The stresses of everyday life begin to evaporate as you head out towards rural Exmoor on the trail of Kentisbury Grange. However, it’s once you finally shut the door in your luxe suite that the business of relaxing really begins
The boutique hotel’s Cottage Suites are its newest and most luxurious rooms. Exquisitely designed and finished, every detail has been considered – from bespoke decor and vaulted ceilings to super-king sized beds, roll top baths and deluge showers. Outside you’ll find a private seating area to enjoy the bucolic setting or even room service.
Of course, with Michael Caines’ three-AA rosette restaurant situated within the estate, chances are you’ll plump to dine at The Coach House. Open for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, it draws foodies from all over the South West and has scooped a raft of awards since it opened in 2013.
The recent appointment of head chef James Checkley, winner of Best Dish at the South West Chef of the Year Awards 2018, guarantees creative yet classical cooking crafted from the best local ingredients. Follow dinner with a nightcap at the bar before retiring to your heavenly suite.
In need of a gastronomic sojourn? Enter our competition and you could be sampling the delectable six course tasting menu and an overnight stay.
To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question …
When did The Coach House first open to diners?
Terms and conditions
The prize A one-night stay in a luxury Cottage Suite, with six course tasting menu and paired wines for two.
Salt Media’s standard terms and conditions apply. Must be used within 12 months. Transport not included. Not available for use over bank holidays or the festive period.
This competition closes for entries on June 30, 2019.