Warwickshire: One Night Stay For Two With Breakfast and Spa Access at the 4* Wroxall Abbey Estate Hotel and Spa (Up to 56% Off)
- 12th century estate and former home of Sir Christopher Wren
- Listed buildings including Grade I listed Wren’s Cathedral
- Spa and beauty salon on site
- Several restaurants and bars
- One night stay for two in double room
- Full use of heated pool, sauna, steam room, and gym facilities
- Full English breakfast
- Complimentary bottle of wine when dining in hotel restaurant
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone via 01926484470 or email email@example.com. 48-hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun-Thu. Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 11am. Late check-out available up to 3pm for a £10 per hour supplement, subject to availability. Specific rooms subject to availability. Original values based on online rate for Mansion Superior room. All spa treatments must be booked in advance and will incur charges, please see
http://www.wroxall.com/treatments.ikml for further information. Original values verified on 10 August 2012 at 3.45pm.
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With a rich history stretching back to the 12th century, Wroxall Abbey Estate boasts 27 acres of crafted gardens, lakes, and woodland, as well as a cluster of listed buildings, including a Grade I church designed by former inhabitant, Sir Christopher Wren.
Take a noble break with today's Groupon from Wroxall Abbey Estate:
• £89 for a one night stay for two (Up to 56% off)
In a double room with a full English breakfast and spa access
With rooms retaining exposed beams and brickwork, and the odd four-poster bed and fireplace for added decadence, this historic hotel also houses the Grade I listed Wren’s Cathedral in its leafy grounds. The leisure club brings a touch of modern comfort, with a heated pool, steam room, sauna, and spa pool, as well as a fitness room for those feeling actively inspired. A spa is on hand for contemporary pampering, using products from ESPA to refresh weary travellers with facials and massage treatments. Two restaurants serve to fuel guests after days of exploration, while several bars offer garden views over a glass of wine, sofas to snuggle into, or sports coverage to keep up with big games.
Charge just under seven miles to the walls of Warwick Castle, built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century. Take on the Dragon Tower or spooky dungeons, enjoy a show of jousting, or experience a recreation of medieval warfare in the launch of the mighty trebuchet catapult. For an alternative line in British history, take an approximately 25-minute drive to the poetic streets of Stratford-upon-Avon, where Shakespeare fans can visit the Bard’s birthplace, final resting place, and all manner of inspiring spots in-between. For those who fancy some urban splendour, the bright lights and Bullring of central Birmingham sits a mere 30-minute drive away.
• Stay in a double room
• Access to all spa facilities
• Full English breakfast each morning
• Complimentary bottle of house wine when dining in the hotel restaurant
Rail: The closest railway stations are Lapworth, around four miles away, and Warwick Parkway, approximately five miles or around a ten-minute drive from the hotel. Direct trains run from Birmingham Snow Hill to both stations and from London Marylebone to Warwick.
Road: The hotel can be reached via the A46 towards Warwick, or from the M40 and the Warwick bypass. The entrance to Wroxall Abbey Estate is just off the Birmingham Road.
The Wroxall Abbey Estate Hotel and Spa was rated a king-sized 4/5 by TripAdvisors, while 90% of LateRooms.com reviewers would stay again. Opinions varied on the decor, though visitors complimented the hotel's staff and surroundings.
Stayed here on business, beautiful old building, helpful staff, lovely grounds. I had a large room, high ceilings lots of light with a spacious bathroom, corner bath and separate shower. Everything very clean.
– SandyHoyland, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
Even though it rained, what could be nicer that a drizzly walk around the Wroxall Estate? The chapel, the cemetery, and the grounds were lovely to explore. The staff met our every need!
– Gwdtraveler, TripAdvisor, May 2012