Enter our latest competition to win a two-night stay, including dinner, in a Palladian mansion near Bath
Located near the historic city of Bath, Lucknam Park is a stunning Palladian mansion dating from 1720. Set in 500 acres of listed parkland and beautiful gardens, Lucknam Park, a member of the Pride of Britain Hotels collection of 50 luxury hotels, has been lovingly restored to the elegance and style of a bygone era.
Arriving at the hotel, you could be forgiven for imagining you’d slipped into the pages of a Jane Austen novel. A mile-long avenue of beech and lime trees leads the way to the columned entrance of the refined honey-stone manor, one of England’s finest hotels. The grand Regency-style interiors make a stay here a treat, and Lucknam Park also boasts two tempting dining options – Michelin-starred Restaurant Hywel Jones and the more casual Brasserie for all-day dining, while the sunny terrace makes a scenic spot for afternoon tea in fine weather.
One lucky winner and their guest will win a two-night stay in one of Lucknam Park’s
43 individually designed rooms, which are sumptuous, stylish and dotted with antiques. The prize also includes a lavish breakfast each morning and dinner one evening. You could while away your time relaxing in the comfort of your room or strolling the grounds, but the hotel has further delights in store: book an energising massage at the award-winning spa, hone your tennis or croquet skills, or take a lesson at the equestrian centre, home to 35 glossy horses. There’s plenty to entice you beyond the hotel’s grounds too: explore historic Bath, see Stonehenge, or take a scenic driving tour of the Cotswolds.
Terms and conditions:
Closing date for entries is 12pm GMT 17 January 2022. The prize is for two people sharing a double or twin en-suite room and is subject to availability. The prize is valid for 6 months, excluding weeks with UK bank holidays, Valentine’s and Easter weekend. Travel, meals, drinks and extras other than those featured in the prize are not included. The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative.
To enter, simply answer the question below: