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Short UK Stay with Complimentary Breakfast

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Short UK Stay with Complimentary Breakfast


One Night Break

For 2 People

Two Night Break

For 2 People
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Free Exchanges

30 Day Refund

Valid for 12 Months

The Highlights

  • Escape for a short stay
  • 1 night stays available Sunday - Friday
  • 2 night stays available 7 days a week (subject to availability)
  • Food serving pubs
  • Bar in all hotels
  • Double or twin rooms
  • Complimentary cooked breakfast, with continental breakfast bar
  • Vegetarian & vegan menu options available
  • Exchangeable Experience Gift

19 Locations To Choose From

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  • Abingdon
  • Alderley Edge
  • Basingstoke
  • Burton-on-Trent
  • Camberley
  • Chalfont Saint Giles
  • Coventry
  • Dudley
  • Gateshead
  • Gerrards Cross
  • Guisborough
  • Harlow
  • Kenilworth
  • Kings Langley
  • Ripon
  • Solihull
  • Todwick
  • Virginia Water
  • Ware

The Main Event

Escape the hustle and bustle of daily life with a loved one during an idyllic short stay in the UK.

Enjoy a range of selected wines, cask ales and craft beers. Sample the hotel’s menu of comforting pub classics and delicious seasonal dishes in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere before retiring to a cosy double or twin room for a great night’s sleep.

Wake to a lovingly-cooked breakfast, with a complimentary continental breakfast bar, each morning of your stay.

Important Bits

Important to Note

Properties in the below locations are not valid for bookings in June, July & August: Guisborough, Ripon (North Yorkshire)

Breakfast is included with this stay.

Any other food and drink options are available at an additional cost during your stay. 

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


One night stays are available Sunday - Friday

Two Night Stays are available 7 days a week ( subject to availability )

Check-in is from 14.00 with departure by 11.00 the following day (or last day if a 2 night break).

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


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.


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)

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



Abingdon, a charming town located in Oxfordshire, England, boasts a rich tapestry of history and culture, making it a delightful destination for a weekend getaway. As one of the oldest towns in Britain, it offers visitors a plethora of activities and sights that cater to varied interests, from history enthusiasts to nature lovers and everyone in between.

Upon arriving in Abingdon, the town's vibrant history immediately becomes apparent. The Abbey Buildings, remnants of Abingdon Abbey, stand as a testament to the town's medieval past. These ancient structures, which have weathered the passage of time, now serve as a fascinating attraction for visitors. Exploring these buildings, you're transported back centuries, imagining the lives of those who once walked these halls.

Not far from the Abbey Buildings, the Abingdon County Hall Museum presents another opportunity for immersion into the local heritage. Housed in a stunning 17th-century building, the museum showcases the town's history through engaging exhibits. It's an enlightening experience that paints a vivid picture of Abingdon through the ages, from its early beginnings to the present day.

For those who appreciate the great outdoors, the Thames Path offers an inviting opportunity to explore the natural beauty surrounding Abingdon. This national trail, which follows the River Thames, provides a serene setting for a leisurely walk or a refreshing bike ride. The path meanders through picturesque landscapes, offering splendid views of the river and the countryside. Along the way, you'll find charming pubs and cafes, perfect for a leisurely lunch or a relaxing drink while soaking up the scenic surroundings.

The Abingdon Market Place, at the heart of the town, is a hub of activity, especially on market days. The traditional market, with its array of stalls selling everything from fresh produce to handmade crafts, is a vibrant part of town life. It's a place where visitors can mingle with locals, sample regional delicacies, and find unique souvenirs to take home. The atmosphere here is lively and welcoming, reflecting the community spirit of Abingdon.

For those interested in the arts, the Abingdon Guildhall provides a cultural fix. This historic venue hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including theatre productions, concerts, and exhibitions. Whether you're in the mood for a dramatic play, a classical music concert, or an art display, the Guildhall is likely to have something that piques your interest.

Another must-visit is the Abingdon Lock, a picturesque spot by the River Thames. It's a peaceful place to while away an afternoon, watching boats navigate the lock or simply enjoying the tranquillity of the river. The nearby paths and green spaces are ideal for a picnic or a gentle stroll, offering moments of relaxation amidst the beauty of nature.

In addition to these attractions, Abingdon is home to a number of delightful restaurants and pubs, each offering a taste of local cuisine and hospitality. From traditional English fare to international dishes, the dining options in Abingdon cater to a wide range of palates. Dining in these establishments not only satisfies the appetite but also provides a warm and convivial atmosphere that is characteristic of the town.

A weekend in Abingdon is an opportunity to step away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and immerse oneself in the charm and history of this enchanting town. With its blend of historical sites, natural beauty, and cultural experiences, Abingdon offers something for everyone, making it an ideal destination for a memorable weekend away.

