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Think the Alabama result has derailed Donald Trump? Think again

Pundits are furiously assessing the broader consequences of the Democrats’ upset Senate victory in Alabama on Tuesday, but there is less there than meets the eye. True, the Republican Senate majority now hangs by a thread, forcing even harder fights for every legislative victory. Nonetheless, Republican chances for major gains in November 2018, perhaps six or seven Senate seats, remain strong. Moreover, Democrat Al Franken is resigning his seat any day now because of sexual misconduct charges, bringing another totally unexpected Republican opportunity. Al Franken Of course, any statewide Democratic victory in Alabama is stunning, but there were also stunning reasons for it. Republican Roy Moore was a flawed candidate even before allegations of sexual misconduct emerged – and he still lost by just one percentage point. The winner, Doug Jones, will likely be defeated at the next regular election in 2020. The stakes have unquestionably been raised, but President Trump and Republicans hold a strong hand. Roy Moore At some point, Democrats will have to declare what they believe in. Just as Hillary Clinton, the “inevitable” 2016 victor, fell from grace when she revealed her beliefs, so too will legions of aspiring Democrats. Trump is also demonstrating how a President can continue to command the national agenda, regardless of the comings and goings of domestic politics. For all these reasons, those who think Alabama marks the beginning of the end for Trump should think again. This is not even the end of the beginning. There is no better proof of this than his foreign policy moves thus far. They have not only shown him to be a dogged defender of American interests but an effective one too. Take his announcement that the US will recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. It is further unassailable evidence that he is not a status quo President. Despite the anticipated opposition across the Middle East and Europe, apocalyptic predictions of mass rioting by the “Arab street” and the destruction of the “peace process”, Trump proceeded nonetheless. US senate - Republicans hold the Senate by a slender margin The evidence so far is that widespread violence has not materialised and, inevitably, the Arab-Israeli peace process will rise again. Trump’s decision was an act of leadership, a paradigmatic act of realpolitik, not isolationism. American leadership requires acting before others are willing to do so, not following some ephemeral global consensus, or waiting for Europeans or others to make up their minds. Moreover, the Jerusalem precedent is consistent with the picture of Trump the “disrupter”. He withdrew America from the Paris Climate accord and from negotiations over a Global Compact on Migration. Similar steps to protect American sovereignty will almost certainly follow. Trump’s rejection of “feel good” treaties in favour of concrete steps to protect American citizens and national interests will be vindicated. Indeed, the greatest “disrupter” decision for Trump may still lie ahead: how to correct nearly three decades of failure in the nuclear counterproliferation crusade, as North Korea and Iran grow close to becoming nuclear powers. The same Establishment foreign policy cognoscenti who rejected Jerusalem as Israel’s capital have insisted for 25 years that the judicious application of diplomacy and economic sanctions would resolve the Iranian and North Korean nuclear-proliferation threats. North Korea war puff But this conventional wisdom has been proven flatly wrong. No less a representative of this perspective than Susan Rice, Barack Obama’s last national security adviser, conceded this summer that it had not delivered: “You can call it a failure. I accept that characterisation over the last two decades.” No kidding. And no wonder Trump is looking for alternatives. Twenty-five years of diplomatic failure has significant consequences. Endless negotiations and failed sanctions have wasted the most precious resource of all: time – time which has allowed Iran and North Korea to overcome the scientific and technological obstacles to building nuclear weapons. Accordingly, Trump now faces extremely unattractive choices. The most pressing concerns North Korea. Unless China acts decisively, cutting off fuel and food shipments to the regime, forcing reunification with South Korea or replacing the Kim family dictatorship, the White House will soon face a binary choice: either Washington must accept a nuclear North Korea, or military force will be required. The unpleasant alternative of pre-emptive military force is decidedly risky, but considerably less so than a future in which the world is subject to nuclear extortion by Kim’s bizarre regime – a regime perfectly prepared to sell nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles to any bidder with the requisite hard currency. Tut-tutting about where the United States locates its embassy in Israel simply obscures the far harder choices ahead. Let’s keep our priorities straight. Trump has shown every evidence he can do so.   John Bolton is former US Ambassador to the United Nations

