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Incredible deals to the UK's best hotel spas

Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

Incredible deals to the UK's best hotel spas

Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

Incredible deals to the UK's best hotel spas

Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

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Browse and book our top exclusive hotel spa offers and breaks in popular locations across the UK in locations including Surrey, Windsor, the Cotswolds and Devon. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms and luxury spa breaks where you can enjoy a facial or massage surrounded by high-end facilities. "Sir Christopher Wren is the only hotel in Windsor to overlook the Thames (a fine view it is too)." Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor Rooms from £75 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay Full English breakfast £50 credit to spend at The Brasserie (per room, per night) Free use of Wren’s Club spa facilities Tickets for entry to Windsor Castle Treat yourself to a royal getaway in Windsor with a stay at the historic Grade II listed, 17th-century hotel. Here, guests are treated to superb views of the spires of Eton College, not to mention some excellent wellness facilities and top-notch service. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “With beautiful views of the River Thames and the spires of Eton College, this historic hotel – named after Sir Christopher Wren, architect of St Paul’s Cathedral – occupies an enviable spot. Expect ancient grandeur in the main house, and contemporary mod cons in the newly renovated wings.” Book by December 30, 2017. Valid for stays until April 30, 2018. Call to book: 0333 122 5508 View offer • Read the full review: Sir Christopher Wren, Windsor "The Soltus spa at Balmer Lawn Hotel provides a relaxing experience with soothing music, soft lighting, attractive stone walls, beautiful furnishings made from reclaimed wood." Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £165/£239 per person  Two or three-night stay in a Superior room  Full English breakfast  Three-course dinner each night of stay (£30 allowance per person) Enjoy a two or three night stay in a classic hotel set amongst New Forest National Park’s breath-taking wildlife and scenery. This traditional hotel is highly acclaimed for their outstanding personal service as well as a high-end restaurant which serves a seasonal menu of international cuisine. Relax and unwind in the hotel’s swimming pools, spa bath or sauna. Kathryn Linston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A zen-style spa, two AA rosette restaurant, and warm and friendly service welcome guests at this characterful family-owned hotel which has hosted kings, queens and generals since the mid 1800s.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 9190 View offer • Read the full review: Balmer Lawn Hotel, New Forest "With 90 acres of rolling meadows, forest and gardens on its doorstep, Hartwell feels like it’s deep in the countryside." Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire Rooms from £199 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic room Cooked English breakfast each morning Two-course seasonal dinner for two on one of the evenings Complimentary Telegraph morning newspaper Late check out until midday Use of the Spa and over 90 acres of gardens and parkland 15% off spa treatments (Monday – Thursday) Entrance for two people to a local National Trust property of your choice including; Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Hughenden Manor Enjoy a two-night stay at this impeccable stately home. A beautiful blend of Jacobean and Georgian architecture, this National Trust-owned Grade-1 listed residence provides a fantastic range of facilities and services. Set in 90 acres of graceful gardens and parkland, this historic masterpiece is the perfect destination for those looking to relax and enjoy themselves in style. Hazel Plush, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “A spectacular country house hotel set in 90 acres of beautiful grounds – with a fine spa, excellent dining, sumptuous rooms and colourful royal history. Owned by the National Trust and stuffed with antique treasures, this is no ordinary hotel.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 29, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Hartwell House, Buckinghamshire "Reached via country lanes, the manor has the kind of calm only found in the back of beyond." Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales Rooms from £169 per person Two-night stay in a Suite Full Welsh Breakfast Four-course dinner each night Full afternoon tea during stay 1 pm late check out  Take advantage of a special two-night stay exclusively offered to Telegraph readers at this privately-owned country house hotel overlooking lakes and the River Irfon in a scenic Welsh landscape near Builth Wells. An unmissable offer gives you the chance to relax at your leisure in the onsite spa, stroll around the lovely grounds and enjoy superbly spacious suite accommodation.   Kerry Christiani, Telegraph’s Travel Writer says: “This mock-Tudor manor is a class act. A lodge-style spa, locally-sourced food and acres of lake-dotted grounds to explore make it a wonderful off-the-radar country escape.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Lake Country House Hotel & Spa, Wales "The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top-notch spa." The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey "The Devonshire Fell is part of the Chatsworth-owning Duke of Devonshire's Yorkshire estate of Bolton Abbey." The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire "Cotswold House Hotel is set across a row of four properties in the heart of one of the region’s most beautiful towns." Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds Rooms from £185 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Classic Double room Full English breakfast each morning  Dinner on one night (£35pp allocation)  Two tickets to Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens  Full use of spa facilities Late check out at 12pm Escape to the picturesque Cotswolds countryside for a relaxing two night break at a grand luxury spa hotel. Set in the charming village of Chipping Campden, the ideal location for exploring this beautiful region. Tom Metcalf, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grand, Regency-era house is in the artsy Cotswolds village of Chipping Campden. If you're not out walking the nearby Cotswold Way, or visiting nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, you'll be enjoying a treatment in the spa, located in the former coaching inn.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1036 View offer • Read the full review: Cotswold House Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds "A grand, early-Georgian facade (added in the 1740s) disguises Hintlesham Hall's 16th-century origins." Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk Rooms from £99/150 per person One or two-night stay in a Superior Double room Full English breakfast both days Three-course table d’hôte dinner on the first night  Bottle of Prosecco in the room on arrival 20% discount on pre-booked spa treatments Enjoy a relaxing break at a 16th-century country house hotel located within 175 acres of parkland and herb gardens. The hotel boasts original Elizabethan features including wood-panelled rooms, carved oak staircases and shuttered windows as well as an award-winning restaurant. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Set within a 175-acre estate near the village of Hintlesham, five miles outside Ipswich. Chef Alan Ford's cooking is French-influenced along traditional lines and the wine list is excellent.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Hintlesham Hall, Suffolk "Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at Rhinefield House Hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room almost within touching distance of the forest." Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest Rooms from £109/215 per person One or two-night stay Breakfast for two Dinner on both nights Welcome Prosecco on arrival Set deep in the pastures of New Forest national park, this enchanting residence hosts a perfect blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. From the archaic turrets to the spectacular 40 acres of lush private grounds this residence enraptures guests in its magic. Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Enjoy grandeur on an epic scale at this mock Tudor hotel with its impressive turrets and gardens, carved fireplaces, bejellewed ‘Alhambra’ dining room and luxurious bedrooms almost within touching distance of the forest.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays until January 28, 2018 Call to book: 0333 220 9803 View offer • Read the full review: Rhinefield House Hotel, New Forest "Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, The Carlyon Bay Hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project." The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall Rooms from £180 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay Breakfast Full Afternoon Tea for two Dinner in the AA Rosette Bay View Restaurant each night One round of golf per person per night of stay Full use of the spa and leisure facilities Escape to unrivalled luxury on the Cornwall coast, set on the scenic cliff-top setting overlooking staggeringly beautiful views of St Austell Bay. Perfectly located in easy reach of many attractions, the world famous Eden Project is just minutes away. Imagine sumptuous dining, a heavenly spa, championship golf course and 250 acres of private grounds. Savour award-winning cuisine and take in spectacular sea views that will take your breath away. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Majestically positioned on the South Cornish coast, this country house hotel is perfectly placed for heading to sandy beaches and the Eden Project. On site, the large, luxurious residence impresses with its leisure facilities, spa, golf courses and old-fashioned pomp.” Book by December 22, 2017 for stays from October 29, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 414 3698 View offer • Read the full review: The Carlyon Bay Hotel, Cornwall "Barnett Hill Hotel sits on an estate hemmed in by redwood pines and coral-petalled rhododendrons with leaves that smell of honey." Barnett Hill House, Surrey Rooms from £85 per person for a one-night stay One-night stay in a Luxury Room  The full works breakfast  £35 per person to spend on dinner Indulge in an overnight break at a luxury four-star boutique hotel, this Queen Anne style mansion dates back to 1905. Set in 26 acres of gardens and woodland in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to the medieval town of Guildford. The hotel boasts a scenic hill top location with 360-defree views across the surrounding area. End your evening with a relaxing dinner in the Oak Room Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosette for the outstanding menu. Sherelle Jacobs, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This four-star Victorian mansion is sizzling from a multi-million-pound renovation: rooms are swanky, hallways are redolent of Kensington Palace.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 0501 View offer • Read the full review: Barnett Hill House, Surrey "Carbis Bay is the only British hotel with its own Blue Flag beach." Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate, Cornwall Rooms from £175/235 per person Two or three-night stay Full Cornish breakfast Dinner on one night in the Sands Restaurant Afternoon Tea during stay Relax and unwind at a luxury St Ives hotel, set on a beautiful Blue Flag beach, just under two miles from the picturesque town of St Ives. The hotel is reputable for its AA Rosette-awarded restaurant, eco-friendly approach, relaxing spa, beach wedding venue and breathtaking views across of the world’s most beautiful bays. Richard Mellor, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Scenically perched just above its own sandy Blue Flag beach outside St Ives, Carbis Bay’s position is truly stunning. The handsome 125-acre estate includes fine-dining, a superb spa, watersports, a pool and myriad accommodation options – all stylish, and some decidedly luxurious.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 5911 View offer • Read the full review: Carbis Bay Hotel, Cornwall "An ambiance of elegance and comfort at Mar Hall prevails among period antiques, tapestries, heavy tasseled drapes and designer cushions." Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland Rooms from £229 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full breakfast daily Welcome drink each on arrival  Three-course dinner each night in the Cristal restaurant 3pm late check out Indulge in an extraordinary two-night stay at this luxury abode near Glasgow. After a £15-million makeover, what used to be 19th centaury neo-Gothic baronial mansion has become the epitome of extravagance. It boasts both swimming pool and spa facilities, along with an exquisite 18-hole golf course. Gavin Bell, Telegraph’s Destination Expert says:“A classy out-of-town option, a 19th century neo-Gothic baronial mansion designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architectof the British Museum, transformed into a five-star resort in 2004 after a £15-million renovation. Excellent spa with pool and full range of treatments, and an 18-hole golf course.” Book by December 30, 2017 for stays until March 31, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 1535 View offer • Read the full review: Mar Hall Hotel & Spa, Scotland

