Burnt Mill Cottage – Some useful links
Please visit some of our recommended websites, some of which may help during your visit to the area.
The historic beauty of this exquisite Elizabethan mansion, with its rich history, wondrous tranquillity and meticulously kept gardens, will provide a unique and exquisite setting for your party. We specialise in offering our guests a unique, tailor-made experience for private functions, weddings, corporate days and other exciting events.
The Award winning High House is a stunning wedding venue set in six acres of landscaped gardens and rolling meadow in the Essex countryside. Offering a luxurious yet quaint setting, High House is exclusively yours for your perfect wedding day.
Mangapps Railway Museum is a privately owned working railway and museum established on a farm at Burnham on Crouch, Essex. It features a ¾ mile standard gauge passenger carrying line, with restored stations, signal boxes and ancillary equipment removed from various sites throughout East Anglia and beyond.
A friendly and relaxed members club where new members, societies and visitors are always assured a warm welcome. Our 18 hole, par 70 (par 72 for Ladies) course is set amidst 120 acres of open countryside with panoramic views of the River Crouch. Visitors are welcome Monday to Friday, (excluding Thursday mornings) and Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
If you sail into Burnham on Crouch from the North Sea, the first building you will see on the starboard side will be a large conspicuous white block, which must have been a considerable shock to the inhabitants of the town when it was built in 1931. This is the Grade 2* listed building whose architect, Joseph Emberton, understood about wide windows, panoramic views and big balconies.
Situated on the seawall at the western end of Burnham just before the house boats. The club enjoys a private car park and dinghy park. Renowned for its Wednesday evening racing programme which attracts boats from all clubs on the river, from cruiser racers, squibs, 707’s, adult and junior dinghies etc.