Alderley Edge

Alderley Edge

Alderley Edge, a village renowned for its affluence and natural beauty, set in the countryside of Cheshire, England, offers an idyllic escape for those seeking a blend of outdoor adventures, historical exploration, and culinary delights during a weekend visit. This picturesque locale, with its verdant landscapes and fascinating legends, presents an array of activities that cater to a diverse range of interests, making it an attractive destination for both relaxation and exploration.

The village's most famous natural attraction, the Alderley Edge escarpment, offers panoramic views across the Cheshire Plain to the Peak District. According to local lore, this area is home to the Wizard of Alderley Edge, a legend that has captured the imagination of visitors for generations. Walking along the sandstone ridge, adventurers can delve into a world where myth and nature intertwine, discovering various points of interest that bring the story to life. The National Trust maintains several walking trails around the Edge, providing an excellent opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to explore the area's natural beauty and its storied past.

Beyond the mystical allure of its landscapes, Alderley Edge boasts a vibrant village centre, where luxury and tradition converge. The high street is lined with designer boutiques, art galleries, and antique shops, offering a shopping experience that combines high-end retail with unique finds. The village's affluence is reflected in the quality and diversity of its retail offerings, making it a perfect spot for those looking to indulge in a bit of retail therapy.

Culinary experiences in Alderley Edge are as varied and sophisticated as the village itself. From quaint cafés serving up homemade delicacies to elegant restaurants offering fine dining experiences, the village caters to all tastes and preferences. Many establishments pride themselves on using locally sourced ingredients, providing a taste of the region's best produce. The local pubs, with their warm and inviting atmospheres, offer a more traditional dining experience, allowing visitors to sample classic British fare while enjoying the charm of Alderley Edge's hospitality.

For history buffs, Alderley Edge and its surroundings are steeped in history, from ancient Bronze Age burial mounds to the stately homes and gardens of the Cheshire countryside. A short drive from the village, visitors can explore historical landmarks such as Tatton Park and Lyme Park, both of which offer insights into the region's heritage through their preserved architecture and landscaped gardens.

The village is also a gateway to exploring the wider Cheshire area, with its network of picturesque villages, historic towns, and scenic waterways. Cycling and hiking enthusiasts will find plenty of trails that lead through the lush countryside, offering opportunities to discover the natural beauty and rural charm of the region.

Culturally, Alderley Edge has a lively events calendar, with seasonal festivals, markets, and community events that reflect the village's close-knit community and its penchant for celebrating local culture and traditions. These events provide a delightful glimpse into the village's social fabric, offering visitors a chance to engage with locals and experience the vibrancy of village life.

Alderley Edge presents a compelling mix of natural beauty, history, luxury, and community spirit. Its enchanting landscapes, rich folklore, upscale amenities, and strategic location make it a perfect destination for a weekend getaway. Whether you're drawn to the allure of the countryside, the charm of village life, or the pleasure of culinary exploration, Alderley Edge promises a memorable escape from the mundane, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in its unique blend of attractions.



Basingstoke, a town that perfectly marries modernity with rich historical roots in the heart of Hampshire, invites visitors for a weekend filled with diverse experiences. From its contemporary shopping centres to the tranquillity of its surrounding countryside, Basingstoke serves as a dynamic backdrop for all kinds of adventurers, history enthusiasts, families, and culture seekers alike.

The heart of Basingstoke beats strongest at The Malls and Festival Place, where retail therapy takes on a new dimension. Unlike the typical shopping experience, Basingstoke's retail hubs offer a vibrant mix of high street and designer brands alongside a variety of dining options and entertainment facilities, including a cinema and bowling alley. This modern shopping environment stands in contrast with the town's older parts, where the charm of the past is palpable, offering a comprehensive experience that caters to all tastes.

For those intrigued by Basingstoke's historical tapestry, the town does not disappoint. Milestones Museum is a gateway to the past, an indoor Victorian street where history comes alive through interactive displays and collections of vintage vehicles, recreating Hampshire's bygone eras. It’s an engaging way to understand the local heritage and see how daily life has evolved over centuries.

The great outdoors beckons just beyond the town centre, where the natural beauty of Hampshire unfolds. Basingstoke is encircled by picturesque villages and scenic walking paths, including the Basingstoke Canal. This restored waterway offers peaceful walks and boat trips, providing a serene escape from the urban environment and a chance to connect with nature. Similarly, Eastrop Park, with its boating lake, tree trail, and play areas, offers a green sanctuary within the town itself, ideal for leisurely strolls, picnics, and family fun.

Basingstoke’s cultural scene is vibrant and diverse, with The Anvil and The Haymarket theatres at its core. These venues host a range of performances, from concerts and ballets to comedy shows and theatrical productions, showcasing local and national talent. The diversity of the programming ensures that there's something to suit all cultural palates, making it a staple part of a weekend visit.

