Win a four-night break in the West Country @ Period Homes and Interiors

Richardson Hotels is a collection of five superb seafront properties, ideally located in Devon and Cornwall, with fine dining and, at some, spa and pool facilities. Courtesy of Richardson Hotels, we’re giving one PH&I reader the chance to win a break for two at any one of its hotels. Our winner and their guest will enjoy four nights’ accommodation, with a three-course dinner each evening, full West Country breakfast each morning and a spa treatment each* (please note, spa treatments are not available at the Fowey Hotel).

The winner will be able to choose any one of the five hotels, including: the 132-bedroom 4-star Grand Hotel in Torquay (above), with a prime seafront location; the 47-bedroom 4-star Grosvenor Hotel in Torquay (right), which has recently been refurbished; the 71-bedroom 3-star Falmouth Hotel, with fantastic sea views and five acres of landscaped gardens; the historic 4-star Fowey Hotel, with 37 individually-decorated en-suite bedrooms; or the hugely popular 58-bedroom 4-star Metropole Hotel (below left), which overlooks the famous harbour town of Padstow and stunning Camel Estuary.

As well as this, all readers have the opportunity to save 20%** on the best available rates for a wonderful autumn or winter break in the West Country at any Richardson Hotel. This will give you as much as £57.20 off the cost of two nights’ dinner, bed and breakfast this September at The Grosvenor – based on two sharing an inland double. Plus, during the school holidays in 2014, kids go free at the Falmouth Hotel and The Grosvenor.

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