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Contest Offer | Your Chance To Win


WIN a Luxury Stay in Devon


Sidmouth Harbour Hotel, formerly The Westcliff, is ideally located with breathtaking panoramic views over sparkling Lyme Bay and the rolling green hills of the glorious Sid Valley and now you could win a relaxing stay for two there with our simple contest.


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ur winner and a guest will enjoy two nights’ comfortable accommodation, full English breakfast each morning and dinner on the


fi rst evening in the hotel’s excellent Harding’s Restaurant. For a chance to win this great prize*, just tell us


the name of the nearby Gardens? Send your answer on a postcard marked ‘Sidmouth Harbour Hotel Competition’ along with your name, address and telephone number, to the address on page 7. However, even if you are not our lucky winner,


you can still enjoy a quintessential English break at the Sidmouth Harbour Hotel and could still save one third on normal rates with our special offer.


*Prize valid until 30 April, 2011, excluding Christmas, New Year and Easter and subject to availability.


*Offer (based on two sharing a Standard double/twin room) valid until February 28, 2011, excluding Christmas and New Year and subject to the availability of allocated rooms. Supplement of £10.00 pp for Friday and Saturday night stays. Single occupancy rate also available.


118 Traditional Homes & Interiors | December 2010 – January 2011 You will pay just £99* per person for two nights’


sumptuous accommodation, full English breakfast each morning, a three-course table d’hôte dinner each evening in Harding’s Restaurant, plus a Devon Cream Tea on arrival. And You can add an extra nights dinner, Bed &


Breakfast for just £49.00 per person. Sidmouth Harbour Hotel stands at the heart of


the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and the South West Coast Path runs past its doors. Many of its 40 en-suite bedrooms offer


magnifi cent sea views with private balconies. Family bedrooms and others with disabled facilities are available and the hotel welcomes dogs at £10.00 per dog, per night in selected rooms. Harding’s Restaurant serves delicious locally-


sourced food against a panoramic backdrop and weather permitting you can sip cocktails on the terrace or by the outdoor pool looking out over Lyme Bay. The hotel makes a perfect base for exploring


the nearby delightful Connaught Gardens or the charming town of Sidmouth with its countless independent shops and cafes, as well as venturing further afi eld with free local area bus travel included during your stay. For more details or to book please call 01395


513252, quoting Traditional Homes & Interiors. For further hotel information, please visit www.sidmouth-harbour-hotel.co.uk


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