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£130 – Northumberland stay inc meals & wine, 39% off
This package includes dinner for two, a bottle of red wine and late checkout
An escape to an Edwardian mansion in 1000 acres of Northumberland countryside is now £65 per person. This break from Slaley Hall saves up to 39% on the usual price, and is available into spring.
- Overnight accommodation in a Classic Double or Twin Room, with full English breakfast, for two
- A bottle of red wine in the room on arrival (worth £26)
- £28 credit per person towards dinner in Mr Kennedy's Brasserie
- Late checkout until 1pm
- Room upgrade (subject to availability on arrival)
- 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments and golf (Sunday-Thursday)
- Stay in a Feature Double or Twin Room for an extra £20, a Deluxe Double Room for an extra £30, a Superior King Room for an extra £45 or a Suite from an extra £100
Valid for Sunday-Thursday stays until 22 May.
Not available on 21-22, 29 February; 13, 21 March; 4, 18, 22-25 April; 9, 14 May.
Two-night stays, with the second night on B&B are £220 -- valid Sunday-Friday until 22 May. Saturdays are an extra £40.
Slaley Hall is on the edge of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is 30 minutes' drive from Northumberland National Park. There are also mapped walks of the hotel grounds and plenty of countryside trails from the hotel's doorstep. The village of Blanchland is less than 15 minutes' drive from the hotel -- be sure to see the old village abbey and the medieval vaulted bar at the Lord Crewe Arms tavern.
Alternatively, soak up some history at Hadrian's Wall, step back in time at Beamish Museum or take a leisurely stroll along Tynemouth Longsands beach. You can also explore Newcastle upon Tyne, with its "dramatic backdrop of Victorian elegance and industrial grit" (Lonely Planet). These are all around 50 minutes' drive from the hotel.
Facilities include a health club with an indoor pool, a sauna, a whirlpool, a steam room, a gym and a spa with nine treatment rooms (supplements apply for treatments). Quad biking, archery, paintballing and Segway tours can be arranged on request (extra charges apply). Golfers can choose between two 18-hole championship golf courses -- The Priestman course and The Hunting course, which is "widely recognised as the top track in the north east" (Today's Golfer). There is also a driving range.
Dining and drinking options include Mr Kennedy's Brasserie, Tommy Craig's bar and The Whiskey Snug, which features cosy wingback chairs, a coal fire and wood panelling.