Exploration of the town on the banks of the river Avon
40-minute boat cruise with cream tea at the riverside Le Bistrot Pierre at Swan’s Nest hotel
The cream tea includes: two sultana scones | fresh cream and preserve | a pot of tea
Pick-up times and locations:
8.40am: Loughton Tube Station
8.55am: Chingford Railway Station
9.15am: Wood Street Railway Station
9.30am: Snaresbrook Tube Station
Dan's Luxury Travel
Dan's Luxury Travel provides a range of coaches and minibuses for sightseeing tours, airport transfers and special events. The company caters to the needs of both individuals and groups, hiring buses for weddings, school trips and film work, among others.
Nestled on the banks of River Stour, The Mill Hotel is a 4* hotel standing on the site of a 1000-year-old mill mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086.
All rooms feature en suite bathrooms and complimentary toiletries; superior rooms come with views over the water meadows or mill pond
Rustic-style AA Rosette restaurant offering views across the pond and a classic British menu
Bar serving an extensive bistro menu, draught beers, Aspall cider and local ales
Certificate of Excellence on Tripadvisor
Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11.30am; Complimentary Wi-Fi
Pets allowed on request, charges may be applicable
Quick - Guide To Suffolk
Bordered by Norfolk in the north and Essex in the south, Suffolk is an East Anglian county of historic origin.
One of the main attractions in the area is the Suffolk Coast and Heaths, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, boasting a mix of beaches, cliffs, marshes, estuaries, heathland, forests and farmland. One of the most important wildlife areas in Britain, Suffolk Coast and Heaths is also home to three National nature reserves, many sites of special scientific interest and the RSPB’s Minsmere Reserve. Other attractions in Suffolk are the Greene King Brewery, an 18th century brewery, and the Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, offering exhibitions of aircrafts and aviation-related artefacts.
Redbrick hotel located between Farnham and Guildford with a restaurant serving a mix of British and international dishes
What You Get
Included in all options: Stay for two in a standard double or twin room with breakfast, 2-course dinner (starter and main) from the special menu on the first night and full access to Active Life Health club, arriving between 22 Jun-30 Nov 2016
Resting amid the hills of rural Surrey, The Farnham Hog’s Back Hotel provides a convenient spot for admiring the manicured parklands, historic towns and impressive racecourses of this countryside setting.
Guests are welcomed to spacious rooms featuring a modern decor and kitted out with flat-screen TVs and Internet access.
The restaurant uses fresh ingredients and serves up traditional and international plates accompanied by rose wines, while hot drinks, spirits and local ales are available at the bar.
Chill-out hours may be spent at the leisure club, which boasts a fully equipped gym, a sauna, a heated indoor pool, and its own beauty salon.
Set in the small town of Lostwithiel with highlights like the Eden Project reachable in about a 10-minute drive, BEST WESTERN Restormel Lodge Hotelmakes for a convenient Cornish escape amid undulating rural landscapes and sightseeing attractions, offering modern comforts and leisure on site.
Airy en suite rooms with TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray
Restaurant with seasonal menu, fixing up Cornish treats from locally sourced produce
Seasonal outdoor heated pool. Complimentary Wi-Fi
Max. 1 additional dog permitted for a £15 per night supplement, payable directly to the hotel
Check-in from 2pm, check-out by 11am; TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Groupon’s Guide To Cornwall
From Bude to Land’s End, Cornwall encompasses everything from chocolate-box villages to vast Atlantic coastlines and vibrant surfing hubs. As residents are rarely more than a half-hour drive from the sea, there’s no surprise it plays a huge part to Cornish life, with busy harbours and Michelin star seafood restaurants allowing fish to go from boat to plate in 24 hours.
With clubs, bars, and extreme sports, Newquay has plenty for a youthful crowd, while family-friendly Falmouth has more sheltered beaches and all-ages day outs such as the National Maritime Museum. Away from beach life, grown-up St Ives is an established arts centre, home to the Tate St Ives, Barbara Hepworth’s garden and a wealth of independent galleries. Inland a little, the Eden Project’s greenhouse biomes create spectacular tropical environs and an otherworldly, space-age feel. Visitors can also buy into the local legends on Bodmin Moor or hike along the rugged landscape to catch a glimpse of the fabled beast.
Thousands of teapots in all shapes, sizes and designs line the walls at Teapot Island. Surrounded on all sides by the River Medway, the a family-run business houses a museum, garden, cafe and shop. The cafe serves up snacks, hearty breakfasts, classic British dishes and tempting desserts. Teapot Island also hosts and caters for children's parties, allowing little ones to paint their own pottery.
The hotel offers spacious rooms fitted with en suite bathroom, TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, hot drink-making facilities and crisp white linens.
The on-site restaurant serves up a variety of hearty meals and lighter bites, while breakfast is served each morning.
