Shoeburyness Hotel1 High Street
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The historic building can be found at the original main gateway to the Shoeburyness Garrison, which was built in 1899 to replace the original tavern. Back then it played a major roll in the community, serving thirsty workers and soldiers from the local barracks after a hard days work. Although no longer a functioning hotel, the property was brought back to life in 2012 with a complete refurbishment and is now the rustic brasserie and bar. Serves 2 real ales, Greene King IPA plus a weekly changing guest. Live music every Saturday from 9pm. Look out for the original tiled mosaics on the floor. Open for breakfast from 11am and bar open from 12pm.