Elms Hotel and Spa, Abberley Competition to Win a Stay for Two
As a Queen Anne Manor House set in rolling hills, The Elms has served as a grand family home for years. It was built in 1710 and designed by Thomas White, a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren. Various owners loved living here until 1946, when the manor was sold and turned into a country house hotel. Now, it offers an equally warm welcome to all its guests which could include you.
The Elms has acres of grounds and open countryside in every direction and with their very own kitchen garden, much of the produce served in the restaurant travels just feet from plot to plate. There are 23 tastefully designed bedrooms equipped with every amenity needed, a large indoor pool open from 7am to 9pm daily, with spa treatments available between 10am and 6.30pm every day.
Just being at The Elms Hotel will feel like a tranquil escape. Sit back and relax on the pear terrace, where white doves fly overhead, take a seat overlooking the meadow, or head to the orchard and gaze out over the Teme Valley. If the weather is fine, pick a pew with a view and indulge in afternoon tea or lunch al fresco. Here, there’s plenty of time to take things at nature’s pace.
Take a closer look at the Elms Hotel for yourself.
The winner will get to stay overnight at the Elms Hotel in Abberley with Breakfast and Afternoon Tea included, dates are subject to availability.
It is a great location to explore the many Gardens and other sights Worcestershire has to offer, including Witley Court (English Heritage) and Worcester Cathedral.
Please note that by entering this competition you agree to us passing on your details to the companies involved in this competition, but no other third parties.
This competition will close on Wednesday 31 May and the winner will be notified via email.
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