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The Highlights

  • Stay in a relaxed British hotel or Inn
  • One night stay - Sunday - Friday
  • Two night stays - 7 days a week (subject to availability)
  • Comfortable double or twin room
  • 35+ locations across the UK
  • Cooked or continental breakfast included
  • Vegetarian & vegan breakfast options available
  • Exchangeable Experience Gift

36 Locations To Choose From

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  • Aberdeen
  • Birmingham
  • Blackburn
  • Braintree
  • Bristol
  • Cheltenham
  • Fareham
  • Forest Row
  • Halstead
  • Hitchin
  • Hook
  • Hull
  • Lincoln
  • Marlborough
  • Milton Keynes
  • Nottingham
  • Nuneaton
  • Portsmouth
  • Preston
  • Rotherham
  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • Sudbury
  • Tetbury
  • Towcester
  • Uckfield
  • Wakefield
  • Warrington
  • Westerham
  • Wigan
  • Wirral
  • Worcester
  • Yeovil

The Main Event

Enjoy a brilliant British staycation with a one or two-night break at a cosy country or city hotel.

Relax at your choice of more than 35 Greene King traditional inns and hotels, all of which offer comfortable, modern rooms, breakfast and all the charm of a classic English pub.

Whether you're looking for a short break in the country or the perfect base for exploring city attractions, we've got the perfect getaway to suit just what you need.

Start your day with a delicious cooked or continental breakfast and once you've enjoyed all the surrounding area has to offer, finish the evening by climbing into your comfy double or twin bed for a great night's sleep in preparation for the next day of adventures.

Greene King establishments pride themselves on providing all the home comforts you could wish for, from comfortable rooms to family-friendly pub restaurants so there'll be a getaway to suit everyone.

Important Bits

Booking Exclusions & Upgrades

Properties in the below locations are not valid for bookings June, July & August:

Marlborough, Guisborough, Tetbury, Yeovil, Hook, Fareham Cheltenham, Yatton, Portsmouth, Stoke, Aberdeen.

Upgrades including Family Rooms may be available upon request and will be subject to an additional charge.

All bookings are subject to availability, bookings should be made 6-8 weeks in advance, where possible, to avoid disappointment.

All hotels are entirely e-cigarette and smoke-free, including the bedrooms.

When

One night stays are available Sunday - Friday.

Two night stays are available 7 days a week (subject to availability)

Check-in is from 2pm with check out is by 11am. 

Validity

Your voucher is valid for 12 Months from the date of issue.

Please note you must have booked and taken your experience before the expiry date.

Who Can Go

  • Minimum age: 16 (under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult).
  • Accessibility differs depending on location, please check upon booking.
  • Up to 2 children under the age of 16 sharing a room with adults stay free of charge subject to the availability of a suitable room.
  • Cots are available at most of the hotels and at no extra charge. Please specify at the time of booking if a cot or extra bed is required.
  • Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to stay in their own room without an adult.
  • Children aged 16 or 17 may stay in an adjacent room under the responsibility of their parent/guardian who are also staying at the hotel and have key access to the room occupied by the child/children.
  • Please note that all ‘Young Guest’ or ‘Children’s Breakfast’ options on the residential menus are only available to guests aged 15 years and under.

What about Insurance?

The centres contracted with us hold public liability insurance. We also hold contingency liability cover. You will not be liable for accidental damage to equipment, except where damage has been caused as a result of recklessness or wilful negligence.

A cancellation indemnity, subject to terms, is included with every voucher.

How it Works

All you have to do is pay for the experience you wish to purchase and we’ll send a voucher and booking information to you or directly to the recipient, then you just need to check the info and book your experience.

FAQs

Hotel and room amenities 

What's available will vary from location to location, however the majority of rooms will have:
Free WiFi
Flatscreen TV
Tea & coffee making facilities
En-suite bathrooms
Easy check out

Approximate timings (these will vary by hotel)

Breakfast
Mon-Fri: 7am to 9/10am
Sat-Sun: 8am to 10am

Evening meals
Mon-Sat: Served until 9/10pm
Sun: Served until 8/9pm 

Areas To Choose From

Aberdeen

Aberdeen

Aberdeen, known as the Granite City due to its many enduring grey stone buildings, is a compelling mix of historic charm and contemporary vibrancy, offering a range of experiences for visitors and locals alike. Nestled in the northeast of Scotland, this city is not only a hub for the oil industry but also a gateway to exploring the rich cultural heritage and stunning natural landscapes of the surrounding area.

