The Northumberland Gazette has teamed up with the Plough inn, in Alnwick, to give you the opportunity to win tea for two.
The luxury afternoon tea includes assorted fresh finger sandwiches, homemade fruit and cheese scones, choice of preserves, Devon clotted cream, fresh cakes and a choice of speciality teas.
This package would normally cost £23, but we’re giving one lucky reader a tea for two.
The Plough closed its doors last month for some major renovations.
Plough owner David Whitehead, who also owns the Jolly Fisherman at Craster, said the theme of the new look is rustic mixed with a country -odge style, including tweeds and tartans.
Along with the facelift has come a relaunch of the food offerings, with new menus for lunch, afternoon tea and the evening.
The afternoon-tea menu also includes a cream tea (£6.50), confectioners’ tea, which includes a selection of pastries (£8.50), and the Champagne afternoon tea (£19 per person or £37 for two).
To be in with a chance of winning, buy this week’s Gazette.