BEST WESTERN The Gables Hotel has an average score of 4 out of 5 on Tripadvisor from a total of 560 reviews and has won a Certificate of Excellence. Details verified on 01/06/16. Learn more about Groupon’s Merchant Reviews Policy.
Bristol Zoo is home to creatures great and small, including lions, red pandas, meercats, gorillas and more. Spread out over verdant countryside, there is something for everyone to enjoy, with high ropes courses, a cafe, adventure playground, butterfly forest and reptile house. Each day at the zoo there is a schedule of talks and feeding time events, such as gorilla feeding, penguin talks and lemur feeds.
Groupon’s Guide to Bristol
A city steeped in history, Bristol beckons with a wealth of heritage sites including Bristol Cathedral, Britain’s oldest working theatre and the St. Mary Redcliffe Church.
Nature lovers may head to the National Arboretum boasting over 16000 rare trees, all set in 600 Cotswolds acres. The Harbourside area of the city beckons with a large aquarium and a lively programme of independent film, digital media and events that can be enjoyed at the Watershed.
Upon a Sunday visit to The Dukes Head, patrons may select a starter such as soup of the day with crusty bread, prawn cocktail or mushroom gratin served on a bed of salad. For the main course, diners may tuck into roast turkey with all the trimmings, roast pork with yorkshire pudding, or vegetable parcels. Guests opting to forgo a starter may enjoy a dessert such as chocolate fudge cake, bread and butter pudding or apple pie. Customers should note that all menu items are subject to change at any time.
At a central Wokingham location, The Dukes Head serves hearty burgers, hog roasts and Sunday lunch as well as lighter bites like salads and sandwiches. The interior features exposed brickwork and wooden beams while a garden offers outdoor seating. Five en suite rooms sport contemporary furnishings and complimentary Wi-Fi. The inn plays host to live music, seasonal events and parties throughout the year.
Please note that no promo codes are valid in conjunction with this deal.
The lunch includes two meals of choice:
Starter: tomato and basil soup with croutons | chicken liver pate with piccalilli | smoked salmon and crab
Main course: Roast beef with Yorkshire pudding and red wine sauce with seasonal vegetables and roast potatoes | roast lamb with rosemary and red wine sauce with seasonal vegetables and roast potatoes | beef Wellington and wild mushroom jus with seasonal vegetables and roast potatoes | chicken and wild mushrooms sauce with seasonal vegetables and roast potatoes | penne pasta with tomato sauce and olive
The Red Lion Hotel
The Red Lion Hotel is housed within a historic coaching inn in Henley-on-Thames and benefits from riverside views. En suite rooms feature period furnishings such as wooden beams and four-poster beds. The restaurant prepares international meals, snacks and afternoon tea which guests can enjoy inside or at an outside terrace. The hotel holds seasonally themed events throughout the year and also plays host to weddings, meetings and other functions.
Chessington World of Adventures is an exciting blend of rides, attractions, shows and animal magic! With over 40 rides and attractions across 10 themed lands, the park is an unforgettable day out for everyone.
Rides & Attractions
Let your hair down on the many rides and attractions at Chessington World of Adventures. Get wet ‘n’ wild on Dragon Falls and hurtle through the treetops on the Vampire coaster. The Scorpion Express is perfect family fun with surprises at every turn! You can also go on safari with ZUFARI: Ride into Africa and get up close to white rhino, giraffe and zebra.
Peek into the wild ways of the animal kingdom at Chessington Zoo! Come face to face with over 1,000 exotic animals including lions, tigers, gorillas, monkeys, penguins and sea lions.
SEA LIFE Centre
Take a voyage under the sea. The incredible SEA LIFE Centre is packed full of fun exhibitions, including interactive rock pools, daily talks and feeding sessions. You’ll learn all about this weird and wonderful creatures and will even be able to feel as though you’ve taken a dive into the deep with the walkthrough ocean tunnel!
Thermal spa use and lunch options are valid from 9am to 3pm
Accommodation options are valid for 4-hour thermal spa access from 9am to 1pm or 3pm to 7pm according to guest preference
Free parking and luggage storage
Pets not allowed
Wyboston Lakes Hotel
Snug in a quiet Bedfordshire town, Wyboston Lakes Hotel offers rest and tranquillity to all who walk through its doors, and a golfing haven just outside the parameters.
The rooms are fitted with sleek furnishings, flat-screen TVs and en suite facilities.
The Waterfront Restaurant & Grill offers a refined menu of modern European dishes, while the WF Bar & Brasserie provides a variety of deli dishes, snacks and cake served alongside a fine array of beers and lagers.
Thermal Spa facilities include a hydrotherapy pool, saunas, salt steam room, experience showers, frost wall and relaxation rooms.
Outside, the 18-hole par 70 golf course is set within 350 acres of countryside alongside the banks of the river Ouse, suitable for all levels of golfers.