2-night Cumbria (Gilsland Hall) getaway for TWO with afternoon tea & full English breakfast each morning only £79 @ TravelZoo
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2-night Cumbria (Gilsland Hall) getaway for TWO with afternoon tea & full English breakfast each morning only £79 @ TravelZoo

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Found 15th Mar
Thought this was an excellent price. Works out at under £20 per person per night.


Gilsland Hall is in the Cumbrian countryside, close to Northumberland National Park and the rugged moors of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Two-night stays at this ideal base for ramblers and wildlife enthusiasts are now £79 -- saving you up to 52% on the regular rates -- and include:


What's Included
  • Two nights' accommodation in a Standard Double/Twin room, afternoon tea on arrival and daily full English breakfast, for two
  • A 3-night stay with daily breakfast and afternoon tea on arrival is £119 -- saving you up to 59% on the regular rates
  • Not available on 30 March; 1, 28, 30 April; 3, 5-7, 26 May
Why We Love It
  • Gilsland Hall is set in 140 acres of manicured gardens and natural woodland with views over the countryside of Cumbria and Northumberland
  • You can enjoy afternoon tea on the hotel's patio, which overlooks the private gardens, have a game of croquet on the lawn or put your walking boots on and explore the local area
  • Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Northumberland National Park are less than 10 minutes' drive away
  • Muckle Moss National Nature Reserve, a mire (peat bog) with panoramic views from the ridges across the Tyne Valley to the North Pennines, is only 20 minutes' drive away. Try and spot the emperor moth, meadow pipit or skylarks in the grasslands.The North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is approximately 20 minutes' drive away
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I have never been to this place, but my ex-wife's Grandmother (she was a lovely old dear) used to go on a coach trip with her cronies every few months, that's a long time back, 25+ years ago - she loved it, but reading the reviews, the oldies still frequent the place as they did back then, one described it as a care home for the elderly, so it might be worth bearing that in mind!
nihcaj11 m ago

I have never been to this place, but my ex-wife's Grandmother (she was a …I have never been to this place, but my ex-wife's Grandmother (she was a lovely old dear) used to go on a coach trip with her cronies every few months, that's a long time back, 25+ years ago - she loved it, but reading the reviews, the oldies still frequent the place as they did back then, one described it as a care home for the elderly, so it might be worth bearing that in mind!


Thanks for the heads up...I thought it looked quite nice for the price. Still if it suits the oldies it may mean no feral kids! Always a bonus
This place is very close to where I used to work and is definitely for the 'blue rinse brigade', however as a hotel it's not bad at all and it's in a great part of the country for visiting Hadrian's Wall.
Edited by: "Heed20" 15th Mar
Gilsland Spa hotel has recently got new management, who are switching things up there. Heads up for anyone who chooses to visit, they do a lovely all you can eat carvery on a Saturday evening and Sunday. But as others have commented, they tend to get buses full of elderly people in quite regularly for ballroom dancing and other activities haha
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