Whether you fancy afternoon tea, a stroll in the Cotswolds, or a treatment in one of the UK’s best spa hotels, we’ve got a great UK hotel offer for you…
1. The Sheep on Sheep Street, Cotswolds
Bring your dog along to this fabulous Cotswolds bolt hole and enjoy two nights’ with dinner on both evenings. This wonderful boutique bolthole in the Cotswolds has just 22 en-suite rooms and is a great base for exploring Blenhim palace, Cheltenham and Sudeley castle.
There’s a number of dog-friendly rooms (not all of them) and pooches are provided with a large dog bed, welcome dog biscuits and a water bowl.
The price: Two-night stay from £160pp
Two nights in a double room | Dinner with wine on both evenings | Breakfast | One dog per room
Offer is valid until 31 May 2018
2. Poets House, Ely
The romantically-named Poets House in Ely – the second smallest city in England – is the perfect place for a cosy winter stay.
Occupying three handsome Grade-II listed Edwardian buildings in the centre of Ely, famed for its beautiful 12th-century Cathedral, this elegant hotel is a fabulous blend of old and new.
The price: One-night stay from £95pp
One nights’ accommodation | Breakfast in the morning | Dinner in The Dining Room | Complimentary bottle of house wine
Offer is valid from January 2 until April 30 2018, excluding bank holidays, 14, 17 February and 10 March
3. De Vere Oxford Thames, Oxford
De Vere Oxford Thames occupies a medieval manor and barn set in 30 acres of magnificent parkland.
The centre of Oxford lies just four miles away but there’s plenty to enjoy at the hotel including a well-equipped spa, complete with a Roman-style indoor pool, a gym and an all-weather tennis court.
The price: One-night stay from £67pp
Breakfast in the morning | Complimentary cream tea for two | Hospitality Drinks Tray | Free upgrade to a Superior Room
4. Soar Mill Cove, Devon
This luxurious hotel with its golden beach, is nestled into a Devon hillside- so many of the rooms have stunning ocean views. It’s the perfect place for a British seaside escape, and dogs are made to feel as welcome as you with a gift of dog treats on arrival.
There are plenty of local coastal walking trails to explore, as well as a spa to relax in. Bliss.
The price: Three-night stay from £195pp
Three nights in a luxury room | 20% off spa treatments | First dog free, second dog £10 per night
Offer is valid until May 24, 2018, excluding February 11, March 30 – April 6, April 27 & 28, May 4 – May 6, 2018 inclusive
5. Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa, Cotswolds
Occupying an attractive 18th-century building, this four star country house hotel sits just outside the market town of Stow-on-the-Wold, making for a quintiessential Cotswolds experience.
After a day exploring the area, or simply drinking in the sweeping views of Windrush Valley from the comfort of the hotel, the oak-panelled lounge is a cosy spot for a pre-dinner drink.
The price: From £72.50pp
One full afternoon tea for two during your stay (advanced booking recommended) | Enjoy a three-course dinner for two each evening in the award-winning restaurant (value £30pp) | Full English breakfast daily | Complimentary room upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Offer is valid for up to 14 nights, until August 31 2018
6. Manor Country House Hotel, Oxfordshire
Occupying a beautiful mansion on the outskirts of the Cotswolds, The Manor Country House is the ideal spot for a cosy winter break.
It may be a warren of rooms but The Manor has plenty of quiet spaces for relaxation.
The price: One-night stay from £90pp
Cream tea on a day of your choice | 10% discount voucher for Bicester Village Shopping Outlet | Breakfast each day
Offer is valid until March 31, 2018
7. Hotel Felix, Cambridge
Just over a mile from the heart of Cambridge, Hotel Felix occupies a Victorian mansion and is set in charming gardens.
Explore the city during the day before returning to the peace of the hotel surrounds in the evening.
Privately owned by art collectors, Hotel Felix’s interiors are contemporary in style, with striking design features. The hotel’s award-winning restaurant, Graffiti, is renowned for its fresh, seasonal dishes.