The city itself boasts an impressive architectural landscape, largely built from locally quarried grey granite, which sparkles like silver under the sunlight. Among its architectural jewels, Marischal College stands out as one of the largest granite buildings in the world. Now serving as the headquarters of the City Council, its Gothic revival structure is a must-see for architecture enthusiasts.

Aberdeen's cultural scene is vibrant, with numerous art galleries, museums, and theatres contributing to the city's artistic identity. The Aberdeen Art Gallery, recently refurbished, houses a vast collection of modern and historic art. The Maritime Museum, on the other hand, offers insights into the city's strong ties with the sea, from its fishing heritage to its status as a global oil capital.

For those interested in history, Old Aberdeen is a picturesque area that seems frozen in time, with cobbled streets leading to the ancient University of Aberdeen, founded in 1495. St Machar's Cathedral, another historic landmark, is known for its medieval architecture and stained-glass windows.

Beyond the city's boundaries, the Aberdeenshire region offers an abundance of natural beauty and historical sites. The Castle Trail, a unique route linking 19 of Scotland's most famous castles, showcases the area's rich history. Highlights include the dramatic ruins of Dunnottar Castle, perched on a rugged cliff by the sea, and the fairy-tale Balmoral Castle, the Scottish residence of the British Royal Family.

The region is also famed for its whisky distilleries, with several offering tours and tastings. The Malt Whisky Trail in nearby Speyside is a particularly popular attraction for whisky enthusiasts, providing a glimpse into the traditional art of whisky making.

Nature lovers will find plenty to explore in the surrounding countryside, from the tranquil beaches along the Aberdeenshire coast to the scenic trails of the Cairngorms National Park. The park, part of the Grampian Mountains, is a haven for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and wildlife watching, with its vast landscapes of forests, lochs, and mountain peaks.

For a unique coastal experience, the nearby village of Stonehaven is worth a visit, especially for its picturesque harbour and the opportunity to try the local delicacy, deep-fried Mars bar. The annual Fireballs Ceremony on New Year's Eve, where participants swing blazing fireballs above their heads to ward off evil spirits, is a testament to the area's rich cultural traditions.

Aberdeen and its surrounding area offer a compelling blend of city and countryside attractions. From its granite architecture and cultural institutions to the natural beauty and historical sites of Aberdeenshire, there's something for everyone to explore. Whether you're drawn to the charm of the city or the allure of the Scottish landscape, Aberdeen provides a gateway to a diverse and enriching experience.

Birmingham

Birmingham

Birmingham is a vibrant and dynamic place that boasts a rich tapestry of history, culture, and modern attractions. This bustling metropolis in the West Midlands offers a plethora of activities for those eager to explore its depths, from its renowned culinary scene to its lush green spaces and historical landmarks.

The city's heart is its Bullring & Grand Central shopping centre, a modern retail hub that stands in stark contrast to the traditional markets that have operated in the area for over 800 years. The Bullring is not only a shopper's paradise but also an architectural landmark, with the futuristic aluminium discs of the Selfridges building drawing the eye of any visitor. For those interested in a more traditional shopping experience, the nearby Jewellery Quarter, with its centuries-old heritage of jewellery making, offers unique pieces and a glimpse into Birmingham's industrial past.

Birmingham is also celebrated for its culinary diversity, boasting an impressive array of dining options. The city is particularly famous for its Balti Triangle, an area known for pioneering the Balti curry, which offers an authentic taste of South Asian cuisine. The Edgbaston area is home to some of the city's more upscale dining experiences, including Michelin-starred restaurants that showcase the best of British and international gastronomy.

For culture enthusiasts, Birmingham does not disappoint. The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is home to an extensive collection, including Pre-Raphaelite paintings and ancient artifacts. The Thinktank, Birmingham's science museum, offers interactive exhibits and an award-winning planetarium, making it a hit with families and science buffs alike. The city's Library of Birmingham is not only the largest public library in Europe but also an architectural marvel, with its modern design and rooftop gardens offering panoramic views of the city.

The area's rich history is encapsulated in landmarks such as the Birmingham Back to Backs, preserved 19th-century houses that offer a glimpse into the lives of the working class during the Industrial Revolution. Aston Hall, a magnificent 17th-century mansion, provides insight into Birmingham's aristocratic past, with beautifully restored rooms and picturesque gardens.

