Shropshire country hotel (Buckatree Hall Hotel) stay Inc Dinner, Full English breakfast & Glass of Wine (Free WiFi) only £69 per couple @ Travelzoo (more in OP)
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Shropshire country hotel (Buckatree Hall Hotel) stay Inc Dinner, Full English breakfast & Glass of Wine (Free WiFi) only £69 per couple @ Travelzoo (more in OP)

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Found 5th Feb
Thought this was an excellent price for everything that is included here.
Buckatree Hall Hotel is in an ideal location for climbing The Wrekin and exploring the historic Ironbridge Gorge. Overnight stays are now £69 -- saving you over 40% -- and include:
  • Accommodation in a Superior Double/Twin with Balcony, a 3-course dinner, and full English breakfast, for two
  • A glass of wine (worth £5 per person)
  • £119… 2-night stay with daily breakfast, a 3-course dinner on the first night only and a glass of wine each (extras are once per stay)
Why We Love It
  • The country house hotel is located at the foot of the famous Wrekin in tranquil Shropshire
  • Many rooms have balconies and overlook the scenic gardens and private lake
  • You can enjoy rural walks, travel back in time at local Victorian open-air museums and then head back to the hotel for some hearty food
Overview
Buckatree Hall Hotel is believed to have derived its name from stag hunting days, then a buck was found in the fork of a tree.
The hotel is very close to The Wrekin, an iconic hill with an ancient hilltop fortress. The walk to the summit is approximately 3.5 miles and takes an hour and 30 minutes.
The National Trust's Attingham Park is approximately 15 minutes' drive away. You can explore the 18th-century mansion where fallow deer roam the park, go stargazing or peruse the vast collection of Regency furniture, silver, paintings, porcelain and textiles.
Experience life as it was over 100 years ago through the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the recreated Victorian town at Blists Hill, an open-air museum 15 minutes' drive away.
Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1986, is 15 minutes' drive away. Silent ironworks, foundries and mines that once breathed life into the valley have now been replaced with boutiques, gastro pubs and museums.
The hotel's Lakeside Restaurant has views of the gardens and the private lake. The kitchen uses seasonal ingredients from local Shropshire suppliers.Facilities include a gym.
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1 Night Hotel Stay in Monk Fryston Hall, Full Breakfast, Coffee on Arrival, 3 Course Dinner £99 for 2 People (£49.50pp)

Thought this looked a gorgeous hotel!

Monk Fryston Hall, a Grade II-listed former monastery in North Yorkshire
  • This country-house hotel is set in 30 acres of gardens and mature woodland, with its own lake
  • The property has a rich history -- there's been a hall on this site since the 12th century, when the land was bequeathed to monks as a deer park

What's Included

  • Accommodation in a Standard Double or Twin Room, with full English breakfast, for two
  • Tea or coffee on arrival (worth up to £3.30 per person)
  • A 3-course set-menu dinner from the Market Menu (worth £29.95 per person) in the hotel's terrace restaurant, which holds an AA Rosette

When You Can Go

Sun-Fri until 30 April; (+£25 Sat nights) - not available on 10, 13-14, 17-18 February; 2-3, 24, 31 March; 1 April

Nearby

RSPB Fairburn Ings nature reserve, which has a swan-dotted lake and grassland habitats home to unusual birds, is less than 15 minutes' drive away

Leeds, York and Harrogate are within a 40-minute drive


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2-night Cumbria coaching inn stay £99

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  • Set in the scenic Winster Valley, The Brown Horse Inn is "an inn of many talents", says The AA -- behind its rustic exterior is "subtly modern" decor, and "innovative" food
  • Listed in The Michelin Guide 2018 and shortlisted in the Cumbria Food & Drink Awards 2017, the hotel is almost self-sufficient, specialising in home-grown produce and hand-pulled ale from its on-site brewery
  • You can sample some of the local outdoor pursuits, including sailing, fishing, horse-riding, cycling and rambling, or hunker down in front of a log fire in the cosy oak-beamed bar
  • The hotel is less than 10 minutes' drive from Bowness-on-Windermere, and around 20 minutes by car from the Lake District hot spots of Ambleside and Kendal




£139 – Blackpool: 2-night break with meals & wine


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Mini breaks for two at the Big Blue Hotel in Blackpool are now less than £70 per person. This 2-night package shaves up to 49% off the usual price and includes:

