Romantic four star luxury escape from £117 per person
Romance runs deep through the history of Wivenhoe House
200 years ago, landscape artist John Constable immortalised Wivenhoe House on canvas in his painting “Wivenhoe Park,”
Constable’s breathtaking creation was a true labour of love. Paid 100 guineas by Major-General Francis Rebow ,then owner of Wivenhoe House for the painting, he used the money to prove his financial stability to the family of Maria Bicknell, the love of his life. He left Wivenhoe House on 19 September, marrying Maria on 2 October.
You can still tread in Constable’s footsteps today and admire the lake and landscape, very much as he saw them in 1816 on your own romantic escape.
This package includes:
Prosecco, chocolate covered strawberries and rose petals in your room on arrival
An overnight stay in a deluxe room
Relaxing bath salts for a soothing soak in one of our deep baths
a fabulous three course dinner for two in our award winning brasserie
Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs served to you in bed
The Reynolds Room
Our brasserie menus are available for viewing on our dining page.
Speak to our reception team to upgrade your room to one of our luxury suites to make your night extra special.
Terms and conditions
Rate based on 2 people sharing a double Executive or Deluxe bedroom; other room types available at a supplement; £30 per person allocation towards dinner; subject to availability; certain dates are excluded.