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

Eight incredible last-minute Yorkshire hotel deals

Find our best last-minute hotel deals in Yorkshire, across popular locations such as the Yorkshire Dales, the Peak District and North Yorkshire. These offers include exclusive rates on five-star rooms, fine-dining restaurants, weekend spa breaks, afternoon tea and complimentary tickets to a range of local attractions and events. Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske Rooms from £65/£119/£169 per person One, two or three-night stay in a Classic Double room Breakfast  Tickets to World of James Herriot  Three-course dinner on one evening (one and two nights)  Deluxe Afternoon Tea for three-night stays Nestled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York, this handsome Georgian mansion is an idyllic country retreat, set on 9 acres of gardens and woodland. Individually-decorated guest rooms combine traditional charm with contemporary touches, and many rooms boast stunning views over the gardens and Yorkshire countryside beyond. This hotel is the perfect position for exploring this lovely part of Yorkshire. Rachel Everett, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “This grade II Georgian manor in Yorkshire’s Herriot Country feels more like a wealthy friends’ residence than a hotel. With views over the surrounding countryside, Solberge Hall offers understated charm and an intimate atmosphere.” Book by December 30 for stays until December 22, 2017 Call to book: 0330 037 9871 View offer • Read the full review: Solberge Hall, Newby Wiske The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales Rooms from £188 per person Two-night stay A fully cooked Yorkshire or continental breakfast in the morning A meal in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant A bottle of prosecco  Save up to 35% on a charming countryside retreat in the heart of North Yorkshire, located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Near to Skipton Castle and Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway and Malham Cove. Enjoy a delicious freshly prepared meal in the two AA Rosette awarded restaurant serving local Dales bred lamb, beef and tasty fish dishes. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert says: “This characterful country inn has an award-winning restaurant, charming service and simply furnished bedrooms. It's popular with travelling foodies.” Book by December 30 for stays until April 30, 2018 Call: 0333 331 9586 View offer • Read the full review: The Angel Inn at Hetton, Yorkshire Dales The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey Rooms from £225 per person Two-night stay in a Deluxe room Full Yorkshire breakfast each morning Dinner in the AA rosette Brasserie Restaurant on one night Taste of the Dales six-course tasting menu in the Burlington Restaurant on one night 20% off all pre-booked spa treatments Unlimited use of our exclusive spa and leisure facilities Complimentary Access to the Bolton Abbey Estate Bask in the wonder of the Yorkshire Dales at this charming country house. With breath-taking riverside views and a Michelin star restaurant to match this hotel is fantastic place stay if you are visiting the Yorkshire area. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph’s Hotel expert says: “A country house and spa on the Bolton Abbey estate renowned as one of the heavyweights of Yorkshire hotels. The hotel, originally built in the 17th century as a coaching inn, retains much in the way of original character. The hotel also boasts four-poster beds, lovely views and a top- notch spa.” Book by December 30 for stays until March 23, 2018 Call: 0330 029 0730 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa, Bolton Abbey The Principal York, York Rooms from £249 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior room Breakfast daily Champagne afternoon tea for two on one day Three-course dinner for two on one night Yorkshire welcome basket on arrival Late check-out of 2pm Free parking Save up to 40 per cent on a two-night stay at one of Britain’s great Victorian railway hotels: The Principal York, has views of the city’s famous Minster, and is the perfect base from which to explore the historic centre. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “The Principal York is a five-storey, four-star, 155-bedroomed Principal York hotel that has been beautifully revamped thanks to a £15million makeover that has not only restored former glories, but created one of the city’s finest and most impressive places to down bags.” Book by December 30 for stays from September 18, 2017 - March 30, 2018 Call to book: 0333 122 7051 View offer • Read the full review: Principal York, York The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Rooms from £189 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Superior or Luxury room  Full Yorkshire breakfast on both mornings  A superb three-course dinner in The Fell Restaurant one evening A delicious five-course Tasting Menu for the second evening  Yorkshire Cream Tea for two on arrival Complimentary access to The Devonshire Spa, Bolton Abbey Complimentary access to The Bolton Abbey Estate  20% off spa treatments at the Devonshire Spa at Bolton Abbey Enjoy a relaxing two-night stay in the Yorkshire, set in the picturesque village of Burnsall with its five-arched, stone bridge and idyllic riverside walks. The hotel is on the edge of Bolton Abbey, the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire with many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites within a 30-minute drive. Soak up the striking views of the Yorkshire Dales whilst dining in the 1 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant – perfect for those who love fine food & stunning scenery. Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Yorkshire expert, says: “Friendly, contemporary-style hotel in a picturesque Yorkshire Dales’ village, with bright colours and a relaxed feel. Well-placed for exploring Wharfedale whether walking, browsing shops and tearooms, or enjoying the views.” Book by March 20, 2018 for stays until March 20, 2018 Call to book: 0330 037 9778 View offer • Read the full review: The Devonshire Fell, Skipton Swinton Park, Ripon Rooms from £125/£229/£324 per person One, two or three night stay in a Knights/Barons Room  Full English or Continental breakfast each day  Three-course dinner from Samuels Restaurant or the Terrace Menu  Cream tea for two served one afternoon during your stay  Spa use from 3pm day of arrival until 11am day of check-out  Complimentary 12noon check out Enjoy a relaxing stay in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake- and tree-filled grounds, home to a herd of fallow deer, situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stretching from the River Ure in Wensleydale up onto the moors. Sample top notch cuisine which draws on the freshest, local and home-grown produce. Fiona Duncan, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.” Book by December 31, 2017 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 414 3461 View offer • Read the full review: Swinton Park, Ripon Hotel Indigo, York city centre Rooms from £145 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in a Standard room Breakfast for two people each morning A complimentary bottle of wine A two-course meal at No.88 Walmgate for two people on the first night Cream tea for two on one day Save up to 20 per cent on a two-night stay at Hotel Indigo York, crowned the 2016 IHG Hotel Indigo of the Year for Europe. Located in the buzzy area of Walmgate, this characterful boutique hotel offers a warm Yorkshire welcome and is perfectly located for exploring the city’s medieval centre, attractions and shops. Tuck into the hotel’s award-winning breakfast before you head out to explore the best of the city. Rob Cowen, Telegraph Travel’s York expert, says: “This is a lovely, solid, button- smart and surprisingly well-designed boutique hotel in York’s most up and coming area. Details matter, rooms really impress and the ambience is as welcoming as a Yorkshire bear hug.” Book by December 31 for stays from September - December 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 5406 View offer • Read the full review: Hotel Indigo, York city centre  Grange Hotel, York city centre Rooms from £129 per person for a two-night stay Two-night stay in one of the individually-designed bedrooms  Full Yorkshire breakfast both mornings  Three-course Table d’hote dinner on the first night in The Ivy Brasserie  Bottle of house wine with dinner Entry Tickets to either Castle Howard or York's Chocolate Story  Late midday check out day of departure Enjoy a luxury two-night stay in the heart of York, just a five-minute stroll from the historic the city centre. The Ivy Brasserie, the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its delicious fusion of French cuisine with fresh local Yorkshire ingredients. Rob Cowen, the Telegraph’s Yorkshire expert, says: “A city-centre hotel with classic Georgian interiors, spacious bedrooms and an excellent restaurant." Book by November 30 for stays until December 31, 2017 Call to book: 0333 130 6441 View offer • Read the full review: The Grange Hotel, York city centre View more offers... Browse existing deals which have been dropped in price for 24 hours. Secret Escapes Price Drop Browse and book Check Telegraph-recommended flights & hotels partnered with lastminute.com Flight + Hotel Browse and book Search a selection of UK hotels + rail from our partner Superbreak Hotel + UK Rail Book hotel +UK Rail

FA Cup third-round draw in full: Liverpool v Everton and Brighton v Crystal Palace the stand-out ties

