10 Country Breaks to Be Won

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10 Country Breaks to Be Won


ES magazine has teamed up with luxury UK hotel group Exclusive Hotels to give away ten fabulous country breaks for two

Exclusive Hotels are plush country houses with a hip twist, mixing traditional values with quirky design and ultramodern facilities. The four sumptuous four-star and five-star country houses in beautiful locations are Lainston House in Hampshire, The Manor House in Wiltshire, South Lodge Hotel in West Sussex and Pennyhill Park Hotel in Surrey.

You could win one of these fabulous two-night stays to be taken between June and November. Winners will experience the highest standards of service and comfort and award-winning cuisine. A major feature of the Exclusive experience is extensive leisure facilities. Ranging from championship 18-hole golf courses to lawn tennis and fly-fishing on the River Test, to walks in the beautiful surrounding countryside, a glass of champagne at an outdoor champagne bar, balloon rides or spa relaxation, you can indulge in your favourite pursuits, depending on which hotel you choose.

Whether you fancy a romantic night in, a round of golf, lunch with friends or simply to treat yourself with a well-earned break, Exclusive Hotels offer the perfect getaway all year round. For more information about Exclusive Hotels visit www.exclusivehotels.co.uk.

How to enter

By phone For your chance to win one of the ten breaks, call 0901 030 1540 and leave your name and a telephone number where you can be contacted on Tuesday 24 May 2005. Calls cost 25p (BT landline).

By email Send your details to: hotel@es.entries.co.uk.

Only one email per person.

By text Simply text the word hotel, along with your name, to 86025. Remember to include a space between hotel and your name - ie, hotel sarah stanton. …

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