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Celebrate summer with a chance to win a hotel stay by the sea

by Webmaster, 2nd June 2021

Celebrate summer with a chance to win a coast & country escape

Jetting off abroad may be off the cards this summer, but we've an even better option. 

Dating back to the 1840s, the family-run, four-star Elm Grove Country House is the perfect place to peruse Pembrokeshire and enjoy a relaxing holiday in the country, but with the coast on your doorstep too.

This Georgian haven is set in some 20 acres of lawns, gardens and fields, yet is just three-miles from the beautiful, bustling seaside resort of Tenby. 

Marble fireplaces, chandeliers, panelled doorways, antique furniture and large picture windows make this one of the most romantic and traditional places to stay on the Welsh coast. 

With 11 individually designed bedrooms, all with views down a stunning valley and over the well-tended gardens, it's set to host one lucky winner (and guest) who'll soon be enjoying a night’s stay, with a bottle of Welsh wine to toast their luck. 

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:

How many pages does the latest issue of the new digital Welsh Border Life magazine have?

A) 85

B) 104

C) 125

Hint: To find the answer, download a free copy of Welsh Border Life here

Send your answer to: tenby@borderpublishing.com with the words Elm Grove in the subject field.

For more information about Elm Grove Country House, visit www.elmgrovecountryhouse.co.uk

T&Cs: One winner will receive one night’s accommodation for two with a bottle of Welsh wine. Closing date 1st July 2021. Usual competition rules apply. The editor’s decision is final.

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