WIN a gourmet break for two in Scotland

One lucky reader and their guest will win a two-night country retreat in Aberdeenshire.

Glass of wine in hand, relax at Banchory Lodge, a new kind of country retreat in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire.

This back-to-nature four-star boutique hotel is perched on the banks of the river Dee and has one of the best restaurant views in the UK.

Located at the gateway to Royal Deeside, there is plenty to see and do in the area. There is fishing right on the doorstep, as well as historic castles, golf courses and stunning countryside walks.

Enjoy a light lunch out on the terrace or a spot of afternoon tea before setting off on a road trip.

Experience one of Scotland’s most spectacular driving routes, the North East 250. Head through the mountain passes of the Cairngorms National Park and up towards the prestigious distilleries of Speyside.

Refuel after a day exploring in Banchory Lodge’s award-winning restaurant. Menus that change with the seasons are made using the finest of local produce. Come to the bar after dinner and find an array of whiskies, craft gins and local beers.

And at the end of the day, settle down for a good night’s sleep in a top-notch contemporary bedroom.

The prize includes two nights’ bed & breakfast for two with dinner on one evening including a bottle of house wine.

For more details, visit Banchorylodge.com.

How to win

Simply answer the following question:

BANCHORY LODGE is located on the bank of which river?

A) Tiber B) Thames C) Dee

How to enter

To enter the competition, click here or on the button below, then tick the relevant box. Entries must be received by 28/02/2019.

ENTER COMPETITION

Terms & conditions:

Valid until end of September 2019. Prize is subject to availability. Travel is not included. Additional drinks not included. Entrants must be aged over 18. The prize is not transferable and cannot be exchanged for a cash value. The judge’s decision is final. No correspondence will be entered into. Moneywise Publishing Limited shall pass this