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Win a luxury break to Exmoor

and discover the beauty of the English countryside

You could enjoy an enchanting two-night stay for two in the Old Rectory Hotel, including an indulgent afternoon tea and a guided walk
Open from 02/03/2020 – 09/04/2020

Few places compare to Exmoor. Whether you want to stroll along its wind-swept coastline, hike across idyllic river valleys or simply relax in a cosy pub, it’s the perfect place to spend quality time with your loved ones, so you’ll want to enter this great competition.

One lucky reader and a friend will win a lavish two-night stay at the Old Rectory Hotel, a quintessentially English country house tucked away in a quiet corner of Exmoor National Park. Not only will you have some of England’s best walks right on your doorstep, but you’ll also be able to sample some of the wonderful, local fare during your two-night stay.

On both days, you’ll receive a hearty breakfast and exquisite four-course dinner. And, you’ll even be treated to one magical afternoon tea, too! What’s more, Wild About Exmoor will also provide a picturesque guided tour, allowing you to explore the cinematic scenery described in RD Blackmore’s classic love story Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor.

In addition to this fantastic prize, there are three runner-up prizes – the winners of which will enjoy a Bradt Travel Guide to Exmoor, the perfect handbook for your next adventure in the national park.

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question and then submit your details below. The deadline is 23:59 on 9th April 2020:

Terms and conditions:
The promoter of this competition is Immediate Media Company London Limited. Closing date for entries is 23:59 on 09/04/2020.

Prize: This prize must be redeemed by 31/10/2020. First prize includes a breakfast and 4-course dinner for both guests each day. Both guests must be over 18. The prize is non-transferable and non-exchangeable.

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