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You and a partner can enjoy free two-night stays at super country hotels, from castles to manor houses and country inns, from Lake Windermere to the Cornish coast, the Yorkshire moors to Scottish salmon rivers and beyond. As a CountryClubuk Member,
you pay for breakfast and dinner each day: your stay is free of charge. For a breath of fresh country air, or some serious sport, read on
Favourite Members' benefit: Choose from these fabulous two-night breaks
Lindeth Howe on Lake Windermere: save up to £244 per two-night break
A longstanding favourite with our Members, this charming small Edwardian country house was once home to Beatrix Potter. It stands on the banks of Lake Windermere, not far from the picturesque steamboat jetty which ferries passengers across the Lake.
A four-star hotel, Lindeth Howe offers exceptional food, views over Lake Windermere, and plenty of walking, sightseeing, riding and water sports nearby. It has a small fitness centre with swimming pool, sauna and spa treatments.
Two Night Break: Dinner and English breakfast: £61.50 per person per night. CCUK saving per person per night: up to £64. Saving per break: up to £244. Single supplement: from £25. Members can opt for room upgrades, including Lake View Deluxe, at additional supplements. Offer is open until further notice. Dogs cannot be accommodated.
Blackaddie House Hotel on the banks of the River Nith
The award-winning Blackaddie House Hotel stands in mature gardens running down to the banks of the River Nith, one of Britain's finest salmon and sea trout rivers, in the rolling hills of southwest Scotland. Its owner is Ian McAndrew, the youngest English chef ever to win a coveted Michelin Star
Blackaddie Country House Hotel is a real find. Not only is it in a beautiful setting, it is owned and run by Ian McAndrew, the youngest English chef ever to gain a Michelin Star. Not surprisingly therefore the food is outstandingly good—it has already earned two AA stars for its restaurant and a fistful of other awards. The combination of fine food and wine, famous fishing, beautiful scenery, walking, wildlife and historic sites to visit, in a part of Britain that is not only easy to reach but warmed by the Gulf Stream, is irresistible.
The McAndrews family—chef Ian and his wife Jane—bought the hotel in 2008 and brought with them from England their talents as restaurateurs (London’s Restaurant 74 in Knightsbridge and Southampton’s The Boathouse) and hotel background at The Dorchester and Carlton Tower. Their aim is to produce high standards of food and personal service in a friendly, informal, family atmosphere, so you feel really at home—and this they have achieved. Our Members have an exclusive two-night break here. Members pay £72 each for full Scottish breakfast and dinner each day, sharing a double room, including VAT and service, saving up to £180 per two-night break.
Lord Haldon Country House Hotel, Devon
This splendid Georgian country-house hotel at Dunchideock stands in 10 acres of Capability Brown landscaped grounds overlooking the beautiful Exe estuary, four miles from Exeter.
It dates from 1737, and its grounds were landscaped by Capability Brown, whose romantic vistas can still be enjoyed by hotel guests. This privately-owned hotel has been awarded three AA stars, with two rosettes for its excellent restaurant. It has a first-class reputation for offering guests peace, quiet and a high standard of service. It is an ideal centre for walking, fishing, bird-watching, riding and general sightseeing: several National Trust properties lie nearby and Dartmoor is half an hour’s drive away, as is the nearest coastal resort of Teignmouth. A warm welcome awaits for those who enjoy good service and food. The award-winning restaurant, with its superb views of the Devonshire countryside, serves modern British cuisine using mainly West Country produce. Two Night Break: Dinner and breakfast: from £60 per person per night. CCUK saving: up to £77 each per night. Total saving per break: up to £308.
Makeney Hall in the Derbyshire Peak
Makeney Hall Hotel, in the south-east corner of the Derbyshire Peak District National Park, is a traditional, comfortable mansion house which makes a perfect base for a sightseeing trip—it has a delightful setting, standing in six acres of gardens overlooking the Derwent Valley, in the pretty village of Makeney, three miles south of Belper, eight miles from Derby and 12 miles from the M1.
