It's the final competition in our 2019 advent calendar and it's a bit of a gem. We have an overnight stay, with dinner, at The Lodge at Ashford Castle to give away.
Throughout December FOOD AND WINE has had a competition running every day, with prizes including a dining voucher for Avoca, an overnight stay for two at The Mayson in Dublin, and a €250 Just Eat voucher.
For this final competition we have a trip to the beautiful Lodge at Ashford Castle in Co Mayo on offer. Our winner will enjoy an overnight stay, with full Irish breakfast and dinner in Wilde’s restaurant for them and a guest. Our winner will also receive a luxurious gift hamper from Mrs. Tea's Boutique.
With views across Lough Corrib and 350 acres of estate grounds to explore, The Lodge at Ashford Castle is a haven in the west of Ireland. It's also known for the award-winning first floor restaurant, Wilde’s where Head Chef Jonathan Keane, focuses on the best local produce to create innovative dishes.
A stay at The Lodge can always include a visit to nearby Ashford Castle to experience Lady Ardilaun’s afternoon tea.
The One, Two, Tea package at The Lodge at Ashford Castle runs until 31st January 2020 and includes an overnight stay with breakfast, dinner in Wilde’s at The Lodge at Ashford Castle and afternoon tea for two in Ashford Castle itself. The package starts from €375 per night, based on two adults sharing.
HOW TO WIN:
We have a luxurious overnight stay at The Lodge at Ashford Castle to give away, complete with full Irish breakfast and dinner in Wilde’s for our winner and a guest. They will also receive a luxurious gift hamper from Mrs Tea's Boutique. To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question:
Q. Which lough does The Lodge at Ashford Castle overlook?
Ts & Cs: Competition closes midnight on Monday, December 30th 2019. One entry per person. Entrants must be 18 years old or over. Based on availability. This prize cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferrable. Competition is open to residents of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.