Chigwell Tours and Visits offers clients a number of outings, primarily to Essex and London. Clients can choose from a range of tours to the City of London, Windsor castle and Ongar steam railway, as well as trips to local forests and lakes. Further excursions, such as those to Bath and Somerset, are also available.
Railway-themed hotel offering panoramic views of the Yorkshire countryside
What You Get
Included in all options: Stay for two in a double room with continental breakfast and 2-course dinner from set menu (valid for starter and mains only) on the first nights only, valid Sun-Fri between 20 Jul-30 Nov 2016.
Max. 1 dog allowed for £10 per dog per night supplement
The Sidings Hotel is a conceptual hotel designed to celebrate the romantic heritage of classic 20th century rail travel. Built exclusively from vintage Pullman-style railway carriages, the hotel retains a sharp focus on the fine quality fittings of a pre-1960 steam rail, boasting a stained wood decor, fine, polished metal-work and linen tablecloths.
Guest rooms are converted original Pullman carriages with en suite bathrooms, and come fitted with hospitality trays, TVs and hairdryer.
The restaurant offers an extensive food and wine menu, while the spacious conservatory allows guests to sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the open Yorkshire countryside.
Groupon’s Guide to North Yorkshire
The largest county in England beckons with quaint spa towns, green pastures and hearty dining. In the traditional seaside town of Scarborough tourists may visit the Victorian spa, walk along the harbour or head to the 3000-year-old ruins of Scarborough Castle for some family photos. Holidaymakers may also explore the historic spa town of Harrogate, where authentically styled Turkish baths, plunge pools and steam rooms beckon with quality leisure moments. In York, the largest medieval cathedral in all of Northern Europe may be admired before following the almost five mile long circuit of the City Walls.
Enjoy a stay at a country house hotel nestled on the Isle of Wight
What You Get
Included in all options: Stay for two in a standard double or twin room with full English breakfast, 3-course dinner on the first night, return car ferry and complimentary use of leisure facilities at both Luccombe Manor Country House and Luccombe Hall Country House, valid between 1 Oct 2016-17 Feb 2017
Boasting a traditional facade defined by the rustic aura of a country house, the Luccombe Manor Country House Hotel occupies a prime position on the Isle of Wight’s coast, overlooking from a cliff top the blue waters of Sandown Bay.
Spacious rooms boasting remote controlled flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, hospitality tray with tea and coffee-making facilities
Spa pool, outdoor hot tub and games room
Access to the indoor and outdoor facilities of its sister hotel, Luccombe Hall Country House Hotel, including outdoor garden facilities for children (swings, climbing frame, trampoline, giant chess and draughts, mini putting), indoor pool heated to 86 degrees, spa indoor hot tub, sauna (from midday to 6pm), pool table, table tennis, squash court, basketball hoop, toddler soft play area
Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am
Staff speaks English; Pets not allowed
Isle of Wight is one of UK’s favourite holiday destinations, beckoning with its coastal cliffs, quaint villages, unspoilt countryside surroundings and family-friendly attractions.
On the Isle of Wight, visitors have the opportunity to admire many villages displaying ancient architecture and thatched roof cottages, and enjoy outdoor activities such as tree climbing or karting. Animal lovers may go the Monkey Haven, to the Seaview Wildlife Encounter or to The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, while history enthusiasts may pay a visit to the Carisbrooke Castle or to the Osborne House, once a royal residence.
Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 11am; late check-out by midday
Complimentary Wi-Fi in all areas
Pets not allowed
The Wood Norton
Originally built as a hunting lodge and retaining much as of its late 19th century French interior decorations, the four star The Wood Norton is housed in a listed Victorian style building, welcoming guests to escape in the vast outdoors and rural settings of Malvern Hills, Cotswolds and Worcestershire.
Rooms and suites at The Wood Norton overlook the grounds or the hotel’s formal gardens, and are a blend of modern and traditional, featuring an airy decor, large windows, and tea and coffee-making facilities.
Guests can relish fine contemporary British fare crafted from fresh locally sourced produce at the hotel’s restaurant, and they can also unwind with a drink or peruse the menu while enjoying the garden view at the bar or from the terrace.
The Wood Norton ranks first of 12 hotels in Evesham on TripAdvisor, scoring 4.5 out of 5 based on 819 reviews. It also boasts a Certificate of Excellence. Details verified on 11/07/2016.
Midway between Oxford and High Wycombe sits The Lambert Hotel, a refurbished coaching inn featuring cosy open fires and contemporary-styled bedrooms. Located at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, the inn is ideally located for leisurely strolls and outdoor activities, while nearby areas of interest include the historic Hell-Fire Caves and Blenheim Palace.
En suite rooms with plasma TV with Freeview channels, hot drink-making facilities and hairdryer
Contemporary AA rosette and AA breakfast awarded restaurant
Georgian style historic hotel offering fine seafront location in Brighton and four star accommodation
What You Get
Included in all options: Stay for two with breakfast, 3-course dinner on first night, one bottle of wine and late check-out arriving Jul-Nov 2016
Services included in dedicated options: Afternoon tea on second day
See the options list at the end of ‘Getaways Report’ tab.
The Old Ship Hotel
Overlooking the Brighton promenade and benefiting its guests with sweeping views of the English Channel due to its seafront location, The Old Ship Hotel traces its origins back to the 17th century, having been host for the likes of Charles II and Paganini, now consisting a blend of modern four star comforts and clean Georgian style architecture.
Rooms with en suite facilities, TV, ironing kit; Complimentary Wi-Fi
Restaurant and bar serving fresh British fare, centuries old cellars, alfresco terrace
Gym kitted out for cardio and resistance training
Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 11am, late check-out by 1pm
Pets allowed for a £15 per pet per night supplement (subject to availability, please contact hotel directly)
Max. 1 well behaved dog permitted for a £10 per night supplement paid directly to the hotel
Elm Farm Country House
Set amid 1.5 acres of gardens, the Elm Farm Country House dates back to the 1600s and provides a bolthole for a rural retreat. The hotel boasts a duck pond and the ‘Garden of Eden’, while the market, shops and sights of Norwich are accessible in about a 15-minute drive.
Housed in the original dairy and stables, the bedrooms feature oak-beamed ceilings and traditional decor, and come fitted with flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms.
The restaurant serves home-cooked meals for breakfast and dinner, consisting of traditional meals such as a full English breakfast, beer-battered cod and chips or steak and ale pie, while light bites and snacks are also available.