  • Two nights' accommodation in a Deluxe Double Room, with daily full English breakfast, for two
  • A 3-course set-menu dinner each on the first night only (worth £23 per person; members are advised to book dinner in advance)
  • A bottle of house wine in the room on arrival (worth £18)
  • Late checkout until 1pm (worth £30)
  • It's £89 for an overnight stay with breakfast, dinner, wine and late checkout


  • Big Blue Hotel is located just off Blackpool Promenade, a few minutes' walk from the beach
  • Blackpool Tower is a 15-minute tram ride from the property
  • Deluxe rooms feature their own lounge and fireplace

As the name suggests, this property is big (it has 157 rooms) and it is painted an unmissable shade of blue. The hotel is just off the Promenade on Blackpool's South Shore, less than 15 minutes by tram from the centre of this lively seaside resort.

There are plenty of attractions nearby, including Sandcastle Waterpark -- the UK's largest indoor waterpark -- less than 10 minutes' walk from the hotel. The iconic Blackpool Tower, which was built in 1894 and has an observation deck offering views of the seafront, is less than 10 minutes' drive (or 15 minutes' tram ride) away.

The hotel has a fully equipped studio gym (free for guests) and services including personal training, massages and sports injury therapy are available by appointment for an extra fee. The Blues Bar & Brasserie is open all day for drinks and dining. There's a children's menu and kids can get involved, preparing their own pizzas, tortilla wraps and ice cream sundaes. Afternoon tea is served in the bar area or on the patio, weather permitting. There's an à la carte evening menu, and during the day, a bistro-style menu of light bites, sandwiches and meals in the informal café bar.

Bedrooms are decorated with Designers Guild fabrics. There are family rooms with separate children's areas featuring bunk beds and PlayStation 3 consoles. Spacious Deluxe suites have separate lounge areas with contemporary fireplaces and Juliet balconies overlooking the Pleasure Beach. Wi-Fi is free.
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Seems great value. Booked, thanks OP
Make sure you visit Blists Hill. Just down the road. Brilliant.
this is a few minutes walk from the wrekin

Which is a hidden gem in Telford ~ I know Telford gets a bad rap .. But it is just about an hour to walk up and down . 40 up and 20 down the short way . If you stop then I would recommend the walk.
A ten minute drive to Shrewsbury which is a nicer town centre to walk around than Telford or head for Ironbridge , although unfortunately the bridge ,like Big Ben , is under scaffold as it is being refurbished.
Maybe someone else can offer up some good pubs close by but day time the Wrekin really is a must being so close

wrekin
Edited by: "said_enough" 5th Feb
said_enough4 h, 15 m ago

this is a few minutes walk from the wrekin Which is a hidden gem in …this is a few minutes walk from the wrekin Which is a hidden gem in Telford ~ I know Telford gets a bad rap .. But it is just about an hour to walk up and down . 40 up and 20 down the short way . If you stop then I would recommend the walk.A ten minute drive to Shrewsbury which is a nicer town centre to walk around than Telford or head for Ironbridge , although unfortunately the bridge ,like Big Ben , is under scaffold as it is being refurbished.Maybe someone else can offer up some good pubs close by but day time the Wrekin really is a must being so close wrekin


Yes Wrekin is good for a short walk with good views, bit head to church stretton and visit carding mill valley.
One decent local pub is the HayGate
Used to stayed here years gone by, with work. Room had a adjoining door, that room had somebody who coughed all night, it was like he was in the room, nice.
Was a bit run down in them days, the Hotel is bit out on it's own, though Wellington is near.
The pond area was more like a swamp back then.
Maybe it's been refurbished? Food was good.
Roderz6th Feb

One decent local pub is the HayGate


Ahahaha good one
Binary_Sudoku9 m ago

Ahahaha good one


LOL
Yep, broke a few ribs at the punk/skinhead nights!
(my own ribs I might add)
Booked it thanks. I especially like the managers responses to negative reviews on trip advisor- I respect the GM for backing his product and his staff. Good man
Telford’s ok just as good or bad as most other places in the uk , have lived here for over 20 years
Sorry to do this but I'd highly HIGHLY discourage you from going here. I booked this the last time this deal was featured on here. It was so bad we left early and after threatening to post a review and images to trip advisor the manager kindly refunded me in full. I don't want to go into too much detail but this place is very run down and dated. The room was cold and dirty. It was just not a pleasant experience. Staff were fine, manager friendly. But this place desperately needs some TLC. Food not great at all either.
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