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Win a luxury two-night stay at Nanny Brow in Ambleside

PUBLISHED: 19:53 27 March 2017 | UPDATED: 19:53 27 March 2017

Nanny Brow in Ambleside

Nanny Brow in Ambleside

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Your chance to stay at the beautiful Arts & Craft Nanny Brow, among the most luxurious guest houses in the Lakes.

Nanny Brow in AmblesideNanny Brow in Ambleside

Luxury Ambleside-based B&B, Nanny Brow, is offering one lucky couple a two-night stay in this unique, five-star establishment in the heart of the Lake District. The 14-bedroomed venue, which opened in 2011, is one of the region’s most famous Arts & Crafts properties and combines the relaxing air of a family home with exceptional levels of comfort and service.

Sitting majestically on its own private crag just west of Ambleside, with unrivalled views down the River Brathay to the Lakeland Fells beyond, Nanny Brow rests in five acres of stunning grounds with direct fellside access and is minutes away from the stunning Langdale Valley.

Nanny Brow has sought to retain many of its original Arts & Crafts features, complemented with antique furniture and contemporary fabrics, as well as modern touches. In addition, it provides guests with an award-winning breakfast, having been awarded 5-star gold and breakfast status by the AA for four consecutive years.

And as for the views, who are we to argue with The Guardian…

Nanny Brow in AmblesideNanny Brow in Ambleside

“If there were a national ‘Loo with a View Award’, the bathroom in Nanny Brow’s ‘Brathay suite’ would walk away with it. Like all the rooms at the front of the luxury guesthouse, it looks out, for miles, across Brathay Valley to Wrynose Pass. The Lake District is often dramatic and brutal but this bucolic scene of woodlands, fells and distant mountains, bisected by a lazy, winding river, is framed in each window like a Turner or Constable. It is a magnificent sedative.”

The Guardian, 2011

www.nannybrow.co.uk

For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

NANNY BROW WAS BUILT IN 1904 BY WHICH FAMOUS ARCHITECT?

A. FRANCIS WORDSWORTH

B. FRANCIS WHITWELL

C. FRANCIS WREN

Send your answer to the above question, together with your name, email address, home address contact phone number to Nanny Brow Competition, Lancashire Life, Whitehouse, Greenhalls

Avenue, Warrington, WA4 GHL. Alternatively submit your answer below

Closing date is the 28th April 2017

For full terms and conditions visit our website

* This prize is for a two-night bed and breakfast break for one couple sharing a double room and subject to availability. The prize must be used during 2017. Nanny Brow are happy to suggest restaurants for dinner, nearby.

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