Win two nights on Skye (closed)

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Win two nights’ dinner, bed and breakfast for two people at Scotland’s Hotel of the Year.

The great outdoors and romance – that’s the wild and wonderful appeal of Skye.

We’re offering readers the opportunity to combine both by staying at one of the island’s most romantic and luxurious hotels.

Gazing down over the Sound of Sleat to the mountain peaks of the Knoydart Peninsula, Duisdale House was voted Scotland’s 2013-14 Hotel of the Year. It was also named the best wedding, romantic and style hotel in the Scottish islands.
Set within 35 acres of mature gardens, it has 18 bedrooms, some of them four-posters.

Skye is a great year-round destination, with activities including sailing, diving, kayaking, cycling, fishing, hillwalking, strolls along some of the highest sea cliffs in the British Isles, or tackling peaks in the mighty Cuillin mountain range.
After a day out on the hills or coast you’ll be hungry – and what a feast awaits on your return!

Duisdale’s award-winning AA 2 Rosette fine-dining restaurant features dishes based on produce from the surrounding hills, fields, rivers and sea. The décor and ambience are akin to those of a top city restaurant but the atmosphere is more relaxed and convivial.

To enter the competition, fill the form below with the answer of the following question: Which peninsula does Duisdale House overlook?

www.duisdale.com

This competition is now closed.

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13 comments on “Win two nights on Skye (closed)
  1. Diane Shek says:

    You have no submit button 🙁

  2. Les Smithard says:

    I’m trying to enter the Duisdale House competition but there is no enter/submit button on the form. Have tried both Internet Explorer and Firefox but not there

  3. Caron Proctor says:

    Happy New Year

  4. jason walsh says:

    great

  5. Rebecca Branagan says:

    Fab 🙂

  6. john wright says:

    I’m trying to enter but am not on facebook!

  7. N Bowie says:

    I was going to enter (and subscribe) but then realised I have to like your facebook page? Why? This is a low grade marketing policy that doesn’t reflect well on your publication. If you have to resort to this to get likes then there is something wrong with your social media strategy.

    • Neil Braidwood says:

      Hi there – I am sorry you feel we are ‘resorting’ to a practice that is pretty common in the media world. But thanks for the comment, we will review how we run competitions in future as a result.

  8. Linda Rothen says:

    Great prize

  9. mohinder says:

    I wan shum o dat!

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