it has a glorious sandy beach
you can park with ease
Frinton Tennis Club has 16 exceptional grass courts and 8 all-weather courts
Frinton Golf Club "is the best club in Essex"
The 86ft Naze Tower is a historic attraction with spectacular views, an art gallery packed with fabulous regional art and unique Tea Rooms serving lunch and refreshments. Throughout the Frinton Festival, and until the Spring Exhibition at the Tower finishes on the 16th June, concert-goers enjoy a 10% discount on art purchases on production of a Festival concert programme. Read all about the Spring Exhibition here.
there's a wide choice of restaurants in Connaught Avenue including the Star of India (Indian - 01255 676445), Youngs Other Plaice (Fish and Chips) and Avenue Bistro (Mediterranean). Delicious breakfasts, bistro-style lunches and afternoon teas are served at Emma's Kitchen (01255 744009). From Wednesday to Saturday indulge in a sumptuous breakfast or lunch at The Hat & the Mouse (01255 678235)
you can walk across the fields from First Avenue and enjoy a drink or meal at The Manor, Great Holland (01255 440310)
and in the other direction you can visit the newly refurbished 14th century pub known as The Red Lion in Kirby-le-Soken which also serves a fine selection of food
and you can travel there via the fabulous shop of our wonderful sponsor MR.WHEELER
Wednesday-Sunday you might like to visit Jaywick Martello Tower
you can rent a beach hut in nearby Holland-on-Sea for a week or by the day by emailing Bev here or calling her on 07916 369385
why not shop for beautiful handmade jewellery at Marisa Arna in Thorpe-le-Soken
drive for twenty minutes to Beaumont-cum-Moze and explore a wide selection of farm-fresh produce in Brookelynne Farm Shop
the remarkable Beth Chatto Gardens and tearoom are 25 minutes away by car
fron July to September you can hear splendid chamber music recitals by travelling to Concerts at Cratfield in Suffolk.
you can come and sing in a special Frinton Festival Choral Evensong - click here for details
Read about artistic activities in the area on The Art of Frinton Blog