Not far from the town, the historical homes and gardens of Hampshire offer a glimpse into England's aristocratic past. Highclere Castle, famous as the filming location for "Downton Abbey," and Jane Austen's House Museum, are both within easy reach, providing fascinating day trips for those looking to explore the rich history and literature of the region.

Culinary enthusiasts will find Basingstoke a delightful place to explore new flavours and traditional English cuisine. The town boasts a range of restaurants, cafes, and pubs, each offering distinct dining experiences. From farm-to-table eateries highlighting local produce to international cuisine that caters to a global palate, Basingstoke's culinary landscape is as diverse as its population.

As the weekend unfolds, Basingstoke reveals itself not just as a destination, but as a starting point for exploring the broader treasures of Hampshire. Its strategic location makes it an ideal base for venturing into the South Downs National Park or the historic cities of Winchester and Salisbury, each with its unique attractions and timeless English charm.

In essence, Basingstoke offers a multifaceted weekend getaway that bridges the gap between the past and present, nature and urbanity, relaxation and adventure. Whether drawn by the allure of history, the call of the countryside, or the buzz of modern life, visitors leave with a richer understanding of what makes this town and its surroundings a noteworthy destination in the heart of Hampshire.



Burton-on-Trent, a town situated in the heart of England, is renowned for its rich brewing heritage, captivating history, and scenic beauty, making it an ideal destination for a weekend getaway. This Staffordshire town offers a unique blend of cultural, historical, and natural attractions that cater to a wide array of interests, from beer enthusiasts and history buffs to nature lovers and families.

At the core of Burton-on-Trent’s identity is its brewing industry, a tradition that dates back centuries and has profoundly shaped the town's development and character. A visit to Burton is incomplete without exploring its brewing heritage, and there's no better place to start than the National Brewery Centre. Here, visitors can embark on a journey through the history of brewing, from ancient methods to modern production techniques. The Centre not only educates guests on the brewing process but also offers a chance to sample some of the finest ales, providing a sensory appreciation for Burton’s most famous export.

But Burton-on-Trent's appeal extends far beyond its brewing legacy. The town is steeped in history, with landmarks and architecture that narrate stories from its past. St Modwen's Church, located in the market place, is a site of significant historical and architectural interest. Its beautiful stained glass and imposing structure offer a peaceful retreat and a chance to reflect on the town's spiritual heritage. Similarly, the Burton Bridge, spanning the River Trent, serves as a reminder of the town’s strategic importance and offers picturesque views, making it a favourite spot for photographers and romantic strolls.

For those seeking to immerse themselves in nature, the Washlands provide a green oasis in the heart of the town. This network of parks and wildlife areas along the banks of the River Trent is perfect for leisurely walks, cycling, and bird watching. The Washlands feature a variety of habitats, including meadows, woodlands, and wetlands, each supporting diverse flora and fauna. It's a place where visitors can escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and find tranquillity in nature's embrace.

Cultural enthusiasts will find Burton-on-Trent's arts and entertainment offerings equally compelling. The Brewhouse Arts Centre, a cornerstone of the town's cultural landscape, hosts a wide range of performances, workshops, and exhibitions. From live music and theatre to art shows and community events, the Centre is a hub of creativity and inspiration, reflecting the vibrant spirit of Burton's residents.

For those interested in exploring the town’s culinary scene, Burton-on-Trent does not disappoint. The town boasts an array of dining options that reflect its diverse community. Visitors can enjoy traditional British pubs, offering hearty meals and, of course, a selection of local ales. Meanwhile, international restaurants serve dishes from around the world, catering to a variety of tastes and dietary preferences. The town's cafes and tea rooms offer a more relaxed setting, perfect for afternoon tea or a light lunch while soaking up the local atmosphere.

Venturing beyond the town centre, visitors can explore the surrounding Staffordshire countryside, which offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities. Nearby attractions such as the National Forest and Branston Water Park provide the perfect backdrop for hiking, biking, and wildlife observation, allowing visitors to appreciate the natural beauty of the Midlands.

Chalfont Saint Giles

Chalfont Saint Giles

Chalfont Saint Giles, nestled in the picturesque Buckinghamshire countryside, embodies the quintessential English village charm that attracts visitors yearning for a tranquil escape combined with cultural richness. Renowned for its historical buildings, literary connections, and scenic beauty, this village offers a serene yet engaging weekend retreat for those looking to immerse themselves in the heart of England's heritage and nature.

As you wander through Chalfont Saint Giles, the village's historical tapestry unfolds, beginning with the iconic Milton's Cottage. This 16th-century timber-framed house, once the refuge of the poet John Milton during the plague of London, now serves as a museum dedicated to his work and life. Exploring Milton's Cottage offers a unique glimpse into the 17th century, with its well-preserved interiors and a garden that reflects the poet's appreciation for nature, providing a tangible connection to England's literary past.