Think the Alabama result has derailed Donald Trump? Think again

Pundits are furiously assessing the broader consequences of the Democrats’ upset Senate victory in Alabama on Tuesday, but there is less there than meets the eye. True, the Republican Senate majority now hangs by a thread, forcing even harder fights for every legislative victory. Nonetheless, Republican chances for major gains in November 2018, perhaps six or seven Senate seats, remain strong. Moreover, Democrat Al Franken is resigning his seat any day now because of sexual misconduct charges, bringing another totally unexpected Republican opportunity. Al Franken Of course, any statewide Democratic victory in Alabama is stunning, but there were also stunning reasons for it. Republican Roy Moore was a flawed candidate even before allegations of sexual misconduct emerged – and he still lost by just one percentage point. The winner, Doug Jones, will likely be defeated at the next regular election in 2020. The stakes have unquestionably been raised, but President Trump and Republicans hold a strong hand. Roy Moore At some point, Democrats will have to declare what they believe in. Just as Hillary Clinton, the “inevitable” 2016 victor, fell from grace when she revealed her beliefs, so too will legions of aspiring Democrats. Trump is also demonstrating how a President can continue to command the national agenda, regardless of the comings and goings of domestic politics. For all these reasons, those who think Alabama marks the beginning of the end for Trump should think again. This is not even the end of the beginning. There is no better proof of this than his foreign policy moves thus far. They have not only shown him to be a dogged defender of American interests but an effective one too. Take his announcement that the US will recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. It is further unassailable evidence that he is not a status quo President. Despite the anticipated opposition across the Middle East and Europe, apocalyptic predictions of mass rioting by the “Arab street” and the destruction of the “peace process”, Trump proceeded nonetheless. US senate - Republicans hold the Senate by a slender margin The evidence so far is that widespread violence has not materialised and, inevitably, the Arab-Israeli peace process will rise again. Trump’s decision was an act of leadership, a paradigmatic act of realpolitik, not isolationism. American leadership requires acting before others are willing to do so, not following some ephemeral global consensus, or waiting for Europeans or others to make up their minds. Moreover, the Jerusalem precedent is consistent with the picture of Trump the “disrupter”. He withdrew America from the Paris Climate accord and from negotiations over a Global Compact on Migration. Similar steps to protect American sovereignty will almost certainly follow. Trump’s rejection of “feel good” treaties in favour of concrete steps to protect American citizens and national interests will be vindicated. Indeed, the greatest “disrupter” decision for Trump may still lie ahead: how to correct nearly three decades of failure in the nuclear counterproliferation crusade, as North Korea and Iran grow close to becoming nuclear powers. The same Establishment foreign policy cognoscenti who rejected Jerusalem as Israel’s capital have insisted for 25 years that the judicious application of diplomacy and economic sanctions would resolve the Iranian and North Korean nuclear-proliferation threats. North Korea war puff But this conventional wisdom has been proven flatly wrong. No less a representative of this perspective than Susan Rice, Barack Obama’s last national security adviser, conceded this summer that it had not delivered: “You can call it a failure. I accept that characterisation over the last two decades.” No kidding. And no wonder Trump is looking for alternatives. Twenty-five years of diplomatic failure has significant consequences. Endless negotiations and failed sanctions have wasted the most precious resource of all: time – time which has allowed Iran and North Korea to overcome the scientific and technological obstacles to building nuclear weapons. Accordingly, Trump now faces extremely unattractive choices. The most pressing concerns North Korea. Unless China acts decisively, cutting off fuel and food shipments to the regime, forcing reunification with South Korea or replacing the Kim family dictatorship, the White House will soon face a binary choice: either Washington must accept a nuclear North Korea, or military force will be required. The unpleasant alternative of pre-emptive military force is decidedly risky, but considerably less so than a future in which the world is subject to nuclear extortion by Kim’s bizarre regime – a regime perfectly prepared to sell nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles to any bidder with the requisite hard currency. Tut-tutting about where the United States locates its embassy in Israel simply obscures the far harder choices ahead. Let’s keep our priorities straight. Trump has shown every evidence he can do so.   John Bolton is former US Ambassador to the United Nations

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Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

