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Win a two night luxury Easter break in the Cotswolds

PUBLISHED: 11:02 11 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:02 11 March 2019

Margaret of Anjou suite Photo: Mark Bolton Photography

Margaret of Anjou suite Photo: Mark Bolton Photography

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This luxurious Cotswolds hotel offers a two-night stay for one lucky reader plus a guest

Tewkesbury Park Hotel Photo: Mark Bolton PhotographyTewkesbury Park Hotel Photo: Mark Bolton Photography

Tewkesbury Park, located in 163 acres of majestic parkland, commands stunning views of the Cotswolds and provides the perfect ingredients for a relaxing and indulgent break.

An impressive 18-hole, par 72 parkland golf course, provides a challenging game for the experienced golfer. Not so nifty with a set of clubs? Don’t worry; there’s a nine-hole academy course, putting green, practice range and two resident golf professionals on hand to get you started. Besides the golf, leisure facilities include a fully-equipped health club with a gym; indoor swimming pool; outdoor hot tub; squash and tennis courts and two spa rooms. Tewkesbury Park’s stunning setting is also perfect for a country walk, allowing you to take in the rural landscape and spectacular views of the Cotswolds and beyond.

The hotel recently completed an extensive three-year renovation costing £10 million, with the addition of nine individually-designed historic suites, two spa rooms, an orangery, a cocktail lounge and the Cotswolds Suite, plus its latest addition, Mint, a brand-new restaurant!

The modern elegant Lobby area Photo: Mark Bolton PhotographyThe modern elegant Lobby area Photo: Mark Bolton Photography

As well as the beautiful Cotswolds to explore, on the hotel’s doorstep is the historic town of Tewkesbury – home to the stunning Tewkesbury Abbey. An eclectic mix of vintage and antique shops and traditional tea rooms, along with medieval buildings and secret alleyways make this an excellent weekend break destination. And for guests looking for an Easter break, Tewkesbury Park has all the time-honoured traditions that make Easter special. An Easter ‘Breakaway’ Experience, valid from 13th to 27th April, includes: Two nights’ accommodation; daily Cotswolds breakfast; seasonal, locally-sourced three-course dinner each evening; Easter cake buffet and refreshments on both days. Prices start from £354.60 in a Just Right Room based on double occupancy, up to £766.80 for an Opulence Suite.

Tewkesbury Park is only five minutes’ drive from M5 junction nine and within easy reach of Cheltenham, Worcester, Birmingham and Bristol.

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For your chance to win a two night stay including daily Cotswolds breakfast, two three course evening meals and one massage (per room) answer the following question correctly:

Tewkesbury is located at a junction of two rivers. What is the name of one of the rivers?

1. The River Avon

2. The River Trent

3. The River Severn

The winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date of 25th March 2019. The editor’s decision is final.

Send your answer on a postcard with full contact details including your email address and mobile number to: Derbyshire Tewkesbury Park Competition, Archant, The Barn, Elms Farm, Hobb Lane, Daresbury, WA4 5LS. Alternatively submit your answer via our online form. Terms and conditions: For full Archant terms and conditions and opt-in, please visit our website. Unless you have chosen to receive other information from us, Archant Community Media Limited and Tewkesbury Park will solely use the data you provide for the purpose of running the competition, including contacting winners and the distribution of any prize. Prize details: one reader, plus guest will win: Two nights’ accommodation in a Touch of Class room, including daily Cotswolds breakfast, two three-course evening meals and one massage (per room).

Prize is subject to availability, cannot be taken over public holidays and must be taken by 1st March 2020. For further details visit www.tewkesburypark.co.uk

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