Stay at Swinfen Hall this October and help to £10,000 for the National Memorial Arboretum

Monday October 3 2016

To mark the opening of the National Memorial Arboretum’s new Remembrance Centre on the 21st October 2016, Swinfen Hall has pledged to make a £25 donation for every bedroom booked by guests visiting the Arboretum.

The new Remembrance Centre has taken 2 years to build and has been made possible thanks to the generous support of The Royal British Legion, Staffordshire County Council, the Heritage Lottery Fund and many private supporters. Featuring a new, hands-on interactive exhibition: Landscapes of Life, two exhibition galleries, a beautiful cloistered courtyard with garden, new restaurant and shop, it provides the perfect start to your visit to the Arboretum.

Swinfen Hall is the only AA Inspector’s choice hotel in Staffordshire and is delighted to be the Arboretum’s new Accommodation Partner. The 18th century Manor House can be found two miles South of Lichfield, an easy ten-minute drive from the NMA. The AA three-rosette restaurant sources venison, lamb, fruit and vegetables from the 100-acre estate while the lovingly restored Hall provides a beautiful backdrop.

A warm welcome, award-winning dining and a luxurious bedroom provides the perfect ending to your day at the Arboretum.

To ensure your room is logged for donation, you must book your room directly with the hotel by telephoning reception on 01543 481494 and quoting NMA DONATION.