Elstree: One or Two Night Stay For Two With Breakfast and Three Course Dinner from £89 at the 4* Edgwarebury Hotel (Up to 56% Off)
- 4* Tudor-style mansion house in Hertfordshire countryside
- Bar with 50 different whiskies
- Close to Aldenham House Park
- Excellent links to the capital
- En suite double room
- Cooked breakfast each morning
- Three course dinner on the first night of the stay
- Complimentary bottle of wine when dinning on second night
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay.
May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/the-edgwarebury-hotel-/.
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Non-refundable once booked.
Must present printed Groupon on redemption.
1 night stay option excludes Saturdays.
Check-in from 2pm; check-out by midday.
Valid for stay in standard double room.
Three course evening meal from inclusive menu on first night only. Select dishes subject to usual menu supplements. Drinks not included.
Complimentary bottle of red or white house wine only when dining on second night of stay; must be 18 or older with valid ID to consume alcohol.
Soft refurbishment takes place mid-August to September. From 13 to 19 August, dinner will be from alternative simple kitchen menu; enquire on booking.
Valid for option purchased only.
Original values based on advanced purchase rates.
Original values based on stay between 20 and 26 July 2012. Limited availability for these dates.
Original values verified on 25 June 2012 at 2.21pm.
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Intertwining ye olde Tudor elegance with the cosy new stylings of Laura Ashley design, the four star Edgwarebury Hotel boasts a rustic charm, well-suited to its Hertfordshire setting.
Look to the past with today's Groupon from The Edgwarebury Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Stay for two
In an en suite double room with breakfast and three course evening meal
- £89 for a one night stay (Up to 49% off)
- £125 for a two night stay (Up to 56% off)
Earning four stars with its opulence, this Tudor-style mansion oozes luxury from every room and boasts Corus-owned status. The 16th century building is surrounded by ten acres of woodland, with views of its landscaped gardens presented by the Cavendish Restaurant. Laura Ashley-designed touches feature in the modern wing, while the period features stay true in the Terrace bar, which boasts a selection of 50 different whiskies.
Keeping eyes on the past, meander through the village of Elstree and spot a mix of Grade II listed buildings from the 15th century, from Holly Bush Giyse to Aldenham House. Stroll right through the centre and out towards Aldenham Country Park's 175 acres of woodland and parkland set around a large reservoir. Day-trip into the capital using the excellent transport links from Elstree and Borehamwood for either a spot of retail therapy or a riverside gander along the Embankment.
- Standard en suite double room with TV, hairdryer, and hospitality tray
- Cooked breakfast each morning
- Three course evening meal on the first night
- Complimentary bottle of wine when dining on the second night
- Complimentary Wi-Fi in the lounge
Train: Elstree and Borehamwood rail station is under 5 minutes by car from the hotel, providing links into central London.
Road: Elstree is reachable off the M1 at Junction 4, with the hotel lying just off Barnet Lane.
The Edgwarebury Hotel received 3.5/5 from TripAdvisors. There were some mixed opinions on service and decor, though visitors complimented the food and noted the main building’s architecture and grounds.
The hotel is in a lovely quiet setting with great terrace / garden to relax in. The staff are all fantastic, very corteuos [sic] and professional we felt very well looked after and nothing was a problem.
– Lowes68, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
It really is a beautiful place and there is information leaflets giving you a brief history of the building. Our room was in the annexe and it was spotlessly clean, well equipped and had a lovely view.
– EssexTink, TripAdvisor, May 2012