May You Enjoy This Bank Holiday Weekend All The More Here At The Marygreen

a spooky image of Marygreen late at night

The Marygreen Manor at dusk

The bank holiday weekend might only be a few zzz’s away but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to make it one to remember.

 

Brentwood, Essex is most certainly a town of excitement. With a bustling high street just a two minute cab ride away that’s filled to the brim with bars and restaurants, not to mention its famous countryside views and hidden gems in the form of real country pubs, it’s fast become a place to be “ticked off the list”. So why not make this bank holiday weekend the time to do it? But if Brentwood isn’t somewhere you’re looking to explore then why not jump on a train from Brentwood Station and head straight into the city for some real adventure and fun? The possibilities truly are endless when you’re exploring the wonders of the concrete jungle that is London.

 

It’s worth remembering however that the bank holiday weekend isn’t called a holiday for no reason. It’s not just time away from the grind, away from the nine to five that stops you doing so many things. It’s also a holiday from the chores that take up so much precious family time; time that could be better spent getting to know that special someone again or perhaps just enjoying some real quality family time and there really is no better place to do it than here at The Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant.

 

This bank holiday weekend, we’re offering you the chance to enjoy the luxury of our ‘country house’ style deluxe rooms and suites along with the most exquisite fine dining experience in Essex here in our very own award winning Tudor Restaurant. For just £99 you could enjoy dinner, bed and breakfast here in the beautifully landscaped heaven that is Marygreen Manor.

 

So what are you waiting for? Call now to book the last few spaces left available on the 22nd and 24th May and make this bank holiday weekend exactly what it should be…fun, free and full of frolics.

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