The draw for the third round of the FA Cup has produced a series of major derbies, including a first match at this stage of the competition since 1932 between Liverpool and Everton. Jurgen Klopp and Sam Allardyce’s teams were paired together during Monday night’s draw, as were Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion. North-East neighbours Sunderland and Middlesbrough, who have both been relegated in recent years to the Championship, were also drawn together. Arsenal, who are attempting to win the trophy for a fourth time in five years, will begin their defence at Nottingham Forest. Other especially eye-catching fixtures include AFC Wimbledon’s return to Wembley in the FA Cup some 30 years on from their memorable triumph in 1988 to face Tottenham Hotspur.  Luton Town, now of League Two and the FA Cup finalists in 1959, also have glamorous away Premier League opponents in Newcastle United. Premier League leaders Manchester City have a tricky home tie against Sean Dyche’s Burnley, while Manchester United host Derby County and Chelsea are away at Norwich City. Who will be lifting the FA Cup come what May? Credit: Getty Images  Hereford, who are in the seventh tier of the football pyramid, will face 2016 Premier League champions Leicester City if they manage to overcome Fleetwood in their second-round replay. Four non-league sides were involved in the draw, which was conducted by Glenn Hoddle and Jermain Jenas ahead of the second-round match between Slough Town and Rochdale, but none are currently guaranteed a place in the third round. National League club AFC Fylde will have the opportunity to face Premier League opposition in Bournemouth if they beat Wigan Athletic in their replay. Woking, who also play in the fifth tier of the pyramid, have the chance to play at Villa Park against Aston Villa if they beat Peterborough in their replay. The ties will take place on Jan 5-7, with timings dependent on which matches are selected for live screening by BBC and BT Sport. There was criticism last year that broadcasters often opted to show big Premier League clubs rather than the more romantic ties, such as the third-round fixture between non-league Sutton United and AFC Wimbledon. Sutton did eventually make it to a televised tie against Arsenal in the fifth round. Arsenal subsequently beat Manchester City and Chelsea in the semi-final and final to win what was a record 13th FA Cup. The draw in full: Ipswich v Sheffield United Watford v Bristol City Birmingham v Burton Liverpool v Everton Brighton v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan Coventry v Stoke Arsene Wenger's Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest Newport v Leeds Bolton v Huddersfield Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Brentford v Notts County QPR v MK Dons Manchester United v Derby Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon Middlesbrough v Sunderland Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester Blackburn or Crewe v Hull Cardiff v Mansfield Manchester City v Burnley Shrewsbury v West Ham Wolves v Swansea Stevenage v Reading Newcastle v Luton Millwall v Barnsley Fulham v Southampton Wycombe v Preston Norwich v Chelsea Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday Ties to be played January 5-7 7:27PM One for the ages?  Another exciting looking tie is 2016 Premier League champions away at Hereford United (if Hereford can win their replay against Fleetwood Town.  7:23PM That concludes the draw No doubts about the tie of the round there...Liverpool will host Everton! There's also Brighton vs Crystal Palace and Bournemouth at home against non-league Fylde or Wigan.  7:22PM Last up Gillingham or Carlisle vs Sheffield Wednesday 7:21PM Tough draw Norwich Norwich City vs Chelsea 7:21PM Next Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End 7:21PM Next up Fulham vs Southampton 7:21PM All-Championship tie Millwall vs Barnsley 7:20PM Home banker?  Newcastle vs Luton Town 7:20PM Next up Stevenage vs Reading 7:20PM The home side could be the favourites here Wolves vs Swansea 7:20PM Another giant-killing for Shrewsbury?  Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham 7:20PM All Premier League tie Manchester City vs Burnley 7:19PM Next up Cardiff City vs Mansfield Town 7:19PM Upset alert Blackburn or Crewe vs Hull City 7:19PM Great draw Fleetwood Town or Hereford vs Leicester City 7:19PM Tees-Wear derby Middlesbrough vs Sunderland 7:18PM London derby Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Wimbledon 7:18PM The Slough fans seem a bit upset... Doncaster Rovers vs Slough Town or Rochdale 7:18PM Banana skin?  Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City vs West Brom 7:17PM United are up against... Manchester United vs Derby County 7:17PM Next up QPR vs MK Dons 7:17PM Next up Brentford vs Notts County 7:16PM The holders will play... Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 7:16PM Next Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City 7:16PM Local derby Bolton Wanderers vs Huddersfield Town 7:16PM Next up Newport County vs Leeds United 7:16PM A tale of two cities Coventry City vs Stoke City 7:15PM Potentially a huge trip for non-league Fylde Bournemouth vs AFC Fylde or Wigan 7:15PM Less exciting Aston Villa vs Woking or Peterborough United 7:15PM And another big rivalry! Brighton vs Crystal Palace 7:14PM Would you believe it?!  Liverpool vs Everton 7:14PM Next Birmingham City vs Burton Albion 7:14PM Next Watford vs Bristol City 7:14PM First up Ipswich Town vs Sheffield United 7:12PM Here we go Jake Humphrey is the host, and the venue is Slough Town's home ground Holloways Park ahead of Slough's FA Cup second round match tonight against Rochdale.  Glenn Hoddle and Jermaine Jenas will make the draw.  7:01PM Nearly there The draw will be getting under way in around about 10 minutes. Hereford v Newcastle? Wrexham v Arsenal? Sutton v Coventry? Yep, the BBC's montage has them all.  6:28PM An English institution Evening all, Welcome to our coverage of one of the great days in the English sporting calendar. Yes we are just minutes away from seeing which lower-league teams will get a chance to lose 3-0 against the second string of one of the Premier League's leading lights. For these part-time plumbers and postmen, the opportunity to test themselves against Mohamed Elneny and Matteo Darmian is just a draw of a ball away. There is also the opportunity to be patronised the hell out of by BBC commentators and possibly go down in football folklore for ever more. Think Ronny Radford scoring for Hereford against Newcastle, Mickey Thomas for Wrexham against Arsenal, er Nigel Jemson for Shrewsbury against Everton.  The third round stage is of course when all the Premier League and Championship teams join the competition, and alongside them will be four non-league teams in the pot - AFC Fylde, Hereford, Slough and Woking. Arsenal are the current FA Cup holders Credit: AP Woking you may recall have some pedigree in this competition. In January 1991 the Surrey-based side pulled off one of the great FA Cup shocks when as a Conference team they knocked out second-tier outfit West Brom 4-2 at the Hawthorns. They were then beaten 1-0 by top-flight side Everton in the fourth round.     More recently, Woking reached the third round in 1997 and took Premier League side Coventry to a replay which they narrowly lost 2-1. But enough about Woking. Tonight's draw gets under way at around 7pm, and precedes the second round match between seventh-tier Slough Town and League One side Rochdale.  Here are the ball numbers in full: Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City

FA Cup third-round draw in full: Liverpool v Everton and Brighton v Crystal Palace the stand-out ties

