Treat your loved one this Valentine’s Day to a romantic dinner at England’s oldest hotel.
Enjoy canapés on arrival, followed by a sumptuous four-course dinner with coffee and Petits Fours, with an atmosphere of soft music in our candlelit restaurant. The menu is specially prepared for you by our Head Chef and there will surely be food to fall in love with.
The dinner is £35.00 per person, please call the hotel reception team to reserve your table on 01298 22841. Click here to view the menu.
Or why not whisk the special person in your life away and indulge in a romantic getaway from £129.00 per couple. The special package is available on the 14th February 2017 and includes the Valentine’s menu, overnight accommodation in one of individually furnished bedrooms and then in the morning enjoy a full English Breakfast. You could upgrade to one of our Four-Poster bedrooms to make your stay that extra bit special.
The package can be booked on-line via our website or call the hotel on 01298 22841. Click here to book on-line.
The Old Hall is thought to be England’s oldest hotel and was once home to Mary Queen of Scots who famously stayed at the hall under house arrest back in 1500’s. Today the hotel is renowned for its warm hospitality, charming accommodation and for delicious, locally-sourced menu.
Steeped in history and built on the site of a natural warm spring, the Old Hall offers traditional charm, reflected throughout its 38 bedrooms which are all unique in design. Located a stone’s throw from the picturesque Pavilion Gardens which offer beautiful views of the changing seasons, the Old Hall is perfectly located for discovering hidden gems.
The elegant spa town offers something for everyone whatever the weather – see a show at the famous Buxton Opera House, relax at the nearby Devonshire Spa or shop until you drop in the town’s many boutiques. Hunt for vintage treasures in the town’s many thrift shops or simply enjoy a scrumptious afternoon tea at the Old Hall. Pick up a discounted entry ticket from the hotel and visit the historic Chatsworth House or enjoy one of the many winter walks that the Peak District has to offer.