When you can’t see the wood for the trees, it’s good to take a holly day, have it larch, or visit the beech and bask away those oaks and pains. Take some yew time with today’s Groupon: for £126 instead of up to £315 two people get a one night stay with breakfast and dinner, spa access and more at Whittlebury Hall.
With four stars for the hotel and two AA rosettes for its restaurant, Whittlebury Hall’s extensively decorated lapels are worthy of any major general. Employing relaxation and cleansing methods from around the world, the spa provides access to a Roman Caldarium, Turkish Hammam, and Finnish log sauna without the need for a time-travelling flying machine. The pampering provided includes unusual heat and ice experiences delivering relaxing, invigorating sensations of juxtaposing scents and salts, and steam rooms of high and low humidities.
Groupon gallivants can check in any time after 3pm, taking their heat and ice experiences between 5.30pm and 10pm on Mondays to Fridays, and between 4pm and 8pm on Sundays. The cornucopia of facilities will be on offer, but lolled layabouts will have to summon energy for the antipasti dinner, served in the Terrace Café between 6.45pm and 7pm. After a sound night's sleep in a standard room, guests will be able to wake up to a full English breakfast before checking out at 11am.
An impressive 84% of LateRooms users recommended the Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa, while users on Booking.com awarded the hotel an encouraging 7/10. Former guests of the hotel and spa praised the comfortable rooms and scenic location.
Superb aesthetics, very upmarket, with superb facilities. Country Manor style, the whole setting very picturesque.
– Anthony, Booking.com, July 2011
We really enjoyed our stay at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel and Spa. The staff were very helpful and friendly. We enjoyed the used of the spa (pool, sauna, jacuzzi). We booked a table for dinner, the restaurant. There was plenty of lovely food to chose [sic] from. The room was a nice size and very comfortable.
– Lianne Kendrick, LateRooms, November 2009