Birmingham's canals, once the lifeblood of its industrial might, have been transformed into vibrant leisure and entertainment districts. A walk along the canal paths reveals a different side of the city, with waterside cafes, bars, and restaurants providing a picturesque setting for relaxation and socialising. The Gas Street Basin is a particularly popular spot, offering a mix of historical and contemporary attractions.

For those seeking green spaces, Birmingham does not disappoint. The Birmingham Botanical Gardens offer a tranquil escape with its beautiful landscapes and exotic plants, while Cannon Hill Park, with its boating lake and mini-golf course, is perfect for a family day out. The Lickey Hills Country Park, just a short drive from the city centre, offers stunning views and numerous walking trails, making it a favourite for nature lovers.

The city's thriving music and nightlife scene reflects its diverse and youthful population. From the legendary Symphony Hall, which hosts world-class concerts and performances, to the smaller venues in the Digbeth area, there's always live music to be enjoyed. Digbeth is also the heart of Birmingham's creative and alternative scene, with street art, independent shops, and quirky bars.

Blackburn

Blackburn

Exploring Blackburn, a town located in Lancashire, England, offers a variety of activities and attractions for those interested in delving into its rich history, cultural diversity, and natural beauty. From historical sites and museums to parks and contemporary arts, Blackburn provides a unique blend of experiences for all ages.

Historical and Cultural Exploration

1. Blackburn Cathedral: A stunning example of ecclesiastical architecture, Blackburn Cathedral, officially known as the Cathedral Church of Blackburn Saint Mary the Virgin, stands as a testament to the town's historical and cultural significance. Visitors can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, beautiful stained glass, and the cathedral's impressive organ. The cathedral also hosts concerts and events, adding to its cultural offering.

2. Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery: Housing a rich collection of artifacts, including fine art, decorative art, Egyptology, coins, and a range of historical objects, the Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery is a treasure trove for history buffs and art enthusiasts alike. The museum's collections provide insights into both local and global history, making it a must-visit for those eager to learn.

3. Hoghton Tower: A short drive from Blackburn, Hoghton Tower is a historic house that offers a glimpse into the Elizabethan era. This fortified manor house, situated on a hilltop, offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Guided tours reveal the tower's history, including visits by notable figures such as King James I. The gardens and tearoom make for a perfect afternoon outing.

Natural Beauty and Outdoor Activities

4. Witton Country Park: Covering over 480 acres of woodland, parkland, and farmland, Witton Country Park is an ideal spot for nature lovers and those looking for outdoor activities. With walking trails, play areas, and a visitor centre, the park offers something for everyone. It's a great place for a family day out, with opportunities for picnicking, cycling, and bird watching.

5. Corporation Park: A fine example of a Victorian park, Corporation Park is notable for its conservatory, lakes, and beautifully maintained gardens. The park provides a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the town centre, with ample space for leisurely walks and relaxation.

Contemporary Arts and Community Spaces

6. The Bureau Centre for the Arts: Situated in what was once St John's Church, The Bureau Centre for the Arts is at the heart of Blackburn's contemporary arts scene. Offering a diverse range of workshops, performances, and exhibitions, it's a hub for creativity and community engagement. The centre fosters local talent and invites visitors to experience the vibrant cultural landscape of Blackburn.

7. King George's Hall: A key venue for entertainment in Blackburn, King George's Hall hosts a variety of performances, including concerts, comedy shows, and theatre productions. This historic venue has seen performances by famous artists and continues to be a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.

Culinary Exploration

8. Local Cuisine: Blackburn's culinary scene reflects its diverse cultural heritage. Visitors can enjoy traditional Lancashire hotpot, sample South Asian cuisine, or explore the town's cafes and bistros. The Blackburn Market is a great place to discover local produce and specialty foods.

Blackburn's blend of historical sites, cultural venues, natural beauty, and community-focused spaces offers a comprehensive and enriching experience for visitors. Whether you're interested in delving into the town's past, enjoying its outdoor spaces, engaging with the arts, or sampling its culinary offerings, Blackburn provides a welcoming atmosphere for exploration and discovery. This diverse range of activities ensures that there's something for everyone, making Blackburn a compelling destination for those looking to explore the area.

Braintree

Braintree

Unlike the typical tourist trail marked by checkpoints and hurried visits, Braintree invites you to immerse yourself in its essence, offering a blend of experiences that cater to the curious spirit in search of both tranquillity and adventure.

