Weekend breaks with the

2 nights for the price of 1

We would like to invite you to take a weekend break and stay two nights for the price of one. In conjunction with Queens Moat Houses Hotels, our offer allows you to pay for one night's bed and breakfast and get the next night, including breakfast, free. Rates are based on two adults sharing a twin or double room and the only stipulation is that your weekend break must include a Saturday*.

You can choose from 82 hotels located throughout the UK, ranging from country houses and cosy inns, to modern hotels in the heart of city centres. All are three or four star properties and many will allow you to enjoy a longer stay on the same basis, pay for two nights and stay for four, for example. You can check this when making your booking.

To add to our offer, children under sixteen can stay free when sharing a room with two adults, plus children under six can breakfast free. For those of you who are feeling energetic, many of the hotels offer a Body Club or Club Moativation Health and Fitness Centre which you are free to use.

Pictured here is Oakley Court Hotel in Windsor, Berkshire which is set in 35 acres of parkland overlooking the River Thames. The Oakleaf Restaurant and Boaters Brasserie both offer imaginative menus complemented by a fine wine list. A double room for two people for two nights costs just pounds 106.

* Apart from the Royal Crescent Hotel, Bath and Billesley Manor near Stratford which are only available for stays Sunday-Thursday. Some hotels may be able to offer mid-week breaks on the same basis, please check when booking.

HOW TO QUALIFY

To qualify for your 2 for 1 weekend break, you must collect four differently numbered tokens from the seven we are printing in the Independent on Sunday and The Independent until Saturday 23 March. You will need to attach them to a voucher which we will print on Wednesday 20 March. Today we are printing Token 1; Token 2 will be printed in Monday's Independent.

HOW TO BOOK

Details on how to book will be printed in Monday's Independent. For a Town & Country Classic Weekend Break brochure call 0541 543 500 quoting "Independent Offer". Please remember to take your voucher and four differently numbered tokens to your hotel, they must be presented on arrival.

pounds 7,000 OF WEEKEND BREAKS TO BE WON

Each day from Monday to Friday we will be offering you the chance to win one of four weekend breaks. Each prize entitles two people to a two night bed and breakfast weekend break at the hotel of their choice. See Monday's Independent for details on how to enter.

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