Win a two-night stay in beautiful Exmoor

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Enter our competition to win a two-night stay at Cross Lane House, an intimate boutique hotel tucked away in picturesque Allerford, ideally located to explore Exmoor and the South West Coast Path.

Nestled within the 12,000-acre National Trust Holnicote Estate within the Exmoor National Park, Cross Lane House is a beautiful Grade II-listed building that showcases many historic and original features, from the centuries-old notches in the walls to the handsome stone replace, dating to 1545.

Cross Lane House has three en-suite bedrooms, all individually and lovingly designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. Soothing colours, cosy textiles and homespun touches such as fresh flowers, books and retro radios make the rooms a real home from home. Breakfast at Cross Lane House is a serious affair!

Freshly brewed coffee and tea, fruit, homemade granola, pastries and a hot breakfast set you up for a day of exploring.The cosy bar, although small in size, is big in West Country character. It serves a range of local spirits, ales, locally crafted cider, cocktails and a selection of wine. The prize includes a bottle of wine and a West Country cheeseboard for two. Cross Lane House is in an exceptional location for exploring Exmoor.

Idyllic Allerford has a blacksmith’s forge and a packhorse bridge. Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor’s highest point, and Selworthy Beacon are nearby, while the medieval village of Dunster – a must-see – is just 10 minutes away.

Terms and conditions:

Closing date for entries is 12pm GMT 18 July 2022. The prize is for two people sharing a room and is subject to availability. The prize must be taken by 30 April 2023, excluding weeks with UK bank holidays, Christmas, New Year’s, Valentine’s, and Easter weekend. Travel, meals, drinks and extras other than those featured in the prize are not included. Over-18s only. The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative.

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