Marriott Hanbury Manor Hotel & Country Club

A Historic Hotel in Ware, Hertfordshire

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Marriott Hanbury Manor Hotel & Country Club, Ware

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This 5-star deluxe Jacobean style mansion was originally built by Edmund Hanbury in 1890. Later, during its 60 years as a convent, a further wing was built and to finally complete the grandeur, a leisure club was added in 1990. Set within 200 acres of Hertfordshire countryside, Hanbury Manor combines luxurious accommodation, exemplary service and award winning cuisine.

It is further complemented by a Championship Golf Course and an excellent Health Spa.

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From: £92.50

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