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Whitworth Hall Hotel
Whitworth Hall Country Park
Brancepeth

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We have 29 bedrooms luxuriously appointed with each room design being different, providing a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere.

We also have 4 Premier rooms which have either a 4 poster bed or a whirlpool bath and these can be booked at a supplement.

All our rooms are complete with:
En Suite Bathroom
Free Wifi Internet Connection
Direct Dial Telephone
Television
Trouser Press Hair Dryer
Iron & Ironing Board
Hospitality Tray

Why not make your stay with us extra special and have any of the following in your room ready for your arrival:
Chocolates £15
Flowers £20
Champagne £30

Some of our bedrooms overlook the deer park and offer exceptional views of the local countryside.

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Special Offers

LUXURY BREAK
only £99.00
The above price includes Bed & Breakfast with a £25.00 per person allowance from our al a carte menu
Deluxe and Premier rooms available at a suppplement

In order to get this very special offer the full balance is due at the time
of booking

Offers posted Wed 11th Sep 2013

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