Budock Vean has teamed up with The English Garden to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a stay in their award-winning four star hotel, worth up to £1000.
The award-winning four-star Budock Vean Hotel is a beautiful country house hotel set in 65 acres of glorious gardens and woodland above the tranquil Helford River in South Cornwall.
The hotel, based on the site of a medieval manor house, has been welcoming guests since the Thirties and famous visitors have included the writer, Virginia Woolf, who fell in love with the unspoilt coves that line the river.
You could win a luxury 2-night break there for two* in one of the hotel’s Signature rooms with full Cornish breakfast each morning, a four-course dinner on one evening in the beautifully-refurbished restaurant, plus full use of the golf and leisure facilities.
Our great prize also includes tickets to Trebah Garden, a 26-acre subtropical paradise, just a 10-minute walk from the hotel and, like the Budock Vean’s own grounds, leading to a sheltered spot on the Helford River.
All readers can save 10% on a relaxing stay at the Budock Vean Hotel, paying from £72 per person per night for comfortable accommodation and full Cornish breakfast and add dinner for just £31 per person per night.
The Budock Vean’s excellent leisure facilities include a 15-metre indoor pool with open log fire, outdoor hot tub, a challenging golf course, snooker room with full sized table, kayaking and paddleboarding** and boat trips from the hotel’s private cove and two all-weather tennis courts.
For pampering, you can head to the Natural Health Spa, which uses top British skincare brand, Elemis, and where each treatment** is preceded by a personal consultation.
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