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COMPETITION


TO ENTER THIS COMPETITION…


Simply answer the following question then go to: www.r-magazine.co.uk competitions page.


Q: Who became Lord Of Te Manor at Fawsley Hall in 1416?


WIN WIN WIN Te perfect


getaway treat for two…


Tere are few better locations to treat someone special,


than the renowned Fawsley Hall with its spectacular settings in Fawsley, Northamptonshire!


R Magazine is delighted to be able to offer one lucky


reader a one night stay with dinner bed and breakfast for two!


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Fawsley Hall is situated in Northamptonshire on the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. Tis sumptuous Tudor House is steeped in tradition and rich in history. Tis wonderful venue creates a romantic backdrop combing all the essential elements- divine food, elegant bedrooms, and warm hospitality with a relaxing spa, offering everything you could want for a memorable visit.


Exclusive Wedding Venue with Civil Marriage Licence Te romantic exclusive wedding venue is perfect for civil marriage ceremonies and wedding receptions. Equilibrium is the Heart of England’s best fine dining restaurant and Bess’s Brasserie has delicious country cooking in an informal atmosphere and is excellent value.


Te award-winning Grayshott Spa has developed a world-renowned reputation for the quality of its treatments and therapies and offers a wide choice of treatments by some of the world’s leading product houses, including Guinot, Aromatherapy Associates Jane Iredale and Jessica.


Te answer can be found at: www.fawsleyhall.com


Te prize for two people is: A one night stay based upon a club double/twin room on a dinner bed and breakfast basis. Dinner will be for 2 x persons in the brasserie with an aperitif and bottle of house wine. Plus full access to the Grayshott Studio Spa facilities. (All extras to be paid by guests on their departure)


Fawsley Hall, Fawsley, Northamptonshire. NN11 3BA. Tel: 01327 892000 www.fawsleyhall.com


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