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There's a lot to be said for holidaying at home. No airport queues, no last-minute currency withdrawals and (in this day and age) no confusing entry requirements to grapple with. Just sling your weekend bag over your shoulder and go.
That's why we've teamed up with GuestHouse, the boutique hotel group flying the flag for heritage hotels with a modern outlook, to give you and a friend the chance of winning a two-night stay at No.15 Great Pulteney in Bath.
Occupying a Grade I-listed Georgian townhouse on one of the city's loveliest streets, No.15 Great Pulteney has been reimagined by GuestHouse to inject a contemporary dose of colour into the classic bolthole. Rebooted by renowned designer Martin Hulbert, the mastermind behind the hotel's original interiors, this Bath charmer now has a subterranean spa hidden beneath the pavement, as well a host of revamped suites (you'll be bedding down in a prized Pulteney room) and a fresh-faced restaurant championing British fare.
When in Bath, do as the Romans do and spruce yourself up with bespoke wellness rituals in the Copper Room - a new treatment space in an original vaulted cellar boasting a circular copper bath we could lounge in for hours on end. Once suitably preened and polished, head out to explore the city with the Guest List, GuestHouse's curated edit of insider tips and signature experiences each geared towards a particular theme, be it food, history, nature or art.
Next up, feast on Bath chaps and buns - a local delicacy you'll find out about - Somerset fillet steak and Eton mess before gliding upstairs to your super-king four-poster bed. With marble-topped washstands, sash windows and decadent drapes, your bedroom is worthy of a period drama but with plenty of playful extras - statement modern art, a vinyl player and a Georgian doll's house that doubles up as a pantry, brimming with local treats.
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