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BLISS! A weekend without the kids..anyone rec a romantic country retreat?

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tiredemma · 10/09/2003 09:14

my lovely partner is treating me to a weekend away before i go back to work. I fancy a romantic break kind of thing with roaring log fires and a big comfy bed so i can catch up on some much needed sleep. any suggestions greatly appreciated, i quite fancy the cotswolds, never been there but it looks so pretty.
two whole nights without a ten week old waking me! i feel quite weak at the knees!!

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doormat · 10/09/2003 09:17

Lucky you, can you fit me in your suitcaseonly messing.
I wish I could help you but never been on a romantic weekend.
Wherever you go hope you have a lovely time

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SamboM · 10/09/2003 10:50

The Dial House Hotel at Bourton on the Water is nice, not to expensive but make sure you ask for a big room. Not flash but good food and nice ambience. Beautiful gardens too.

www.dialhousehotel.com

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SamboM · 10/09/2003 10:53

btw it's worth taking the all inclusive with dinner price as the menu is pretty expensive.

Hope you have a lovely time wherever you go.

I am looking for a hotel (can't remember the name) that dh & I stayed at a few years ago that had log fire and victorian rolltop bath in the room! Again it wasn't particularly flash but had a good restaurant.

Of course there is always Babington House!

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candy · 10/09/2003 20:24

The Alveston Manor in Startford Upon Avon is lovely and v near lots of nice countryside. Theatre trip too as an added incentive!

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tealady · 10/09/2003 22:06

This is lovely - lots of roaring fires and 4 posters - Dh and I here stayed 1 night - v.romantic but also v. expensive...

Manor House Hotel Castle Coombe

Castle Coombe is lovely - it was voted best village in England or something - Bath is nearby if you get bored.

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