The draw for the third round of the FA Cup has produced a series of major derbies, including a first match at this stage of the competition since 1932 between Liverpool and Everton. Jurgen Klopp and Sam Allardyce’s teams were paired together during Monday night’s draw, as were Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion. North-East neighbours Sunderland and Middlesbrough, who have both been relegated in recent years to the Championship, were also drawn together. Arsenal, who are attempting to win the trophy for a fourth time in five years, will begin their defence at Nottingham Forest. Other especially eye-catching fixtures include AFC Wimbledon’s return to Wembley in the FA Cup some 30 years on from their memorable triumph in 1988 to face Tottenham Hotspur.  Luton Town, now of League Two and the FA Cup finalists in 1959, also have glamorous away Premier League opponents in Newcastle United. Premier League leaders Manchester City have a tricky home tie against Sean Dyche’s Burnley, while Manchester United host Derby County and Chelsea are away at Norwich City. Who will be lifting the FA Cup come what May? Credit: Getty Images  Hereford, who are in the seventh tier of the football pyramid, will face 2016 Premier League champions Leicester City if they manage to overcome Fleetwood in their second-round replay. Four non-league sides were involved in the draw, which was conducted by Glenn Hoddle and Jermain Jenas ahead of the second-round match between Slough Town and Rochdale, but none are currently guaranteed a place in the third round. National League club AFC Fylde will have the opportunity to face Premier League opposition in Bournemouth if they beat Wigan Athletic in their replay. Woking, who also play in the fifth tier of the pyramid, have the chance to play at Villa Park against Aston Villa if they beat Peterborough in their replay. The ties will take place on Jan 5-7, with timings dependent on which matches are selected for live screening by BBC and BT Sport. There was criticism last year that broadcasters often opted to show big Premier League clubs rather than the more romantic ties, such as the third-round fixture between non-league Sutton United and AFC Wimbledon. Sutton did eventually make it to a televised tie against Arsenal in the fifth round. Arsenal subsequently beat Manchester City and Chelsea in the semi-final and final to win what was a record 13th FA Cup. The draw in full: Ipswich v Sheffield United Watford v Bristol City Birmingham v Burton Liverpool v Everton Brighton v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan Coventry v Stoke Arsene Wenger's Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest Newport v Leeds Bolton v Huddersfield Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Brentford v Notts County QPR v MK Dons Manchester United v Derby Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon Middlesbrough v Sunderland Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester Blackburn or Crewe v Hull Cardiff v Mansfield Manchester City v Burnley Shrewsbury v West Ham Wolves v Swansea Stevenage v Reading Newcastle v Luton Millwall v Barnsley Fulham v Southampton Wycombe v Preston Norwich v Chelsea Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday Ties to be played January 5-7 7:27PM One for the ages?  Another exciting looking tie is 2016 Premier League champions away at Hereford United (if Hereford can win their replay against Fleetwood Town.  7:23PM That concludes the draw No doubts about the tie of the round there...Liverpool will host Everton! There's also Brighton vs Crystal Palace and Bournemouth at home against non-league Fylde or Wigan.  7:22PM Last up Gillingham or Carlisle vs Sheffield Wednesday 7:21PM Tough draw Norwich Norwich City vs Chelsea 7:21PM Next Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End 7:21PM Next up Fulham vs Southampton 7:21PM All-Championship tie Millwall vs Barnsley 7:20PM Home banker?  Newcastle vs Luton Town 7:20PM Next up Stevenage vs Reading 7:20PM The home side could be the favourites here Wolves vs Swansea 7:20PM Another giant-killing for Shrewsbury?  Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham 7:20PM All Premier League tie Manchester City vs Burnley 7:19PM Next up Cardiff City vs Mansfield Town 7:19PM Upset alert Blackburn or Crewe vs Hull City 7:19PM Great draw Fleetwood Town or Hereford vs Leicester City 7:19PM Tees-Wear derby Middlesbrough vs Sunderland 7:18PM London derby Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Wimbledon 7:18PM The Slough fans seem a bit upset... Doncaster Rovers vs Slough Town or Rochdale 7:18PM Banana skin?  Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City vs West Brom 7:17PM United are up against... Manchester United vs Derby County 7:17PM Next up QPR vs MK Dons 7:17PM Next up Brentford vs Notts County 7:16PM The holders will play... Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 7:16PM Next Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City 7:16PM Local derby Bolton Wanderers vs Huddersfield Town 7:16PM Next up Newport County vs Leeds United 7:16PM A tale of two cities Coventry City vs Stoke City 7:15PM Potentially a huge trip for non-league Fylde Bournemouth vs AFC Fylde or Wigan 7:15PM Less exciting Aston Villa vs Woking or Peterborough United 7:15PM And another big rivalry! Brighton vs Crystal Palace 7:14PM Would you believe it?!  Liverpool vs Everton 7:14PM Next Birmingham City vs Burton Albion 7:14PM Next Watford vs Bristol City 7:14PM First up Ipswich Town vs Sheffield United 7:12PM Here we go Jake Humphrey is the host, and the venue is Slough Town's home ground Holloways Park ahead of Slough's FA Cup second round match tonight against Rochdale.  Glenn Hoddle and Jermaine Jenas will make the draw.  7:01PM Nearly there The draw will be getting under way in around about 10 minutes. Hereford v Newcastle? Wrexham v Arsenal? Sutton v Coventry? Yep, the BBC's montage has them all.  6:28PM An English institution Evening all, Welcome to our coverage of one of the great days in the English sporting calendar. Yes we are just minutes away from seeing which lower-league teams will get a chance to lose 3-0 against the second string of one of the Premier League's leading lights. For these part-time plumbers and postmen, the opportunity to test themselves against Mohamed Elneny and Matteo Darmian is just a draw of a ball away. There is also the opportunity to be patronised the hell out of by BBC commentators and possibly go down in football folklore for ever more. Think Ronny Radford scoring for Hereford against Newcastle, Mickey Thomas for Wrexham against Arsenal, er Nigel Jemson for Shrewsbury against Everton.  The third round stage is of course when all the Premier League and Championship teams join the competition, and alongside them will be four non-league teams in the pot - AFC Fylde, Hereford, Slough and Woking. Arsenal are the current FA Cup holders Credit: AP Woking you may recall have some pedigree in this competition. In January 1991 the Surrey-based side pulled off one of the great FA Cup shocks when as a Conference team they knocked out second-tier outfit West Brom 4-2 at the Hawthorns. They were then beaten 1-0 by top-flight side Everton in the fourth round.     More recently, Woking reached the third round in 1997 and took Premier League side Coventry to a replay which they narrowly lost 2-1. But enough about Woking. Tonight's draw gets under way at around 7pm, and precedes the second round match between seventh-tier Slough Town and League One side Rochdale.  Here are the ball numbers in full: Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City

FA Cup third-round draw in full: Liverpool v Everton and Brighton v Crystal Palace the stand-out ties

The draw for the third round of the FA Cup has produced a series of major derbies, including a first match at this stage of the competition since 1932 between Liverpool and Everton. Jurgen Klopp and Sam Allardyce’s teams were paired together during Monday night’s draw, as were Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion. North-East neighbours Sunderland and Middlesbrough, who have both been relegated in recent years to the Championship, were also drawn together. Arsenal, who are attempting to win the trophy for a fourth time in five years, will begin their defence at Nottingham Forest. Other especially eye-catching fixtures include AFC Wimbledon’s return to Wembley in the FA Cup some 30 years on from their memorable triumph in 1988 to face Tottenham Hotspur.  Luton Town, now of League Two and the FA Cup finalists in 1959, also have glamorous away Premier League opponents in Newcastle United. Premier League leaders Manchester City have a tricky home tie against Sean Dyche’s Burnley, while Manchester United host Derby County and Chelsea are away at Norwich City. Who will be lifting the FA Cup come what May? Credit: Getty Images  Hereford, who are in the seventh tier of the football pyramid, will face 2016 Premier League champions Leicester City if they manage to overcome Fleetwood in their second-round replay. Four non-league sides were involved in the draw, which was conducted by Glenn Hoddle and Jermain Jenas ahead of the second-round match between Slough Town and Rochdale, but none are currently guaranteed a place in the third round. National League club AFC Fylde will have the opportunity to face Premier League opposition in Bournemouth if they beat Wigan Athletic in their replay. Woking, who also play in the fifth tier of the pyramid, have the chance to play at Villa Park against Aston Villa if they beat Peterborough in their replay. The ties will take place on Jan 5-7, with timings dependent on which matches are selected for live screening by BBC and BT Sport. There was criticism last year that broadcasters often opted to show big Premier League clubs rather than the more romantic ties, such as the third-round fixture between non-league Sutton United and AFC Wimbledon. Sutton did eventually make it to a televised tie against Arsenal in the fifth round. Arsenal subsequently beat Manchester City and Chelsea in the semi-final and final to win what was a record 13th FA Cup. The draw in full: Ipswich v Sheffield United Watford v Bristol City Birmingham v Burton Liverpool v Everton Brighton v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan Coventry v Stoke Arsene Wenger's Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest Newport v Leeds Bolton v Huddersfield Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Brentford v Notts County QPR v MK Dons Manchester United v Derby Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon Middlesbrough v Sunderland Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester Blackburn or Crewe v Hull Cardiff v Mansfield Manchester City v Burnley Shrewsbury v West Ham Wolves v Swansea Stevenage v Reading Newcastle v Luton Millwall v Barnsley Fulham v Southampton Wycombe v Preston Norwich v Chelsea Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday Ties to be played January 5-7 7:27PM One for the ages?  Another exciting looking tie is 2016 Premier League champions away at Hereford United (if Hereford can win their replay against Fleetwood Town.  7:23PM That concludes the draw No doubts about the tie of the round there...Liverpool will host Everton! There's also Brighton vs Crystal Palace and Bournemouth at home against non-league Fylde or Wigan.  7:22PM Last up Gillingham or Carlisle vs Sheffield Wednesday 7:21PM Tough draw Norwich Norwich City vs Chelsea 7:21PM Next Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End 7:21PM Next up Fulham vs Southampton 7:21PM All-Championship tie Millwall vs Barnsley 7:20PM Home banker?  Newcastle vs Luton Town 7:20PM Next up Stevenage vs Reading 7:20PM The home side could be the favourites here Wolves vs Swansea 7:20PM Another giant-killing for Shrewsbury?  Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham 7:20PM All Premier League tie Manchester City vs Burnley 7:19PM Next up Cardiff City vs Mansfield Town 7:19PM Upset alert Blackburn or Crewe vs Hull City 7:19PM Great draw Fleetwood Town or Hereford vs Leicester City 7:19PM Tees-Wear derby Middlesbrough vs Sunderland 7:18PM London derby Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Wimbledon 7:18PM The Slough fans seem a bit upset... Doncaster Rovers vs Slough Town or Rochdale 7:18PM Banana skin?  Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City vs West Brom 7:17PM United are up against... Manchester United vs Derby County 7:17PM Next up QPR vs MK Dons 7:17PM Next up Brentford vs Notts County 7:16PM The holders will play... Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 7:16PM Next Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City 7:16PM Local derby Bolton Wanderers vs Huddersfield Town 7:16PM Next up Newport County vs Leeds United 7:16PM A tale of two cities Coventry City vs Stoke City 7:15PM Potentially a huge trip for non-league Fylde Bournemouth vs AFC Fylde or Wigan 7:15PM Less exciting Aston Villa vs Woking or Peterborough United 7:15PM And another big rivalry! Brighton vs Crystal Palace 7:14PM Would you believe it?!  Liverpool vs Everton 7:14PM Next Birmingham City vs Burton Albion 7:14PM Next Watford vs Bristol City 7:14PM First up Ipswich Town vs Sheffield United 7:12PM Here we go Jake Humphrey is the host, and the venue is Slough Town's home ground Holloways Park ahead of Slough's FA Cup second round match tonight against Rochdale.  Glenn Hoddle and Jermaine Jenas will make the draw.  7:01PM Nearly there The draw will be getting under way in around about 10 minutes. Hereford v Newcastle? Wrexham v Arsenal? Sutton v Coventry? Yep, the BBC's montage has them all.  6:28PM An English institution Evening all, Welcome to our coverage of one of the great days in the English sporting calendar. Yes we are just minutes away from seeing which lower-league teams will get a chance to lose 3-0 against the second string of one of the Premier League's leading lights. For these part-time plumbers and postmen, the opportunity to test themselves against Mohamed Elneny and Matteo Darmian is just a draw of a ball away. There is also the opportunity to be patronised the hell out of by BBC commentators and possibly go down in football folklore for ever more. Think Ronny Radford scoring for Hereford against Newcastle, Mickey Thomas for Wrexham against Arsenal, er Nigel Jemson for Shrewsbury against Everton.  The third round stage is of course when all the Premier League and Championship teams join the competition, and alongside them will be four non-league teams in the pot - AFC Fylde, Hereford, Slough and Woking. Arsenal are the current FA Cup holders Credit: AP Woking you may recall have some pedigree in this competition. In January 1991 the Surrey-based side pulled off one of the great FA Cup shocks when as a Conference team they knocked out second-tier outfit West Brom 4-2 at the Hawthorns. They were then beaten 1-0 by top-flight side Everton in the fourth round.     More recently, Woking reached the third round in 1997 and took Premier League side Coventry to a replay which they narrowly lost 2-1. But enough about Woking. Tonight's draw gets under way at around 7pm, and precedes the second round match between seventh-tier Slough Town and League One side Rochdale.  Here are the ball numbers in full: Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City

