Tradiional Afternoon Tea Stay

4

£67.00 per person as of 25/04/2023

Set amongst 12 acres of landscaped grounds, in the heart of Hampshire, the Best Western Chilworth Manor hotel is an ideal location for visiting Southampton, Winchester, the historic town of Romsey and the beautiful New Forest National Park.

Your Great Little Break includes:
🥂 1 night
🥂 Full English breakfast*
🥂 Afternoon Tea served with a glass of Prosecco (worth £22.50 per person)

Can be booked for multiple nights

This deal is fully refundable up to 7 days prior to arrival

Please note:
* Please pre-book your dinner and afternoon tea reservations with the hotel directly as soon as your booking has been confirmed, to avoid disappointment.

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