You can experience Lunch, Afternoon Tea or Dinner at the Petwood and receive 50% off (up to £10 per head) as part of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Valid every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 - 31 August, the discount is automatically applied on food and soft drinks up to £10 per head. Pre-booking is required and there is no minimum spend. The discount is not valid on alcoholic drinks or for guests who are not eating or drinking, takeaway meals or food and drink as part of a wider accommodation service (e.g. breakfast).
We look forward to welcoming you.
Terms & Conditions
Sales that are eligible
The discount can be applied to food and/or non-alcoholic drinks purchased for immediate consumption on the premises, up to a maximum discount of £10 per diner (inclusive of VAT).
There is no minimum spend requirement.
The discount cannot be applied to the following items:
• alcoholic drinks
• tobacco products
• food or drink that is to be consumed off premises
• food or drink that is sold as part of a private party, event or function taking place within the hotel
We can only offer the discount on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. If a customer only orders a non-alcoholic drink, we can still apply the discount. The scheme discount applies to food or non-alcoholic drink for dining in.
Regulations for a Hotel with a Restaurant or Catering Facilities
We can use the scheme for food and drink sold for immediate consumption in the bar and restaurant premises. This does not include food and drink that is purchased as part of a room package; such as Bed and Breakfast, or a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast Package or through Room Service.
We cannot apply the scheme discount to food and drink that is sold as part of a private party, event or function.
What counts as a 'diner'?
A diner is any person, adult or child, for whom food or drink is being purchased for consumption on premises. A diner does not need to be the paying customer.
Where there is more than one diner on a single bill, the cap does not need to be calculated for each individual diner based on their specific orders. Instead, the discount that is applied to the overall bill should be capped at the number of diners multiplied by £10.