serves fantastic home made food all from local produce.
Or on the site there is a fish & chip shop, a Chinese take-away,
local pub which children are welcome and entertainment.
St Osyths has restaurants and pubs for dining.(Chinese & Indian)
We recommend St Osyth's for fish and chips.
The Ferryboat public House 10 minutes walk and allows children. Outside the pub is a hot food hut which is open until 1.00am.
Point Clear shares its area with 'The Orchards Holiday Village'.
Although it is not a part of it and is separated from this area. As you are staying in a bungalow you will not be allowed access to |The Orchards Holiday Village|.
St Osyth has over 17 miles of coastline and was designated a Port in the 13thC. So boat building and coastal trade is a huge part of its history. Cargoes of hay and straw for London's stables and loads of sheeps cheese and butter also.
There are 120 listed buildings in St Osyth, 78 are within the Historic Town limits. Many of the farmhouses are listed, several now offer holiday accomodation. The moated aisled St Cleres Hall has been in continuous residential occupation since 1320 AD.
The main settlement of the village is designated as an Historic Town, and as such is protected by a long established and extensive conservation area. St Osyth is in essence a small medieval town clustered around the precinct walls of a once powerful Priory.
The Parish Church inside dominates the open space and is a grade I listed building which is very large and gives a clue to the prosperity of the village in Tudor and Georgian periods.
Time Team featured a search for the medieval quay a few years ago