In a schoolmasterly fashion, Jurgen Klopp asked journalists for a show of hands. “How many of you thought it was a penalty?” he said. Some responded and a few willingly kept arms down. Others thought the inquisition a tad irrelevant and wanted no role in the theatre. Had the Liverpool manager asked who thought he picked the wrong line-up against Everton, adding if anyone felt he made unnecessarily risky substitutions, the more ambivalent would have stretched their limbs. Managers can be forgiven such displays of emotion under duress, particularly after a Merseyside derby. This felt like a classic deflection. Merseyside derby tradition dictates there must be at least one perplexing decision to cause suitable levels of rage. There were several at Anfield as Sam Allardyce claimed the most unlikely point in what will rank one of the curious recent meetings between the clubs. Everton left satisfied with the result having left their supporters perturbed by much of what they had seen, especially for a dire 76 minutes. Klopp declared himself satisfied with the performance but disturbed by the circumstances of the 1-1 draw, superiority absurdly surrendered. The Liverpool manager’s gaze was fixed on referee Craig Pawson for gifting Everton the penalty from which Wayne Rooney struck the equaliser, his first goal in this fixture. “I don’t think it was a penalty,” he said. “We have to take it. Obviously you all think it is a penalty then all the fouls between (Ashley) Williams and (Dominic) Solanke should have been free kicks. That is how it is. We have to take it. The last moment Calvert-Lewin makes a step, he doesn’t push him or anything. It’s just body contact. That happens in midfield and 60 or 70 times it is not a free-kick. Today we get a penalty which wasn’t a penalty.”  Chastising the referee disguises multiple reasons why Mohamed Salah’s latest exquisite strike was not the winner – just as against Chelsea a fortnight ago. This is more than Liverpool ill-fortune. It is an unhealthy habit. Jurgen Klopp is visibly disappointed at the final whistle Credit: Reuters Before Pawson had any influence Liverpool could point to Sadio Mane’s decision to shoot rather than pass to two team-mates, who would have had a tap-in to make it 2-0 just before half time. They could point to Dejan Lovren’s decision to make any contact with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who did not look in an especially dangerous position when he felt the Croatian’s shove leading to the 76th minute spot kick. Mohamed Salah scores to give Liverpool a much-deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images They could point to Klopp’s generosity when deciding to omit Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino from his line-up, and his even greater assistance when substituting Salah with the game still in the balance. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. Allardyce confirmed that, although he also suggested his side’s defensive could also have nullified the Brazilians.  Liverpool vs Everton player ratings Resting some of your best players in a Merseyside derby is unprecedented. Given Coutinho stayed on against Spartak Moscow for 90 minutes, despite Liverpool strolling through that second half, sparing him for Everton when West Bromwich Albion and Bournemouth are up next is bizarre. “I thought before the game (it was right), yes. After the game, still yes,” said Klopp. “Even when the result doesn’t show it. We did it like this for seven weeks. When we don’t win it I take the blame. I have no problem with that. The boys who came in were fresh and worked hard. We felt we needed fresh legs. We could have won it but didn’t, so blame me.” There will be denial, of course, but it smacked of being too preoccupied with how to win the next game instead of the current one. Liverpool were under no pressure but there was always the possibility they would give up one chance. That was all Everton needed after toiling their way through two-thirds of the game. From the first whistle the visitors assumed what can only be described as the Rorke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was archaic stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Calvert-Lewin could do little more than chase long and second balls. It still yielded reward when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who took most from the outcome, even if they too will expect much more when returning for the FA Cup tie in the New Year. That, too, is now guaranteed to be feisty. Klopp may think twice before leaving too many of his stars on the bench next time. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

Everton’s wait for an Anfield victory will extend into a 19th year, but Sam Allardyce has already left his mark on the Merseyside derby.Wayne Rooney’s first derby goal secured what had looked an unlikely point, referee Craig Pawson taking centre-stage with a 76th penalty decision. Dejan Lovren continued his objections beyond the final whistle as it was his shove on Dominic Calvert-Lewin that cost his side victory. Liverpool can complain until the sides meet again in the FA Cup in January, but they had only themselves to blame for squandering superiority. There will be denial, of course, but it was the home side’s complacency and lethargy once ahead that was their undoing. Jurgen Klopp’s earlier inexplicable decision to rest Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino looked like it would escape censure when Mohamed Salah scored in the first half. But when Salah was substituted on 67 minutes, the indications were Klopp was far too preoccupied with worrying how to win the next game instead of concentrating on the current one. Some of his decisions here were perplexing. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. He left out Coutinho and Firmino, both on the bench. No doubt the Liverpool manager will argue the glut of fixtures means rotation is essential, but in a Merseyside derby? Klopp was visibly disappointed by the final whistle Credit: Reuters Try finding a sympathetic ear when it goes wrong. It seemed particularly risky given there was no surprise how Allardyce would line-up. This was an Everton team built for resistance -  a game that demanded as much creativity in the home ranks possible. From the first whistle Everton assumed what can only be described as the Rourke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. For 42 minutes it was successful. Liverpool had plenty of the ball but Jordan Pickford was underemployed. It would need individual quality to breakthrough. This is where Liverpool are evolving, even with the South Americans watching on. Salah tricked Cuco Martina, shrugged off Idrissa Gueye and picked out the top corner. Of his 19 goals already this season, none have been celebrated so vociferously. Liverpool should have been two up at half-time when Sadio Mane was too selfish when sent clear. Salah scored to give Liverpool a much deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images Salah and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were waiting for the tap-in but the Senegal forward dragged his shot wide. Everton had a reprieve. Their problem was how to turn such a conservative approach into an attacking threat. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was primitive stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. An increasing number of long balls, mostly from Pickford, provoked rising levels of mocking from the home fans. Rooney and Sigurdsson could do little more than chase second balls. There had be changes at the break, Allardyce replacing the ineffective Niasse with Aaron Lennon and youngster Tom Davies with Morgan Schneiderlin. But there was another escape early in the second half when Salah was inches wide with a header. Liverpool kept making chances while playing within themselves.    There was always the possibility one mistake, or one chance would save Everton. So it proved when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who felt most satisfied after one of the strangest derbies in recent times. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool 1 Everton 1: Wayne Rooney converts for a point after Dejan Lovren's costly push

