Thursday 28 July 2016

Kent: 1 Night for Two with Breakfast, Dinner and Spa Access at 4* Rowhill Grange Hotel and Utopia Spa


Enjoy a stay at this 18th-century manor house and a four-star boutique hotel set in 35 acres of woodland in the Kentish countryside

What You Get

Included in all options: 1-night stay for two in a classic room with breakfast, three-course dinner from the Table D’ Hote menu on first night valid Sun-Thu, or £35 per person dinner allowance from A la Carte menu valid Fri-Sat, access to the Utopia Spa facilities (from 3pm on the day of arrival to 11am on the day of departure), 20% off all treatments (as long as they are booked 72 hours in advance), arriving between 1 Aug and 1 Nov 2016


  • Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11am
  • Staff speaks English
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Pets not permitted
  • 20% off spa treatments when booked 72 hours in advance

Rowhill Grange Hotel and Utopia Spa

Nestled in the Kentish countryside, the Rowhill Grange Hotel and Utopia Spa is a four-star estate that allures guests with its luxury accommodation and award-winning restaurants.
Oriented towards pampering and relaxation, this 18th-century manor house welcomes guests to individually designed rooms, fitted with Egyptian cotton bed linen, deluxe duvets and a polished Victorian style bath.
Guests may enjoy dining experiences in either the RG’s Restaurant or Elements Bar, where dinner menus combine traditional classics with seasonal touches using Kentish produce.
The Roman-themed spa is especially designed for creating an intimate and refreshing spa experience with two floors of pools, pressure jets, steam room and bubble baths.

Groupon’s Guide To Kent

If zipping over to the village idyll of Eynsford, travellers enthused by archaeology should be sure to stop off at the Lullingstone Roman Villa which boasts some of the most excellently preserved remains in the UK.
The gentrified sprawl of the Knole House estate allures visitors with its lofty manor house, herds of deer, and literary ties to such celebrated writers as Virginia Woolf. Over 300 years of military history may be uncovered at the Royal Engineers Museum, which plays host to an illuminating collection of weapons, vehicles, and uniforms from a variety of cultures.