Hotel deals in picturesque Bath are notoriously few and far between. As "one of Britain's finest cities", according to The Guardian, it is a popular tourist destination all year round, but this deal from the award-winning Royal Hotel in the heart of the city is a cracker at £99 per night.
Valid for stays from 2 January-3 March, 2013, with Friday and Saturday nights at a £30 per room supplement, this deal saves you up to 45% and includes:
The property first opened as a hotel in 1846 and is centrally located, just a short walk from the Roman Baths, including Britain's oldest natural spa, the Thermae Spa. The hotel has won VisitEngland Silver and Breakfast awards this year and the on-site Brasserie Brunel restaurant has been recently refurbished. Enjoy dishes such as box-baked camembert with thyme and olive bread, lamb rump with a chorizo and vegetable broth, or a dark chocolate and amaretto brulee, amongst others.
Bath is England's only World Heritage City, after being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It is known for its Roman spas and Georgian architecture and was recently used as a location for the film adaptation of "Les Miserables". Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and Stonehenge are all nearby.
Book by 9 January.
Travelzoo tip: The hotel can organise tickets to the renowned Thermae Spa in the city with a 2-hour spa session for £26 per person and will provide a complimentary towel, cotton slippers, shampoo and shower gel.