Celebrate in Suffolk for this years English Tourism Week

Celebrate in Suffolk for this years English Tourism Week

A Suffolk hotel is offering discounted room rates as it promotes staycations in celebration of English Tourism Week this March. 

English Tourism Week, which runs from 30 March – 7 April, is an annual celebration of tourism organised by VisitEngland. It is an opportunity for local businesses, tourism attractions and event organisers to get involved and showcase the quality and breadth of English tourism.

Ufford Park Woodbridge, Hotel, Golf and Spa has put together a Nature and Heritage package to encourage guests to make the most of what Suffolk has to offer.

The hotel is a suitable base for a visit to popular National Trust sites such as Dunwich Heath, as well as other areas of interest. The market town of Woodbridge is just next door and historic castles, including Ed Sheeran’s famous ‘Castle on the Hill’, buildings and villages are only a 10-minute drive away.

The offer includes a discounted stay, breakfast and reduced rates at some of Suffolk’s key attractions. Guests can benefit from 25% off a 4 x 4 Safari at the RSPB’s flagship reserve at Minsmere and 10% discount in the shop at Dunwich Heath at weekends. For only £99 per room, per night, guests are also entitled to complimentary use of the indoor swimming pool and gym as well as a voucher for tea or coffee and cake in The Park Bar.

Ufford Park boasts facilities for all the family, including Congo Rapids Adventure Golf, an indoor swimming pool, spa and treatment rooms as well as an 18-hole, par 71 golf course and two-tier driving range.

The offer runs until Friday 5 April 2019 and the price is based on two people sharing a classic double or twin room. Call the Reservation Team direct on 01394 383555 ext.200 or email reservations@uffordpark.co.uk to book.

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