Win a hotel stay fit for a king

The nation is currently abuzz with talk of the forthcoming Royal Wedding and, of course, the celebrations to follow. Sadly, most of us aren't usually able to enjoy the glamour which comes with being a prince - which is why we want you to live like a king for a weekend...

Classic British Hotels have over 90 top quality independent hotels, each with its own distinct character and an individual touch that makes every stay unique and special. From the dramatic peaks and valleys of the Lake District to the chocolate-box villages of the rustic Cotswolds, or the pristine sandy beaches of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the changing moods of the majestic Highlands of Scotland, there’s something regal about each and every one.

So to celebrate the wedding, we are giving you a chance to win a weekend stay at Taplow House Hotel. This beautiful, 4 star Georgian country house hotel is just 10 minutes from royal Windsor, one of the Queen's official residence. Your royal stay will include two nights’ accommodation for two people, including a three-course dinner and full breakfast. To get your hands on this amazing prize, just answer the question below.

And if you’re not lucky enough to win this fantastic prize, we also have a very special exclusive offer for Independent readers. Enjoy royal treatment at Taplow House, including accommodation, tea on arrival, champagne in the afternoon, a three-course dinner in the award-winning restaurant each night and a full breakfast each morning from just £75 per person per night.

For more information on Taplow House Hotel and to book, click here.





This competition closes on Friday 22 April.

Prize terms and conditions: prize break includes two nights' accommodation for two people including three-course dinner and full breakfast. The break must be booked and taken by 23 December 2011. Break is subject to promotional availability and excludes Easter Weekend, Bank Holidays, and Christmas and New Year. Classic British Hotels will endeavour to accommodate your first choice dates, however, please note that there are a limited number of promotional rooms at each hotel. Availability may be restricted over weekends (Friday and Saturday nights) during peak times. Additional expenses incurred such as phone calls etc should be paid for on departure. Travel expenses are not included. There is no cash alternative.

To read the Independent's terms and conditions, click here.

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