Lobster Lover’s Sunday is back at The Pier at Harwich from the 29th April. Mainly due to last week’s spell of warm weather, the fishermen have just started bringing us local Harwich lobster which means that the 2018 Lobster season is about to start.  And who doesn’t love this delicious seafood; served poached, grilled or Thermidor!

Stay at The Pier at Harwich on a Sunday night for just £105 per person on the ‘Lobster Lover’s Sunday’ special break.

What’s included?

  • Best available room with full breakfast
  • ’Lobster Supper’ (starter, medium Lobster and chips, dessert)
  • Bottle of petit Chablis

£210 for two people

to book call 01255 241212

T&C’s

subject to availability, based on double occupancy

Dedham, Colchester
12°
few clouds
humidity: 62%
wind: 3m/s SW
H 12 • L 10
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