The Wainstones Hotel North York Moors Combining the service and facilities of a SilverAward winning three star hotel with the atmosphere of aYorkshire country inn,Wainstones offers a warm welcome at Great Broughton,near Stokesley,on the edge of the NorthYork Moors,15 minutes’ drive from Middles- brough and an hour fromYork.The award-winning Endeavours Restaurant has a relaxing atmosphere,and the menu always includes fresh local produce and good home cooking.The hotel can ar- range many sporting activities,including game shooting and riding. Dinner and breakfast:from £45 per per- son per night.CCUK saving per night: £80.Saving,two nights,up to £160. OXFORDSHIRE Charingworth Manor Cotswolds, Gloucestershire One of our Members’ longstanding favourites,the delightful country-house hotel Charingworth Manor is a superb AA four-star hotel and spa set in private and secluded gardens within its own 50-acre estate in the heart of the Cotswolds.It offers a welcome retreat. All 26 bedrooms are individually dec- orated and have their own unique char- distinguished historian G MTrevelyan as having‘the most beautiful high street in the whole of England’.Within easy reach are the larger towns:Stratford-upon- Avon,Oxford.Banbury and Cheltenham. There is plenty of good sport and en- tertainment nearby,from National Hunt racing at Cheltenham to shooting,hound exercise with the local Hunts,the Cotswold and North Cotswold,coun- try-house opera-going,garden visits and stately home tours.Or you can spend time relaxing in comfort in the manor house itself,warming yourself by an open fire,enjoying the atmosphere,the food and wine,and all the other good things on offer.Dinner and breakfast: £69.50 per person per night. CCUK saving per night,up to £150.Total saving per two-night break,up to £300. SCOTLAND Blackaddie House Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire Multiple award-winning Blackaddie House Hotel stands in mature gardens running down to the banks of the River Nith—one of Britain’s finest salmon and sea trout rivers—in the village of Sanquhar,in the rolling hills of south- west Scotland.Not only is it in a beauti- ful setting,it is owned and run by Ian McAndrew,the youngest English chef ever to gain a Michelin star.Not surpris- ingly the hotel and the food are out- standing—three gold stars and a score of 100% fromVisit Scotland as well as twoAA stars for the restaurant.The combination of gourmet food,famous fishing,beautiful scenery,walking,and historic sites to visit,as well as a warm welcome for our Members (and their dogs) in a part of Britain that is warmed by the Gulf Stream,is irresistible. Dinner and breakfast:£75 per person per night.CCUK saving per person per night:£60.Saving per two nights £240. acter,offering every guest the comfort and relaxation of a country manor house.TheAA-rosette-winning restau- rant offers delicious food and wines,and the hotel has a fabulous spa,gym and swimming pool complex.The team at Charingworth Manor pride themselves on providing a warm and friendly wel- come to all who stay there. The manor house provides a base for visiting the whole of the Cotswolds,in- cluding Bourton-on-the-Water,Stow- on-the-Wold,Burford,Broadway and Chipping Campden,described by the Blackaddie House, near Dumfriess. Charingworth Manor, Gloucestershire. 227