FA Cup third-round draw in full: Liverpool v Everton and Brighton v Crystal Palace the stand-out ties

The draw for the third round of the FA Cup has produced a series of major derbies, including a first match at this stage of the competition since 1932 between Liverpool and Everton. Jurgen Klopp and Sam Allardyce’s teams were paired together during Monday night’s draw, as were Premier League rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion. North-East neighbours Sunderland and Middlesbrough, who have both been relegated in recent years to the Championship, were also drawn together. Arsenal, who are attempting to win the trophy for a fourth time in five years, will begin their defence at Nottingham Forest. Other especially eye-catching fixtures include AFC Wimbledon’s return to Wembley in the FA Cup some 30 years on from their memorable triumph in 1988 to face Tottenham Hotspur.  Luton Town, now of League Two and the FA Cup finalists in 1959, also have glamorous away Premier League opponents in Newcastle United. Premier League leaders Manchester City have a tricky home tie against Sean Dyche’s Burnley, while Manchester United host Derby County and Chelsea are away at Norwich City. Who will be lifting the FA Cup come what May? Credit: Getty Images  Hereford, who are in the seventh tier of the football pyramid, will face 2016 Premier League champions Leicester City if they manage to overcome Fleetwood in their second-round replay. Four non-league sides were involved in the draw, which was conducted by Glenn Hoddle and Jermain Jenas ahead of the second-round match between Slough Town and Rochdale, but none are currently guaranteed a place in the third round. National League club AFC Fylde will have the opportunity to face Premier League opposition in Bournemouth if they beat Wigan Athletic in their replay. Woking, who also play in the fifth tier of the pyramid, have the chance to play at Villa Park against Aston Villa if they beat Peterborough in their replay. The ties will take place on Jan 5-7, with timings dependent on which matches are selected for live screening by BBC and BT Sport. There was criticism last year that broadcasters often opted to show big Premier League clubs rather than the more romantic ties, such as the third-round fixture between non-league Sutton United and AFC Wimbledon. Sutton did eventually make it to a televised tie against Arsenal in the fifth round. Arsenal subsequently beat Manchester City and Chelsea in the semi-final and final to win what was a record 13th FA Cup. The draw in full: Ipswich v Sheffield United Watford v Bristol City Birmingham v Burton Liverpool v Everton Brighton v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan Coventry v Stoke Arsene Wenger's Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest Newport v Leeds Bolton v Huddersfield Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Brentford v Notts County QPR v MK Dons Manchester United v Derby Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon Middlesbrough v Sunderland Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester Blackburn or Crewe v Hull Cardiff v Mansfield Manchester City v Burnley Shrewsbury v West Ham Wolves v Swansea Stevenage v Reading Newcastle v Luton Millwall v Barnsley Fulham v Southampton Wycombe v Preston Norwich v Chelsea Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday Ties to be played January 5-7 7:27PM One for the ages?  Another exciting looking tie is 2016 Premier League champions away at Hereford United (if Hereford can win their replay against Fleetwood Town.  7:23PM That concludes the draw No doubts about the tie of the round there...Liverpool will host Everton! There's also Brighton vs Crystal Palace and Bournemouth at home against non-league Fylde or Wigan.  7:22PM Last up Gillingham or Carlisle vs Sheffield Wednesday 7:21PM Tough draw Norwich Norwich City vs Chelsea 7:21PM Next Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End 7:21PM Next up Fulham vs Southampton 7:21PM All-Championship tie Millwall vs Barnsley 7:20PM Home banker?  Newcastle vs Luton Town 7:20PM Next up Stevenage vs Reading 7:20PM The home side could be the favourites here Wolves vs Swansea 7:20PM Another giant-killing for Shrewsbury?  Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham 7:20PM All Premier League tie Manchester City vs Burnley 7:19PM Next up Cardiff City vs Mansfield Town 7:19PM Upset alert Blackburn or Crewe vs Hull City 7:19PM Great draw Fleetwood Town or Hereford vs Leicester City 7:19PM Tees-Wear derby Middlesbrough vs Sunderland 7:18PM London derby Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Wimbledon 7:18PM The Slough fans seem a bit upset... Doncaster Rovers vs Slough Town or Rochdale 7:18PM Banana skin?  Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City vs West Brom 7:17PM United are up against... Manchester United vs Derby County 7:17PM Next up QPR vs MK Dons 7:17PM Next up Brentford vs Notts County 7:16PM The holders will play... Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 7:16PM Next Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City 7:16PM Local derby Bolton Wanderers vs Huddersfield Town 7:16PM Next up Newport County vs Leeds United 7:16PM A tale of two cities Coventry City vs Stoke City 7:15PM Potentially a huge trip for non-league Fylde Bournemouth vs AFC Fylde or Wigan 7:15PM Less exciting Aston Villa vs Woking or Peterborough United 7:15PM And another big rivalry! Brighton vs Crystal Palace 7:14PM Would you believe it?!  Liverpool vs Everton 7:14PM Next Birmingham City vs Burton Albion 7:14PM Next Watford vs Bristol City 7:14PM First up Ipswich Town vs Sheffield United 7:12PM Here we go Jake Humphrey is the host, and the venue is Slough Town's home ground Holloways Park ahead of Slough's FA Cup second round match tonight against Rochdale.  Glenn Hoddle and Jermaine Jenas will make the draw.  7:01PM Nearly there The draw will be getting under way in around about 10 minutes. Hereford v Newcastle? Wrexham v Arsenal? Sutton v Coventry? Yep, the BBC's montage has them all.  6:28PM An English institution Evening all, Welcome to our coverage of one of the great days in the English sporting calendar. Yes we are just minutes away from seeing which lower-league teams will get a chance to lose 3-0 against the second string of one of the Premier League's leading lights. For these part-time plumbers and postmen, the opportunity to test themselves against Mohamed Elneny and Matteo Darmian is just a draw of a ball away. There is also the opportunity to be patronised the hell out of by BBC commentators and possibly go down in football folklore for ever more. Think Ronny Radford scoring for Hereford against Newcastle, Mickey Thomas for Wrexham against Arsenal, er Nigel Jemson for Shrewsbury against Everton.  The third round stage is of course when all the Premier League and Championship teams join the competition, and alongside them will be four non-league teams in the pot - AFC Fylde, Hereford, Slough and Woking. Arsenal are the current FA Cup holders Credit: AP Woking you may recall have some pedigree in this competition. In January 1991 the Surrey-based side pulled off one of the great FA Cup shocks when as a Conference team they knocked out second-tier outfit West Brom 4-2 at the Hawthorns. They were then beaten 1-0 by top-flight side Everton in the fourth round.     More recently, Woking reached the third round in 1997 and took Premier League side Coventry to a replay which they narrowly lost 2-1. But enough about Woking. Tonight's draw gets under way at around 7pm, and precedes the second round match between seventh-tier Slough Town and League One side Rochdale.  Here are the ball numbers in full: Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City

FA Cup third-round draw in full: Liverpool v Everton and Brighton v Crystal Palace the stand-out ties

