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Win A Cotswolds Spa Break with Classic British Hotels

Posted 21.03.19  - Culture

Win a luxury two-night getaway for two adults in the Cotswolds, plus the Weekend Collection look in our latest collaboration with Classic British Hotels.



We have teamed up with the esteemed Classic British Hotels to offer two people a luxury stay at the Hatherley Manor Hotel & Spa, located in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds.



A 17th Century manor set amidst a 37-acre parkland estate, Hatherley Manor Hotel & Spa is surrounded by mature gardens, beautiful views and an orchard – in the heart of the rolling Gloucestershire countryside. Steeped in history, the site itself stretches back to the time of Edward the Confessor, who ruled between 1042-1066.



The winners will receive a two night stay in a one-of-a-kind superior feature room, prosecco on arrival and spa access. Enjoy a two-course lunch in the spa cafe on one day, and two nights’ dinner at the AA-Rosette-awarded Dewinton Restaurant. You will always have the opportunity to have a 25-minute spa treatment per guest in addition to complimentary use of the 4-bubble-rated thermal suite and wet spa. To top it all off, we are giving one shirt, tie and pocket square per couple, from the Weekend Collection.



To enter, simply visit the competition page, here.



The Weekend Collection is available in-store and online.


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