Great Seaside Cafes in Essex

While enjoying the best beaches in Essex, you may well find yourself peckish. Never fear! As a top-rated Stansted B&B nestled in the Essex market town of Great Dunmow, we love our region, and we know our region. Thus, we can guide you to some great seaside cafes in Essex.

Find Great Seaside Cafes in Essex

Essex is tailor-made for summer nights away. From big events such as the RiZE Festival to scenic walking routes the region offers so much to visitors. Moreover, with excellent transport links from Stansted, Essex is in reach for people up and down the country. Summer is a great time to visit Essex, enjoy our beaches and get refreshed at our seaside cafes.

Great Seaside Cafes in Essex

Billy Hundreds, Southend-on-Sea

1. Billy Hundreds, Southend-on-Sea

First, garnering national attention as one of the 10 best seaside cafes in the UK, Billy Hundreds is the culmination of a family’s 140 year-old legacy in the British Fish Trade. Set on the beach with stunning views of the estuary and pier, Billy Hundreds offers fresh, great-tasting dining in a relaxed atmosphere.

2. Armstrong’s at the Pavilion

Next, Armstrong’s at the Pavilion in Clacton-on-Sea. Offering contemporary dining with incredible views and top service, Armstrong’s is popular with locals and visitors alike. Dedicated to catering to a range of dietary requirements, there’s plenty of tasty gluten-free and vegetarian options along with more traditional fare.

3. The Labworth, Canvey Island

Finally, The Labworth in Canvey Island. Set in an iconic 1930s modernist building with panoramic views over the Thames estuary, The Labworth offers a unique dining experience. Excellent for birthdays and special occasions, The Labworth consistent rates highly on Trip Advisor and provides a one-of-kind treat for visitors to Essex.

Have we convinced you yet? Essex’s beaches and seaside life offers so much to relax and refresh you. As a premier local establishment, Harwood House is perfectly placed to guide your travels. Book online and chill in our seaside breezes, glass of vino in hand.