1 Night Stay for 2 at the 4* Laura Ashley "The Manor " Hotel Herts + Full English Breakfast + 3 Course Dinner in the  AA 2 Rosette Restaurant + Glass of Prosecco £49.50 pp @ Travelzoo
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1 Night Stay for 2 at the 4* Laura Ashley "The Manor " Hotel Herts + Full English Breakfast + 3 Course Dinner in the AA 2 Rosette Restaurant + Glass of Prosecco £49.50 pp @ Travelzoo

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Mod & Ed
Found 6th May 2016
Thought this looked an amazing place & it has exceptional reviews on tripadvisor & elsewhere, some of the best I've seen & with Father's Day not far off, it might make a lovely gift for your parents or just treat yourselves to a little luxury.
The price includes;
Accommodation for 2 in a Standard Room with full English breakfast
3-course dinner for 2 in the AA- 2 Rosette Cavendish Restaurant (worth £35 each)
Glass of prosecco (worth £7.50 per person)
Offer is valid sun - thurs until 31st May or you can pay a little more & stay Fri & Sat for £119 until then or £129 Sun-Thu from 1 Jun-31 Jul & £149 Fri & Sat nights.
Additional B&B nights are from £69
The 4-star Laura Ashley The Manor in Hertfordshire is listed in The Times's Cool Hotel Guide and praised for its "elegant" style & "excellent service". Good Housekeeping says it's "perfectly placed for a peaceful weekend retreat"
Previous guests include Peter Sellers, Tom Cruise & John Cleese

The 4-star Laura Ashley The Manor in Hertfordshire offers boutique accommodation in the countryside, just 30 minutes from London. Owned by the Laura Ashley brand, it is listed in The Times's Cool Hotel Guide, which praises its "elegant" style and "excellent service".

Tucked away at the end of a curved driveway in Elstree, the Tudor-style Victorian house is surrounded by 10 acres of manicured gardens. It has a large terrace that overlooks a pond, and there's a big chess set on the lawn.

The hillside manor retains many of its original architectural features, including the dramatic wooden fireplace in the centre of the grand reception hall. The décor, designed by the Laura Ashley team, features neutral colours, rich fabrics and ornamental pieces.

The Cavendish Restaurant, which has two AA Rosettes and is listed in The Michelin Guide 2016, serves modern British dishes. The Terrace Bar overlooks the gardens and has panoramic views of London on a clear day. It's an ideal spot for afternoon tea with a glass of champagne.
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Original Poster Mod & Ed
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Stayed here the other week, beautiful hotel.
Good deal, but the price ramps up quick. £149 for Fri/Sat after 31st May!
Heated added, just booked for bank holiday Sunday for £99. Don't forget quidco 5%.
"Previous guests include Peter Sellers, Tom Cruise & John Cleese"

Am I right that two out of three have died?
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wow great deal
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"Previous guests include Peter Sellers, Tom Cruise & John Cleese"Am I … "Previous guests include Peter Sellers, Tom Cruise & John Cleese"Am I right that two out of three have died?


Only if you've just murdered Tom or John!
Ah, this is where they filmed the tennis match scenes in Terry-Thomas film School For Scoundrels, which funnily enough was on BBC2 this morning.
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"Previous guests include Peter Sellers, Tom Cruise & John Cleese"Am I … "Previous guests include Peter Sellers, Tom Cruise & John Cleese"Am I right that two out of three have died?


Sorry to break this but death is the only thing guaranteed in life.

Heat added
Just looking at the map where this is. Looks like cycle route 5 is very near and about 90 minutes ride into London. Used to work in Kilburn so know that route to south of the river very well. Anyone know how hostile the route down from Elstree is?
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