Sunday, 4 December 2011

Popinjay Hotel and Spa stay for 2, with Dinner, Drinks & Breakfast for only £49.00

Overnight stay for TWO at the Iconic Popinjay Hotel and Spa including Full Scottish Breakfast. PLUS £40 to spend on ANY Food and Drink in the Award Winning Perch Bar & Bistro, The Dalserf Restaurant or in the Bar and Lounge. PLUS Full use of the Spa. Normally £125.00, yours for only £49.00

This charming hotel overlooks the River Clyde in the beautiful Clyde Valley and it is a favourite haunt of many celebrated Stars of Stage and Screen, Pitch and Paper. You will enjoy some of the best freshly sourced and prepared food in the West. Our own Tam Cowan highly favours the Bistro with a 23/25 Rating. The Spa with its relaxing sauna, jacuzzi and pool is an ideal place to chill out, even the robes and slippers are provided.



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  • Overnight Stay for 2 Including Traditional Full Scottish Breakfast.
  • Includes £40 to spend on ANY Food and Drink in the Perch Bar & Bistro, The Dalserf Restaurant, or in the Bar and Lounge. All food at the Popinjay is prepared with the finest fresh locally sourced produce.
  • Full access to the Spa, an inviting swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and state of the art gymnasium.
  • Extended expiry to 30th of April 2012. Ideal gift for Xmas or any other occasion.
  • This Stylish Boutique Hotel is Ideally Located in the Beautiful Clyde Valley.
  • Daily Record Food Critic Tam Cowan gave The Perch Bistro 23 out of 25, and said "arguably the best fish and chips I've ever eaten". Read below for Tam Cowan's full review.
      Today's Great Deal is at:

      Popinjay Hotel
      Clyde Valley
      ML8 5QB
      01555 860441

      Midnight, Sunday 4th December

      Your Great Deal voucher will be valid from the 4th December 2011 till the 30th April 2012.

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