I posted this offer a few months ago & it sold out really quickly, it's now back & they've added an extra day option to stay, it's not just Fri & Sun, you can now choose a Thursday night as well.
Thought this a cracking price for what you get staying in a beautiful hotel with excellent reviews across the net.
This historic property sits within 8 acres of Hertfordshire countryside & overlooks the 18-hole Letchworth Golf Club grounds
Letchworth was the first garden city in the world, designed by Sir Ebenezer Howard & named one of the "design miracles" of the 20th century by The Daily Telegraph
The property is a 40-minute drive from Cambridge & St Albans
Built in 1625 and later absorbed into the world's first garden city, Letchworth Hall is a 4-star manor-house hotel with preserved original features such as grand chimney stacks, oak panelling, rustic beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces. Previous guests include Oscar Wilde, Daryl Hannah and Elaine Paige.
The property is between the market towns of Hitchin and Baldock, and is nestled within eight acres of countryside which is roamed by muntjac deer and Letchworth black squirrels -- which were first spotted in their natural habitat in 1912.
The hotel has its own spa, offering treatments ranging from manicures to massages, and there is also an on-site Nuffield Health Centre which all guests can access for free. This has a gym, a heated indoor pool, a sauna and a steam room. Lytton's Restaurant has a menu offering British and international dishes, and the bar has views of Letchworth Golf Course, which has 18-holes and was established in 1905. There are 87 ensuite bedrooms, and there is complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
For acres of natural beauty guests may head to Stevenage and take a walk around the picturesque Benington Lordship Gardens, before enjoying a bite 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 793 AD, 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 140 AD.
What You Get
Included in all options: One night for two with full English breakfast and a leisure club access, valid Fri, Sun and Thu between now to 30 Oct 2016
£59 in a standard double or twin room
£69 in an executive double or twin room
Leisure club with sauna, steam room and a 20-metre pool
On-site restaurant and bar
Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am