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Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge and the path which ran along it. The path here runs either way, and we chose to head down the river stour towards Harwich Docks. A nice walk and pretty quiet. - Picture of A House For Essex, Manningtree

Photo: Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge and the path which ran along it. The path here runs either way, and we chose to head down the river stour towards Harwich Docks. A nice walk and pretty quiet.

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Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge and the path which ran along it. The path here runs either way, and we chose to head down the river stour towards Harwich Docks. A nice walk and pretty quiet.
Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge and the path which ran along it. The path here runs either way, and we chose to head down the river stour towards Harwich Docks. A nice walk and pretty quiet.
Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge and the path which ran along it. The path here runs either way, and we chose to head down the river stour towards Harwich Docks. A nice walk and pretty quiet.
Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge and the path which ran along it. The path here runs either way, and we chose to head down the river stour towards Harwich Docks. A nice walk and pretty quiet.
Very comfortable accommodation and filled with interesting items and information.
There is plenty of parking space in front of the house.
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Cheekycockney190757 wrote a review May 2021
Basildon, United Kingdom4,830 contributions223 helpful votes
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Visited on Saturday 17th April 2021 to Wrabness Nature Reserve, to walk a little of the Essex Way and see Grayson Perry's House for Essex, holiday let. We parked at Wrabness Train Station and walked the circa 150m past Grayson Perry's House for Essex onwards to the waters edge
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Date of experience: April 2021
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