At the heart of Braintree lies a story of progression, from its origins as a small market town to becoming a hub of textile manufacturing during the medieval period. This historical backdrop sets the stage for a visit, inviting you to delve deeper into the town's past. The Braintree District Museum, though might sound like a conventional choice, is anything but ordinary. Housed in the former Manor Street School building, the museum is not merely a collection of artifacts but a gateway to understanding the town's industrial and social evolution. Its exhibits, which detail the town's involvement in the silk and wool trades, serve not just to educate but to connect visitors with the industrious spirit that shaped Braintree.

Walking through Braintree, the architecture speaks volumes of its history. The town's streets are lined with buildings that tell tales of times gone by, from timber-framed houses that hark back to the medieval era to Victorian buildings that reflect the prosperity of the industrial age. These structures are not just to be viewed but experienced, as many now host independent shops, cafes, and restaurants. This melding of the old with the new adds a vibrant layer to Braintree's appeal, offering a tactile sense of history where the past is lived rather than observed.

Beyond the tangible history, Braintree is a conduit for artistic expression and community spirit. The Braintree Arts Theatre, situated within the Braintree College campus, is a testament to the town's commitment to cultural enrichment. Here, the arts are celebrated in all their forms, from theatre and music to comedy and dance. The theatre's programme is thoughtfully curated, aiming to engage, entertain, and inspire both locals and visitors. It's a place where the arts are accessible, breaking down the barriers that often surround cultural venues, and inviting everyone to partake in the joy of creative expression.

Nature, too, plays a pivotal role in the Braintree experience. The town is enveloped by the Essex countryside, offering an escape to the serenity of nature just a stone's throw from its urban heart. Great Notley Country Park, with its expansive green spaces, walking trails, and the iconic Sky Ropes adventure, offers a blend of relaxation and thrill. It's a reminder of the balance that nature maintains, providing a space for both quiet reflection and active engagement with the natural world.

Braintree’s market tradition, dating back over 800 years, continues to thrive, embodying the town's community spirit. The market, held in the town centre, is a vibrant tableau of local life, offering everything from fresh produce to artisan crafts. It's a place of connection, where the simple act of purchasing goods becomes an exchange of stories and a celebration of local enterprise.

Braintree is a town that doesn’t just offer sites to be seen but experiences to be lived. Its history is not locked away in museums but is a living, breathing aspect of its present. The town’s cultural offerings are not just for show but are a vibrant part of its community life. Its natural spaces are not just scenic backdrops but arenas for adventure and contemplation. Braintree invites you to not just visit, but to connect, engage, and immerse yourself in a town that celebrates its past, lives in the present, and looks forward to the future.

Bristol

Bristol

Embarking on a weekend break to Bristol, a city that straddles the River Avon in the southwest of England, is to dive into a rich tapestry of history, culture, and innovation. This vibrant city, with its blend of historic allure and modern vibrancy, offers an array of experiences that captivate the imagination and stir the soul.

Bristol's maritime history sets a compelling stage for exploration. The city's harbourside, once the heart of Bristol's commerce and trade, has transformed into a dynamic cultural space. Here, the M Shed museum stands as a guardian of Bristol's industrial and social heritage, with exhibits that breathe life into the city's past. The museum's interactive displays invite you to engage with the stories of the people who shaped Bristol, from its early trading days to the present.

A stone's throw away, the SS Great Britain, a marvel of Victorian engineering designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, beckons. Restored to her former glory, this ship offers a vivid glimpse into the age of steam, allowing visitors to wander through her decks and cabins, almost hearing the whispers of passengers who embarked on journeys to distant lands.

Bristol's innovation in transport extends beyond the maritime, with the Clifton Suspension Bridge serving as a testament to Brunel's ingenuity. Spanning the picturesque Avon Gorge, this iconic bridge offers breath taking views and a reminder of the city's pioneering spirit. The visitor centre tells the story of its construction and the challenges overcome to hang this ribbon of iron in the air.

The city's artistic side flourishes in the streets of Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road, known for their vibrant street art, including works by the elusive Banksy. This outdoor gallery reflects Bristol's contemporary heart, showcasing a spectrum of styles and messages that speak to social issues, dreams, and the essence of human creativity.

Bristol is also a city of green spaces and waterways, offering a respite from the urban hustle. Ashton Court Estate, with its vast parkland, deer park, and woodland trails, provides a perfect setting for leisurely walks or bike rides, allowing you to immerse yourself in the tranquillity of nature while enjoying views of the city and beyond.