Everton’s wait for an Anfield victory will extend into a 19th year, but Sam Allardyce has already left his mark on the Merseyside derby.Wayne Rooney’s first derby goal secured what had looked an unlikely point, referee Craig Pawson taking centre-stage with a 76th penalty decision. Dejan Lovren continued his objections beyond the final whistle as it was his shove on Dominic Calvert-Lewin that cost his side victory. Liverpool can complain until the sides meet again in the FA Cup in January, but they had only themselves to blame for squandering superiority. There will be denial, of course, but it was the home side’s complacency and lethargy once ahead that was their undoing. Jurgen Klopp’s earlier inexplicable decision to rest Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino looked like it would escape censure when Mohamed Salah scored in the first half. But when Salah was substituted on 67 minutes, the indications were Klopp was far too preoccupied with worrying how to win the next game instead of concentrating on the current one. Some of his decisions here were perplexing. If teamsheets can surrender momentum, Klopp had already offered the visitors hope before kick-off. He left out Coutinho and Firmino, both on the bench. No doubt the Liverpool manager will argue the glut of fixtures means rotation is essential, but in a Merseyside derby? Klopp was visibly disappointed by the final whistle Credit: Reuters Try finding a sympathetic ear when it goes wrong. It seemed particularly risky given there was no surprise how Allardyce would line-up. This was an Everton team built for resistance -  a game that demanded as much creativity in the home ranks possible. From the first whistle Everton assumed what can only be described as the Rourke’s Drift formation, dropping deep and trying to deny space. For 42 minutes it was successful. Liverpool had plenty of the ball but Jordan Pickford was underemployed. It would need individual quality to breakthrough. This is where Liverpool are evolving, even with the South Americans watching on. Salah tricked Cuco Martina, shrugged off Idrissa Gueye and picked out the top corner. Of his 19 goals already this season, none have been celebrated so vociferously. Liverpool should have been two up at half-time when Sadio Mane was too selfish when sent clear. Salah scored to give Liverpool a much deserved lead  Credit: Getty Images Salah and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were waiting for the tap-in but the Senegal forward dragged his shot wide. Everton had a reprieve. Their problem was how to turn such a conservative approach into an attacking threat. You could admire how their new manager had organised their defence, but it was primitive stuff in the direction of Simon Mignolet’s goal. An increasing number of long balls, mostly from Pickford, provoked rising levels of mocking from the home fans. Rooney and Sigurdsson could do little more than chase second balls. There had be changes at the break, Allardyce replacing the ineffective Niasse with Aaron Lennon and youngster Tom Davies with Morgan Schneiderlin. But there was another escape early in the second half when Salah was inches wide with a header. Liverpool kept making chances while playing within themselves.    There was always the possibility one mistake, or one chance would save Everton. So it proved when Lovren was penalised and Rooney ensured it was the away fans who felt most satisfied after one of the strangest derbies in recent times. 4:15PM A picture paints a thousand words... Jurgen Klopp bemoans a decision Credit: Reuters Sam Allardyce celebrates a derby day point Credit: Reuters 4:09PM Full-time You have to give Everton credit for keeping it at 1-0 for so long and then taking that opportunity when it arose.  Lovren had to be pulled away from the officials at the end but he shouldn't be moaning. He created a situation and gave the referee a decision to make.  It is definitely two points lost for Liverpool, but one gained for Everton as they move into tenth. The Reds end the weekend in fourth.  4:07PM 90 + 4 mins Liverpool are all camped out in the Everton box and Henderson takes a shot but it flies into Row Z.  With seconds left, Everton know they just have to keep it calm.  4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

British jihadis should be 'brought to justice' instead of being killed, Shami Chakrabarti claims

