It's that age-old dilemma: what to do when you're looking for a location that's welcoming, memorable and doesn't break the bank.

If this sounds all too familiar, we've got the answer in Cubitt House, a collection of pubs and hotels that includes The Thomas Cubitt, The Alfred Tennyson, The Orange and The Grazing Goat, all in the beautiful settings of Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Pimlico and Marylebone.

Cubitt House delivers upmarket but down-to-earth hospitality in a country-style setting in the city. The venues offer an escape from the hustle and bustle without having to leave the capital, and from the moment you walk through the door – whether it's for dinner or a night's stay – you instantly feel at home. Choose from a range of local ales, a wine list of aromatic whites to full-bodied reds, or a carefully crafted cocktail list. You can enjoy dishes from the venues' seasonal British menus, all while overlooking some of London's most picturesque neighbourhoods.

This year, Cubitt House's venues are hosting a series of four banquets: The Feast of Beasts. Working with their suppliers, they have carefully curated menus designed around tradition, fun and frivolity, including The Pie Banquet, The Beef Banquet, The Nose-to-Tail Banquet and The Game Banquet.

Want to experience all of this for yourself? We've got a fantastic prize for one lucky winner and a guest to enjoy a truly memorable evening on us. The prize includes a night's stay at either The Grazing Goat or The Orange, including complimentary breakfast the morning after, as well as dinner for two at your choice of either
The Thomas Cubitt, The Alfred Tennyson, The Orange or The Grazing Goat. For the chance to win this great prize, just answer the question below.

For more information, go to cubitthouse.co.uk

The question is: What is The Grazing Goat?

Competition closes: 7th March 2017

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