Win a two-night stay for two at St Brides Spa Hotel, plus a meal, two spa sessions and a bottle of champagne, worth £1,000

Experience a luxurious and relaxing break within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

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If you’re lucky enough to win this competition, you’ll be in for a truly restorative couple of days. Not only will you be able to soak up one of the UK’s most beautiful settings, but you’ll also enjoy a two-night stay in a Best Sea View Room at St Brides Spa Hotel. In addition to that, you’ll be spoiled with a fantastic three-course evening meal on one night in the hotel’s Cliff Restaurant, two 90-minute sessions in the thermal suite and hydrotherapy pool, and a complimentary bottle of champagne when you arrive in your room.

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St Brides Spa Hotel is a contemporary spa hotel, located on a beautiful headland in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with elevated views of Saundersfoot Harbour and Carmarthen Bay. Saundersfoot is the ideal base if you’re planning on walking part of the famous 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (which passes right by the hotel’s door), or exploring any of the 58 special beaches along the way.

At the end of the day, you can come back to the hotel and relax in one of the 34 individually-designed bedrooms. Rooms with a sea view also boast a balcony, perfect for unwinding on in the evening and watching the boats drift in and out of the harbour below.

The spa is the ideal retreat for indulging in soothing treatments – it uses marine-sourced products including seaweed, embracing the natural healing properties of the ocean. The spa also boasts Wales’ only true infinity edge hydrotherapy pool, which looks out over the harbour and bay.

For more information, visit stbridesspahotel.com

How to enter

For your chance to win this very special prize, simply answer this question:

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Promoter: Immediate Media Company London Limited. This competition is open from 15/04/2019 to 11:59pm 06/05/2019. Full Terms & Conditions apply, see here