Win a free hotel night
THE ARUNDELL ARMS, at Lifton in Devon, famed for its fishing, is this month’s prize-giving hotel. Run by Adam Fox-Edwards, the son of the late much-loved Anne Voss-Bark, this family hotel is an excellent combination of unpretentious accommodation and good cooking. The hotel has 20 miles of fly-fishing on the River Tamar, and its ghillies have taught many generations how to pursue this most difficult of skills. But non-fishers are also well catered for.
All you need do to win this handsome prize of dinner, bed and breakfast for two at THE ARUNDELL ARMS is to SEND US A REVIEW of your favourite hotel or B&B in Great Britain or Ireland. We welcome reports on places that have never been in the Guide or have been omitted, as well as those that have a current entry.
John Holland from Herne Bay is the winner of last month’s prize of dinner, bed and breakfast for two at THE CAT INN, a 16th-century inn on a spur of the Sussex Weald, which won a César award last year. It is a ‘friendly, warm place’, say visitors. Andrew Russell is a hands-on host, greeting guests, carrying their bags to the room, waiting at table. In the two dining areas there are oak beams, inglenook fireplaces, wooden tables on wooden floors. The cooking of the chef, Max Leonard, is admired.