7:27PM FA Cup third-round draw in full Ipswich v Sheffield United Watford v Bristol City Birmingham v Burton Liverpool v Everton Brighton v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan Coventry v Stoke Newport v Leeds Bolton v Huddersfield Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Arsene Wenger's Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest Brentford v Notts County QPR v MK Dons Manchester United v Derby Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon Middlesbrough v Sunderland Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester Blackburn or Crewe v Hull Cardiff v Mansfield Manchester City v Burnley Shrewsbury v West Ham Wolves v Swansea Stevenage v Reading Newcastle v Luton Millwall v Barnsley Fulham v Southampton Wycombe v Preston Norwich v Chelsea Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday 7:27PM One for the ages?  Another exciting looking tie is 2016 Premier League champions away at Hereford United (if Hereford can win their replay against Fleetwood Town.  7:23PM That concludes the draw No doubts about the tie of the round there...Liverpool will host Everton! There's also Brighton vs Crystal Palace and Bournemouth at home against non-league Fylde or Wigan.  7:22PM Last up Gillingham or Carlisle vs Sheffield Wednesday 7:21PM Tough draw Norwich Norwich City vs Chelsea 7:21PM Next Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End 7:21PM Next up Fulham vs Southampton 7:21PM All-Championship tie Millwall vs Barnsley 7:20PM Home banker?  Newcastle vs Luton Town 7:20PM Next up Stevenage vs Reading 7:20PM The home side could be the favourites here Wolves vs Swansea 7:20PM Another giant-killing for Shrewsbury?  Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham 7:20PM All Premier League tie Manchester City vs Burnley 7:19PM Next up Cardiff City vs Mansfield Town 7:19PM Upset alert Blackburn or Crewe vs Hull City 7:19PM Great draw Fleetwood Town or Hereford vs Leicester City 7:19PM Tees-Wear derby Middlesbrough vs Sunderland 7:18PM London derby Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Wimbledon 7:18PM The Slough fans seem a bit upset... Doncaster Rovers vs Slough Town or Rochdale 7:18PM Banana skin?  Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City vs West Brom 7:17PM United are up against... Manchester United vs Derby County 7:17PM Next up QPR vs MK Dons 7:17PM Next up Brentford vs Notts County 7:16PM The holders will play... Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 7:16PM Next Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City 7:16PM Local derby Bolton Wanderers vs Huddersfield Town 7:16PM Next up Newport County vs Leeds United 7:16PM A tale of two cities Coventry City vs Stoke City 7:15PM Potentially a huge trip for non-league Fylde Bournemouth vs AFC Fylde or Wigan 7:15PM Less exciting Aston Villa vs Woking or Peterborough United 7:15PM And another big rivalry! Brighton vs Crystal Palace 7:14PM Would you believe it?!  Liverpool vs Everton 7:14PM Next Birmingham City vs Burton Albion 7:14PM Next Watford vs Bristol City 7:14PM First up Ipswich Town vs Sheffield United 7:12PM Here we go Jake Humphrey is the host, and the venue is Slough Town's home ground Holloways Park ahead of Slough's FA Cup second round match tonight against Rochdale.  Glenn Hoddle and Jermaine Jenas will make the draw.  7:01PM Nearly there The draw will be getting under way in around about 10 minutes. Hereford v Newcastle? Wrexham v Arsenal? Sutton v Coventry? Yep, the BBC's montage has them all.  6:28PM An English institution Evening all, Welcome to our coverage of one of the great days in the English sporting calendar. Yes we are just minutes away from seeing which lower-league teams will get a chance to lose 3-0 against the second string of one of the Premier League's leading lights. For these part-time plumbers and postmen, the opportunity to test themselves against Mohamed Elneny and Matteo Darmian is just a draw of a ball away. There is also the opportunity to be patronised the hell out of by BBC commentators and possibly go down in football folklore for ever more. Think Ronny Radford scoring for Hereford against Newcastle, Mickey Thomas for Wrexham against Arsenal, er Nigel Jemson for Shrewsbury against Everton.  The third round stage is of course when all the Premier League and Championship teams join the competition, and alongside them will be four non-league teams in the pot - AFC Fylde, Hereford, Slough and Woking. Arsenal are the current FA Cup holders Credit: AP Woking you may recall have some pedigree in this competition. In January 1991 the Surrey-based side pulled off one of the great FA Cup shocks when as a Conference team they knocked out second-tier outfit West Brom 4-2 at the Hawthorns. They were then beaten 1-0 by top-flight side Everton in the fourth round.     More recently, Woking reached the third round in 1997 and took Premier League side Coventry to a replay which they narrowly lost 2-1. But enough about Woking. Tonight's draw gets under way at around 7pm, and precedes the second round match between seventh-tier Slough Town and League One side Rochdale.  Here are the ball numbers in full: Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City

FA Cup third-round draw in full: Liverpool v Everton and Brighton v Crystal Palace the stand-out ties

7:27PM FA Cup third-round draw in full Ipswich v Sheffield United Watford v Bristol City Birmingham v Burton Liverpool v Everton Brighton v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan Coventry v Stoke Newport v Leeds Bolton v Huddersfield Port Vale or Yeovil v Bradford Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Arsene Wenger's Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest Brentford v Notts County QPR v MK Dons Manchester United v Derby Forest Green or Exeter v West Brom Doncaster v Slough Town or Rochdale Tottenham v AFC Wimbledon Middlesbrough v Sunderland Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester Blackburn or Crewe v Hull Cardiff v Mansfield Manchester City v Burnley Shrewsbury v West Ham Wolves v Swansea Stevenage v Reading Newcastle v Luton Millwall v Barnsley Fulham v Southampton Wycombe v Preston Norwich v Chelsea Gillingham or Carlisle v Sheffield Wednesday 7:27PM One for the ages?  Another exciting looking tie is 2016 Premier League champions away at Hereford United (if Hereford can win their replay against Fleetwood Town.  7:23PM That concludes the draw No doubts about the tie of the round there...Liverpool will host Everton! There's also Brighton vs Crystal Palace and Bournemouth at home against non-league Fylde or Wigan.  7:22PM Last up Gillingham or Carlisle vs Sheffield Wednesday 7:21PM Tough draw Norwich Norwich City vs Chelsea 7:21PM Next Wycombe Wanderers vs Preston North End 7:21PM Next up Fulham vs Southampton 7:21PM All-Championship tie Millwall vs Barnsley 7:20PM Home banker?  Newcastle vs Luton Town 7:20PM Next up Stevenage vs Reading 7:20PM The home side could be the favourites here Wolves vs Swansea 7:20PM Another giant-killing for Shrewsbury?  Shrewsbury Town vs West Ham 7:20PM All Premier League tie Manchester City vs Burnley 7:19PM Next up Cardiff City vs Mansfield Town 7:19PM Upset alert Blackburn or Crewe vs Hull City 7:19PM Great draw Fleetwood Town or Hereford vs Leicester City 7:19PM Tees-Wear derby Middlesbrough vs Sunderland 7:18PM London derby Tottenham Hotspur vs AFC Wimbledon 7:18PM The Slough fans seem a bit upset... Doncaster Rovers vs Slough Town or Rochdale 7:18PM Banana skin?  Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City vs West Brom 7:17PM United are up against... Manchester United vs Derby County 7:17PM Next up QPR vs MK Dons 7:17PM Next up Brentford vs Notts County 7:16PM The holders will play... Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal 7:16PM Next Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City 7:16PM Local derby Bolton Wanderers vs Huddersfield Town 7:16PM Next up Newport County vs Leeds United 7:16PM A tale of two cities Coventry City vs Stoke City 7:15PM Potentially a huge trip for non-league Fylde Bournemouth vs AFC Fylde or Wigan 7:15PM Less exciting Aston Villa vs Woking or Peterborough United 7:15PM And another big rivalry! Brighton vs Crystal Palace 7:14PM Would you believe it?!  Liverpool vs Everton 7:14PM Next Birmingham City vs Burton Albion 7:14PM Next Watford vs Bristol City 7:14PM First up Ipswich Town vs Sheffield United 7:12PM Here we go Jake Humphrey is the host, and the venue is Slough Town's home ground Holloways Park ahead of Slough's FA Cup second round match tonight against Rochdale.  Glenn Hoddle and Jermaine Jenas will make the draw.  7:01PM Nearly there The draw will be getting under way in around about 10 minutes. Hereford v Newcastle? Wrexham v Arsenal? Sutton v Coventry? Yep, the BBC's montage has them all.  6:28PM An English institution Evening all, Welcome to our coverage of one of the great days in the English sporting calendar. Yes we are just minutes away from seeing which lower-league teams will get a chance to lose 3-0 against the second string of one of the Premier League's leading lights. For these part-time plumbers and postmen, the opportunity to test themselves against Mohamed Elneny and Matteo Darmian is just a draw of a ball away. There is also the opportunity to be patronised the hell out of by BBC commentators and possibly go down in football folklore for ever more. Think Ronny Radford scoring for Hereford against Newcastle, Mickey Thomas for Wrexham against Arsenal, er Nigel Jemson for Shrewsbury against Everton.  The third round stage is of course when all the Premier League and Championship teams join the competition, and alongside them will be four non-league teams in the pot - AFC Fylde, Hereford, Slough and Woking. Arsenal are the current FA Cup holders Credit: AP Woking you may recall have some pedigree in this competition. In January 1991 the Surrey-based side pulled off one of the great FA Cup shocks when as a Conference team they knocked out second-tier outfit West Brom 4-2 at the Hawthorns. They were then beaten 1-0 by top-flight side Everton in the fourth round.     More recently, Woking reached the third round in 1997 and took Premier League side Coventry to a replay which they narrowly lost 2-1. But enough about Woking. Tonight's draw gets under way at around 7pm, and precedes the second round match between seventh-tier Slough Town and League One side Rochdale.  Here are the ball numbers in full: Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City

FA Cup third-round draw: What time is it, how can you watch it and what ball number is your team?

