A seasonal gift from The Priory Inn

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A seasonal gift from The Priory Inn

The Priory Inn, Tetbury - the family friendly hotel and restaurant in the heart of the Cotswolds, is guaranteeing sunny smiles in the build-up to Christmas and throughout the bleak month of January by offering a 3-course dinner on the house to all its hotel guests who pay the full Bed and Breakfast rate!

Tanya Kelly, hotel director and co-owner says “It is too easy to be lured into hibernation at this time of year – writing January off to recover from the onslaught of relatives and the evils of the Quality Street tin. However, those who love good wholesome food, quiet countryside and have an eye for a bargain will find our pre-Christmas and New Year offer hard to resist: a free three-course dinner made from delicious local, seasonal food – next to a massive walk-around fireplace; a night or two away in this creamy Cotswold stone market town and with it, the chance to blast the Winter blues away by enjoying the simple pleasures of life – clear frosty morning walks along country lanes, through the most beautiful forestry this country has to offer, and across open fields.

“When you pay the full bed and breakfast rate, you can also enjoy: a three-course dinner from our unrestricted menu on the house; and a great local breakfast the next day to set you up for discovering the delights of the world-famous Cotswolds.”

The Winter “Dinner on the House” offer at The Priory Inn costs £99.00 per room per night between Sunday and Thursday. On Friday and Saturday nights, the cost of bed and breakfast with dinner thrown in is £119.00 per room per night – that is just £59.50 per person!

The family-friendly Priory Inn is the ever-popular heart of the charming market town of Tetbury in The Cotswolds. It has been operating a “30 Mile Food Zone” for over a year which demonstrates its unwavering commitment to serving local food and drink from farms, producers and suppliers within a 30 mile radius of Tetbury. The very best seasonal Cotswolds produce is cooked expertly – but simply – and does not cost the earth! The house wine is served in hand-thrown pichets from a nearby pottery.

The restaurant has gained a strong following for live acoustic music every Sunday night and gourmet pizzas fresh from the wood-fired oven. The restaurant is welcoming to all members of the family, with a special children’s menu, highchairs, a toy box and colouring to keep any fidgets busy! Monitors work from bedrooms to the ground floor, so parents staying at the hotel can relax over dinner safe in the knowledge that their little ones are tucked up in bed – or babysitters can be arranged.

The management team behind The Priory has years of hospitality experience between them, working in and launching high profile hotel and restaurant establishments in New York, London and Hertfordshire.

The Priory Inn is situated in Tetbury, a beautiful market town in the heart of the Cotswolds which is one of the most important antiques centres in the UK. It is 2 miles from the Royal home of Highgrove. The hotel has 14 ensuite contemporary bedrooms.

Posted : 02/12/2009 20:23:17

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