British jihadis should be "brought to justice" instead of being targeted by drones and killed, Labour's most senior legal shadow minister has claimed. Baroness Chakrabarti, the shadow attorney general, said she was “very disappointed” by comments made by Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary, after he suggested British terrorists who remain in Syria and Iraq would be hunted down and killed. But Lady Chakrabarti told Sky News’ Sunday with Niall Paterson programme that Mr Williamson’s suggestion of targeting jihadists with drone airstrikes was “appalling”. Asked for her opinion on Mr Williamson’s suggestion, she said: “I was very disappointed in that. “Let’s be clear, if you are on the battlefield you have to fight whoever is opposing you on the battlefield.” Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary Credit: David Mirzoeff/PA But when told that Mr Williamson had appeared to suggest there was a kill list of British jihadists, Lady Chakrabarti said: “If he is suggesting targeted assassinations of criminals who should instead be brought to justice, that is appalling and we do not want to hear a Defence Secretary abrogate the rule of law because the rule of law is what brave men and women who join our armed forces and put their lives at risk, that’s what they do it for, for the rule of law at home and abroad.” Mr Williamson said in an interview with the Daily Mail last week that jihadists originally from the UK who have travelled to Syria and Iraq and remain there would be targeted. He said that a "dead terrorist can't cause any harm to Britain". Mr Williamson was accused of pursuing a policy that "belongs in a Netflix series" after suggesting Britons who have fought for Islamic State (IS) should never be allowed to come back to the UK. His comments sparked widespread outcry as critics questioned whether Mr Williamson was endorsing a potential breach of humanitarian law. However, Mr Williamson refused to back down as he subsequently claimed he believed the British public backed his position. Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA He told the Daily Mail: “The British people want to make sure that our streets are safe. “The British people are incredibly proud of our Armed Forces, the work they do - making sure that the people who are a threat to this country are not able to continue to threaten this country.” Henry Bolton, the Ukip leader, said the comments made by Lady Chakrabarti, who as Shami Chakrabarti was director of the human rights group Liberty, demonstrated that she “doesn’t live in the real world”.

British jihadis should be 'brought to justice' instead of being killed, Shami Chakrabarti claims

British jihadis should be "brought to justice" instead of being targeted by drones and killed, Labour's most senior legal shadow minister has claimed. Baroness Chakrabarti, the shadow attorney general, said she was “very disappointed” by comments made by Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary, after he suggested British terrorists who remain in Syria and Iraq would be hunted down and killed. But Lady Chakrabarti told Sky News’ Sunday with Niall Paterson programme that Mr Williamson’s suggestion of targeting jihadists with drone airstrikes was “appalling”. Asked for her opinion on Mr Williamson’s suggestion, she said: “I was very disappointed in that. “Let’s be clear, if you are on the battlefield you have to fight whoever is opposing you on the battlefield.” Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary Credit: David Mirzoeff/PA But when told that Mr Williamson had appeared to suggest there was a kill list of British jihadists, Lady Chakrabarti said: “If he is suggesting targeted assassinations of criminals who should instead be brought to justice, that is appalling and we do not want to hear a Defence Secretary abrogate the rule of law because the rule of law is what brave men and women who join our armed forces and put their lives at risk, that’s what they do it for, for the rule of law at home and abroad.” Mr Williamson said in an interview with the Daily Mail last week that jihadists originally from the UK who have travelled to Syria and Iraq and remain there would be targeted. He said that a "dead terrorist can't cause any harm to Britain". Mr Williamson was accused of pursuing a policy that "belongs in a Netflix series" after suggesting Britons who have fought for Islamic State (IS) should never be allowed to come back to the UK. His comments sparked widespread outcry as critics questioned whether Mr Williamson was endorsing a potential breach of humanitarian law. However, Mr Williamson refused to back down as he subsequently claimed he believed the British public backed his position. Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA He told the Daily Mail: “The British people want to make sure that our streets are safe. “The British people are incredibly proud of our Armed Forces, the work they do - making sure that the people who are a threat to this country are not able to continue to threaten this country.” Henry Bolton, the Ukip leader, said the comments made by Lady Chakrabarti, who as Shami Chakrabarti was director of the human rights group Liberty, demonstrated that she “doesn’t live in the real world”.