Beyond its literary significance, Chalfont Saint Giles captivates with its architectural beauty and historical depth. The village church, dating back to the 12th century, stands as a testament to the enduring nature of English ecclesiastical architecture, inviting visitors to reflect on the layers of history that have shaped this community. The churchyard, with its ancient graves and sweeping views of the countryside, offers moments of quiet contemplation amidst the verdant landscape.

The village itself exudes an timeless charm, with its traditional high street lined with independent shops, cafes, and pubs. These local establishments not only serve as gathering places for the community but also offer visitors a taste of local life, from artisanal crafts to delightful culinary experiences. The Crown Inn, a historic pub, provides a warm welcome with its traditional English fare and selection of local ales, allowing guests to savour the flavours of Buckinghamshire in a cosy setting.

Chalfont Saint Giles is also a gateway to the great outdoors, with its proximity to the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The surrounding countryside offers a network of footpaths and bridleways that lead through rolling hills, ancient woodlands, and past traditional English farms and hamlets. Walking, cycling, or horseback riding along these routes provides a refreshing connection to nature and a chance to witness the rural beauty of Buckinghamshire first hand.

For those interested in horticulture and natural beauty, the nearby gardens and estates offer further exploration. Seasonal displays, historical landscapes, and tranquil garden spaces are open for visitors, showcasing the best of English garden design and offering a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Culturally, Chalfont Saint Giles does not stand still. The village hosts a variety of events throughout the year, from traditional fêtes and markets to arts and literary festivals, reflecting the vibrant community spirit and cultural heritage of the area. These events provide an excellent opportunity for visitors to engage with locals, experience the customs of the village, and enjoy entertainment ranging from live music to theatrical performances.

Chalfont Saint Giles represents the idyllic English countryside experience, combining historical depth, cultural richness, and natural beauty. Its allure lies not just in its picturesque setting or its literary connections, but in the warmth of its community and the variety of experiences it offers. Whether drawn by the desire to explore England's past, enjoy the tranquillity of its countryside, or immerse oneself in local culture, Chalfont Saint Giles promises a weekend escape that leaves visitors enchanted and enriched by the timeless charm of this Buckinghamshire village.



Dudley lies in the heart of the Black Country in the West Midlands. Offering a unique blend of historical sites, natural beauty, and modern attractions, Dudley makes for an intriguing weekend destination. Its legacy as a centre of the industrial revolution is still visible today, not just in the architecture and museums, but in the spirit of innovation and resilience that characterizes the town.

A visit to Dudley is incomplete without exploring the Black Country Living Museum, an open-air museum that brings to life the region's industrial past. Here, visitors can step back in time to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum is a living history of the Black Country, showcasing traditional crafts, coal mining, and metalworking. With its costumed characters and reconstructed historical buildings, the museum offers an immersive glimpse into the lives of those who shaped the industrial landscape of Britain.

Dudley Castle, perched atop a limestone hill, is another highlight, offering panoramic views of the surrounding area. This historic fortress dates back to the 11th century and has a storied past, encompassing tales of nobility, sieges, and paranormal activity. The castle grounds also host the Dudley Zoological Gardens, home to a collection of endangered species from around the globe, set among the ruins and landscaped gardens. The zoo provides an enjoyable and educational experience for all ages, emphasizing conservation and the protection of biodiversity.

Nature enthusiasts will find solace in the Saltwells Local Nature Reserve, one of the largest urban nature reserves in the UK. This green oasis, with its ancient woodlands, meadows, and the unique environment of the former saltworks, offers a tranquil retreat from urban life. The reserve's walking paths invite visitors to explore its diverse habitats and wildlife, offering a peaceful contrast to the industrial heritage of the area.

For those interested in art and culture, the Dudley Museum at the Archives offers a journey through the town's history, from its geological roots to its role in the industrial revolution, and its rich artistic heritage. The museum's collections include fine art, social history, and geology, reflecting the multifaceted story of Dudley and its people.

The town centre, with its blend of traditional markets and modern shopping centres, offers a variety of shopping experiences. Dudley's market has been the heart of the town for centuries, providing a place to shop for fresh local produce, crafts, and other goods. Meanwhile, the nearby Merry Hill Shopping Centre offers a modern retail experience with a wide range of high-street and designer brands.

Dining in Dudley reflects the town's cultural diversity, with a plethora of options ranging from traditional British pubs serving hearty meals to restaurants offering international cuisine. The culinary scene provides a taste of the world, with Indian, Italian, and Asian restaurants standing alongside local bistros and cafes.

The town's canal network, once a lifeline for its industries, now serves as a leisure resource, offering picturesque walks and boat trips. The Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust operates guided tours through the town's historic canal tunnels, offering insights into their construction and use, as well as the unique underground ecosystems they support.

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