Burton-on-Trent: Two Night Stay For Two With Dinner and Breakfast for £95 at Three Queens Hotel (Up to 55% Off)
- Three star hotel
- Restaurant awarded AA rosette
- Complimentary newspaper in the room each day
- Near Tutbury Castle
- Executive double room
- Three-course evening meal on both evenings
- Full English breakfast daily
- Complimentary Wi-Fi in hotel’s communal areas
- Fri-Sun, or Sat-Mon stays only
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Valid for Fri to Sun or Sat to Mon stays only. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11am. Valid for executive double room with three-course dinner both evenings, and full English breakfast. Room services such as internet and movies will incur a supplement. Three-course table d’hote dinner can be exchanged for £17.50 towards an a la carte meal. Single occupancy incurs £20 surcharge payable direct to hotel. Upgrade to suite incurs £40 supplement or to a four poster room incurs £50 supplement. Original value based on online best available rate for Fri/Sun and Sat stays with dinner. Original values verified 31 July 2012 at 1.14pm.
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Resting in the heart of East Staffordshire on the banks of the River Trent, this three-star hotel shares its grounds with the flora and fauna of the National Forest in the centre of a town known for its beer-splashed heritage.
Drink in the surrounds with today's Groupon from Three Queens Hotel:
• £95 for a two night stay for two (Up to 55% off)
In an executive double room with a three-course dinner and full English breakfast each morning
Proffering intimate stays in rural Staffordshire, this three-star hotel dishes up a host of fancy services and freshly prepared dishes proudly pinned with an AA rosette. Guests can wake up to cups of tea and a complimentary newspaper brought to their bedside before spending lazy days in the Prince’s bar or tasty evenings in the Grill Room. They will also find complimentary car parking and a free Wi-Fi connection in the hotel’s communal areas.
Thrill seekers looking for a serious adrenaline rush can make the 45-minute drive to Alton Towers. Set in the Staffordshire Moorlands, the famous theme park takes visitors soaring, splashing and screaming through a fast-paced array of rides. For a calmer but more historic outing, head to the Grade-I listed Calke Abbey. Built between 1701 and 1704, the baroque mansion tells the story of the eccentric family who once inhabited it, but who faded in line with the building, which now lies in the safe hands of the National Trust. To get hearts racing once again, race on to Donington Park Circuit and its action-packed roster of speedy car, truck and superbike events.
• Executive double room with entertainment system (some services at extra cost)
• Choice of newspaper and tea, coffee, or orange juice brought to bedside in morning
• Three-course dinner from the Table d’hote menu on each night
• Full English breakfast each morning
• Upgrades to suite (£40) and four poster (£50) rooms available
Rail: Burton-upon-Trent train station is a few minutes’ drive from the hotel and runs regular connections to stations including Nottingham and Birmingham New Street.
Road: For driving instructions please visit this page.
The Three Queens Hotel received a dreamy 4.5/5 from TripAdvisors who were eager to praise the food and clean rooms, though special mentions went to the level of service.
Good large room, comfy bed and good facilities. The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful throughout our stay especially at breakfast which I have to say was first class.
– wharty970, TripAdvisor, Jul 2012
Extremely clean and beds very comfortable. There was an excellent choice for breakfast and again staff were very hospitable. Would highly recommend.
– Lucyread, TripAdvisor, Oct 2011