Malmesbury, The Cotswolds
Available throughout May, five-star Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa is offering a two-night Fit for a Kingbreak, allowing guests to stay, dine and relax like royals with a specially developed afternoon tea menu and new indulgent spa treatment, plus dinner at Michelin-starred restaurant, The Dining Room.
Arrive to a bottle of Gusbourne English Sparkling Wine and spend an afternoon in quintessential British fashion, with a collection of sandwiches, savouries and sweet treats served with a choice of three new cocktails specially devised for the occasion: marmalade martini-inspired The Paddington,Dubonnet-based The Victoria and Earl Grey-infused The King’s Cross.
The indulgence continues with a Gold & Caviar Body Treatment, starting with a full body exfoliation to revitalise and renew skin, a Gold and Caviar Anti-Ageing Wrap is then applied, followed by an application of velvet-like golden gel for moisturisation. To finish, a 23 Carat Gold and Caviar Body Oil envelops the skin to keep it nourished and luminous.
By night, dine at The Dining Room, the hotel’s renowned Michelin-starred restaurant overseen by celebrated chef Ricki Wilson. The restaurant serves innovative takes on classic British dishes, designed to evoke a sense of nostalgia in diners and expertly paired with specially selected wines.
The Fit for a King Break costs from £1,418 (£709pp; two sharing), including two nights’ accommodation, Royal Afternoon Tea, dinner in The Dining Room, Cold & Caviar spa treatment, bottle of Gusbourne English Sparkling Wine on arrival, use of the spa facilities throughout and daily breakfast. Available from 3 May – 3 June from £1,418 (£709pp; two sharing). Visit www.whatleymanor.com.