£49 for a two-night break for two, including full English breakfasts and a complimentary bottle of wine, at The Lord Nelson Hotel in Telford, worth up to £125 – save up to 61%

Now Lord Nelson may bring to mind tales of terrible sea battles, smoke, fire and assorted marine high-jinks, but whilst the star of today’s kgbdeal may be named after that noble English sea-dog, you’ll find an altogether more relaxing experience in this delightfully restored, grade-II listed hotel. Discover warm and welcoming hospitality in a beautiful old building situated in stunning Shropshire!

For just £49 you and a loved one can enjoy a lovely Shropshire getaway at The Lord Nelson hotel. Featuring a tasty breakfast each morning and a complimentary bottle of wine, this fantastic hotel package makes the perfect base to explore Telford, Iron Bridge and a host of other local attractions. Discover the hidden treasures found in this charming area at a discount of up to 61% when you take advantage of today’s kgbdeal!

about The lord Nelson Hotel
The Lord Nelson Hotel is a converted Grade II listed house set in the centre of the market town of Wellington. It offers a restaurant, bar/lounge and free Wi-Fi. The modern shopping centre of Telford, with its large variety of shops, is just 10 minutes’ away. The Lord Nelson provides free parking, whilst Wellington Railway Station is a 5-minute walk away. Decorated in natural tones, the rooms all come with an en suite bathroom.

Price Comparison
We will always endeavour to bring you the best retail price available. At time of publication, 12:30 on the 20/06/2012, these hotel rooms could be booked for the following dates at the following prices:

Based on a two-night stay in a double room starting on 2nd July 2012:

LateRooms.com – £90

Based on a two-night stay in a double room starting on 13th July 2012:

LateRooms.com – £90

Lord of the Rings Extended Edition £ 34.99 @ Tesco Entertainment (using code)

Use code 5OFF30 to get this price (thanks Andy)

Next best price is £ 39.95 at Zavvi / The Hut

Plus 8% quidco worth £ 2.80 and CC points too

One of the most magical, intensely spectacular epic adventures in film history comes alive with these extended editions of The Lord of the Rings trilogy on Blu-ray boasting unsurpassed high definition picture and sound. Sound + Vision magazine ranked the 2010 release in their top five Blu-rays of the Year noting that it was one of only two releases to earn five stars for sound and calling it “breathtaking.” Now see and hear the extended trilogy at home the way it was meant to be seen, on Blu-ray Hi-Def.

Based on the length of each extended edition feature film and in order to present each film in the highest possible picture quality, each film is presented on two Blu-ray discs.

Special Features:

The set boasts more than 26 hours of additional content, highlighted by the rare behind-the-scenes documentaries created by Costa Botes, the filmmaker given unprecedented access to the set of each production by Peter Jackson. Costa Botes was able to capture raw and riveting behind-the-scenes film footage. His unique approach to storytelling–allowing the footage to speak for itself–results in an intimate and candid backstage pass to the challenges, preparations and camaraderie that went into shooting the timeless trilogy.

The feature-length documentaries, with more than four and a half hours of footage, focus on a number of complexities and circumstances that tested the filmmakers, cast and crew during the shoot, as well as a look at some of the comical antics and personal moments on the set. The Costa Botes documentaries accompany acclaimed special features by Michael Pellerin from the original extended cut releases to make this the most comprehensive The Lord of the Rings compilation ever.

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy – The Extended Edition includes a new transfer of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, which was remastered from the original 2k digital files, and it all comes in multi-disc elite packaging inside a premium rigid slipcase.

Lord of the Rings Extended Edition £ 34.99 @ Tesco Entertainment (using code)

Lord Of The Rings online – Free to play @ Steam

In The Lord of the Rings Online™, join the world’s greatest fellowship of players in the award-winning online re-creation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s legendary Middle-earth. From the crumbling, shadowed ruins of Weathertop to the ageless, golden wood of Lothlórien, immerse yourself in Middle-earth as you have never seen it before.

Lord Of The Rings online – Free to play @ Steam

Lord of the Rings Box Set Blu-ray – £12.95 @ Zavvi

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy tells the story of Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood), a hobbit who battles against the Dark Lord Sauron to save his world, Middle-earth, from the grip of evil. In the films, Frodo and his fellowship of friends and allies embark on a desperate journey to rid Middle-earth of the source of Sauron’s greatest strength, the One Ring – a ring that has the power to enslave the inhabitants of Middle-earth. The trilogy tells tales of extraordinary adventures across the treacherous landscape of Middle-earth and reveals how the power of friendship, love and courage can hold the forces of darkness at bay. Beside Wood, the films star Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett, John Rhys-Davies, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Orlando Bloom, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, featuring Sean Bean, and Ian Holm, with Andy Serkis as Gollum. The films also star Marton Csokas, Craig Parker and Lawrence Makaoare.

In this first part of the Trilogy, the young hobbit Frodo Baggins inherits a ring; but this ring is no mere trinket. It is the One Ring, an instrument of absolute power that could allow Sauron, the dark Lord of Mordor, to rule Middle-earth and enslave its peoples. Frodo, together with a Fellowship that includes his loyal hobbit friends, humans, a wizard, a dwarf and an elf, must take the One Ring across Middle-earth to Mount Doom, where it first was forged, and destroy it forever. Such a journey means venturing deep into territory manned by Sauron, where he is amassing his army of Orcs. And it is not only external evils that the Fellowship must combat, but also internal dissension and the corrupting influence of the One Ring itself. The course of future history is entwined with the fate of the Fellowship. The film won four Oscars for Best Visual Effects, Cinematography, Makeup and Original Score.

Lord of the Rings Box Set Blu-ray – £12.95 @ Zavvi

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