Swallow The George Hotel Colchester

3 Stars

  High Street, 116 - CO1 1TD - Colchester, United Kingdom View Map

From US$ 75.00(?) Book

This 500 year-old coaching house, is steeped in history, located in the heart of Colchester, Britain's oldest recorded town. The Hotel reflects the style and elegance of a bygone era. This is an charming hotel in a lively and up and coming destination, famous for its nightlife. MT-07/06
The George hotel is located in the centre of Colchester, on the high street. The famous Roman castle is just a 1 minute walk. There are many shops, bars and restaurants nearby in this lively town! High flying Colchester United FC's Layer Road ground is approximately a 5 minute drive.

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Hotel Details


The small lobby leads into the lounge with a small seating area with wooden floors and rugs.


A traditional hotel, tudor in design the hotel still retains many of its original features.


The rooms vary in size but are mainly medium and are kept in fair condition along with the Bathrooms. Many rooms retain original oak beams and chandelier lights. All rooms are en-suite with colour TV, radio, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.


The 'brasserie' restaurant provides guests with the choice of an International cuisine. Light snacks or full meals are also available throughout the day in the lounge.

Hotel facilities

  •  Check-in at From 12:00
  •  Laundry Service
  •  Voltage 240

The Swallow The George Hotel Colchester offers a laundry service.

Rooms facilities

  •  Television
  •  Satellite TV
  •  Alarm Clock
  •  Radio

The Swallow The George Hotel Colchester offers the use of a TV in the rooms. The hotel offers a wake up service for guests. The accommodation offers a radio service for its guests.

 Guests' Reviews

United Kingdom

Very Good: 4.1/5 More Details

Great central town location

This is the second time i have stayed in the george, the reason being its central location. the price of my room was very competitive and this was reflected in the room itself, which was quite small, incredibly squeaky uneven flooring, which is to be expected in an old listed building. the en-suite facilities were fine, but my room was at the front of the building overlooking the high street, and there is a fair amount of noise, which again you would expect from a central hotel. my previous room was at the back of the hotel and was considerably larger, and this was reflected in the price. you pay your money....
there is a hotel car park at the back of the hotel, but i was surprised to be asked for a £10 payment for 1 days parking, i think this should be complementary with a booking.



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