Staffordshire: One or Two Night Stay For Two Adults and One Child With Zoo Tickets, Wine, and Breakfast from £69 at Best Western Himley Hotel Dudley (Up to 52% Off)
- Part of the Best Western empire
- 19th century schoolhouse with period-style features
- Rural location near Shropshire
- Restaurant on site
- Stay in family room
- Includes breakfast each morning
- Day’s entry to Dudley Zoo within grounds of 11th century castle
- Includes animal talks and feeding times
- Bottle of wine on arrival
Limit 1 per 3 people (2 adults, 1 child). Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required by phone: 0844 855 9150. Bookings are non-cancellable.
Check in from 2pm, check out by 11am.
Valid for stay in family room.
Valid for children aged 15 or under.
Must be 18 or older with valid ID for wine.
Original values based on zoo ticket for child over 3 and online booking system for stay 14 to 16 October 2012. Limited availability on these dates.
Valid on option purchased only.
Original values verified 10 August 2012 at 3.45pm.
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A 19th century schoolhouse still featuring original beams and naughty-corners, Best Western Himley Hotel is the teacher’s pet with its location in the heart of the rural midlands.
Get your lines right with today's Groupon from Best Western Himley Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Stay for two adults and one child
In a family room with tickets to Dudley Zoo, breakfast, and a bottle of wine
• £69 for one night (Up to 48% off)
• £99 for two nights (Up to 52% off)
With 65 rooms ranging from family-sized to swanky doubles, this Victorian hotel offers an education in convenient snoozing. The Old Schoolhouse Restaurant and Conservatory features exposed brickwork and a rustic ambience, while a bright and airy windowed section offers views to the foliage surrounding it.
Spend a day monkeying around at Dudley Zoological Gardens, where kids can get up close and personal with tigers, cheeky orangutans, and fluffy alpacas. A bird of prey display swoops throughout the grounds of the 11th century Dudley Castle, while dedicated keepers welcome guests to giraffe talks and feeding time for the penguins. Take to the countryside, and make the roughly 25-minute drive to historical Bridgnorth, a picturesque Severn-side town where Tudor-style buildings and independent shops tempt a pause and engineering feats make for awestruck strolls. For a more urban visit, drive 35 minutes to Birmingham city centre and experience the shopping extravaganza up for grabs at the iconic Bullring.
• Family room
• Breakfast each morning
• Tickets to Dudley Zoological Gardens for one day
• Bottle of wine on arrival
Train: The nearest railway station is Wolverhampton, approximately 6.5 miles away, or around a 15-minute drive. Direct services run here from many parts of the UK, including London Euston, Birmingham New Street, Manchester, and Edinburgh.
Road: From the South, take the M5 and exit at Junction 4 towards Stourbridge and follow the A491 on to the Wolverhampton road. From the North, take the M6 and exit at junction 11 towards Wolverhampton. Follow the A460 and then the A449 through Wolverhampton, before reaching School Road.