In our latest competition, we've teamed up with Living Rooms to offer readers the chance to win an overnight stay for two at Weymouth Mews in Marylebone, London.
This competition is now closed. Congratulations to the winner, who is Stacey Verhaak from London, UK.
A short walk from the restaurants and boutique shops of Marylebone High Street, Weymouth Mews is the latest addition to the Living Rooms collection, which offers rooms and suites that emulate private homes, as an alternative to hotels.
Weymouth Mews was shortlisted for the RIBA London Award 2019, recognising excellence in architecture projects completed in the UK capital.
Readers are in with the chance of winning an overnight stay for two in one of the property's seven apartments, designed by architects Morrow + Lorraine.
The Grade II-listed property has been renovated to maximise natural light, with many of the apartments also benefitting from outdoor terraces.
Inside, Living Rooms' founder Tracy Lowy has styled the space with original midcentury furniture, as well as a selection of prints, commissioned pieces and retro record players.
Weymouth Mews' guests enjoy a dedicated 24-hour telephone concierge and access to a local boutique gym.
Living Rooms describes the mews property as "the hotel alternative, providing the seclusion and freedom of a private home, but with all the services and perks of a five-star hotel".
Bicycles are also provided for exploring the local area, as well as an iPad with an edited neighbourhood guide.
On arrival, guests receive a tailored food and beverage welcome pack including their choice of milk, bread, preserves and a bottle of wine.
"It's about feeling at home," said Living Rooms. "Enabling guests to live like a Londoner in fashionable surroundings, combining the whatever-you-need spoiling of a hotel with everything needed to make a home-away-from-home."
Living Rooms is a collection of residences and a hotel by Tracy Lowy, including The Laslett in Notting Hill, No.5 Maddox Street in Mayfair, and Europa House in Little Venice.
Stays at Weymouth Mews can also be booked online with prices ranging from £280-£800 per night excluding VAT.
Competition closes Tuesday 13 August 2019. One winner will be selected at random and notified by email, and his or her name will be published at the top of this page. Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. You must be over 21 to apply and the prize must be redeemed by 13 August 2020.