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Treat our NHS

Luxury Family Hotels is pledging to open its hotels exclusively to NHS workers and their families post lockdown as a very special thank you for their hard work and commitment throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.

The hotel group is promising a total of up to 150 parents and their children a free overnight stay in all of its five hotels as part of its support for the #treatourNHS initiative. Stays will also include complimentary breakfast for families and access to all the hotels’ facilities including OFSTED registered crèches (in line with the latest Government advice).

The #treatourNHS initiative, created by Sarah Bowman, owner of The Hayloft in Devon, is seeing accommodation owners across the UK pledge stays in hotels, eco lodges and cottages to NHS workers.

Simon Maguire, MD of Luxury Family Hotels, said: “Our ethos is all about making time for the little things, so as a way of saying thank you to the heroes working on the frontline, we will be offering NHS staff the opportunity of spending quality time with their family and loved ones which they might not have been able to do throughout the lockdown period. “

Luxury Family Hotels will be offering a complimentary overnight stay on a B&B basis for up to 75 NHS families across its five hotels*. That will equate to 15 rooms per hotel available on the night before they re-open to the public (dates are yet to be confirmed in line with Government guidelines).

Participating hotels will include:

  • The Ickworth in Suffolk;
  • Woolley Grange in Bradford on Avon;
  • Moonfleet Manor in Dorset;
  • New Park Manor in the New Forest;
  • Fowey Hall Hotel in Cornwall.

Further details will be released once there is a clear date for re-opening on Luxury Family Hotels’ social media with a link through to a landing page on the Luxury Family Hotels' website with more details on the booking process and conditions.

Families will be selected on a first come, first served basis, cementing Luxury Family Hotels' corporate social responsibility efforts.

Final conditions for NHS workers and their immediate family to be confirmed at a later date but will include a valid NHS Identity Card which will need to be shown upon arrival.