Looking for a luxury getaway in the rolling English countryside? Here’s how you can win two nights at Langdale Chase hotel in the picturesque Lake District.
In the words of celebrated, romantic poet William Wordsworth, the Lake District is the “loveliest spot man has ever found” making it the quintessentially English destination to explore nature. And what better way to experience these surrounds than at newly refurbished hotel Langdale Chase, which brings all the modern comforts whilst maintaining its Victorian villa façade, to the rural landscape.
Newly renovated with designs inspired by its rich history dating back to when the hotel first opened in 1937 – a time known as the ‘golden era’ of the Lake District, the Grade II listed building has stood proud in the Cumbrian national park since 1891. To celebrate the exciting reopening, we have partnered with Langdale Chase to offer a lucky winner (and a plus one) the chance to enjoy two nights in one of Langdale Chase’s impressive Fellside rooms, including complimentary breakfast and a three-course dinner.
Poised on the banks of Lake Windermere, the hotel’s garden terraces, as well as the many bedrooms and its restaurant windows, offer panoramic views stretching across the often glass-still waters towards where the hills meet in a haze on the horizon – an outstanding sight to be enjoyed across each season. Spend the day immersed in the very best of the British countryside – from glacial ribbon lakes to lush green fields, before returning to comfort and luxury over a very special two-night break.
What does the prize include?
- 2 night stay in a Fellside Room for 2 people
- Daily breakfast for 2
- One three-course dinner at the hotel restaurant (including half a bottle of house wine per person) for 2
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
Full Terms & Conditions here.
ABOUT LANGDALE CHASE
Langdale Chase hotel consists of 30 bedrooms, including twenty-one bedrooms in the main house, eight bedrooms in the lakehouse, and a private boathouse suite situated on Lake Windermere itself, refurbished with interior designer Jane Goff’s homely designs. On the ground floor lies the two AA Rosette-awarded restaurant serving a traditionally English menu. Outside the hotel, you’ll find over 4 acres of expertly-pruned gardens, originally designed by famous nineteenth-century landscape architect Thomas Mawson, kept in its original charm.