What is it? The draw for the FA Cup third round, which is the stage at which the Premier League's sides join the competition. When is it? Monday 4 December at around 7pm - before Slough vs Rochdale kicks off (which is on BT Sport 1, by the way). How can I watch the draw? BT Sport 1 and BBC Two will be showing the draw live, but if you're unable to watch it on telly you can follow it with us on the Telegraph Sport website.  How does the draw work? 64 balls will be drawn at random to make up 32 ties. Anyone can play anyone so we could see Manchester United vs Arsenal and Manchester City vs Mansfield Town. What are the ball numbers? Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City Arsenal are chasing another FA Cup triumph Credit: AP When will the matches be played? The third round ties will be played over the weekend of 6 January 2018. This isn't confirmed, but we'd assume matches will be played Friday-Monday. What are the odds and who are favourites to win it? Man City - 4/1 Chelsea - 5/1 Man Utd - 6/1 Arsenal - 8/1 Tottenham - 8/1 Liverpool - 9/1 Everton - 18/1 Southampton - 25/1 Leicester - 33/1 West Ham - 33/1

FA Cup third-round draw: What time is it, how can you watch it and what ball number is your team?

What is it? The draw for the FA Cup third round, which is the stage at which the Premier League's sides join the competition. When is it? Monday 4 December at around 7pm - before Slough vs Rochdale kicks off (which is on BT Sport 1, by the way). How can I watch the draw? BT Sport 1 and BBC Two will be showing the draw live, but if you're unable to watch it on telly you can follow it with us on the Telegraph Sport website.  How does the draw work? 64 balls will be drawn at random to make up 32 ties. Anyone can play anyone so we could see Manchester United vs Arsenal and Manchester City vs Mansfield Town. What are the ball numbers? Bournemouth Arsenal Aston Villa Barnsley Birmingham City Bolton Brentford Brighton Bristol City Burnley Burton Albion Cardiff City Chelsea Crystal Palace Derby County Everton Fulham  Huddersfield Hull City Ipswich Town Leeds United Leicester Liverpool Manchester City Manchester United Middlesbrough Millwall Newcastle Norwich City Nottingham Forest Preston North End QPR Reading Sheffield United Sheffield Wednesday Southampton Stoke  Sunderland Swansea Tottenham Watford West Brom West Ham Wolves Woking or Peterborough MK Dons Newport County Wycombe Wanderers Port Vale/Yeovil Shrewsbury Town Doncaster Rovers Slough Town or Rochdale AFC Wimbledon Stevenage Mansfield Town Luton Town Bradford City Blackburn/Crewe AFC Fylde or Wigan Gillingham or Carlisle Notts County Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City Fleetwood Town or Hereford Coventry City Arsenal are chasing another FA Cup triumph Credit: AP When will the matches be played? The third round ties will be played over the weekend of 6 January 2018. This isn't confirmed, but we'd assume matches will be played Friday-Monday. What are the odds and who are favourites to win it? Man City - 4/1 Chelsea - 5/1 Man Utd - 6/1 Arsenal - 8/1 Tottenham - 8/1 Liverpool - 9/1 Everton - 18/1 Southampton - 25/1 Leicester - 33/1 West Ham - 33/1

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo focused on Birmingham game as fans dream of Premier League return

Out of darkness cometh light, is the motto for the city of Wolverhampton and, right now, the glare from Molineux is illuminating. Wolves are in the grip of a revolution under head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, top of the table and producing breathtaking entertainment that has earned the tag, the Manchester City of the Championship. They will face neighbours Birmingham on Monday night on the back of five successive victories, with awestruck supporters daring to dream of a Premier League return for the first time since 2012. Wolves are battling valiantly to keep a lid on it all and at the heart of this transformation is Nuno, the former goalkeeper who was competing in the Champions League last season with Porto and loves a post-match cigarette, win or lose. From the first day of training in June, Wolves’ players knew things were never going to be the same again. “We knew what we were going to face, the players we had and the players we wanted,” says Nuno, sitting in a small room at the club’s Compton base. “We then put it together into one philosophy. We started building from there and it’s not perfect, not done yet. “We still have a long way to go, everyone in this building knows every day is important. I’m not surprised with how well it has gone, more pleased. But we don’t get distracted, we cannot allow it.” Nuno’s press conferences are already the stuff of legend in these parts, frequently an exercise in futility for reporters scratching around for a line. Instead, it is the 43-year-old’s remarkable impact, and his players, that are providing the headlines. Santo says he is focused on Monday night's match Credit: Getty Images The Portuguese was headhunted by Jeff Shi, the chairman, after the departure of Paul Lambert and has delivered on every front, generating a feel-good factor that has grabbed this old club by the shirt collar and given it an almighty shake. “I’ve been unbelievably impressed with him, his staff and the attention to detail,” says Matt Doherty, the defender. “We go into every game not worrying about little things, we know exactly what to expect about opponents’ weaknesses and how to exploit them. “He does all the coaching himself and it’s a style we’re all enjoying. The average age of the group is young and this team could potentially stay together for a long time. We’re being talked about as the favourites – bring it on, I say.” Wolves are already well ahead of owners Fosun International’s three-year plan to reach the top flight. The switch to a 3-4-3 formation has been devastating, with the aim to dominate the ball at home and counter-attack away. Wingers play on the inside to effectively make three forwards. Experienced, battle-hardened professionals such as Conor Coady, John Ruddy and Danny Batth have provided the grit to go with the glamour provided by £15 million record signing Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota [on loan from Atletico Madrid] and Leo Bonatini. Wolves are also extremely hard-working, the bare minimum for any club with promotion aspirations, with statistics revealing they ran the most yards in the league last month. It feels like the perfect blend, all achieved on a net spend of just over £12 million despite those “moneybags Wolves” headlines that irritate the hierarchy. The presence of Jorge Mendes, the “super-agent” with close links to Fosun, continues to generate intrigue and suspicion among their rivals. Mendes, who represents Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, has been a huge influence since Fosun’s £30 million takeover in July 2016 and is a trusted adviser. His first client was Nuno and he has recommended Neves, Jota, Ivan Cavaleiro and Helder Costa. But the Football League remains satisfied over Mendes’ involvement and the one factor that has perhaps been overlooked is how well Nuno has moulded 12 summer signings into a winning team. After all, the Championship has been littered with ambitious clubs throwing money at promotion over the years, with little reward. Modern heroes: Who has done most for your club in the last 20 years? Wolves fans could not care less and are simply enjoying the ride – season-ticket sales are now just under 20,000, an increase of 7,000 from this time last season. The 5-1 win over Bolton in their last game ensured Nuno’s squad are the top scorers in the Championship by some distance. “Of course, there is more improvement to come,” says Nuno. “The way we see things build, grow and progress is because of the team. You cannot score if you don’t defend, somebody has to make the tackle that prevents the counter-attack, somebody has to cross the ball for the goal. It’s all about the support of the team.” Ahead of the visit to St Andrew’s, there was a palpable buzz around the training ground. Nuno’s rules are simple – all first-team players must eat together and mobile phone use in restricted areas is punishable with a fine. The strategy for next month’s transfer window is already being mapped out, with the help of sporting director Kevin Thelwell. Wolves’ priority is another striker, with Dwight Gayle, Chris Martin and Lewis Grabban among the targets. But Nuno is refusing to look too far ahead, even though he concedes December will be a crucial month. He politely cuts the press conference short, but only after delivering a quote which underlines his affinity with the Old Gold. “The players understand how big derbies are because they go to the supermarket or the grocers and the people working there say, ‘Come on, Wolves ay we’ [a popular Wolves phrase and chant]. They are special games and I’ve been involved in many, in different countries and divisions. Monday is special and I believe the best way to handle it is when you are able to deal with your emotions. You are then better prepared. Our only focus is Birmingham and the present.”

