Escape to the charming Cotswolds with a stay at The Kings Hotel in Chipping Campden, and enjoy a day out at the nearby 18th century Blenheim Palace too…
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If you’re looking for a great British getaway, our competition offers you a refreshing mid-week escape to the Cotswolds, complete with accommodation, fine dining and a day trip. This beautiful pocket of Britain, which comprises parts of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Somerset and Worcestershire, has been designated an Area of Natural Beauty and there’s no better way to discover the art and antiques industry that thrives here than on a short break.
Lucky winners will enjoy a luxurious two-night stay at The Kings Hotel in the heart of the market town of Chipping Campden, which is surrounded by glorious countryside. The 18th-century town house hotel has rooms both in the main house and in the cottage in the garden – all individually decorated to guarantee a unique experience. The lucky winner will enjoy dinner on one evening in the traditional, beamed restaurant, which serves up modern British cuisine and offers guests a cosy welcoming backdrop. You can also sample the outstanding Cotswold breakfast, which has earned them the AA Eggcup Breakfast Award.
The winner will also get to enjoy a day out at the nearby 18th-century Blenheim Palace. This beautiful Baroque palace is the only non-royal and non-episcopal stately home in England with the right to be called a palace. It is well known as the birthplace and home of Sir Winston Churchill and is the seat of the 11th Duke of Marlborough. The grand palace sits proudly in 2,000 acres of beautiful landscaped park and formal gardens designed by ‘Capability’ Brown and offers an awe-inspiring experience
The palace has a jam-packed events calendar, including the Blenheim Palace Literary Festival and the International Horse Trials, as well as a delightful range of dining experiences.
To read our full feature on the Cotswolds see the July/August issue of BRITAIN magazine, on sale in the UK on 6 June and in the US on 11 July.