The price: Two nights from £159pp (down from £273pp)
Two nights in a King bedroom | Full English breakfast each day | Three-course table d’hôte dinner menu on the first evening | Cream Tea on the first afternoon | Cambridge Gin & Fever Tree Tonic or glass of Prosecco on the second evening
8. Down Hall Hotel & Spa, Bishop’s Stortford
You’ll feel worlds away from the big smoke as you arrive down the sweeping driveway with the impressive 19th-century mansion house waiting at the end.
The traditional interiors are decorated with ornate design features and there’s over 100 acres of surrounding woodland to explore.
The price: From £70.36 per person per night
Three-course dinner for two each night in the Grill Room (£30pp allowance) | Afternoon tea for two | Full English breakfast daily
Offer is valid for up to seven nights
9. Bicester Village & Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire
If you’re craving relaxation and stunning surroundings, make a beeline for Hartwell House , a magnificent National Trust-owned stately home in the Chilterns, with 90 acres of private landscaped gardens and beautiful original features dating back to the 1700s.
Spend a day shopping in nearby Bicester Village, with over 130 boutiques offering discounts of up to 60% – and with our exclusive offer, you’ll get an extra 10% off too, with access to the Bicester lounge and either valet parking or a hands-free shopping service.
With your hard work over, it’s time to relax back at Hartwell House. Seek out the spa, languish in the steam room and pool, and enjoy top-notch beauty treatments.
The price: Two-night stay from £225pp (down from £378pp)
Two-course Hartwell seasonal dinner on one night | Full use of the Hartwell spa | Cooked breakfast each morning | 10% off VIP shopping voucher and VIP lounge access at Bicester Village | Hands-free shopping service or valet parking in Bicester Village
Offer is valid for stays Sun-Thur until 30 Mar 2018
10. Oxford Spires, Oxford
This wonderful hotel is in a delightful location on the banks of the Thames. Oxford is just 15 minutes on foot along the Thames towpath, yet the hotel has plenty of space for guests to relax in.
Set in 20 acres of parkland, there’s a great leisure club, Willows, with a heated swimming pool, sauna and steam room, while Deacons Restaurant serves delicious Mediterranean dishes.
The price: Two-night stay from £159pp (down from £209pp)
Two-night upgrade to a Superior room | Breakfast each day | Dinner on the first night plus bottle of house wine
11. King Street Townhouse & Great John Street Hotel, Manchester
It’s not just the central location that puts these two boutique hotels strides ahead of the rest. Great John Street Hotel retains features from its days as a Victorian schoolhouse, including large windows and attractive fireplaces. It’s filled with thoughtful design touches and has plenty of creative flair. The highlight is the rooftop lounge – perfect for an evening drink.
King Street Townhouse
The larger of the two hotels, King Street Townhouse, occupies a magnificent 19th-century building with similarly eclectic interiors. The pièce de résistance is the rooftop infinity pool and spa, framing spectacular views of the Town Hall Clock Tower.
Great John Street Hotel
The price: Two-night stay in either hotel from £175pp (down from £318pp)
Two-night stay | Champagne afternoon tea | Breakfast each day
12. Gilpin Hotel & Lake House, Windermere
It doesn’t get much better than this family-run country house hotel in the Lake District. All the charming rooms have lakeland views and there’s plenty of space for relaxation in the elegant lounge or in the terraced gardens.
For total indulgence, have a treatment in the Lake House Jetty Spa after a walk in the beautiful surrounding countryside. Enjoy an evening meal at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant Hrishi, which serves up the likes of roast Goosnargh duck, with an exotic Asian twist.
The price: Two-night stay from £225pp (down from £301)
Two nights accommodation in a standard double room | Complimentary dinner on one night in either the Michelin-starred restaurant Hrishi or the more informal Gilpin Spice (excluding drinks) | Breakfast each morning | A muscle soak spa gift
13. Rockliffe Hall, County Durham
Housed in a beautiful Victorian mansion, Rockliffe Hall’s rooms are wonderfully spacious with superb views over the grounds.
