A Georgian getaway in a Shropshire country house

Wednesday, 12 January 2011 1:48 PM

Banish the New Year blues with a weekend break to Fishmore Hall, a boutique Georgian hotel in the Shropshire countryside. All visitors before the end of March can get buy one get one free offers, making a couple’s break even more affordable.

Fishmore Hall is an intimate, but informal destination, boasting 15 individually styled rooms with luxuriously comfortable beds, as well as a roll-top baths in many suites.

Furthermore, the hotel has its own 2 AA Rosette rated restaurant, which offers a choice of menus, from a la carte dining to a three-course set menu and a seven-course Shropshire-themed tasting menu.

Enjoy peace and privacy in the great English countryside and pay for just one of you on a couple’s break before March 31 as part of the buy one get on free offer, meaning you can get a two-night stay for just £75 per person, including breakfast.

For more information about this deal, visit: www.fishmorehall.co.uk

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