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Have You Tried Our Two Night Weekend Package Deal?

Two Night Weekend Package

Two Night Weekend Package

If you’re familiar with us here at the Marygreen Manor, you’ll know only too well that we like to offer a few promotions and special deals every now and then. We know life can be tough and what’s more, to escape it, even for just a couple of nights can feel all too expensive. With our latest deal however, we’ve made it so much more affordable, it’ll be almost impossible to turn it down.

At our Tudor manor house, we’re offering a fabulous two night weekend package deal in which you get to enjoy a two night stay here with us, the well deserved break you’ve been waiting for. The two nights will be spent in our Deluxe Garden Room beginning on the Saturday evening. Not only will be you be lucky enough to enjoy the high-end feel of our deluxe garden rooms but you’ll also get to enjoy a three course meal in our Tudor restaurant, from our Du Jour Menu. Whilst most hotels would stop at just the one meal, we’ve decided to offer another fabulous meal to enjoy on the Sunday evening, only this time you’ll get to sample the delights of our Lounge Menu, with a food allowance of £45. Yet again, you’d be forgiven for thinking that was it. Saturday and Sunday nights in our deluxe garden rooms with a meal on both nights in our fabulous restaurant but it doesn’t end there. To finish it off perfectly, we’re also offering you our Late Lazy Check-Out which means you don’t have to leave your room until 12:30pm on Monday afternoon.

Quite simply, what could be better? Well, not the price that’s for sure as all of this is now available for just £213. We think you’ll agree when we say this is just too good an offer to pass up. For more information, call 01277 225252 or jump online today.


Enjoy Hayman’s Gin Tasting Dinner At The Marygreen Manor


We like to do something different once in a while and while champagne does have a certain je ne sais quoi, it’s been done many a time. It’s for this reason alone that we decided to bring a Gin Tasting evening to the Marygreen Manor Hotel and Restaurant on March 18th, but not just any old gin, oh no. The Marygreen Manor will be hosting a Gin Tasting Evening with Hayman’s, the oldest gin distilling family in England with an award winning collection of gins. With a fantastic menu, including a gin infused vinaigrette salad, a gin cured salmon fillet as well as a gin and tonic sorbet; it’s a no brainer. With an array of different gins to try, as well as food from one of the finest kitchens in Essex, we suggest calling now to book in order to avoid disappointment.

For those who have found themselves intrigued but don’t feel they know enough, here’s a little information on one of our favourite spirits to get you up to speed and ready to enjoy some of the finest gin in the country:

  1. It’s got a bit of a fuzzy definition – unlike other spirits; the definition of gin is a little vague. While requisites for other spirits are quite cut and dry i.e. process, location, it’s not the case with gin. Gin is defined simply by flavour, which should predominantly be juniper, and while this one guideline exists, it’s entirely subjective too.
  2. Why gins taste different – in line with it’s somewhat fuzzy definition, the process to create gin is enormously diverse. While gin must have a taste of juniper, the distillers it’s created in are free to add any number of botanicals to achieve their targeted taste such as citrus, nuts and spices.
  3. It was once used to battle Malaria – sailors that once ventured into the Malaria-ridden tropics were given something called quinine. Quinine was found in tonic water and was used to help ward off the parasite but it tasted incredibly bitter. One way to make it taste better was to add gin. As you can imagine, the gin and tonic mix was much more palatable.

Think you’d like to enjoy an evening dedicated to the wonderful drink that is gin? Then contact 01277 225252 or email At just £49.50 per person, it’s too good to miss.

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