Win a luxurious stay…

by Webmaster, 20th August 2019

...at Elm Grove Country House

Luxurious and elegant, Elm Grove Country House is located on the outskirts of St Florence in Pembrokeshire.

Set within 20 acres of pretty gardens and grounds, the house is ideally situated for exploring the numerous visitor attractions and landmarks in the local area, being four miles from the bustling harbour town of Tenby and five miles from stylish seaside village, Saundersfoot.

Inside, the characterful house boasts marble fireplaces, chandeliers and large picture windows overlooking the grounds and the beautiful Ritec Valley beyond. Guests have 11 spacious, individually-designed en-suite rooms to choose from, all of which blend traditional features and antique furniture with a wealth of modern amenities including flatscreen televisions and access to WiFi.

Now, one lucky Welsh Coastal Life reader has the chance to win an overnight bed and breakfast stay for two at Elm Grove Country House in St Florence, Pembrokeshire, worth up to £195. Don’t worry if you don’t win though, anyone who books on the Elm Grove website can get 10 percent off their stay when quoting Direct10.

Q: For how long have generations of the Rees family been welcoming guests to Elm Grove?

A: 21 years  B: 41 years  C: 61 years

To enter, email the answer along with your name, address and telephone number to: elmgrove@borderpublishing.com

Elm Grove Country House, St Florence, Tenby, Pembrokeshire SA70 8LS. Tel: 01834 871255. For more information and to book a stay, visit www.elmgrovecountryhouse.co.uk


T&Cs: One winner will receive an overnight stay for two, with breakfast included, in a double or twin room at Elm Grove Country House in St Florence near Tenby, Pembrokeshire, worth up to £195. Competition closing date 1st October 2019. Prize valid from March 2020 to November 2020 (excludes bank holidays). Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. Max one entry per person. The editor’s decision is final.


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