Marwell Hotel Winchester Break

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  • #Family
  • #Wildlife
  • #Adult

£124.00 per Person as of 01/08/2023

Be transported to the treetops of Africa on this unique UK stay in Winchester at the Marwell Hotel. Relax in verdant surroundings just one hour from London and on the cusp of a wildlife park; take a break from the rush of modern life and enter an oasis of calm with breakfast each morning and dinner on your first night in the hotel's AA Rosette award winning restaurant.

Your great little break includes:
🌲2 nights’ accommodation 🌲Full English breakfast
🌲Dinner on your first night (£25 per person allowance)
🌲Availability from August 2023 - July 2024

Can be booked for 2, 4 or 6 nights (dinner also included on 3rd and 5th night, where applicable)

This deal is fully refundable up to 7 days prior to arrival
Superior rooms are available at a supplement, subject to availability - please click 'Change room type' in the Availability section below.

Why we love this
📍Feel like you’re on safari and wake up to the sound of exotic birds and chattering monkeys rather than passing traffic. Marwell Hotel neighbours Marwell Zoo, a 140 acre wildlife park, home to an incredible range of exotic and endangered species (click here for more information)
📍Enjoy local flavours simply cooked when you dine in the hotel’s restaurant: The Dining Room. Boasting two AA rosettes, the menu pays homage to the British seasons and traditions, sourcing its produce from the best of local suppliers
📍Take a short drive to Winchester, just 15 minutes from the hotel, and discover England’s ancient capital. Begin with a short climb up St Giles’ Hill for views over Winchester’s Georgian and Medieval buildings proudly stood in its original Saxon Street plan.

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