Friday 20 May 2016

Hertfordshire: Stay For 2 With Breakfast and Off-Site Spa Access; Plus Optional Dinner and Wine at Tewin Bury Farm Hotel


Explore Hertfordshire countryside with accommodation at a traditional hotel 5 minutes from Welwyn Garden City

What You Get

Included in all options: Stay for two in a premier room with daily breakfast and off-site spa access arriving Sun-Thu between 25 April-30 September 2016
Services included in dedicated options: Dinner (up to £35 per room, food only) plus a bottle of wine served on arrival in room


  • Restaurant and bar
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Check-in from 1pm; check-out by 10am
  • Pets not permitted
Double AA Rosette-Awarded 4* Hotel in Hertfordshire

Tewin Bury Farm Hotel

Set in the vast and verdant Hertfordshire countryside and along the River Mimram, the four star Tewin Bury Farm Hotel invites nature lovers to enjoy relaxation just a five-minute drive from Welwyn Garden City.
Located in different areas of the farm, the individually designed bedrooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, hospitality trays and en suite facilities.
The double AA Rosette-awarded Williams’ Bar & Restaurant serves up modern British food prepared using locally sourced ingredients, while a collection of Fair Trade accredited cocktails may also be savoured at the bar.
Tewin Bury Farm Hotel has a rating of 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor from a total of 297 reviews and boasts a Certificate of Excellence. Details verified at 19/04/2016. Learn more about Groupon’s Merchant Reviews Policy.

Groupon’s Guide To Hertfordshire

For acres of natural beauty, guests may head to Stevenage and take a walk around the picturesque Benington Lordship Gardens, before enjoying a bite to eat and a few drinks at one of the many restaurants and pubs in Hertford.
Visitors may also take a drive to St. Alban’s Cathedral, founded in 793AD, and marvel at its Gothic architecture, ornate ceilings, and medieval paintings. Next, they may delve into Roman history with a visit to the Verulamium Museum, home to some of the most intricate mosaics outside of the Mediterranean, before crossing over to the ruins of the Roman Theatre, built in circa 140AD.