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Known by many as the 'Rural Capital of Food', we think it's high time to see what all the fuss is about with today's Wowcher deal...
Today we're offering you a two-night break for two including a three-course meal and breakfast for just £119, saving you up to 45% off Scalford Hall's price of up to £218.
Boasting sweeping grounds and an abundance of lush greenery, it’s hard to believe Scalford Hall is based only three miles from the buzzing market town of Melton Mowbray. Upon arrival at the luxury country house you’ll be shown to your elegantly furnished double or twin room complete with LCD TV, Wi-Fi, hospitality tray and extremely comfortable bed. On your first night you’ll be treated to a three-course meal from the hotel's ever-changing gourmet à la carte menu - why not click here to have your taste buds tickled by a sample menu? As if that wasn’t enough you’ll also get a full breakfast each morning, perfect for setting you up for whatever excitement your day has in store.
The hotel’s proximity to the picturesque market town of Melton Mowbray is ideal if you want to leave the comfort of your room (or the exclusive gym if you're feeling active!) to explore. Visit the Melton Carnegie Museum for an interactive history of the town, wander the streets in search of a pint at any one of the boutique pubs or stop off at the family-run Regal cinema to catch a movie. You can also arrange an abundance of activities from clay pigeon shooting to helicopter flights through the hotel. So what are you waiting for?
The deal can also entitle you to a Wowcher Wallet Credit. Click here for more info.
Don't just take our word for it, see what people are saying on Trip Advisor:
Reviewed: 28 February 2013
Liz N, Welling
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