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Welcome to Boswell House Hotel

Address: 118-120 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, CM2 6LF

Hotel Description

Situated in Chelmsford centre, Boswell House Hotel is half a mile from Chelmsford Railway Station. There is free private parking, a restaurant, and cosy rooms with free Wi-Fi. The bedrooms at Boswell House are traditionally decorated, and each has a private bathroom with free toiletries. Rooms also feature a work desk, tea/coffee facilities and a TV. Boswell House Restaurant serves British cuisine using fresh local produce. Award-winning breakfasts are available each morning, and the lounge bar offers a range of beverages and snacks. Just a short walk from Chelmsford’s lively centre, the Boswell House Hotel is a 10-minute walk from The Essex Records Office. The Essex County Cricket Club is a 15-minute walk away.

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Chelmsford Golf Club - Chelmsford - Golf

Chelmsford Golf Club - Chelmsford - Golf

Distance 1.58 miles (2.53 km)
Chelmsford Golf Club was formally constituted on May 4 1893. The 1890s was a time of a major golfing boom, and Chelmsford, which was formed mainly through the efforts of three keen golfers, Garrad Baker, J. Albert Copland and Walter M. de Zoete, was one of them. It is the 11th oldest club in the county. The entrance fee was set at two guineas with an annual subscription of one guinea for gentlemen and half a guinea for ladies. Today Chelmsford Golf Club is a well-established 18-hole parkland course, total yardage 5996, Par 68, SSS 69. For ladies, total yardage 5573, Par 72, SSS 72. It has excellent bar and catering facilities. The course is known throughout the county for its excellent condition in all seasons and the speed of the greens, which are faster than most. A course where every shot needs to be thought about if a good score is to be maintained for all 18 holes.

Writtle College - University

Writtle College - University

Distance 2.27 miles (3.63 km)
Established in 1893, Writtle College has been producing leaders in the land-based industries and organisations for over 100 years. Writtle is one of the oldest and largest specialist university colleges supporting careers focused on Business and the " Green Industries ". Writtle College has a well established international reputation with students studying in this College from over 50 nations currently, and with many of its past students now working, many in senior positions

Channels Golf Club - Chelmsford - Golf

Channels Golf Club - Chelmsford - Golf

Distance 2.7 miles (4.32 km)
The Channels Complex is set in 300 acres of beautiful mature Essex parkland. Founded in 1974 and starting life as a nine hole course on flat farm land. Over the years sand and gravel has been extracted from surrounding land, landscaped and restored to further golf holes. On 1st April, 1994 27 holes were complete and the Belsteads Course was opened. In years to come more holes will be added and eventually there will be two eighteen hole courses. Channels is our main eighteen hole course and mixes some of the old holes with some of the new. A magnificent course, boasting some of the finest greens in the county, superbly managed and kept in peak condition. Being mainly on restored land, it is quite unique to Essex with its numerous lakes and undulating fairways.

Ingatestone Hall - Historical Houses

Ingatestone Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 6.2 miles (9.92 km)
Ingatestone Hall is a sixteenth century manor house built by Sir William Petre, Secretary of State to four Tudor Monarchs: Elizabeth I spent several nights at the Hall on Her Royal Progress of 1561. Sir William's descendants still live in the House which largely retains its Tudor form and appearance (including two priests' hiding places). On display are furniture, family portraits and other pictures accumulated over the centuries together with memorabilia of fifteen generations of the Petre family among whom can be found the Fourth Lord, who died in the Tower falsely accused of complicity in the Popish Plot and whose wife was described by Samuel Pepys as "an impudent jade" and the Seventh Lord who spent six hours every day dressing his hair and was the inspiration for Alexander Pope's poem, The Rape Of The Lock. Other facilities: Tea Room, Free Car Park and Gift Shop.