Tucked away on the far South-Western corner of the Welsh coast, Hurst House on the Marsh is an unexpected haven of luxury, a unique Grade II listed 17 bedroom hotel and spa dedicated to fine food, rest and relaxation. Today's Groupon is offering you and a friend or lover the chance to experience this gorgeous retreat for a night, for the tiny price of £125 instead of the £280 that it would usually cost. Included will be your own private luxury bedroom, full breakfast, afternoon tea for two, full use of spa and gym facilities and complimentary refreshments. Basically, we're pretty excited about this Groupon, and we reckon you will be too.
Originally a 16th century dairy farm, the hotel's main house and restaurant in Laugharne overlooks acres of marshland and an organic kitchen garden, while a large courtyard is enclosed by beautifully renovated outhouses containing sumptuous bedrooms and a bijou spa. The elegant bedrooms are individually designed with luxury and relaxation in mind. An eclectic mix of antique furniture fuses with high tech comforts, including media centres and Roberts radios, while large bathrooms equipped with REN products and huge Frette linened beds provide indulgent pampering. Not only that, but the restaurant boasts a two Michelin star chef (Head Chef Dave Watts is fresh from a stint at La Manoir Aux Quat Saisons, whilst Consultant Chef Martin Blunos is the owner of two stars), so if you feel peckish after a hard day of relaxation, you can dine on exquisite, freshly prepared cuisine with ingredients sourced from their vegetable garden! This is a rare and exclusive Groupon which also includes 20% off any spa treatment and 20% off a second night's stay (if you love the place so much you don't want to leave).
What people are saying...
"The hotel: this whitewashed, 16th-century dairy farm smoulders with the suggestion of naughtiness. It’s partly down to the location, which is wild in every sense – marooned among melancholic Carmarthenshire marshes and anchored by the town of Laugharne, a “legendary lazy little black-magical bedlam by the sea”, according to its most famous former resident, the poet Dylan Thomas."
"Our individual suites shared a common theme: stunning Jeremy Cole lights shone over quirky screen-printed photos of local landmarks on shower tiles. Seriously swish B&O sound and TV systems were in evidence. Plantation shutters, pebbled bathroom floors, lime-washed walls and exposed beams… the off-courtyard boudoirs were unaffected, yet sensationally luxurious."