Marina with riverside view and easy access to restaurants, bars and country park walks.
- Your money is safe, we pay your host 2 days after check-in.
- 100% refund in the unlikely event the host cancels.
- Changing booking details is always free.
- Access to urgent phone line during your booking.
- Book Co2 positive, we compensate 3 times more than we emit.
- Marina facilities, restaurant on site
- Marina set in a country park
- Pleasant riverside walk to town centre
- Sheltered upper deck usable in all weather
- Easy rail access to London 68 minutes
- Sunbathing foredeck
Static spacious motor cruiser in established Marina.
42ft pontoon moored powerboat in unique historic estuary town. Wide beam so unusually spacious below decks, suitable for accommodation all year round. Large enclosed upper deck suitable for use in all but the coldest weather. Large sunbathing area on foredeck.
Large shower and separate toilet with vacuüm flush system, no paper (please dispose of using plastic bags supplied). Mains electric and back-up battery light. Air conditioning in front cabin. Heating in all cabins. Fully equipped galley with hob and microwave. Kettle and toaster. Fridge and small freezer.
Not suitable for people who cannot walk, the pontoon mooring is 4.5 minutes walk from the gate, (car-park), railway station is 15 minutes walk and centre of town is a 25 minute walk away. Restaurant on site not always open. Launderette available. Codes for access will be issued on the first day of occupancy.
25-75% or 50-50% or 100% (read more)
Heating / cooling
Transportation to and from airport
Tour guide available if pre-booked.
How to get there
Train. To Burnham-on-Crouch Station. You have to change at Wickford for a train to London Liverpool Street, however the connection is normally good and less than a 4 minute wait.
Car. Leave the A130 at Wickford/ South Woodham Ferrers and proceed on the A132 Burnham Road through a series of roundabouts. Join the B1012 with stunning views of the Crouch estuary, and stay on this road through the famous Burnham bends much loved by motorcyclists until you reach the T juncyion in Burnham. Turn right, go over the railway bridge past the Coop supermarket and turn right down Foundry Lane, just after the last bend turn sharp left into the upper carpark. Steps down to the hard are available and next to the Harbour Masters Office (Flags flting) is a gate for pedestrian access to the pontoons head for AB as Scarlett is on the AB Hammerhead.
About the area
Number One attraction is the Mangapps Railway Museum, 3.21km away.
Most people like to promenade on the Waterfront with its choice of English Public Houses, Breakfast, tea and coffee bars, yacht clubs and watch the yacht races on the River. Excellent Choice of Restaurants I would recommend the Oyster Smack Inn, The Old White Harte Hotel and The Ship (In the High where you will also find two Indian restaurants, one Thai, numerous coffee shops and take-aways, at least two other public houses and The Rio cinema.
If you want to get away from it all and the country park alongside the Marina is not enough, then take the Ferry across the Crouch from the Marina and visit the RSPB Nature reserve on Wallersea island, wildfowl are especially good in the winter. Essex Marina (where you get off the ferry on the South bank) has the Yacht Club restaurant open to the Public.
Husband and wife owners of Scarlett, recent restored Scarlett with new matressess, cushions, carpets and totally resfreshed interior. Live about 45minutes away and casn be a local guide on request and reasonable payment for time and vehicle.
2 Reviews - Scarlett
David A - England
Lovely stay on the boat
Lovely stay on the boat. Beautiful views over the water and sunsets. Easy walk in to town past the houseboats. Nice choice of pubs and restaurants.
Handy for the station. Thank you!
Susan G - England
She is a fabulous boat - very well equipped and comfortable. The area is lovely - great walks and local amenities. Lovely to sit on the deck watching the sunset. Steve could not be more helpful.