A food-lovers break in the Cotswolds
Situated in a picturesque corner of the Cotswolds, the acclaimed four red-star Lords of the Manor is an idyllic country house hotel.
Formerly a 17th-century rectory, the honey-coloured stone house is located in a sylvan setting within eight acres of landscaped grounds. Here you can step away from life’s pressures and simply relax, absorbing the ambience of the postcard perfect village of Upper Slaughter or venturing into the rolling hills of the Cotswolds.
The hotel is smartly appointed and up-to-date in style, yet a sense of elegance pervades, in keeping with the property’s history. Bedrooms are spacious and individually styled.
Food lovers will adore the Michelin-starred hotel restaurant. Ingredients are sourced from top-quality local suppliers, complemented by an impressive selection of wines.
The winner will enjoy a two-night stay for two in the Manor with a three-course à la carte dinner on one evening in the hotel’s restaurant, and a champagne afternoon tea. Full English breakfast is also included.
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or call 01451 820243 and quote ‘Countryfile Magazine’.
To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, answer this question:
The Cotswold Way footpath runs from Bath to which town?
c Chipping Campden
The answer is c. Chipping Campden
1. The time and closing date is 31 August 2010. Entries after that time and date will not be considered.
2. This prize consists of one two-night stay for two at the Lords of the Manor Hotel, a three-course dinner on one evening in the hotel’s restaurant, a champagne afternoon tea and full English breakfast. The prize is offered subject to availability Sunday-Friday evenings, until end of Jan 2011 excluding Christmas and new year, and is based upon two guests sharing a double/twin room.
3. The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative.
4. See our full terms and conditions.