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Littlecote House Hotel

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Littlecote House Hotel is a superb Grade I listed Tudor mansion in Berkshire. Love, murder, scandal & romance. The history of Littlecote House is packed with drama. Luxury 3 or 4 night short breaks Just for Adults inclusive of dinner, bed & breakfast and great nightly entertainment are available at this hotel. Henry VIII wooed Jane Seymour here, Charles II and William of Orange wined & dined under the very same roof. Now it's your turn to enjoy its sumptuous stately rooms, stunning Great Hall and the walled gardens with herbaceous borders, which burst into life during Spring.

Littlecote combines all this history with the best in modern facilities and activities. The accommodation is of a high standard and can offer you the choice of comfortable, stylish Ambassador accommodation or why not treat yourself to the elegance, splendour and individuality of a Royale room. The price of your break includes the use of the heated indoor swimming pool with spa pool, sauna and steam room and fitness studio. Complimentary indoor activities include snooker, darts and billiards or, outside, bowls, tennis or archery. For a more relaxing way to spend your time, take a walk around the historic formal gardens.

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