Enter our latest competition for the chance to enjoy an indulgent stay in a historic rectory
Rectory Manor is one of the smartest B&Bs in the country. It is nestled between the medieval villages of Lavenham and Long Melford in Suffolk, at the heart of an English hamlet filled with thatch cottages.
Discover Britain has teamed up with Rectory Manor to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a two-night stay for two in one of their seven individually-designed bedrooms. The prize also includes the chance to enjoy breakfast served at a medieval banqueting table each morning.
At Rectory Manor, guests are invited to relax by roaring log fires, enjoy use of the tennis court, croquet lawn and seasonally-heated outdoor pool. Dedicated to customer satisfaction, the services of a much-praised butler help make for a uniquely indulgent stay. Each evening our winner and a guest can look forward to dining in the award-winning Scutchers restaurant in nearby Long Melford. Head chef Nick Barrett creates a seasonal à la carte menu from the finest locally-sourced ingredients. The prize also includes tickets to Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, one of the finest moated Tudor houses in England, set in 25 acres of stunning gardens and parkland.
In addition to the prize draw, Rectory Manor is offering Discover Britain readers 10 per cent off its advertised flexible rates. Steeped in more than 600 years of history, this former vicarage was home to Reverend John Hopkins when he helped compile The Whole Book of Psalms, a Church of England staple. The Manor provides an ideal base for exploring the area’s many attractions including Melford Hall, Gainsborough House and Flatford Mill and is within an hour’s drive of the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB (see page 72). For more information or to book, please call 01787 372428, quoting “Discover Britain”.
One lucky winner drawn at random from the entries received will enjoy the following:
• Two nights bed and breakfast at Rectory Manor for two people
• Two evening meals for two at Scutchers
• Two tickets for entry to Kentwell Hall
Terms & conditions
Prize based on two sharing a double/twin room, valid until 18 June 2021, excluding Christmas, New Year and Easter and is subject to availability. Dinner at Scutchers excludes wine and other beverages. Kentwell Hall gardens open from mid-February 2021, but we advise the winner to visit their website for up-to-date house opening information. Winner and guest must be over 18.
Offer based on two sharing a double/twin room, valid until 12 March, excluding Christmas and New Year and is subject to availability.
How to enter
Just answer the following question: