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WIN an overnight stay at The Grove, with dinner and breakfast

Your chance to stay at the luxury Hertfordshire hotel with stunning grounds and a range of outstanding restaurants


Nestled in 300 acres of stunning Hertfordshire countryside, The Grove is a retreat like no other. The former home of the Earls of Clarendon is located just a stone’s throw from central London and is home to newly-refurbished facilities, including the 18th century mansion, an award-winning spa, a championship golf course and a unique collection of restaurants.

With the vast selection of activities, pop-ups and masterclasses on offer, The Grove is a constant hub of activity for all ages. Choose between axe-throwing, archery and mini off-road explorers in the woodlands, or take a swing on the award-winning golf course that has hosted greats of the game, including Tiger Woods. During the warmer months, guests can while away an afternoon by the heated outdoor pool and beach in the Walled Garden and spend the evening under the stars watching a film at the Everyman Secret Garden cinema. The options are endless.

After a busy day of exploring, retreat to the tranquil oasis of Sequoia spa. You’ll come away feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. If you’re feeling peckish, choose between an around-the-world feast at The Glasshouse, new takes on old favourites at The Stables, an Indian banquet at Madhu’s or sushi in the Lounges.

To enter just fill out the form below. Competition closes 15 March. Winner will be notified by email.

Terms and conditions

Subject to availability. Dates exclude 18-20 March, 12-13 May, 3-6 and 19-20 July, 24-31 December 2024 and bank holidays. No cash alternative will be offered. Transport not included. Dinner will be at The Stables and includes a bottle of house wine. Accommodation is offered in a Classic West Wing room. Any extras to be covered by the winner. Stay to be used within a year of winner being announced.

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