Enter our latest competition to win a two-night stay within the stately surrounds of Derbyshire’s Chatsworth Estate
Chatsworth House is the jewel in the crown of the Peak District, and there’s nowhere better to stay than at the Cavendish Hotel, a historic 18th-century coaching inn owned by the Duke of Devonshire, in an enviable location on the Chatsworth Estate. The great house itself, a treasure trove of art surrounded by world-renowned gardens, is a mere 20-minute cross-country stroll away.
This fine hotel also provides an ideal base for discovering the Peak District. One lucky winner and their guest will win a luxury two-night stay at this very special hotel, staying in one of the Superior rooms and enjoying a three-course evening meal with a bottle of wine in three AA Rosette restaurant The Gallery on one night. Local, fresh, seasonal produce takes centre stage here, and Head Chef Adam Harper (runner up for the covetable Roux Scholarship, 2019) is a master of the culinary arts.
Our winner will enjoy an ambience that’s peaceful yet polished, with an experienced team overseeing their every need. All of the bedrooms offer generous proportions and sumptuous country-house decor, overseen by the Duchess herself along with her interior designer, and enhanced by modern amenities, from Bluetooth speakers to cosy underfloor heating.
After a full traditional breakfast, why not explore your scenic surroundings? Chatsworth itself, perhaps England’s best-known stately home, is renowned for the quality of its art, landscape and hospitality. Its 105-acre garden is a product of nearly 500 years of careful cultivation and expertise, and is famous for its forward-thinking design, captivating
features and important sculptures.
Terms and conditions
Closing date for entries is 12pm GMT 22 November 2021. The prize is for two guests sharing a double or twin room, and is non-transferable. Dates are subject to availability, excluding Saturdays, Bank Holidays, Christmas and New Year. The prize must be redeemed by 31 March 2022. Full terms and conditions here.