Hampshire: 1 to 3 Nights For Two With Breakfast, Dinner, Tea and Scones Plus Golf at Esseborne Mano
Indulge in a AA Rosette 7-course tasting menu at a Victorian country hotel within the North Wessex Down
What You Get
Included in all options: Stay for two in a deluxe double room with breakfast, AA Rosette 7-course tasting dinner on first night, tea and scones on arrival and a round of 18 holes golf arriving between 24 May-31 October 2016
Services included in dedicated options: 3-course a la carte dinner on second and third night
£159 for 1 night (39% off)
£315 for 2 nights with 3-course a la carte dinner on second night (36% off)
£475 for 3 nights with 3-course a la carte dinner on second and third night (34% off)
Pets are allowed on request, please check with hotel when booking
Set within the verdant North Wessex Down, the family-run Esseborne Manorcombines original Victorian features with all the home comforts. A 12-minute drive leads to Highclere Castle, the site of ITV’s Downton Abbey, while in the opposite direction lies the historic market town of Andover, where attractions include the Hawk Conservancy Trust and Museum.
Each of the bedrooms overlook the manor’s gardens, and feature double beds, en suite bathroom with in-bath showers, sofas, satellite TV with DVD player and telephones. Little extras, such as a trouser press, information on the local area, and home made biscuits, are also supplied to guests.
The seven-course tasting menu will be served in the AA Rosette-awarded Courtyard Restaurant, where the head chef and his team make use of fresh herbs from the hotel’s own herb garden, and local Hampshire and Berkshire produce.
Esseborne Manor has an average score of 4.5 out of 5 from a total of 467 reviews on Tripadvisor and boast a Certificate of Excellence. Details verified on 18/05/16. Learn more about Groupon’s Merchant Reviews Policy.
Groupon’s Guide To Hampshire
Naturally rich in waterways, wildlife, and rugged terrain, Hampshire offers historic attractions and a mix of outdoors activities such as horse riding, river rafting, and coarse fishing.
Travellers may head to Jane Austen’s House Museum revealing memorabilia and artefacts that once belong to the novelist, while a historical outing can commence with Winchester Cathedral, where her tomb lies. Straying off the beaten track, consider dipping into the ArtSway Gallery, where a rotating collection of local and international artworks are displayed in a special New Forest space. A taste of the high-life can be enjoyed at the Southampton Hall of Aviation where a vast collection of vintage aircrafts can be explored, along with the considerable sky-gliding heritage of the Hampshire coast.