A Weekend Break at Mercure Haydock Hotel

I went for a weekend break and decided to try somewhere different by staying at the Mercure Haydock Hotel. I took my camera, some outfits and products to shoot and a bag full of my hotel essentials.
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When you work from your home, I think it's nice to get out and work in a different scene. Therefore, when I was asked if I would like to review the Mercure Hotel, I jumped at the opportunity. This is a Georgian mansion style hotel build around a central courtyard and surrounded by beautiful grounds. 

I stayed in the Hereford Suite (which if you follow me on Instagram you would have seen my 5 star room tour), it was a beautiful room which included a separate lounge area, spacious bathroom with two sinks, a shower and jacuzzi bath with a flat screen TV.  There was also a complementary Nespresso machine and a fridge filled with a selection of drinks. Luckily, I brought my Mum with me as the room was too big to stay in on my own. The rooms are decorated with horse racing prints as the hotel is located right near the Haydock Parks racecourse, it's ideal if you're heading to the races.
During the day I used the area to take some blog photo's because it was the perfect location. And in the evening I ate at the hotel restaurant - it was delicious! I tried their olive bread starter, gnocci for my main and cheesecake for dessert. The hotel also do an in-room dinner service as well as breakfast in bed. However, we decided to go downstairs to enjoy their choices.
I really enjoyed taking the weekend to relax and stay in such a lovely hotel. I would absolutely love to stay at the Mercure Hotel's in the future. It was welcoming and the staff there were super helpful and friendly.

*My stay was complimentary with Mercure Hotel, but all views and opinions were my own.

laurie-elle x
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