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Wake up to a view of one of Britain's natural wonders

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Imagine waking up in your tent to a view of one of Britain’s most stunning natural landmarks.

Locations like Durdle Door, Cheddar Gorge and Snowdon are normally strictly off-limits to campers, but now tourism bosses have agreed to open them up to a limited number of campers.

And even better you get to do it in a rooftop tent on top of a specially equipped Mini Countryman. Mini has teamed up with VisitEngland and Visit Wales to offer overnight stays at one of these iconic spots. The lucky guests will also have itineraries created for them, including activities such as coasteering, caving and abseiling.

For a chance to enjoy one of these limited ‘money-can’t-buy’ nights, you need to enter a ballot at www.mini.co.uk/roomwithaview.

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