British jihadis should be 'brought to justice' instead of being killed, Shami Chakrabarti claims

British jihadis should be "brought to justice" instead of being targeted by drones and killed, Labour's most senior legal shadow minister has claimed. Baroness Chakrabarti, the shadow attorney general, said she was “very disappointed” by comments made by Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary, after he suggested British terrorists who remain in Syria and Iraq would be hunted down and killed. But Lady Chakrabarti told Sky News’ Sunday with Niall Paterson programme that Mr Williamson’s suggestion of targeting jihadists with drone airstrikes was “appalling”. Asked for her opinion on Mr Williamson’s suggestion, she said: “I was very disappointed in that. “Let’s be clear, if you are on the battlefield you have to fight whoever is opposing you on the battlefield.” Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary Credit: David Mirzoeff/PA But when told that Mr Williamson had appeared to suggest there was a kill list of British jihadists, Lady Chakrabarti said: “If he is suggesting targeted assassinations of criminals who should instead be brought to justice, that is appalling and we do not want to hear a Defence Secretary abrogate the rule of law because the rule of law is what brave men and women who join our armed forces and put their lives at risk, that’s what they do it for, for the rule of law at home and abroad.” Mr Williamson said in an interview with the Daily Mail last week that jihadists originally from the UK who have travelled to Syria and Iraq and remain there would be targeted. He said that a "dead terrorist can't cause any harm to Britain". Mr Williamson was accused of pursuing a policy that "belongs in a Netflix series" after suggesting Britons who have fought for Islamic State (IS) should never be allowed to come back to the UK. His comments sparked widespread outcry as critics questioned whether Mr Williamson was endorsing a potential breach of humanitarian law. However, Mr Williamson refused to back down as he subsequently claimed he believed the British public backed his position. Gavin Williamson, the Defence Secretary Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA He told the Daily Mail: “The British people want to make sure that our streets are safe. “The British people are incredibly proud of our Armed Forces, the work they do - making sure that the people who are a threat to this country are not able to continue to threaten this country.” Henry Bolton, the Ukip leader, said the comments made by Lady Chakrabarti, who as Shami Chakrabarti was director of the human rights group Liberty, demonstrated that she “doesn’t live in the real world”.

Liverpool vs Everton, Premier League: live score updates 

Betfair offer: get Liverpool to beat Everton at 25/1 4:04PM 90 + 2 mins Firmino tries to meet Robertson's cross but he's stretching and the ball goes out of play. Klopp is now the more energetic of the two managers. 4:01PM 89 mins Liverpool get their 12th corner, which Coutinho takes but Lovren's header is well over.  Klavan takes his go at pushing Calvert-Lewin in the back but he -at least - does it in a relatively harmless area. Sigurdsson gets the free-kick into the box it comes to nothing. 3:58PM 86 mins Another Everton card with Schneirlin seeing yellow for a tackle on Milner, it was sloppy more than anything.  Coutinho takes the resulting free-kick and it's heading for the top left corner, but Pickford is wise to it as we head into the last five minutes. The snow has restarted as well so that pitch is very wet and slippy. 3:55PM Happy with a point, Sam? Jagielka will be the final Everton substitution. He's on in place of the captain and scorer, Rooney. Before that Solanke is replaced by Danny Ings. Great to see the striker back fit and getting those minutes in. 3:53PM 81 mins The visitors have the wind in their sails now as Lennon bombs down the right wing.  It will be a nervy ten minute for the Reds who were in complete control until Lovren's rush of blood to the head.  3:51PM 78 mins Lovren has just cost his team there. He pushes the Everton forward in the middle of his back and the referee has no choice as Calvert-Lewin hits the deck. The youngster was actually running onto a great Rooney pass, so you could say the veteran started and finished that goal.  It is definitely game on now as Coutinho replaces Oxlade-Chamberlain. 3:49PM EVERTON HAVE A PENALTY Lovren pushes Calvert-Lewin in the box. It's stupid, it's a pen. And it's a Rooney equaliser. His first goal in a Merseyside derby. 3:46PM 73 mins Everton have a corner! This is not a drill. Sigurdsson takes and Mignolet pushes it out but only as far as Lennon, who plays Kenny in. The youngster crosses into the box but the home keeper collects and normal service is resumed as Liverpool go on the attack. 3:43PM 70 mins It looks like Everton will make their final substitution soon with Lookman warming up.  There is still only one goal in it but the visitors can't get a foot on the ball with Liverpool just playing keep-ball until they feel the opportunity to attack is there.  3:40PM 67 mins Firmino comes, or Bobby, as the Reds fans love to call him. He replaces the goalscorer and gives Martina a moment to breathe after a torrid 67 mins failing to keep the Egyptian quiet.  3:37PM 64 mins Pickford keeps it at 1-0 as he gets the slightest of touches to push Oxlade-Chamberlain's cross away from Mane, who would've had a tap-in had he connected.  The home side getting into their stride again and Mane is fouled by Lennon about 25 yards from goal. Salah steps up  and Gomez heads it but can only send it over Pickford's bar.  3:35PM Not a great stat for the visitors Everton have had just two touches in the Red box. TWO! Liverpool have had 35... 3:33PM 60 mins Another Mane shot but Pickford is alert to the overhead kick. The Toffees keeper hasn't had much to do despite the home teams possession in the opening hour.  3:30PM Merry Christmas everyone There's a rendition of the famous song being sung around Anfield. Not the most tuneful I've ever heard. Apparently it was 'Everton', not everyone. I think I was blocking out the festive cheer 3:29PM 56 mins All Liverpool again at the moment. Klavan has clearly been sent forward for set-pieces and the Red keeps alternating their corner takers. Martina is still struggling to cope with Salah, but who wouldn't when the league's top scorer is on this form. 3:25PM 52 mins Sigurdsson plays in Calvert-Lewis and the youngster gets a shot off but it's wide. It won't matter because they already look more dangerous in the opening five minutes of the second-half, than they did the first 45 mins. Liverpool keen to get their second though. Holgate manages to flick the ball away after the home side get another corner.   3:21PM 49 mins Kenny has been so good for the visitors today and his header defies Solanke. Salah thinks he's got his second but his header, from just inside the six-yard box, goes past Pickford's near post.  3:20PM Second-half underway Liverpool have the lead thanks to Salah's super strike. The Toffees have only come from behind to win the derby once, when Peter Beardsley scored the winner in 1992. Can they pull off an Anfield miracle? 3:17PM Two changes Schneiderlin and Lennon come on for Niasse and Davies. Interesting... 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM 42 mins - GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool vs Everton, Premier League: live score updates 

