Once: Win an Overnight stay and dinner for two at Fishmore Hall In Ludlow

Escape to the Shropshire countryside and sample all the culinary delights that Fishmore Hall has to offer.

The privately owned boutique country house hotel overlooks the charming town of Ludlow providing the perfect setting for a countryside weekend getaway or mid-week break.

What ever your specification Fishmore Hall will do its best to accommodate your needs. Whether you are a keen walker or biker looking to explore the Shropshire countryside, planning a Shropshire wedding or family celebration or would like to host a relaxing, focussed meeting or conference, Fishmore Hall has everything you need. From delicious food and drink to comfortable and luxurious bedrooms and lounge/meeting space.

The hotel has 15 individually styled bedrooms making them as comfortable and luxurious as possible.

Ludlow is a hotspot for food lovers and where better to come to sample the Ludlow delights this summer than Fishmore Hall.

With awards including runner up for the Sunday Lunch at The Observer Food Awards 2009 and Skill Builders Young Chef of Year 2009 what more could you possibly ask for.

All dishes on the menu are made using the finest local produce. Head chef David Jaram ensures all of his dishes reflect the best of what Shropshire has to offer so guests have the chance to sample the true taste of Shropshire.

Fishmore Hall is offering one lucky reader the chance to sample all this first hand with a mid-week dining break for two worth £203. This includes one nights accommodation in an Executive room and dinner for two in the hotels award winning restaurant from the a la carte menu. The prize must be taken between Sunday and Thursday

Simply submit your details to enter

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