Pontlands Park Hotel

Pontlands Park Hotel

Pontlands Park Hotel

Pontlands Park is a three star family run hotel with 35 bedrooms. There is also a public restaurant, lounge bar and conference rooms.

The venue hosts weddings, school proms and parties. There is also a spa (Reflections) and cafe attached to the building.

Every Sunday is they serve a traditional carvery.


Pontlands Park Hotel was built in 1879 by Chelmsford’s famous architect, Fredrick Chancellor, who also built the Parish Hall. The house was built for Joseph Foster and is considered to be a good example of a small country house that was built by a prominent architect.

In 1777 the area was known as Pond Land, according to Chapman and André’s, Map of Essex. A century later, by 1881, the area was known as Pond Lands, according to an Ordnance Survey map.

During the late 19th century, possibly when the hotel was built, the name was changed to Pontlands Park.

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