Betfair offer: get Liverpool to beat Everton at 25/1 3:05PM Half-time.  Liverpool go into the break with a 1-0 lead that is deserved after they were the only team attacking.  Salah's goal was superb but the home side may come to waste that possession if Everton manage to get an equaliser in the second-half. 3:03PM 45 + 2 mins  Mane tries to get in on the individual skill as he runs down the left, but he drags his shot wide of the post.  If he had looked up he had three teammates running into the box to join him and Klopp's face suggests he will tell him so at half-time.  3:01PM 45 mins An individual moment gives Liverpool the lead and their first shot on target. Martina had been struggling with Salah for most of the game.  Not content with giving his team the lead he has another shot but Williams heads it over.  2:58PM GOAL! SALAH! The Egyptian breaks the deadlock. Martina loses the ball on the edge of the box, Salah cuts in and his left foot shot sails past Pickford into the far left corner.  2:56PM 41 mins Despite Everton being stuck in their own half the fact they have kept Liverpool quiet should give them confidence going into the second-half.  Gueye gets the second yellow after he tackles Mane from behind. He kind of gets the ball but you can't come through a player's legs like that. 2:52PM 37 mins The first yellow goes to Sigurdsson and to be fair, it was late on Henderson, but I'm not sure if we haven't seen some more physical moments in the opening third of the game.  Red captain is receiving treatment but it doesn't look like anything the magic spray won't fix. 2:50PM 34 mins Rooney lets Mane sail past him and the Red continue their latest attack. It ends with a Robertson shot from the edge of the box that sails over Pickford goal.  Klopp's men lacking any real composure.  2:46PM 31 mins Despite all their possession, Liverpool haven't had a shot on target. Would that still be the case if Coutinho and Firmino were on the pitch? Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a corner and despite keeping possession there is no end result for the reds. As Lovren tries to play in Milner, Rooney goes down the heavy handed defensive route by pushing his former England teammate into the hoardings. By his head... 2:43PM 28 mins Everton actually get into Liverpool's box but Sigurdsson's tame shot is blocked - it was their first real attack which is a positive. But the home side are soon back on the front foot with Oxlade-Chamberlain sending his free-kick towards the far post but it sails out.  2:41PM 25 mins Gomez catches Martina with a knee that is a little bit too close to a certain area and although he is about 1 yard from the linesman there is no further action.  Henderson plays in Gomez whose cross into the box is cut back by Mane but Everton again manage to clear. Somehow. 2:36PM 21 mins Although the home side have had nearly all of the ball and some decent attacks they don't look as penetrative as we are used to seeing.  Everton are just camped out in their own half will have to pay attention if this is what they plan to do for the next 70-odd minutes.  2:34PM 18 mins The Toffees seem to have unstuck their feet and calmed their play slightly, compared to the opening 15 minutes.  Robertson is looking like a serious threat down the left though and Rooney will need to stay alert to help his defense. 2:30PM 15 mins  Martina is having a nightmare with Salah on the right and now Gomez joins the attack before Niasse comes and tackles the young defender. It bounces off the former Charlton man for a goal-kick.  It is all Liverpool at the moment and they have 76% possession. The visitors are riding their luck a little bit.  2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

