Best UK Black Friday Deals 2024
At Easthampstead Park, Berkshire
Black Friday and Cyber Monday is the perfect time of the year to treat yourself or your loved ones while enjoying significant savings.
That's why we aim to curate some of the best Black Friday Hotel Deals in Berkshire here at Easthampstead Park!
Stay tuned for incredible offers heading your way in 2024.
Black Friday Deals In Berkshire
Experience the pinnacle of luxury and treat yourself to an unforgettable experience with our exclusive Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers at Easthampstead Park Hotel.
Nestled amidst lush Berkshire countryside, our charming Victorian mansion house is the ideal backdrop for your getaway.
Whether it's a treat for yourself or a fantastic Christmas gift for a loved one, this experience is sure to delight!
Keep an eye out for offers coming your way in 2024 and make the most of our Black Friday UK Hotel Deals.
When is Black Friday 2024?
Black Friday falls on November 29, 2024, in the UK. It's a date to mark on your calendar for fantastic deals and savings.
When is Cyber Monday 2024?
Cyber Monday falls on December 2, 2024, in the UK, offering another opportunity for incredible online deals and discounts.
AMAZING BLACK FRIDAY HOTEL DEALS IN THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND
In addition to Easthampstead Park's offers we as a group have some other fantastic sister properties where you can enjoy superb Black Friday Hotel Deals in the South of England.
Gorse Hill, Surrey
A luxurious Edwardian mansion steeped in history, surrounded by lovely gardens and woodlands in the charming English countryside.
Villiers Hotel, Buckinghamshire
A charming 18th-century coaching inn hotel located in the heart of the historic Buckingham town.
History of Black Friday
Black Friday is a special day when you can find amazing deals on many things, both online and in stores. These deals often continue until Cyber Monday and even longer.
The term "Black Friday" is believed to have come about in 1869 when Jay Gould and Jim Fisk made the stock market crash by driving up the price of gold.
Police in Philadelphia in the 1950s and 1960s started using "Black Friday" to talk about the day between Thanksgiving and a big football game. This day brought a lot of tourists and shoppers, and the police had a tough time keeping everything in order.
It wasn't until the late 1980s that people started to link the term "Black Friday" with shopping. Retailers came up with a new meaning for the name, which was related to how accountants used red ink for bad earnings and black ink for good earnings to show if a company was making good money.
Eventually, Black Friday became the day when stores finally made a profit. And since then it has evolved into a whole season of shopping and has inspired more shopping holidays like Cyber Monday.
To find out more on this topic check out our article "Why Is It Called Black Friday?".