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Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Win! A luxury UK mini break for two!


Everyone we've spoken to recently has said that they need a holiday. So we've decided to give one away! We've teamed up with our friends at Enjoy Bed & Breakfast to give you a luxury weekend break. They've got hundreds of gorgeous places to stay ranging from cute and quaint to swanky and stylish, so we've had a search and picked a bunch of our favourite locations for one lucky winner to choose from.


You could go to Scotland and stay at My Edinburgh Life.


You could pop down to Bournemouth. If you do, you'll get to stay at The Living Room and play on that chaise longue.


Fancy Taunton in Somerset? Frog Street Farmhouse looks divine.


How about a bit of old school glamour at the Ambassador Townhouse in Southport?


Or if Cheltenham takes your fancy (handy for the races), then we'll put you up in The Colesbourne Inn.

Want to win? Then you need to leave a comment below telling us which of these you'd most like to visit. Click on the links, take a look at each one and then pick your favourite! Please DON'T leave anon comments - we can't get in touch with you if you do. We'll pick a winner at random and you'll get a two night weekend break for two, with breakfast included. You've got until  midnight on Friday August 10th to enter.

Good luck everyone!

Really, really exciting small print:
  • The competition will close at Midnight on Friday 10th August. The winning entry will be chosen at random and you must claim your prize by noon on Monday 13th August or we'll draw it again.
  • The competition is open to all UK residents aged 18 and over and isn't open to anyone directly involved with Domestic Sluttery (yes, we're sulking), the companies or organisations with whom the competition or offer is being run, their agents, or anyone directly connected with the promotion. Proof of identity and age may be required.
  • Only one entry per person and no cash alternative offered.
  • The holiday is subject to availability and must be booked by 1 December 2012 and taken by March 1 2013. The prize comprises two nights’ accommodation for two adults in a double room with breakfast. The winner may choose a stay at one of 5 luxury B&Bs in the UK.
  • Once a booking has been confirmed no changes are permitted. If a booking is cancelled by you, no alternative booking will be issued and the prize will be deemed to have been used. We offer no cash alternative and prize winners must accept prizes in the form offered. Prizes are not refundable or transferable and the prize may not be used in conjunction with any other promotion by Enjoy Bed & Breakfast Ltd or any other third party.
  • Enjoy Bed & Breakfast Ltd acts as a booking agent on behalf of its Supplier(s). For all bookings your contract will be with the Supplier(s) concerned. The suppliers booking conditions will apply to your contract and details can be obtained on request.
  • Standard Enjoy Bed & Breakfast LTD Terms and Conditions apply. All entrants to competitions and offers are deemed to have accepted these rules and agree to be bound by them These Terms & Conditions are subject to English Law and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

303 comments:

  1. i would love to stay at the living room in bournemouth, the beach there is fantastic. This will make a fabulous break

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  2. I LOVE Edinburgh, and have been desperately searching for a good excuse to go back! It is the most incredible city, and I feel like I've only just cracked the surface...I'm ready to go DEEP!

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  3. Oh Frog Street Farmhouse definitely sounds and looks like my kind of place!! Fingers crossed xxxx

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  4. Double hands up, yes please we fancy Taunton in Somerset. With a name like Frog Street Farmhouse who can resist. Oh and doesn't the exterior look gorgeous. Plus we don't know Taunton. Plus we need a holiday.

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  5. Just yesterday I was thinking about how much I'd love to go for a little break in the countryside, breathe in some fresh air and maybe torment some sheep with shouts of 'mint sauce!'. I'd love to take my other half to Frog Street Farmhouse, it looks so quaint and relaxing, perfect for us.

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  6. The The Living Room Looks lovely and perfect for a cute weekend by the sea :D

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  7. I too would love to stay in Bournemouth in The Living Room as I do love to be beside the seaside!

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  8. Frog Street Farmhouse looks wonderful & I love the name!

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  9. I too would love to stay in Bournemouth in The Living Room as I do love to be beside the seaside!

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  10. I too would love to stay in Bournemouth in The Living Room as I do love to be beside the seaside!

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  11. The Taunton cottage looks ludicrously adorable. I would die to go there! X

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  12. The Frog Street Farmhouse looks idyllic. A weekend there would be heaven! :)

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  13. I would be happy to win a break at any of the locations. Just a break sounds divine... coping with two teens and toddler during the school holidays. Enough said???

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  14. Frog Street Farmhouse is definitely for me - so much character in the building and lots of outdoor space to enjoy too! I love Somerset...

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  15. Edinburgh! (But only because it looks like you need a car for Taunton)

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  16. Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Edinburgh... for a romantic trip away with my best boy.

