Live Bid! Luxury Two Night Spa Break at Danesfield House
Danesfield House is a stunning Renaissance-style manor built in 1901. It is situated within the grounds of a stunning countryside retreat close to the picturesque towns of Marlow and Henley. The hotel is a celebrity “hot-spot” boasting renowned fine dining, a stylish spa and cocktail bar. Spread over 65 acres with truly spectacular grounds your stay will include 2 nights’ accommodation in the spacious River Suite with a four poster bed and views of the River Thames, or the expansive, cutting-edge Stable Suite with its classy modern touches, paired beautifully with the elegant accommodation. To enhance your experience, we have included £350 bonus spending money which can be used in the award-winning Spa with its extensive treatment list as well as on sumptuous food and beverages within the hotel.
-This voucher is to be taken on two consecutive nights Sun-Fri excluding Henley Regatta/Festival week, Christmas & New Year and subject to availability/allocation.
- Valid for one year.
- Saturday upgrades not available.
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