Win a Short Break for Two at BrookLodge

 Brooklodge and Macreddin Village Tucked away in a valley high up in the Wicklow Hills, BrookLodge & Macreddin Village is a wonderful destination at any time, and it is especially relaxing and restorative under the current circumstances.

The warm BrookLodge welcome is very much alive and well - and, as they say themselves, “When planet Earth came to a halt in March, we got busy in Macreddin, made the most of our time and gave our Village Bedrooms a facelift which we are very excited to show to our guests.” Also, to allow for the extra space needed for social distancing, they extended the hours at the famous organic Strawberry Tree restaurant by introducing an Early Bird Menu - so, together with the Macreddin Village Stay Safe Programme, it's the perfect Safe Staycation for those who appreciate good food.

With plenty to do on site, including visiting The Food Village with Actons Country Pub and treatments at the Wells Spa (pre-booking essential) many guests see no reason to leave the premises - but that would be a pity as there is so much to do in the area, including golf, scenic walking on The Wicklow Way and visiting nearby attractions such as The Sally Gap, Glendalough, Powerscourt Estate and Avoca…

The lucky winner of this free competition will have a short break for two people sharing (subject to availability), to include:
•   An overnight stay for two in a deluxe room
•   Dinner for two - enjoy the new Early Bird Menu at The Strawberry Tree, Ireland's first certified Organic Restaurant.
•   A memorable Full Irish breakfast next morning

Read more about BrookLodge and Macreddin Village on their website

To enter the competition simply tick the answers to the questions below (you must be a member, click here to join, it's free):

Question 1. Which river flows through Limerick?
The Liffey
The Blackwater
The Shannon

Question 2. Limerick is famous for which historic castle:
Blarney Castle
King Johns’ Castle
Slane Castle

Question 3. Limerick City’s famous market is called:
St George’s Market
The English Market
The Milk Market
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