WIN a luxury stay in the Cotswolds!
The Lords of the Manor hotel near Bourton-on-the-Water has teamed up with BBC Wildlife to offer readers an exclusive chance to win a luxury two-night stay.
Lords of the Manor is ideally located in eight acres of landscaped gardens and rolling parkland within a timeless corner of the Cotswolds, with an acclaimed three AA-rosette restaurant.
A former rectory of honey-coloured stone in the beautiful village of Upper Slaughter, the hotel provides a haven of peace and relaxation, with blazing log fires welcoming guests during winter.
All of the individually furnished and decorated en-suite bedrooms are equipped with the best of 21st-century comforts, including flat-screen TVs, DVD players, free Wi-Fi, complimentary refreshments, tea-and-coffee-making facilities, the hotel’s famous homemade biscuits, and luxurious toiletries.
Under head chef Charles Smith, the kitchen truly forms the heart and soul of the hotel, with exquisite dishes created from the freshest seasonal produce, complemented by wines from our 17th-century cellars.
As well as a two-night stay for our winner and their guest, this great prize includes tickets to the Batsford Arboretum: 56 acres of dog-friendly gardens with trees and shrubs from around the world.
The hotel is also the perfect base for exploring many other local attractions, including the Cotswold Farm Park, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Crocodiles of the World zoo.
Set in a quaint Cotswold village, the hotel boasts history dating back to 1649.