Liverpool vs Everton, Premier League: live score updates 

Betfair offer: get Liverpool to beat Everton at 25/1 2:28PM 13 mins Rooney showing why defending has never been his strong point. He loses Robertson on the edge of the box and Kenny comes to the rescue. It is all go at Anfield. Oxlade-Chamberlain sees his shot blocked and Allardyce may want to get that heart monitor back on with all the screaming and shouting he is doing. 2:26PM 11 mins Sigurdsson blocks Milner's shot after Salah loses Martina. The Everton defender could be in for a tricky afternoon.  Mignolet comes rushing out and clears after Niasse latches onto a long ball with only Lovren near the striker. He manages to take the man and the striker. 2:24PM 9 mins All Liverpool at the moment and Henderson plays in Salah who sends a cross into the box for Mane but it's too high for the forward to get to and Pickford takes.  Both teams displaying British youth in the form of Calvert-Lewin, Robertson, Solanke, Gomez and Davies. Williams breaks down an attack on the edge of the box and Rooney tried to get it too Niasse but it's overhit.  Mane looks like he's going to get beyond Holgate but he slips in the box at the crucial moment. 2:21PM 6 mins Kenny takes a free-kick just inside the opposition half but it's too long for Calvert-Lewin to collect. I sense a trend with the Toffees knocking the ball long at every attempt.  Liverpool on the attack and Mane plays in Robertson on his left but his tame effort is easily collected by Pickford.  2:19PM 4 mins Liverpool on the attack and Martina's clearance leave Williams struggling. Lucking for the visitors Henderson sends it over the bar. Allardyce motions for his team to calm down.  2:16PM Kick-off Everton gets the game underway - at the second attempt -  as they go from left to right. Rooney sends it to Holgate, who sends it long and out of play. Is this their gameplan? 2:14PM Derby Day begins It's freezing outside so get comfortable and get those snacks sorted for Liverpool vs Everton. 2:11PM Minutes until kick-off This is a hard one to predict. Will Klopp's rotation defeat Allardyce's lack of changes? It feels like there will be goals with the team sides having conceded 47 between them so far this season. 2:06PM The visiting boss "We want to be committed and passionate but we don't want to lose our cool. " There have been 21 red cards in 50 Merseyside derbies and remember that Everton haven't won at Anfield in 17 Premier League games. The last one was in 1999. 2:00PM 15 minutes until kick-off Here's a reminder of the teams that sees Klopp making six changes and Allardyce making one. The big news is that Coutinho and Firmino are on the bench and Solanke starts only his second Premier League game. Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:55PM Super Speedo Mick The Everton fan goes to games in his swimming attire for charity.  Speedo Mick continues his charity fundraising Credit: Getty Images 1:51PM We all agree then Even our columnist, Jamie Carragher, is surprised by the home team.  Liverpool teams a big surprise!!!!!!!— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) December 10, 2017 1:44PM Looking dapper, lads The lads arriving at Anfield... �� pic.twitter.com/3WO6asWGjq— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 10, 2017 1:43PM When your dog has got skills A Liverpool supporting dog Credit: Action Images 1:40PM Those teams Liverpool: Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold Everton: Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs: Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:37PM Just, no I'm not a fan of this phenomenon Half and half scarves Credit: Action Images 1:34PM That's one way to look at it... Henderson and Millner in the midfield. God bless our team.#LIVEVE— Mrinmoy Biswas (@Mrinmoy_sg8) December 10, 2017 1:30PM Sam keeping it steady The visitors have made only one change as Allardyce looks to beat Liverpool with his fourth different club after Crystal palace, West Ham and Bolton.  He got off to a winning start with the 2-0 victory over Hudderfield in the league last weekend and both scorer's - Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson - start today.  1:26PM Are we all over that surprise? No Firmino and Coutinho in the starting XI and I think we can safely say that it's a shock. Neither player is injured and they have already scored nine goals between them this season.  Six changes  in contrast to Everton's one seems a lot for a team that has won four of their last five league games. The team scored 15 goals in those four victories. 1:19PM Everton team Not too many surprises for the Toffees... Pickford, Kenny, Martina, Holgate, Williams, Gueye, Calvert-Lewin, Davies, Rooney, Sigurdsson, Niasse Subs:  Robles, Schneiderlin, Keane, Jagielka, Lennon, Vlasic, Lookman 1:17PM Liverpool team The home fans may be a little surprised by this team... Mignolet, Gomez, Klavan, Lovren, Robertson, Milner, Henderson, Mane, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Salah, Solanke. Subs: Karius, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Coutinho, Can, Ings, Alexander-Arnold 1:15PM Good afternoon Hello! It's 'Derby Day' and we're starting with the Merseyside derby. Let's get the teams news.

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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

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

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

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

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