£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.
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
Use code 5OFF30 to get this price (thanks Andy)
Plus 8% quidco worth £ 2.80 and CC points too
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