Downton Abbey may be off our screens but you can live the country house dream without the drama thanks to today’s Big Deal on a dinner, bed and breakfast stay at the four star Grange Manor.
Set in landscaped gardens (ideal for an appetite-building stroll), Grange Manor has the look and feel of a country house hotel but is only a short drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow and just minutes from Falkirk, Stirling and West Lothian.
Originally the factor’s house for the Earl of Zetland’s estates, Grange Manor was built in the late 19th century and its elaborate cornicing and exquisite wooden staircases speak of more lavish times.
Today’s Big Deal is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay in either an Executive or Family Room. There is also the option to upgrade to an Executive Suite for £30.
Whether in an Executive Room within the main building or a Family Room, located in the hotel annexe, all 36 en-suite rooms are well equipped with the amenities you would expect as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout.
Three course dinner
As well as a full Scottish breakfast in the morning, the Big Deal also includes a delicious 3 course dinner in one of the hotel’s two dining rooms.
Whether you dine in Wallace’s or Le Chardon, you can count on a great meal – everything is cooked from scratch by Grange Manor’s top notch kitchen brigade.
We think this Big Deal would be brilliant for a getaway break but, given the hotel’s location, it would also be useful for anyone visiting Edinburgh, especially with the Festival coming up.
This is what one happy guest had to say on TripAdvisor:
‘Great value, fabulous staff, lovely rooms… what more do you want? We had three rooms for up to eight people, even with the extra bed, the rooms were still spacious. Staff were a delight and nothing was too much effort for them. We liked the food, especially the cooked breakfast!
The grounds were immaculate, such beautiful gardens. This is a great value weekend break hotel and an inexpensive alternative to Edinburgh hotels given the excellent train timetables for any tourists heading for the capital.’