£75 instead of £180 for two people to stay in a superior room including full breakfast and complete use of the spa centre at the elegant Rushton Hall - Save 58%
- This imposing country pile even attracted the attention of Charles Dickens
- Includes accommodation for two in a superior room
- Resident chef and his team are dedicated to serving inspirational food using high calibre, seasonal and local produce
- Leisure facilities include heated swimming pool, indoor and outdoor spa, sauna, steam room and fitness suite
- 1 voucher per two people, multiple may be purchased as gifts
- Voucher valid from November 1st - March 31st, Sun - Fri
- Excludes the month of December and Valentine’s Day
- Advance booking required, please have voucher and security codes ready
- Cancellations within 48 hours of arrival date will incur 50% cancellation charges
- Subject to availability
- Not valid with other offers
If you’ve got “Great Expectations” when it comes to weekends away then we’ve got a country retreat for you which is guaranteed to tickle your fancy. Today’s deal entitles you and the person of your choice to pay a humble £75 instead of a stately £180 for one night’s accommodation in a superior bedroom including full breakfast and complete use of the luxurious Stableyard Spa at the imposing Rushton Hall. Charles Dickens certainly didn’t find this country pile to be a “Bleak House”, having been a regular here in the 19th century, even basing a number of his fictional locations on the fairytale setting.
The Stableyard Spa provides residents with a haven of relaxation in a beautiful setting. It is situated in the grounds of the original Rushton Hall stables and is linked to the hotel by a glazed corridor.
The restaurant serves up great English classics made from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients - enough to impress even the most sophisticated gastro-guests - and all superior rooms teem with period features, as well as thoroughly modern en suites. With a rich history, deep-routed literary connection and old world glamour in abundance - a stay at Rushton Hall isn’t just a novel idea - it’s a journey into the very fabric of British-ness.