Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness
Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire, is set in 90 acres of stunning gardens and parkland. There is a fabulous collection of trees which look wonderful in the autumn season. The property is actually owned by the National Trust.
Guests can explore the trail around the grounds of the Historic House Hotel and a copy of a Tree Map will be provided. The walk takes around 2 hours and it is worth checking out the mile-long avenue of 234 lime trees, planted in the 1830’s.
Naturally, visitors will require sustenance after their exertions and a traditional afternoon tea menu, priced at £30, is available in Hartwell's historic drawing rooms. A new cocktail menu is also available and includes the King Louis (£16) which has been created to honour Hartwell's most famous resident.
This fabulous break encourages guests to enjoy a spot of retail therapy ahead of the Christmas season.Hartwell's VIP discount vouchers, including a 10% discount on lunch at their popular food and drink outlets, will be included.
The package is available daily Sunday to Thursday and includes accommodation in a luxurious double, or twin-bedded room, priced from £160 per person per night. It includes a glass of Prosecco, a dinner allowance of £36 each in the dining room, Wi-Fi, breakfast and use of Hartwell’s lovely Spa.
A weekend stay is also available from Friday, or Saturday. Prices start from £180 per person to include all of the above. Please note that the package is available from 1st to 30th November inclusive.
To make a booking, or find out more information about historical Hartwell, please telephone 01296 747444.