Thanks to its serene edge-of-Exeter location, 120 acres of lush greenery plus luxury spa and quality restaurant, the Georgian manor house is a paradise for locals and day trippers looking to escape the bustle of the city centre.
Enjoy the magnificent view over the grounds while taking your pick from a range of excellent-value menus in the restaurant: the Fizz Afternoon Tea for two features fabulous patisserie and a glass of Prosecco or G&T (£32), while the lunch menu of seasonal dishes such as roasted butternut squash and spinach risotto is a steal at £15 for two courses.
If further fuel is required, sweet-toothed diners can rejoice in the decadent line-up of puds from the lunch menu which includes glazed lemon tart with a generous scoop of raspberry sorbet, or the devilishly decadent mocha chocolate delice.
Come the weekend, crispy-on-the-outside-fluffy-on-the- inside roasties, tender meats and lashings of rich gravy combine to create a memorable traditional Sunday lunch.
Whenever you visit and whatever you plump for, make sure to carve out time for a couple hours of TLC in the spa: melt into a deep-tissue massage or refresh with an Elemis facial.
Give our competition a whirl and you (and a lucky plus one) could be enjoying a day of indulgence, including a two course lunch and pamper sesh in the spa.
To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question …
How many acres does Exeter Golf and Country Club cover?