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  17. I would love to stay at The Living Room in Bournemouth! That chaise longue has got my name written all over it :)

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  18. Oh do send me to Sommerest- I've never been and I do deserve a rewords for sticking ot my office chair durring the Olympics :)

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  19. Edinburgh for sure, I love that city so much and it would be the perfect excuse to go back!

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  20. I'd go for Bournemouth. Could have a stylish time on the beach or playing on the 2p machines in the pier. Or if the weathe ris bad make use of the Living Room's dvd library or curl up in front of the fire with a good book and cup of coffee!

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  21. Edinburgh. Close geographically but a world away in terms of luxury!

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  22. I'm spoilt for choice! If I won, I'd love to go somewhere I've never been, take advantage of this lovely summer we're having and head to the beach! So Southport or Bournemouth would be my choice!

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  23. Oh! Definitely Edinburgh, as it has been ages and t'bf has never been. We're in the middle of moving as I'm relocating to his city/we need a bigger flat and we could definitely do with a holiday as a result!

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  24. Somerset we would love to stay
    Frog Street Farmhouse is the place to play
    Our 20th anniversary this year we hit
    A weekend away would do us for a bit!

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  25. Boyfriend has been craving a beach break so a long weekend in Bournemouth sounds perfect! :)

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  26. The Colesbourne Inn near Cheltenham looks wonderful.

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  27. I would love to stay at the Frog Street Farmhouse in Taunton - it looks so beautiful and romantic - exactly what I need at the moment, after moving twice in 2 weeks and again in 6 weeks!!

    My bf's parents live in Exeter and it would be great to have an excuse to go and see them!!

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  28. Edinburgh! My boyfriend lived there for a couple of years and I'd love for him to have such a great excuse to show me around!

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  29. Edinburgh! Lots of great memories and can't wait to get back.

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  30. It would have to be the Frog Street Farmhouse for me. Lots of reasons why:

    - The name! Frog Street! Joy. I would like to live on Frog Street.
    - The location - I have always wanted to explore Taunton and the mystical history of Somerset
    - The decor - it is just how I imagine my perfect home to look like - wood features, cosy blankeys, seagull ornaments perched on windows
    - The farm - Much fun to be had and fresh farm eggs at brekkie. Double win
    - The Wisteria - again, my dream home would be draped in wisteria....

    But mostly - that bath. Mmmm am dreaming of bubbles and champagne and a bloody good book. I need a soak in that bath. DS please make my dreams come true!

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  31. Frog street Farmhouse pleasy pleasy please...I have just been made redundant I need some cheering up, this would do the trick

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  32. Tauton gets my vote - awesome name and it's where cider is from! Double points in my book x

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  33. I'd go for Cheltenham. I'm not really interested in the races, but a really good friend lives who hasn't got room for me to stay at her's so it would be lovely to be able to visit. Also, Le Champignon de Sauvage is in Cheltenham and I could justify going for dinner there with what I'd save on the room. Oh I really want to win now!

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  34. I adore Edinburgh. And I think My Edinburgh Life would fit perfectly with my Edinburgh life.

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  35. Oooh Taunton would be amazing, I've never been to Somerset so I could get my pagan on! xx

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  36. I would choose The Colesbourne Inn in Cheltenham as i have never been to that part of the UK and neither has my boyfriend so we can discover it together. Fingers crossed

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  37. I adore Edinburgh. And I think My Edinburgh Life would fit perfectly with my Edinburgh life.

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  38. They all look wonderful! I think my favourite is The Ambassador Townhouse, which is a bonus since I've never been to Southport. Sounds like perfect stress relief to me!

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  39. Wow! The wooden bed at the living room in Bournemouth looks so inviting! I'd love to visit that one!

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  40. The Colesbourne Inn looks absolutely charming! Cheltenham has been on my list of places to visit for a while. I'm envisaging a relaxing weekend of charity shopping, afternoon tea-ing, wine drinking and maybe a teeny tiny flutter at the racecourse... dreamy!

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  41. My partner and I would love to spend time in Southport. It has been on our "must see list" for a long time; we simply didn't have funds to go there yet. It seems like such a lovely place for nature lovers, love the beaches and footpaths but also we are really keen to try some of the local produce as we both are foodies. Break in Ambassador Townhouse would be such a treat as we also both like old school (I prefer to call it vintage ;P) glamour. :) Thank you for this opportunity and good luck to everyone. :)

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  42. I would go to Taunton, I used to go to university in Exeter and would love to go back to the area again :)

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  43. I was torn between the Living Room and the Frog Street Farm House but I will have to go for the latter due to all the cute bird decorations, they are lovely. And the breakfast looks amazing!!

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  44. They all look wonderful, but Bournemouth for me, I think. A bit of beach is always a good thing, any time of year.

