Win a 2-night luxury break and Gold Pass to visit all 10 Treasure Houses of England, worth £850!


THIS GIVEAWAY HAS CLOSED

We’ve teamed up with the Treasure Houses of England and Classic British Hotels, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a 2-night luxury break at a Classic British Hotel of your choice, plus a Gold Pass to visit all 10 Treasure Houses of England.

The magnificent Treasures Houses invite you to uncover hidden gems, dark secrets and fantastic history, to stroll in beautiful gardens and relax over afternoon tea. A Gold Pass enables you and your guest to visit all 10 locations: Beaulieu, Blenheim Palace, Burghley House, Castle Howard, Chatsworth, Harewood, Hatfield House, Holkham Hall, Leeds Castle and Woburn Abbey.

The prize also includes a chance to stay in one of Britain’s best-loved destinations with Classic British Hotels. You and your guest will enjoy a luxury 2-night break with dinner and breakfast, at a hotel of your choice. To browse the Classic British Hotels collection, go to classicbritishhotels.com. For more information about the Treasure Houses of England, go to treasurehouses.co.uk.

Terms and Conditions:
1. Prize break must be booked and taken by 30 June 2018. 2. Prize break excludes Dalmahoy Hotel and Ilsington Hotel. Prize break is subject to promotional availability. Excludes: Valentine’s; Easter; Christmas; New Year; Bank Holidays; and special event dates. 3. Prize break is for 2 adults staying for 2 nights in a standard room; 3-course dinner, table d’hôte, on both evenings (excludes drinks & menu supplements); breakfast on both mornings. 4. Additional expenses incurred to be paid for on departure. Travel expenses are not included. 5. The Gold Pass is valid for 2 adults; allows one visit to each of the 10 Treasure Houses of England. Valid for standard house and garden visits only. Houses have varying opening dates and times. Prize tickets must be presented on arrival. 6. No cash or alternative prizes are available

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