WIN a two night Cornish coastal stay at The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth

PUBLISHED: 10:30 23 January 2017 | UPDATED: 15:46 23 January 2017

The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth

The Greenbank Hotel in Falmouth

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Win a four star coastal stay for two nights at The Greenbank Hotel. This special prize also includes two cosy tipples in The Working Boat pub and a delicious Cornish cream tea to share

Located in the heart of Falmouth, The Greenbank is perfectly placed for strolling the palm-lined streets and sandy beaches of Cornwall’s favourite coastal town. Enjoy everything from world-class sailing and paddle boarding to kayaking and picnic boat trips – which can all be arranged for guests direct from the hotel’s quay.

Enjoy laidback luxury in your twin or double bedroom with breath-taking views over the harbour, and savour a hearty Cornish breakfast every morning. The Greenbank is the only hotel in the south west to boast its own quay and private pontoons – meaning guests can arrive by land or sea.

From wandering the town’s cobbled lanes to lounging on the hotel terrace – you’ll be captivated by Falmouth and what it has to offer. And at the end of the day, the plushest of rooms await. Whether it’s a lazy lie-in with breakfast in bed, a soothing spa treatment or long soak in your bath tub – there’s every excuse to retreat to this Cornish coastal hideaway.

For your chance to win this prize, please answer the following question...

In which year was The Greenbank originally built?

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