For your chance to win a luxury stay at Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, in association with The City Magazine, read on...
Brocket Hall is a pristinely-kept Georgian house, once home to two prime ministers, Lord Melbourne and Lord Palmerston in Hertfordshire.
The Hall has 30 exquisite bedrooms complete with a traditional butler service and its own five-star restaurant Auberge du Lac, based in the former hunting lodge on The Broadwater. The award-winning restaurant serves high-quality British fare including an eight-course feast of seasonal dishes.
In the grounds of the 543-acre Brocket Hall estate, and steps away from one of two championship golf courses, is Melbourne Lodge, a Georgian former stable block for the estate’s work and racehorses. The 16 en-suite rooms overlook the main Hall, Broadwater Lake and Melbourne golf course, and are all named after great racehorses from history. At only 22 miles from London, it's the perfect weekend escape.
Win a luxury break at Brocket Hall
We have teamed up with Brocket Hall and The City Magazine to offer Luxury London readers the chance to win a two-night stay for two in Melbourne Lodge at Brocket Hall, including breakfast, two rounds of golf and use of its academy, and an eight-course tasting menu with wine pairings in Auberge du Lac. To enter, simply enter your details below before 31 January 2018. Terms & conditions apply.