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo focused on Birmingham game as fans dream of Premier League return

Out of darkness cometh light, is the motto for the city of Wolverhampton and, right now, the glare from Molineux is illuminating. Wolves are in the grip of a revolution under head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, top of the table and producing breathtaking entertainment that has earned the tag, the Manchester City of the Championship. They will face neighbours Birmingham on Monday night on the back of five successive victories, with awestruck supporters daring to dream of a Premier League return for the first time since 2012. Wolves are battling valiantly to keep a lid on it all and at the heart of this transformation is Nuno, the former goalkeeper who was competing in the Champions League last season with Porto and loves a post-match cigarette, win or lose. From the first day of training in June, Wolves’ players knew things were never going to be the same again. “We knew what we were going to face, the players we had and the players we wanted,” says Nuno, sitting in a small room at the club’s Compton base. “We then put it together into one philosophy. We started building from there and it’s not perfect, not done yet. “We still have a long way to go, everyone in this building knows every day is important. I’m not surprised with how well it has gone, more pleased. But we don’t get distracted, we cannot allow it.” Nuno’s press conferences are already the stuff of legend in these parts, frequently an exercise in futility for reporters scratching around for a line. Instead, it is the 43-year-old’s remarkable impact, and his players, that are providing the headlines. Santo says he is focused on Monday night's match Credit: Getty Images The Portuguese was headhunted by Jeff Shi, the chairman, after the departure of Paul Lambert and has delivered on every front, generating a feel-good factor that has grabbed this old club by the shirt collar and given it an almighty shake. “I’ve been unbelievably impressed with him, his staff and the attention to detail,” says Matt Doherty, the defender. “We go into every game not worrying about little things, we know exactly what to expect about opponents’ weaknesses and how to exploit them. “He does all the coaching himself and it’s a style we’re all enjoying. The average age of the group is young and this team could potentially stay together for a long time. We’re being talked about as the favourites – bring it on, I say.” Wolves are already well ahead of owners Fosun International’s three-year plan to reach the top flight. The switch to a 3-4-3 formation has been devastating, with the aim to dominate the ball at home and counter-attack away. Wingers play on the inside to effectively make three forwards. Experienced, battle-hardened professionals such as Conor Coady, John Ruddy and Danny Batth have provided the grit to go with the glamour provided by £15 million record signing Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota [on loan from Atletico Madrid] and Leo Bonatini. Wolves are also extremely hard-working, the bare minimum for any club with promotion aspirations, with statistics revealing they ran the most yards in the league last month. It feels like the perfect blend, all achieved on a net spend of just over £12 million despite those “moneybags Wolves” headlines that irritate the hierarchy. The presence of Jorge Mendes, the “super-agent” with close links to Fosun, continues to generate intrigue and suspicion among their rivals. Mendes, who represents Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, has been a huge influence since Fosun’s £30 million takeover in July 2016 and is a trusted adviser. His first client was Nuno and he has recommended Neves, Jota, Ivan Cavaleiro and Helder Costa. But the Football League remains satisfied over Mendes’ involvement and the one factor that has perhaps been overlooked is how well Nuno has moulded 12 summer signings into a winning team. After all, the Championship has been littered with ambitious clubs throwing money at promotion over the years, with little reward. Modern heroes: Who has done most for your club in the last 20 years? Wolves fans could not care less and are simply enjoying the ride – season-ticket sales are now just under 20,000, an increase of 7,000 from this time last season. The 5-1 win over Bolton in their last game ensured Nuno’s squad are the top scorers in the Championship by some distance. “Of course, there is more improvement to come,” says Nuno. “The way we see things build, grow and progress is because of the team. You cannot score if you don’t defend, somebody has to make the tackle that prevents the counter-attack, somebody has to cross the ball for the goal. It’s all about the support of the team.” Ahead of the visit to St Andrew’s, there was a palpable buzz around the training ground. Nuno’s rules are simple – all first-team players must eat together and mobile phone use in restricted areas is punishable with a fine. The strategy for next month’s transfer window is already being mapped out, with the help of sporting director Kevin Thelwell. Wolves’ priority is another striker, with Dwight Gayle, Chris Martin and Lewis Grabban among the targets. But Nuno is refusing to look too far ahead, even though he concedes December will be a crucial month. He politely cuts the press conference short, but only after delivering a quote which underlines his affinity with the Old Gold. “The players understand how big derbies are because they go to the supermarket or the grocers and the people working there say, ‘Come on, Wolves ay we’ [a popular Wolves phrase and chant]. They are special games and I’ve been involved in many, in different countries and divisions. Monday is special and I believe the best way to handle it is when you are able to deal with your emotions. You are then better prepared. Our only focus is Birmingham and the present.”

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Allardyce must tone down 'Big Sam' act to win over hostile Everton fans

I have never known Evertonians so underwhelmed and disillusioned by a managerial appointment. As a boyhood blue myself, I should know. Sam Allardyce may think he knows what he has let himself in for taking over a club where supporters have doubts about his suitability, but if he had to win over West Ham, Newcastle or even England supporters, nothing compares to what is in store at Goodison Park. Let’s not disguise the truth here. Everton fans do not want Big Sam. The fans are divided between those who do not believe he should have been considered and those who will tolerate it in the expectation there is no way the club will get sucked into a relegation battle in the new year. Even they will be hoping the club reviews its options at the end of the season, regardless of how long the contract signed. Those beyond Merseyside might wonder where such opposition comes from. Everton have been struggling near the bottom, need a proven, experienced manager to lead them to a position of security, and this is no time to be having discussions about the footballing methods. Everton need to collect points by whatever means possible. There is something deeper behind the displeasure with Everton’s decision, and it is more about character than style of play. It cuts to the heart of Everton fans’ perception of their club, where it should be and what it should be striving for. When Ronald Koeman was sacked, the expectation was a coach with Champions League credentials, or a younger, progressive name would replace him. Instead the Everton board has turned to someone who, by his own admission, is Marmite in the football world. Evertonians are uncomfortable with such a figurehead. Supporters like to think of a manager as the embodiment of their own ideals. Empathy is a big deal – that feeling the guy in the dug-out understands exactly how the fans think. The force of Allardyce’s personality, how he has presented himself over many years, is a problem to the Gwladys Street. There is a fine line between being self-confident and self-promoting, and to be blunt the Everton fans believe Allardyce has been on the wrong side of that. The most cherished managers in Merseyside football were super-talented and humble. In the city of Liverpool, people who talk themselves up are cut down swiftly, becoming figures of ridicule. Allardyce’s quotes about his managerial abilities have been often mocked by Everton and Liverpool fans – neither of whom would imagine he would one day manage their club. They remember when he said he was ‘more suited to Internazionale or Real Madrid than Bolton and Blackburn'. “It wouldn't be a problem to me to go and manage those clubs because I would win the double or the league every time,” he once claimed. Before he has managed a game he is going to have to be careful not to inflame these anxieties. He may think some of his former clubs comparable to Everton. He is wrong. This is the biggest job he has had in domestic football. For all that, Allardyce must see this as an opportunity. In fairness, I believe many of his more contentious comments were meant tongue-in-cheek, provoked by his belief he did not get enough respect for the work he did at clubs with a small budget. He may have a point. For years he has argued that given the right size of club, with significant resources, he could perform equally or better than many of the overseas coaches we all laud. He wants to be remembered as more than a fire-fighter – the guy on emergency speed dial when you are threatened with relegation. ⚽️ | First training session for the Blues under new manager Sam Allardyce. #EFCpic.twitter.com/bdJaRvC4TL— Everton (@Everton) December 1, 2017 Well, this is his chance. At Everton he can demonstrate his reputation for playing percentage football is unfair. Given how close he took Bolton to Champions League football in 2005, he should embrace Farhad Moshiri’s long-term ambition to challenge the top four. What he witnessed on Wednesday when Wayne Rooney destroyed his former club West Ham showed he can think beyond keeping Everton up. They must improve, but they will not go down. They could be mid-table very quickly. You can’t compare the situation at Goodison to that when Allardyce arrived at Sunderland and Crystal Palace. Given Everton’s current predicament and balance of the current squad I see no problem with the football philosophy Allardyce may immediately impose.  Go back over the last 20 years and what did the club do when last in trouble? Joe Royle in 1994 and David Moyes in 2002 went back to basics, playing a more direct style of football, creating a bear pit atmosphere at Goodison Park. It worked. But what they did next was as important. They built on those foundations, adding more quality and class. Royle signed Gary Speed and Andrei Kanchelskis in the summer of 1995. In his second season, Moyes introduced 16-year-old Wayne Rooney and later bought more stylish players like Mikel Arteta. The best Everton teams were horrible to play against, but combined this with artistry. Everton’s greatest side – the 1985 League Title winners under Howard Kendall – were a brilliant combination of direct, aggressive football and technical excellence, able to play a long ball game when necessary but with immensely gifted players who could also pass you off the park. Even then it was always about getting the ball forward quick rather than playing from the back. Evertonians love that. They worship number nines who love nothing more than bullying centre-halves as the wingers and full-backs are urged to get it up the big man. Think of Bob Latchford, Andy Gray, Graeme Sharp and Duncan Ferguson. They loved a physical challenge, but they could play. And they had midfielders around them who could play. Modern heroes: Who has done most for your club in the last 20 years? This is what Evertonians want. Roberto Martinez struggled to win over the supporters who had no patience with his more idealistic, slower style, especially when the results suffered a downturn. Allardyce may not receive the same criticism at Everton as he did at West Ham for playing a more direct game – as long as mixes it up. He has to if he is truly to remain in charge longer than six months. When he goes into the transfer market he will have to find the exciting players who will carry forward the Everton tradition of Alan Ball, Kevin Sheedy, Trevor Steven – or in latter years, Steven Pienaar, Wayne Rooney and Ross Barkley. He demonstrated at Bolton he would accommodate flair when signing Jay-Jay Okocha and Youri Djorkaeff. But the one thing he has rarely done in his career is give youth a chance, and this is compulsory at Everton where there is a proud tradition of blooding local players. If Allardyce is to shift perceptions he will have to change his tone. My advice to him is to listen to those who know Everton best, understand the ethos of the club and city you are working in. His referencing of his friendship with Peter Reid suggests he is well aware how important that is. Deliver the wrong message in the wrong way and no matter how much improvement we see on the pitch – and I am sure Evertonians will over the next few months – you will never win over the crowd. Allardyce can be successful at Goodison Park, but to be accepted he will not only need to deliver on the pitch. He must learn and speak the language of Evertonians off it.

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