Treat Yourselves to a Spring Break  

A Spring break is an excellent way to recover from those cold winter months and recharge your batteries.

Spring Break

A king bedded room at Cumberland House

With Easter and the two May bank holidays falling within this time, why not take advantage of this offer and treat yourselves to a Spring break at Cumberland House.

This Spring break is based on 2 people sharing and offers you either a king bedded or twin room with beautiful shower room. It includes tea & cake both afternoons 4-6pm and a delicious breakfast each morning 6.45-9.00am.

The Spring break will be for you to enjoy 2 consecutive nights.  If you need additional nights please let us know. 

2 Night Break For 2 People Only £140
Offer valid 1st March to 31st May

 

How to Book your Spring Break

Our Spring break is only available on bookings made directly with Cumberland House either by telephoning 00 1293 825800 or email stay@cumberlandhousegatwick.com.   If you prefer to reserve your rooms online you will see that the price is £90 x 2.  Please book up the rooms at £90 x 2 and we will adjust the price behind the scenes on our reservations system for you.   

Please Note: Reservations made via outside agencies like Booking.com or laterooms.com do not qualify for this special price.

 

Just a little sample of What’s On

Ideal Home Show will take place in London 24th March – 9th April 2017

Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race in London on 2nd April 2017

Prosecco Springs (a 3 day celebration for  Prosecco lovers) in London 12th – 14th May

Chelsea Flower Show will be taking place in London 23rd – 27th May 2017

 

National Trust

If you are already National Trust Members you may know that some of their many properties are open all year.  Their gardens are definitely showing signs of Springtime and is a paradise for gardener lovers.   

Wakehurst National Trust

In the Surrey, Sussex & Kent area you would be able to visit Chartwell (country home of Sir Winston Churchill), Nymans, Wakehurst & Kew, Standen, Sissinghurst, Polesdon Lacey, Ightham Mote and many more.  

There is something for everyone at National Trust. You may like the wander around the garden and see the inspiring flower beds.  You may choose to learn the history of the houses and the elite who lived there.  Or you may feel more energetic and take a 3-5 mile walk around the estates.  Whichever way you like to enjoy your day out at National Trust I can guarantee you will visit the coffee shops for lunch or sandwich.

National Trust Membership is so reasonably priced.  It is such good value.  Clive and I became members last year and we love it. 

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