Win . . . a family break in a luxury hotel.
When you are in need of a break there is no better place to relax and unwind than The Old Bell. In the heart of the old market town of Malmesbury, The Old Bell sits adjacent to the ancient old abbey.
Frequented by visitors since 1220, The Old Bell claims to be the oldest hostelry in England. It is swathed in wisteria and filled with creaking floor boards and exposed beams.
And from the minute you arrive you are absorbed by the feeling of well being. Raging log fires, antique furniture and stylish interiors all help to create the perfect relaxed atmosphere.
An evening in the Edwardian dining room is likely to be the highlight of your stay.
New chef, Michael Benjamin, produces mouth-watering dishes. Having previously worked at Gidleigh Park in Devon and Peacock Alley in Dublin, he is already bringing the award-winning food at The Old Bell to new heights. Alternatively you can eat in the Great Hall which serves light meals.
HOW TO ENTER
All you have to do is answer the following two questions:
1. Where is the Old Bell situated?
2. Since when have visitors been visiting The Old Bell?
Send your answers together with your name, address and daytime telephone number to The Old Bell, Promotions Department, Evening Telegraph, Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1QY, to reach us by 10am on Friday, May 21.
The first two correct entries pulled from the postbag after the closing date will win a family break for two nights at The Old Bell, including bed, full English breakfast and evening meal.
The prize must be taken by August 31, 1999 and is subject to availability
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||May 15, 1999|
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