The real draw is the outstanding facilities, including an extensive spa, an 18-hole Championship golf course and an award-winning restaurant.
The price: Two-night stay from £375pp
Two-night stay in a New Hall bedroom | Half a bottle of Champagne in the room on arrival | Full English breakfast each morning | 4-course à la carte meal in the Orangery on first evening | Use of the spa and wellness facilities | A 45-minute spa treatment or round of golf on either day
14. Lake Country House, Wales
The privately-owned country retreat occupies a mock-Tudor manor and conceals a lodge-style spa in it’s beautiful grounds.
There’s a 25-metre indoor pool and an outdoor hot tub, which boasts a peaceful location overlooking the lake.
The price: From £78.93pp
Full afternoon tea for two on one day of your stay | A four-course dinner for two each evening (value £45 per person) | Full use of the spa throughout your stay 20% off spa treatments (Mon – Thurs) | 1 pm lazy late check out (usually 11 am) | Full Welsh Breakfast and Continental Buffet for two daily | Stay 3 nights+ and receive a £40 spa voucher per room
Offer is valid for up to seven nights
15. Dalhousie Castle, Midlothian, Scotland
This hotel has a truly spectacular setting inside Scotland’s oldest inhabited castle. A luxurious transformation turned the 13th-century fortress into a romantic hideaway.
Wander the historic corridors and discover secret passageways and antique treasures, or visit the state-of-the-art Aqueous spa to be pampered. Outside, the hotel’s award-winning falconry is home to a whole host of majestic birds.
The price: Two-night stay from £154pp
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Two nights accommodation in a standard double room with a complimentary room upgrade subject to availability | Three-course dinner in The Dungeon Restaurant | Full Scottish breakfast each day | 15% discount on pre-booked spa treatments | Late check-out subject to availability
16. Swinton Park, Yorkshire
Be king and queen of your own castle in Swinton Park, a luxury hotel set in the Yorkshire Dales. Two of the hotel’s standout features – the superb seasonal cooking at Samuel’s Restaurant and Swinton Park’s nine-hole golf course – will shortly be combined with a multi- million pound new Spa & Country Club, which opens this summer and features indoor and outdoor swimming pools, steam room and saunas, and a Wellness Centre devoted to health and beauty.
The price: From £142pp (down from £197.50pp)
Dinner at Samuel’s restaurant or The Terrace, plus full breakfast | 35-minute ELEMIS spa treatment per person 20% off any additional spa treatments booked | Full use of Spa & Country Club
17. St Moritz Hotel, Cornwall
The fusty St Moritz Hotel was knocked down a decade ago to make way for this sleek, contemporary upgrade with stellar views over the Camel Estuary and the Atlantic Ocean beyond.
Gone are the crusty carpets and 70s decor and in are oak floors, stylishly furnished rooms and a wonderful Cowshed Spa, two swimming pools, gym, two gourmet restaurants and a bustling bar.
The location is equally enticing – Greenaway Beach is at the bottom of the garden and Rock, Padstow and Polzeath are nearby. It’s the ideal destination whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach stay, indulgent spa break or a family get-together.
The price: Three-night stay from £178pp (down from £267pp)
Three nights in a Cosy room | Breakfast each day | £20 credit towards a Cowshed Spa treatment
18. The Manor at Sway, Hampshire
Where better to base yourself in the beautiful New Forest than the award- winning Manor at Sway? Its superb restaurant, where you can enjoy a complimentary dinner from the five-course set seasonal menu as part of this offer, has a reputation for perfecting simple dishes using local, seasonal produce.
The price: From £140pp for a three-night stay, including one dinner from the five-course tasting menu. Plus you can upgrade to a Manor room for £30 per night.
