Win a Short Break for Two at Delphi Lodge

 Delphi Lodge

To celebrate their recently announced membership of Ireland’s Blue Book, Delphi Lodge would like to offer a lucky winner the opportunity to enjoy a short break at this delightful 1830s country house fishing lodge in Connemara.

Located in a wild and unspoilt valley of extraordinary beauty, the 1000-acre Delphi estate is one of Ireland's hidden treasures. Surrounded by Connemara’s highest mountains and overlooking the lakes and rivers of the Delphi valley famous for their salmon and seatrout fishing, the historic lodge is a perfect holiday hideaway - a wonderful choice to escape the outside world for Prince Charles in 1995.

Delphi Lodge and its charming self catering cottages are surrounded by popular hillwalking trails and exceptional wildlife including otters, badgers, pine martens, peregrine falcons and myriad wild flowers, yet it’s just 20 miles from the pretty Georgian town of Westport with its championship golf course and many amenities. Beaches within easy reach include some famous for surfing - or take time to climb Ireland’s famous pilgrimage mountain, Croagh Patrick, or visit one of the many nearby islands, Achill, Clare Island, Inishturk and the Aran Islands.

The lucky winner of this free competition will have a short break for two people sharing (subject to availability), to include:
•   1 night’s accommodation in the beautiful Delphi Lodge, in a premier lake view room
•   A memorable 5-course dinner
•   A complimentary bottle of wine with dinner
•   Full Irish Breakfast, prepared to order

Read more about Delphi Lodge 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 Georgian town is Delphi Lodge near?
Birr
Kenmare
Westport

Question 2. What is the name of the famous place of pilgrimage near Delphi Lodge?
Glendalough
Croagh Patrick
Clonmacnoise

Question 3. Which marketing association is Delphi Lodge a member of?
Ireland’s Green Book
Ireland’s Black Book
Ireland’s Blue Book
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