Competition : Pen-y-Dyffryn competition Nov 2015

WIN A ONE-NIGHT BREAK FOR TWO PEOPLE AT PEN-Y-DYFFRYN

WARM AND WELCOMING, the perfect country retreat. LOST TO THE WORLD in a blissful valley, the hotel sparkles on the side of a peaceful hill. Ideal for foodies and walkers. BORDERLAND SETTING, close to four major National Trust properties, including Powis Castle.

This hotel straddles the Wales/England border in a landscape that speaks volumes of the way in which the two countries historically went their separate ways. Drive west from Oswestry on an arrow-straight road that lances through Shropshire countryside and within a few minutes you round a corner to be plunged unexpectedly into a roller-coaster of steep hills and deep valleys. And there, presiding over the ancient border of Offa’s Dyke, is the haven of good food and hospitality that is Pen-y-Dyffryn. Miles and Audrey Hunter, the hotel’s agreeable owners, have stopped counting the newspaper and guidebook cuttings that praise their ‘cosy and welcoming small treasure’.

This hotel straddles the Wales/England border in a landscape that speaks volumes of the way in which the two countries historically went their separate ways. Drive west from Oswestry on an arrow-straight road that lances through Shropshire countryside and within a few minutes you round a corner to be plunged unexpectedly into a roller-coaster of steep hills and deep valleys. And there, presiding over the ancient border of Offa’s Dyke, is the haven of good food and hospitality that is Pen-y-Dyffryn. Miles and Audrey Hunter, the hotel’s agreeable owners, have stopped counting the newspaper and guidebook cuttings that praise their ‘cosy and welcoming small treasure’. - See more at: http://www.rarebits.co.uk/pen-y-dyffryn#sthash.E3N7C4NW.dpuf
This hotel straddles the Wales/England border in a landscape that speaks volumes of the way in which the two countries historically went their separate ways. Drive west from Oswestry on an arrow-straight road that lances through Shropshire countryside and within a few minutes you round a corner to be plunged unexpectedly into a roller-coaster of steep hills and deep valleys. And there, presiding over the ancient border of Offa’s Dyke, is the haven of good food and hospitality that is Pen-y-Dyffryn. Miles and Audrey Hunter, the hotel’s agreeable owners, have stopped counting the newspaper and guidebook cuttings that praise their ‘cosy and welcoming small treasure’. - See more at: http://www.rarebits.co.uk/pen-y-dyffryn#sthash.E3N7C4NW.dpuf
hotel : Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel near Oswestry : exterior view (300x300) 

THE PRIZE : A night away for two, to include four-course dinner in Pen-y-Dyffryn's Two Rosette restaurant, a full Welsh breakfast, and a £20.00 voucher to spend on wine or one of our many spa treatments. You will be allocated the best available room on the day of your arrival.

Rooms are offered subject to availability and must be used before 12 February 2016.
The hotel does not take one-night stays on a Saturday night.
Entries will be accepted until the closing date of midnight on 30 Nov 2015.
[All entries are subject to the competition Terms and Conditions

All you need to do is answer the three questions below to have a chance to win this great prize :

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