Three nights’ accommodation | Breakfast each morning | One dinner from the five-course tasting menu | Complimentary tea and cake on arrival
19. Montagu Arms, Hampshire
Nestled in the New Forest and within earshot of Beaulieu River, the Montagu Arms is above all a wonderfully romantic retreat, famous for its impeccable, friendly service and comfortable bedrooms that have recently been refurbished for a warm, contemporary feel.
The garden is also a delight: carefully tended and beautifully landscaped, the grounds are designed to be “full of happiness, tranquillity and colour” and a wander around them is worth a trip in itself.
The price: From £249pp for two nights (one night stays from £169pp)
Champagne on arrival | Dinner from the tasting menu in the Terrace Restaurant on first night | Tour of the Kitchen Garden with head gardener | Full breakfasts | Morning tea and coffee served in your room | Late check-out | Free use of nearby Careys Manor leisure facilities
20. Abbey Hotel, Bath
This independently owned hotel in the heart of Bath is the perfect pied- à-terre for a break in one of Britain’s most beautiful cities. Just a short stroll from the Roman Baths and a stone’s throw from the best shopping, the Abbey Hotel is spread across three Georgian terraced houses.
Its owners, Ian and Christa Taylor, have combined the latest mod-cons (iPads loaded with local information in each room), and an eclectic collection of art with great service and superb food in the Allium Restaurant, run by recently appointed head chef Rupert Taylor.
The price: From £65pp (down from £80pp)
One night’s accommodation in a Standard Double Room | Breakfast in the morning | £10 voucher for Alluim restaurant
21. Ellenborough Park, Cheltenham
Voted England’s leading country house hotel last year, Ellenborough Park has a history that goes back to the early 16th century. This former baronial estate on the outskirts of Cheltenham features an impressive grand hall, and has a fantastic reputation for fine dining.
Interiors of the hotel’s 60 rooms were designed by Nina campbell, who has created a fresh take on the country house hotel. You are ideally placed to explore the surrounding countryside: Cleeve Hill, the highest point of the Cotswolds, is a delightful walk away.
The price: From £289pp for a two-night stay
Three course dinner in The Brasserie | Picnic lunch | Full English breakfast each day | Use of leisure facilities | Free use of the hotel’s Hunter wellies and Dubarry jackets
22. Summer Lodge, Dorset
This picturesque Georgian hotel is in the heart of Thomas Hardy’s Wessex – in fact, Hardy himself designed the drawing room. It’s a great destination for rambling walks through the countryside, spa breaks, and family getaways (though children must be aged seven or over). The food prepared by Chef Steven Titman at the hotel restaurant is outstanding.
The price: From £115pp (down from £156pp).
One night’s accommodation | Breakfast | Afternoon tea
23. Middlethorpe Hall, York
With York’s historic centre just two miles away, this is the perfect winter escape. There are cosy drawing rooms where you can keep toasty by crackling fires after a hard day’s shopping.
Relax in Middlethorpe’s spa, before heading to the award-winning restaurant for a romantic candlelit dinner.
The price: Two-night stay from £238pp (down from £352pp)
Two-night stay in a standard double or twin room, with breakfast | Welcome bottle of sparkling wine | Three-course seasonal dinner (£45 set menu) on one evening | 55-minute massage per person | Afternoon Tea for two on one day | 10% discount voucher at the York Designer Outlet
Offer is valid for stays from January 2 to March 26 2018, Sunday to Friday, excluding February 14
24. Rubens at the Palace, London
There are few better places to base yourself in London than Rubens at the Palace, a short walk from Victoria Station and opposite Buckingham Palace. Freshly refurbished, the hotel combines impeccable service with traditional grandeur.
The dining is excellent, from the Library restaurant, which specialises in grills and steaks, to the royalty-inspired afternoon tea.
The price: From £102pp (down from £152pp)
One night’s accommodation | Afternoon tea
Terms & conditions
All offers subject to availability. Supplements may apply for stays on peak days of the week and at specific times of the year. See the individual articles about each hotel offer for further details and how to book.
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