Many bedrooms have views over the valley, all have en-suite bathrooms, some sporting large, Victorian-style baths. Two-night break: Dinner and breakfast: from £52.50 each per night. Members' saving: up to £59 each per night. Saving per two-night break: up to £236.
A best-loved Members' deal: how it works
Members enjoy free consecutive two-night stays for two sharing a twin or double room. The accommodation is on the house. Members pay for their breakfasts and dinners each day, and for any extras they order. Rates are for the hotel's 'entry-level' room category, and can be upgraded for a small supplement. Bookings are all subject to availability, and some restrictions do apply, such as Christmas and bank holidays—please see each individual hotel entry for details. To check availability and book, call the Member Services team on 020 7399 2960 or make an availability request online.
A contemporary and comfortable four-star hotel on the north shore of Hayling Island (on the South Coast between Portsmouth and Chichester), overlooking Langstone Harbour and Estuary, with pool and spa. Ideal for beach walks and sailing—this is where the sport of windsurfing was invented—the island also boasts a real tennis court. Two-night break: Dinner and breakfast: £57 per person per night. CCUK saving per person per night: up to £52. Total saving per break: up to £208.
A friendly country inn at Great Broughton on the edge of the panoramic North York Moors, Wainstones is perfect for sightseeing and country walks and tours. Standing just outside Stokesley, it is not far from the market town of Guisborough, an hour from the mediaeval city of York, and less than an hour's drive from the Yorkshire coast. Two-night break: Dinner and breakfast: £55 per person per night. CCUK saving per person per night: up to £37.50. Total saving: up to £150.
This fine 18th-century four-star manor-house hotel near the ancient market town of Workington has views over the Solway FIrth and easy access to the Lake District. It offers excellent accommodation and dining, and a fine location for a relaxing break amid spectacular scenery and fresh country air. It is a favourite location for birdwatching. Two-night break: Dinner and breakfast: from £54 per person per night. Saving per night: up to £160. CCUK saving per two-night break: up to £212.
Carbis Bay Hotel, with its own golden beach in Cornwall
Carbis Bay Hotel is superbly situated on the golden sands of its own beach, Carbis Bay. This picturesque strand is part of St Ives Bay and is a member of the exclusive Most Beautiful Bays in the World organisation, only two of which are in Britain. This family-run hotel offers a tranquil setting, with splendid views over the bay and across to Godrevy Lighthouse. The award-winning restaurant serves English and continental cuisine—and you can also enjoy fine Cornish cream teas in the conservatory or on the sun terrace in summer. The hotel prides itself on traditional high standards of service, with courteous, friendly staff and attention to detail. The en-suite guest bedrooms are all individually furnished and offer room service. The hotel is a year-round destination, with plenty to see and do: it is not far from the centre of St Ives, a 45-minute drive from the Eden Project and close to many Cornish gardens and historic castles. Golf, fishing, riding and sailing are all available nearby—and the hotel offers Sunseeker motor boating. Two-night break: Dinner and breakfast: from £75 per person per night. CCUK saving: up to £56 per person per night. Total saving per two-night break: up to £112.
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Fallowfields Country House
The award-winning Fallowfields Country House is a beautiful Grade II listed manor house hotel situated in the lovely village of Kingston Bagpuize in the tranquil Vale of the White Horse, Oxfordshire. A winner of the South East Small Hotel of the Year, it offers excellent food (three AA rosettes) and a superb location for sightseeing and sport. Attractions include an orchard and farm, croquet lawn and falconry centre, and the hotel is an hour from Stratford-on-Avon for visits to the Royal Shakespeare theatre.
The Worsley Arms
The Worsley Arms in the pretty Yorkshire village of Hovingham, was built in the 1840s as a Spa Hotel. It offers a timeless country-house setting in the heart of the North York Moors, with excellent food, a convivial bar and comfortable en-suite bedrooms. This is a fine location for touring the area—it is on the edge of the National Park, close to the castle towns of Helmsley and Pickering, half an hour from the Yorkshire Dales and less than an hour from Scarborough. Local sports include grouse shooting.
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