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WIN A FOODIE STAY AT THE WHITE LION IN CHESHIRE WORTH £250

Experience a wonderful weekend getaway in the lovely Cheshire Countryside this summer. The White Lion, Weston is a 17-bedroom hotel, boasting its 1652 Restaurant and Bar that sits in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. A firm favourite, The White Lion, Weston won an OpenTable Diners Choice award in 2022. One lucky winner will win an overnight stay for two people at the hotel, to include dinner and breakfast.

The Jewel in Cheshire’s hospitality crown, The White Lion is celebrating its 370th anniversary in 2022. Undergoing a part refurbishment, and an exciting new outside dining, bar and event space, the hotel and 1652 Restaurant and Bar offer timeless country pub chic, combined with a modern gastro menu and sophisticated dining space. It’s no wonder that The White Lion is the number 1 restaurant in Weston (East Cheshire).

Situated in the countryside making it perfect for exploring the local area, The White Lion, Weston is just a stone’s throw away from local historic towns and a European PGA TOUR-standard course, Wychwood Park. With an all-new Gastro menu, live events calendar, a 40-seater private dining experience for corporate/private clients to cater Weddings, Birthdays, Business meetings and more, The White Lion, Weston is one of the best hospitality establishments in the region.

The famous Jodrell bank, Uttoxeter Racecourse, Alton Towers are all within an hour’s drive away, making The White Lion your perfect staycation partner. The team can’t wait to host you and show you this charming, historic part of the UK.

For more info go to thewhitelionweston.com and sign up to the hotel’s newsletter.

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