Win an overnight stay...

by Webmaster, 13th September 2019

…with dinner and breakfast, at The Lion at Leintwardine in Herefordshire, worth £200

This month, one lucky Welsh Border Life reader has the chance to win a fantastic overnight stay for two at The Lion at Leintwardine in Herefordshire.

Located in the picturesque village of Leintwardine, the warm and welcoming country inn is located 11 miles from Ludlow and 13 miles from Leominster, on the doorstep of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Inside, The Lion has a relaxed bar, a stylish, award-winning restaurant serving a seasonally-changing menu of locally-sourced delights, and eight individually-designed en-suite guest rooms, each with a whole host of facilities.

Along with an overnight stay for two at The Lion, the competition winner will also receive dinner and breakfast, plus a bottle of bubbly.

Q: Of which set of hills is the Lion at Leintwardine on the doorstep?

A: Shropshire Hills  B: Brecon Beacons  C: East Anglian Mountains

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

The Lion at Leintwardine, Herefordshire SY7 0JZ. Tel: 01547 540203. thelionleintwardine.co.uk


T&Cs: One winner will receive an overnight stay for two at The Lion at Leintwardine in Herefordshire, with dinner, breakfast, and a bottle of bubbly on arrival included, worth approx £200. Competition closing date 1st November 2019. Prize valid until 1st April 2020. Subject to availability, pre-booking essential. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. Max one entry per person. The editor’s decision is final.


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