Yorkshire Spa: Two Night Stay For Two With Afternoon Tea, Wine, and Spa Access from £149 at The Parsonage Country House Hotel (Up to 61% Off)
- 1840s country house hotel
- Six acres of garden and woods
- Spa and gym on site
- Pool, sauna, steam room, salt and aromatherapy rooms
- Restaurant on site
- Double standard room, or double or twin executive room
- Two days' spa access
- Afternoon tea on arrival on one day with sandwiches and scones
- Bottle of sparkling wine on arrival
- Breakfast each morning
- 20% off any spa treatments
- Complimentary bottle of wine with any three course meal for two booked in the restaurant
Limit 1 per 2 people. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid for stays Sun-Thu only. New clients only. Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID. Adult-only spa. Max 1 child under 12 may stay in room for £15 supplement per night. Upgrade to superior four poster room for £10 per person per night, subject to availability. Original values based on online booking system for stay 27 to 29 August 2012. Limited availability for these dates. Original values verified on 3 July 2012 at 2.51pm.
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Within the expansive greenery of North Yorkshire, this country house hotel holds its own with six acres of gardens and woodland to its name, and excess foliage creeping up its 1840s façade.
Get that country feeling with today's Groupon from The Parsonage Country House Hotel:
• £149 for a two night break for two (Up to 61% off)
In a standard double room with afternoon tea on one day, access to spa facilities, a bottle of sparkling wine in the room on arrival, and breakfast each morning
• £169 for a two night break for two (Up to 56% off)
In an executive double or twin room with afternoon tea on one day, access to spa facilities, a bottle of sparkling wine in the room on arrival, and breakfast each morning
Snuggled inside the teeny village of Escrick, The Parsonage Country House Hotel offers a grand retreat of classic hospitality with contemporary comforts. The pool and gym facilities are paired with The Cloisters Spa, where a sauna, aromatherapy room, and salt room await weary travellers. With facials and massage treatments to preen both ladies and gents, the treatment menu also beautifies with St Tropez spray tanning and Geleration manicures. Lascelles Restaurant is on hand with a table d' hote menu of Yorkshire beef and home-cured salmon to tease taste buds, before guests topple in to comfy beds.
Whet your local appetite with an afternoon tea for two, featuring mini sandwiches, cakes and biscuits, and home-made scones slathered in preserves and clotted cream. Nip six-and-a-half miles down the road to explore the winding streets and museums of York, or have a nosey around the boutiques, cafes, and architecture of The Shambles. Marvel at York Minster, or take the short and scenic drive to Selby to explore the towering 900 year-old Abbey, or cast off for a day of fishing on the banks of The River Ouse.
• Two nights in a double standard room, or double or twin executive room
• Afternoon tea on one day
• Bottle of sparkling wine in the room on arrival
• Two days’ access to all spa facilities
• Breakfast each morning
• 20% off any spa treatments
• Complimentary bottle of wine with a three course meal in Lascelles restaurant
Rail: York railway station is approximately 6.5 miles from the hotel, or around a 15-minute drive.
Road: From the M1, take junction 44 towards York and follow the A64 for approximately 13 miles. Follow the A19 towards Selby, and after approximately 3.5 miles The Parsonage Country House Hotel is on the right hand side.
Parsonage Country House Hotel receives a favourable 4/5 from TripAdvisors, and a superb 8.8/10 from Bookers. Reviewers applaud the calming atmosphere, quality of spa facilities, helpful personnel and level of cuisine.
The hotel is very quaint set in lovely grounds. The staff were very helpful and polite ... We were upgraded to a suite which was fantastic. The only thing I would like to have seen in the suite would be slippers to be partnered with the bath robe provided. The room was big and clean which overlooked a lovely garden where you can sit out when the weather is warm. The facilities are outstanding as the Spa has recently been built/refurbished. The restaurant was ideal for our needs, the food was fantasic [sic] ... – SkiptonYorks, TripAdvisor, Jul 2012
We had a beautiful afternoon tea sitting out in the garden while enjoying the sunshine. The evening meal was definitely average,but the breakfast was delicious. We had a light, airy, comfortable bedroom, and the staff were extremely helpful and polite ... – Lambchopski, TripAdvisor, May 2012