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12 Jul 2019

Win a five-night Scottish adventure

The 3 Sisters mountains at Glencoe
Three Sisters at Glencoe

This unforgettable prize for two adults and up to two children will take you to some of our most treasured places with private tours and a thrilling Land Rover safari, luxury accommodation, delicious dining and a National Trust for Scotland one-year family membership to enjoy!

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The prize includes:

Two-night stay at Auchrannie Resort, Isle of Arran

Experience the tranquillity and stunning natural beauty of Arran at Auchrannie Resort. Situated in extensive wooded grounds with gardens awash with colour, Auchrannie has everything you’ll need for the perfect break; from a trio of restaurants, two leisure clubs and a luxury spa, to outdoor adventure activities and soft play for younger guests. You might even spot Goat Fell – the island’s highest peak – from your room!

 

Two-night stay at the Lodge on Loch Lomond, Luss

Escape to the Lodge on Loch Lomond and discover a unique destination on the beachfront, enjoying magnificent panoramic vistas. Discover the modern newly revamped restaurant and terrace offering uninterrupted loch views and alfresco dining, relax with a stroll along the beachfront, explore the quaint historic village of Luss, or hop on the water bus for a day out at Loch Lomond Shores.

 

One-night stay at The Pierhouse Hotel, Port Appin

Relax and unwind at one of Argyll’s most idyllic destinations, nestled on the shores of Loch Linnhe. Originally the 19th-century residence of the pier master, the hotel offers spectacular views across the loch to the Isle of Lismore, the Isle of Mull and the hills of Morvern, Ballachulish and Ben Nevis. Savour award-winning local produce and fresh seafood in the renowned AA Rosetted Restaurant and explore the many scenic walks on your doorstep.

 

Private Tour and Lunch at Brodick Castle, Garden & Country Park

The ancient seat of the Dukes of Hamilton and Britain’s only island country park, this grand baronial castle and estate offers the perfect family day out. Enjoy the interactive visitor experience in the castle while admiring a brilliant collection of period furniture, silverware, porcelain, paintings and sporting trophies. The formal gardens are home to the Silver Garden Trail and Plant Hunter’s Walk as well as ponds, waterfalls and woodland trails. Looking for adventure? Run, climb and swing through the Isle Be Wild play area, or look for wee folk on the new Fairies and Legends Trail.

 

Private Tour and Lunch at Culzean Castle & Country Park

Perched on the Ayrshire cliffs, this magnificent 18th-century castle was designed by Robert Adam. It sits within a glorious 260-hectare estate, home to 40 buildings, 17 miles of pathways, 120 hectares of mixed woodland, one of Scotland’s largest walled gardens, a 5 hectare pond, the Adventure Cove and Wild Woodland play parks, almost 3 miles of cliffs, rocky shore and sandy bays, and even a Deer Park with a small herd of red deer and llamas! Inside, admire Robert Adam’s Oval Staircase and one of the largest collections of British military flintlock pistols in the world.

 

Private Historical Land Rover Safari at Glencoe

A place of history, wildlife, adventure and myth, Glencoe is known equally for its awe-inspiring views and sorrowful past. Start off in the refreshed visitor centre, your gateway to exploring Glencoe. Follow in the footsteps of the Clan MacDonald and experience the powerful emotions of the tragic Massacre of 1692. Climb (or just admire) one of the eight Munros that tower over the glen, and experience a completely different view of the glen and its wildlife as you enjoy an exhilarating historical Land Rover safari.

 

Private Tour and Lunch at The Hill House

Considered to be Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s domestic masterpiece, this unique building was a commission from Glasgow book publisher Walter Blackie for up-and-coming architect Mackintosh and his wife Margaret Macdonald, who created almost everything you see here. A 10-year pioneering conservation programme has recently commenced, with Stage One seeing the opening of the Hill House Box. This protective steel frame structure is covered in chainmail mesh and features walkways around and over the top of the house. Explore the Box, the new visitor centre and café for a unique heritage experience.

 

A National Trust for Scotland one-year family membership

Receive a one-year family membership for two adults and up to six children. Enjoy hundreds of family adventures, from perfect picnics to exciting adventure playgrounds, tranquil woodland walks, wildlife spotting and much more!

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