Win a luxurious overnight stay in the Cotswolds and a pair of annual pass tickets to Blenheim Palace…
Country & Town House is offering one lucky reader and a guest the chance to win a pair of annual pass tickets to visit the Palace State Rooms, Park and Formal Gardens at Blenheim Palace, as well as an overnight break at Minster Mill, the luxury Cotswold hotel situated in the charming village of Minster Lovell.
Home to the Dukes of Marlborough since 1704, Blenheim Palace was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. A true masterpiece of Baroque architecture, the Palace delivers an awe-inspiring experience; explore its gilded State Rooms, priceless collections and experience the beauty and magnificence of this Grade I listed building.
With over 2,000 acres of landscaped Parkland and Formal gardens, there’s always something to discover, whatever the season. The magnificent Formal Gardens and Park also provide a stunning setting for the variety of cultural and sporting events on offer throughout the year.
Perched on the banks of the River Windrush, you’ll find Minster Mill nestled within the heart of the Cotswolds. A glamorous countryside bolthole offering uncompromising luxury, Minster Mill is set within 65 acres of grounds, where magical gardens, lush wild flower meadows and woodland come alive in the summer months, while hearty food, cosy interiors and roaring log fires are the order of the day during the winter.
Set within a 20th Century mill, Minster Mill’s rooms and suites are each individual, with no two bedrooms the same, featuring individually sourced fabrics, contemporary fittings and mid-century furniture, all complemented by fresh and bright en-suite bathrooms. A stylish restaurant serves delicious seasonal British food with a contemporary twist, with the kitchen headed up by 2017 Masterchef semi-finalist, Head Chef Tom Moody. Set in a high gallery overlooking the restaurant, the Mill Bar serves a selection of fine wines and Champagnes, alongside cocktails and craft beers.
Competition closes at midnight on 12th April 2020
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