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Win a luxe £750 Stay & Gin Experience at The Marylebone Hotel

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Love a posh gin? Prepare to be ruined because Muddy’s discovered the delicious Marylebone Gin and it just happens to be distilled in the sexy surroundings of The Marylebone hotel in old London town. So we’ve put together two of our favourite things to give you an overnighter and gin experience worth a cool £750. Aren’t we nice?!

The Marylebone hotel is, frankly, stunning. It’s all about style and modernity here – relaxed, elegant, beautifully designed and perfectly situated for a saunter around London’s most refined district, or a zip into the city centre.

The 257-room luxurious crash pad prides itself in offering a relaxed vibe with an emphasis on cracking service and oodles of charm. Enjoy a night for two, with breakfast, plus an English Country Garden Afternoon Tea for two people in their lovely pantry at 108 Marylebone Lane with a Marylebone Gin flight.

Ah yes, back to the gin! Marylebone Gin has been created by eighth-generation gin maker Johnny Neill, using botanicals inspired by Georgian London and the rather exotic Marylebone Pleasure Gardens – a party paradise for the well-heeled to get their kicks. Marylebone Gin’s copper still can be found in 108 Marylebone Lane’s bar, her name is Isabella (named after Johnny’s daughter) and she’s blends in perfectly with the cool interiors and modern artworks of this popular local restaurant and bar. Quite aside from which, Marylebone Gin has some of the coolest branding we’ve seen in ages. Check it out below.

Want to win our Marylebone overnighter, worth £750? Race you!

Enter below to win:

  • A night for two at The Marylebone hotel, with breakfast
  • An English Country Garden Afternoon Tea for two people with Marylebone Gin flight at 108 Pantry
  • A bottle of Orange and Geranium Marylebone Gin

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