Win a festive stay at Paschoe House, Devon
Curious to join the league of new wave weekenders? Enter the Food magazine competition to win a festive stay at Paschoe House, where contemporary design colludes with au courant cooking.
The Paschoe Estate has all the hallmarks of a classic bucolic retreat: a pleasingly remote Devon setting, a mention in the Doomsday Book and a roll call of outdoorsy pursuits on its doorstep.
The result of a year of renovations, interior overhauls and taxidermy curation (Paschoe houses a menagerie of stuffed animals) is a beautifully unique boutique hotel with nine Pinterest-worthy bedrooms and an innovative restaurant knocking out some of the best food for miles.
Dishes crafted from the pick of the region’s rich pastures and coastline are as attractive as the banquette-lined, bronze-accented dining room in which guests indulge in head chef Craig Davies’ menus. Those opting for the Paschoe Prestige Tasting flight this season will feast on diver scallops with belly pork, locally shot red deer and salt baked celeriac, and turbot with mussel curry and seaweed potatoes.
The prize is dinner, bed and breakfast for two.