Royal Oak is pleased to offer our members special rates and discounts on select hotels in the U.K.

Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is a five-star haven of elegance and tranquillity just minutes from the heritage city of Bath. The experienced and professional hotel team aims to exceed guest expectations with every interaction.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is ‘so much more than a hotel’, it’s a destination filled with heritage, perfectly combined with relaxed, elegant service and attention to detail. Experience all that the hotel has to offer including the charm and beauty of its secluded one acre of gardens, or spend some time exploring Bath & beyond.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is situated in the centre of one of the world’s most splendid 18th century architectural masterpieces. 90-minutes direct from London Paddington train station, a 20-minute drive from the M4 Motorway (J18). The hotel is less than two hours from Heathrow Airport.

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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

Stay four nights or more at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa and enjoy one night free. The offer is available Sunday – Thursday and is subject to availability excluding Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Easter and Bank Holidays. The offer is valid on the room category of Heritage and above. In order to take advantage of your membership discount at the hotel, please contact the membership office at Royal Oak at 212- 212-480-2889 x205
 

Location:

16 Royal Crescent, Bath, BA1 2LS United Kingdom

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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

Historic House Hotels

Historic House Hotels was founded in 1979 to acquire and rescue run-down country houses, restore and convert them into historically accurate, yet contemporary hotels. In 2008, they were given to the National Trust in order to ensure their long-term protection. All hotel profits are donated to the charity.

The Three Historic House Hotels of the National Trust are each at least 300 years old, and their restoration and conversion into country house hotels has been carried out to historically accurate standards. The houses are set in majestic grounds and gardens and offer private luxurious accommodation, fine dining in award-winning Restaurants, health and fitness Spas to relax and unwind in, and each is ideally situated for visits to the neighboring National Trust properties.

Fourteen years ago Bodysgallen Hall, Middlethorpe Hall and Hartwell House (long leasehold from the Ernest Cook Trust) became part of the National Trust by donation, to ensure that the houses and their settings are kept safe forever and maintained to their present high standards.

Historic House Hotels of the National Trust is delighted to provide Royal Oak members with the following exclusive benefits at all of the three hotels, subject to availability:

  • 20% discount on all published ‘room and breakfast’ tariffs
  • 10% discount on all published seasonal breaks
  • Complimentary bottle of house wine at dinner
  • Heritage Circle Members – Complimentary upgrade from room category reserved

Discounts and upgrades are subject to availability, and exclude Christmas, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Easter, and at Middlethorpe Hall, Race Days at York.

Reservations must be pre-booked and made directly with the hotel of your choice over the phone or via email (not via the online reservation/booking platform) and are not available in conjunction with any other available offer.
Please quote HHHROF when booking to receive this special discount.

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Bodysgallen Hall & Spa

Bodysgallen Hall & Spa - Room

Bodysgallen Hall has gradually evolved over the centuries from modest hamlet to a large and comfortable country house, surrounded by one of the finest Arts and Crafts gardens in Wales.
 

Location:

Llandudno, North Wales LL30 1RS

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Bodysgallen Hall & Spa - Room

Middlethorpe Hall & Spa

The Oak Room at Middlethorpe Hall

Middlethorpe Hall is a perfect William and Mary country house built in 1699-1701 of beautifully laid mellow red brick with limestone dressing and panelled interiors of excellent joinery.
 

Location:

Bishopthorpe Road York Y023 2GB England

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The Oak Room at Middlethorpe Hall

Hartwell House & Spa

Hartwell House & Spa - Kings Room

Hartwell House has a remarkable history: its most famous resident was Louis XVIII, exiled King of France, for five years from 1809. In 1938 the house and estate were acquired by Ernest Cook, an early hero of the conservation movement.
 

Location:

Oxford Road Near Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17 8NR England

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Hartwell House & Spa - Kings Room

Captions, from top to bottom:  Bodysgallen Hall & Spa – Room  ◆  The Oak Room at Middlethorpe Hall  ◆  Hartwell House & Spa – Kings Room