For those drawn to the world of science and discovery, We The Curious, an interactive science centre located in Millennium Square, offers hands-on exhibits and experiences that ignite curiosity and inspire learning. Its planetarium offers journeys across the cosmos, making science an accessible and engaging adventure for all ages.

Culinary adventurers will find Bristol's food scene a delight, with its array of independent eateries, street food markets, and sustainable dining options. From traditional cream teas to international cuisines, the city's food landscape is a testament to its diversity and creativity.

As night falls, Bristol's cultural scene comes alive with music, theatre, and live performances. The Bristol Old Vic, the oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world, provides a historic backdrop for contemporary productions, blending the old with the new in captivating performances.

A weekend in Bristol, therefore, is not just a break but an immersive journey through time, culture, and innovation. It is a city that invites you to wander its streets, sail its waters, and soar across its bridges, each step a discovery, each view a story. With its rich history, vibrant street art, lush green spaces, and dynamic waterfront, Bristol offers a tapestry of experiences that weave together the past and present into a memorable escape.

Cheltenham

Cheltenham

Set in the heart of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham emerges as a beacon of culture, heritage, and natural beauty, offering an eclectic mix of experiences for the explorer at heart. This regency town, famed for its exquisite architecture and prestigious festivals, holds within its bounds a myriad of opportunities for discovery and adventure.

The essence of Cheltenham is captured in its stunning Regency architecture, a testament to the town's historical opulence and elegance. Walking through its broad avenues lined with intricate ironwork and grandiose buildings, one can't help but feel transported to a bygone era of genteel sophistication. The Promenade, with its array of boutique shops, cafes, and galleries, presents a perfect starting point. Here, the blend of historical charm and contemporary lifestyle invites visitors to meander, shop, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere.

Central to Cheltenham's cultural landscape is the Montpellier district. Characterised by its leafy streets and ornate buildings, Montpellier exudes a unique charm that beckons further exploration. The Montpellier Gardens, a serene retreat amidst the urban landscape, offer a space for relaxation and contemplation, where one can admire the changing seasons and the timeless beauty of nature.

Cheltenham's reputation as a festival town is well-deserved, with its calendar brimming with events that celebrate literature, music, science, and racing. The Cheltenham Literature Festival, one of the oldest and most esteemed literary festivals in the world, attracts authors, thinkers, and readers from across the globe, fostering a community united by a love for the written word. Similarly, the Cheltenham Jazz Festival and the Cheltenham Science Festival offer platforms for innovation, creativity, and discovery, drawing audiences keen on immersing themselves in the arts and sciences.

The Cheltenham Racecourse, renowned for the prestigious Cheltenham Festival, captures the thrill and glamour of National Hunt racing. Beyond the excitement of the races, the racecourse offers breath taking views of the surrounding Cotswolds, making it a picturesque location for experiencing one of Britain's most beloved sports.

The allure of Cheltenham extends beyond its urban confines into the rolling hills and quaint villages of the Cotswolds. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its charming stone cottages, verdant valleys, and historic towns, provides a stunning backdrop for outdoor activities. Whether it's hiking along the Cotswold Way, exploring ancient ruins, or enjoying the tranquillity of the countryside, the Cotswolds offer a peaceful escape and a chance to connect with England's rural heritage.

For those interested in the arts, The Wilson, Cheltenham's Art Gallery & Museum, showcases an impressive collection of fine arts, crafts, and historical artifacts, highlighting the town's cultural richness and artistic achievements. The gallery's exhibitions range from local history to contemporary art, reflecting the diverse interests and talents of the community.

Cheltenham's culinary scene complements its cultural offerings, with a variety of dining options that cater to all tastes. From traditional tea rooms serving scones and clotted cream to international cuisine and gourmet dining, the town's restaurants and cafes provide a taste of Cheltenham's diversity and quality.

Cheltenham is a town that beckons with its elegance, vitality, and charm. It offers a rich tapestry of experiences, from the architectural grandeur and cultural festivities to the natural splendour of the Cotswolds. A visit to Cheltenham is an invitation to explore, celebrate, and immerse oneself in the unique character and beauty of this exceptional corner of England.

Great Reviews

4.5
  • Great break away

    Comfortable stay, had everything we needed. Would stay here again.

    5

    Silvia|1 Dec 2023

  • Cosy and clean

    We got this weekend getaway as a Christmas present and we finally found the time to use it. We booked the in Lincoln and it was a nice place. The room was clean and quiet and we managed to recharge the batteries a bit. No complains except the weather could have been better :)

    4

    Stacey|29 May 2023

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