This May and August bank holidays guests can save over 40% on three and four night stays at The Old Bell Hotel in Malmesbury.
England’s oldest Hotel, the Grade 1 listed The Old Bell Hotel (https://oldbellhotel.co.uk), has re-opened following a £1.1M refurbishment. Located alongside the 12th century abbey in the centre of the historic, Wiltshire market town of Malmesbury in the Cotswolds, the hotel has been revived and refined with a renewed emphasis on the quality of accommodation and dining experience.
The Old Bell Hotel celebrates the 40th anniversary of the first May bank holiday with savings of over 50% (£352) on three-night stays.
Stay 3 nights at the recently refurbished 4* The Old Bell Hotel (www.oldbellhotel.co.uk / 01666 822 344) from £318 per room (£159 per person, based on two sharing) saving £352 per room. Price includes three nights accommodation with breakfast, a Gin Flight (four gin and tonics of your choice and an evening meal) a Prosecco Cream Tea on arrival and tickets to Westonbirt Arboretum.
Stay three nights at The Old Bell Hotel and enjoy the fourth free, saving over £400 on four-night breaks.
Stay 4 nights at the 4* The Old Bell Hotel (www.oldbellhotel.co.uk / 01666 822 344) from £480 per room (£240 per person, based on two sharing) saving £417 per room. Price includes four nights accommodation with breakfast, a Gin Flight (four gin and tonics of your choice and an evening meal) a two course Sunday lunch and tickets to Westonbirt Arboretum.
Prices are based on two adults sharing a ‘Cosy’ room, upgrades available at an additional cost.
Offers can be found at: https://oldbellhotel.co.uk/rooms/special-offers/
Please note, all prices and offers are subject to availability and cannot be combined with any other offers.