Grade I-listed mansion overnight stay + Afternoon Tea + 3 Course Dinner + Breakfast £49.50pp @ Travelzoo
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Grade I-listed mansion overnight stay + Afternoon Tea + 3 Course Dinner + Breakfast £49.50pp @ Travelzoo

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Found 9th Apr
Amazing value! Staying in a Grade I-listed mansion and you'll get all included above for just £49.50pp (based on 2 people)

Chicheley Hall is an English country house built in the 18th century in the Baroque style. It was bought by the Royal Society and now also serves as the Kavli Royal Society International Centre, a facility dedicated to the advancement of science.

The property has original period features, ornate chandeliers, grand staircases and a great hall which was used in the filming of "Pride and Prejudice".

The restaurant serves classic British and European dishes. Afternoon tea can be served in the garden (weather permitting).

Milton Keynes is less than 10 minutes away by car. This famous new town turned 50 in 2017 -- you can visit its plethora of restaurants and bars, or search for the Concrete Cows, iconic sculptures created by Canadian artist Liz Leyh.

Woburn Safari Park, a wildlife park with over 1000 animals including elephants, tigers and black bears, is approximately 15 minutes' drive away.


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  • Overnight accommodation in a Guest room, with full English breakfast, for two
  • Afternoon tea on arrival (worth £17 per person)
A 3-course dinner (worth £28 per person)


Also thought this was good value


Hertfordshire: Edwardian manor stay w/wine for £65 per couple

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You can now save over 60% on overnight breaks for two at Needham House Hotel -- a boutique property in the Hertfordshire village of Little Wymondley. For less than £33 per person, this package includes:

  • Accommodation in a Classic Room or Executive Room, with full English breakfast, for two
  • A bottle of house wine (worth £18)
  • Extra nights on a B&B basis are £50



Why We Love It

  • This Edwardian country house is in a quiet village near Hitchin
  • The hotel re-opened in 2016 following a 3-year renovation
  • There's a 2-AA-Rosette restaurant and an ESPA spa
  • Luton Airport is 25 minutes' drive away and central London is easily reached by train
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MazingerZ34 m ago

Perfect for the fake instagram millionaires



Think your beemer would look good in front of it
Perfect for the fake instagram millionaires
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Perfect for the fake instagram millionaires
MazingerZ34 m ago

Perfect for the fake instagram millionaires



Think your beemer would look good in front of it
Has anyone stayed here before?
Good deal but I refuse to stay in the £99 chav section. All £129 sold out
poseidonxxx13 h, 57 m ago

Good deal but I refuse to stay in the £99 chav section. All £129 sold out


Chav section? There's no travel lodge here
NotTayyeb36 m ago

Chav section? There's no travel lodge here


Look at the difference between the 99 and 129 rooms and get back to me
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Wow! 'It's -a nice -a place!'
We have been there before with the de vere deals , Bedrooms are just OK but the food alone would cost this much so staying for free. House was run for SOE in WW2
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Edited by: "pas8" 10th Apr
pas810th Apr

We have been there before with the de vere deals , Bedrooms are just OK …We have been there before with the de vere deals , Bedrooms are just OK but the food alone would cost this much so staying for free. House was run for SOE in WW2Talking of beemer in front of it [img][Image]


Standard 2.8 or m sport?
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Krizzo39th Apr

Think your beemer would look good in front of it


Sold that.
For anyone who hates booking accomm with vouchers, well I checked this hotels website a week ago but this Saturday check in was unavailable. Checked again today and looks like some cancellations came up as there are some last minute rooms now at £89 inc breakfast for 2. Thats not a bad price considering the weekend average price around MK is rather high once you factor in breakfast. This area is unexpectedly popular probably because of the Bletchley Park computing and cypher museum.
Edited by: "buglawton" 21st Apr
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