Visit the spectacular Westonbirt Arboretum, just 2 miles from our front door.
See the world famous collection of trees and shrubs.
We have teamed up with Westonbirt to offer you this fantastic package so you can enjoy the wonders of Westonbirt!

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Westonbirt is an historic, Victorian picturesque landscape and an internationally important tree and shrub collection. It is managed by the Forestry Commission and supported by the Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum.

The 16,000 trees (3,000 different specimens) come from Britain, China, North America, Japan, Chile and other temperate climates. Throughout the year Westonbirt’s trees, shrubs and wildflowers put on a spectacular show of shapes, patterns and colours.

Although well worth a visit at any time of year, Autumn is the most spectacular and starts with a bang with one of the best natural fireworks displays in Britain. The famous Japanese maples in particular are ablaze in reds, oranges and yellows.

Stay at The Snooty for 2 nights and receive accommodation in a Classic or Superior Room, Full English Breakfast both mornings, 3 Course Dinner each evening plus free entry to Westonbirt Arboretum on one day of your stay with a picnic to take with you! This offer is only valid from April to the end of November.

From £74 per person per night

Call 01666 502436 or click here to book online

Terms - Subject to availability. Prices include VAT. Rooms booked on this package are payable on booking, this is then non-refundable and non changeable. Prices are based on 2 people sharing accommodation. 


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