C&TH readers are being offered the chance to win an overnight stay in Tylney Hall’s newly refurbished State Suite – complete with personal butler…
Located in the Hampshire countryside, Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens boasts the longest interrupted view in the whole county. The stunning vistas begin as you enter the property, winding down through the tree-lined avenue to the mansion house, with its grand entrance, glittering fountain and ornate Grade II listed building. Once home to aristocratic gold magnates and with gardens designed by notable garden architect and designer Gertrude Jekyll, there is a real sense of grandeur at Tylney Hall.
The lucky winner will get the chance to stay in the hotel’s most lavish bedroom, the State Suite, formerly the private apartment of the hotel’s owner Thomas Muggleston. With over 700sqft of space, a luxurious roll-top bath, dressing room and an outside balcony with panoramic countryside views, it’s the perfect place to unwind. A stay in the State Suite also comes complete with your very own personal butler, who will be on hand to help with your every need.
The prize includes dinner one night in the elegant Oak Room Restaurant, and breakfast on both mornings. During their stay, guests can relax at the hotel’s Health Suite, which has both heated outdoor and an indoor pool, a well-equipped gym, tennis courts and spa facilities including saunas and treatment rooms.
Find out more at tylneyhall.co.uk
Competition closes on 2nd December 2018
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