E: 08/11 Win a luxury stay in Stratford-upon-Avon

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One lucky reader and their guest will win a two-night stay in a Deluxe room at The Arden Hotel, the star of Stratford-upon-Avon’s hotel scene. The hotel combines luxurious and stylish rooms with all the comforts you would expect from a contemporary boutique hotel, and there are plenty of spaces to relax dotted around, including a terrace to soak up the sun and a cosy afternoon tea lounge.

Our winner and their guest will enjoy a full English breakfast each morning and a three-course dinner on one evening at the hotel’s restaurant, the award-winning No. 44 Brasserie, in an idyllic setting overlooking the water. The seasonal menu is bursting with fresh, contemporary flavours, with tempting dishes such as crayfish fishcakes with saffron aioli, or harissa-glazed lamb rump with tabbouleh and pomegranate.

With all the delights of Stratford-upon-Avon on your doorstep, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained. You could take in a play by the Royal Shakespeare Company, travel back in time at Shakespeare’s Birthplace, or visit Holy Trinity Church, where the Bard was baptised and buried.

The prize is for two people sharing a double or twin en-suite Deluxe room and is subject to availability. The prize is valid for 12 months , excluding Bank Holidays, Christmas, New Year and Valentine’s. Travel, meals, drinks and extras other than those featured in the prize are not included.

With which writer is Stratford-upon-Avon associated?

  • Charles Dickens
  • William Shakespeare <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
  • Jane Austen


Wins in 2022 - 1
Wins in 2021 - 62
Wins in 2020 - 68
Wins in 2019 - 5
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