By Travelzoo Staff
Overnight stays in a 16th-century coaching inn where Charles Dickens and Darwin reputedly stayed are now £99 per room. This deal from The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury, saves over 35% on the regular price and includes:
Why we love it
- Save over 35% on an overnight stay for two at The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury
- £99 instead of £158 for a Standard Double Room with full English breakfast
- 3-course à la carte dinner in the 2-AA-Rosette Hayward restaurant (worth £60)
The restaurant is listed in the Michelin Guide
Member of the Britain's Finest collection
The Lion Hotel, Shrewsbury
Shropshire, SY1 1UY
Tel: 01743 353107
What's included & when
- Nov. 21, 2012 - April 29, 2013
- - Overnight accommodation in a Standard Double Room
- - 3-course dinner for two in the 2-AA-Rosette Hayward restaurant (worth £30 per person)
- - Full English breakfast (worth £10 per person)
- This Grade I-listed hotel is on Wyle Cop, in the historic town of Shrewsbury. Illustrious former guests include Charles Dickens, who wrote The Pickwick Papers here.
- The 2-AA-Rosette Hayward restaurant has undergone a "chic, stylish transformation", says Britain's Finest and features "classically based cooking and refined presentation", says the Michelin Guide. Executive chef, Paul Maders, previously worked as head chef for Michael Caines at ABode Manchester.
- This deal is valid seven days a week until 28 April, 2013. The dining room is closed on Mondays, so a 2-night minimum stay is required. A 2-night package with full English breakfast on both mornings and a 3-course à la carte dinner (on one night only) is £149.
- Upgrade to a Superior Room for an extra £20 per night, a Deluxe Room for an extra £40 or a Suite for an extra £80 per night (payable to the hotel on booking).
- Not available on 24-26, 31 December.
The small print
Valid for an overnight stay in a Standard Double Room, full English breakfast and a 3-course dinner for two. Valid seven days a week until 28 April, 2013. Subject to availability. Note: the hotel has added more availability so we have extended the book by date. Now sold out on 15 March.
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