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Win a spa break at the Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa in Windermere

PUBLISHED: 09:39 08 October 2018

Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa in Windermere

Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa in Windermere


Set in the spectacular scenery overlooking England’s longest lake, the Lake District’s first luxury resort is offering you the chance to enjoy the perfect getaway.

The beautiful new pool at the Low Wood Bay Resort & SpaThe beautiful new pool at the Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa

The hotel has been transformed into the Lake District’s first luxury resort and is the place to stay and relax in excellent accommodation with fantastic facilities.

With a new World Heritage Site as the perfect backdrop, Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa is offering an amazing prize for a lucky reader:

Accommodation: A two night bed and breakfast stay with dinner on the first night.

Spa: A two hour Thermal Journey, ‘The Cabin Walk’ and ‘The Mud Room’ experience at the newly opened Low Wood Bay Spa.

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To win the prize, you must correctly answer the following question:

English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues run two well-known 4-star hotels in North Lancashire. One is Lancaster House Hotel. What is the other venue?

- The Wild Boar

- Waterhead

- The Midland


Please send your answer on a postcard with full contact details including your email address and mobile number by October 25th 2018 to:

Low Wood Bay Competition, Lancashire Life, The Barn, Elms Farm, Hobb Lane, Daresbury, WA4 5LS. Alternatively, submit your answer in our online form.

For full Archant Terms and Conditions and details of opt in please visit Unless you have chosen to receive other information from us and English Lakes Hotels and Resorts & Venues we will only use the data you provide for the purpose of running the competition. u

For further information about Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa, or to book a stay, visit

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