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  45. I've never been to Edinburgh, would love to go!

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  46. *sharp intake of breathe* Frog Street Farmhouse: the only time I went to Taunton I worked solidly for 3 days and never saw the lovely little town; plus it's a hop skip n a jump from the coats for some relaxing beach-combing; plus it's cider country; plus we run our own business so need a holiday!

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  47. Well, as I currently live on the south coast, used to live in Southport, my parents lived near Taunton for years and I've been to Edinburgh a number of times, it would have to be Cheltenham! But they all look beautiful and well worth a visit.

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  48. The Colesbourne Inn looks gorgeous. I love the rustic vibe.

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  49. I would be absolutely ecstatic with any of them! It's a difficult choice but I would choose The Frog St Farmhouse, as I have never been to Taunton.

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  50. I would like to go to Bournemouth as that is where I met my partner years ago and to re-visit it together in such a beautiful hotel as opposed to the grubby students dorms would be a lovely trip down memory lane!

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  51. My boyfriend and I have both been to Edinburgh separately but would love to visit the city together - so My Edinburgh Life please!

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  52. I would love to win a stay at My Edinburgh Life. I have never been to scotland and I feel like I am massively missing out.
    Amberley
    [email protected]

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  53. Oh wow, the Farmhouse in Taunton looks just like perfect, but I fear if I went there for a weekend I'd never want to leave!
    @thatdenisegirl_

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  54. Corinne Mackenzie1 August 2012 at 11:02

    Perfect timing! Just booked a week's leave from work and wondering where to go. We would choose Frog Street Farmhouse as a luxurious launch pad (the Garden Room looks divine) and leap around Somerset, visiting places that have been on our 'to do' list for years like Wells, Tyntesfield and Hestercombe Gardens.

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  55. I would love to go to Edinburgh, thank you!

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  56. I'd love to go to Taunton and stay in the lovely looking Frog Street Farmhouse. A romantic weekend escape but not too far from the grandparents so we can drop off the little one there for his own adventure!

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  57. Ahh how exciting. I'd love to stay at My Edinburgh Life. I really really want to go to Edinburgh Zoo to see the Pandas.
    Fingers crossed. x
    [email protected]

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  58. Hands up for a stay in Bournemouth at The Living Room please! Thanks- LJ ([email protected])

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  59. Would love a relaxing weekend by the sea in Bournemouth. We've just had a buyer pull out of a house sale at the last minute, have just had to pay for another survey on a different house and the exhaust fell off my car yesterday! Would be lovely to get some good news. Plus I think Domestic Sluttery is just a out the best thing on the net. Blatant flattery and sucking uppageness?! Yup! :-)

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  60. My Edinburgh Life is just round the corner from my all-time favourite sushi restaurant, Sushiya - a perfect food and city destination! @katieAhunt

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  61. I would love to take my girlfriend to My Edinburgh Life as it could make me cooler!

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  62. I think it's going to have to be Bournmouth - the allure of that chaise lounge is too much! Plus, it's by the sea :D

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  63. I'd love to have a relaxing break in Bournemouth with my wonderful boyfriend. It's been a bit of a rubbish copule of months and we could certainly use a break!

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    1. Not sure if my facebook profile link is working. It's https://www.facebook.com/%23%21/chelley.brooks#!/chelley.brooks I think, otherwise you can email me at [email protected] Thanks!

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  64. They all look amazing, but the 'My Edinburgh Life' would be lovely to get away to. It's a bit further away than the others it would feel like a proper holiday!

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  65. Ooooh, Colesbourne Inn please. They had me at 'glory sausage'served for breakfast. Louise x

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  66. I would love to stay at "My Edinburgh Life" as have wanted to visit Edinburgh for ages and my friend has just opened up her yummy marshmallow shop!

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  67. Oooh definitely My Edinburgh Life for me - what a fabulous location! Email address is [email protected]

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  68. Frog Street Farmhouse looks just perfect xx

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  69. I'd love a mini break to Bournemouth, as I've been having a rubbish time lately (work, home & love life) so I could really do with a bit of 'me time' to unwind & recharge my batteries :) xxx

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  70. The Ambassador Townhouse looks amazing. I love the old school glamour and I've never been to Southport so it would be the perfect excuse for a break.

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  71. It would have to be The Living Room in Bournemouth! We used to holiday in Alum Chine as kids, but I've not been for nearly 20 years! I'd love to go back. And play on the chaise.

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  72. I think it would have to be My Edinburgh Life - the boy and I have been trying to squeeze in a trip for ages now, and this looks beautiful.

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  73. I would love to stay at 'My Edinburgh Life' - the place looks gorgeous and Edin is the first place i went away with my other half. We could go for a re-visit!!

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  74. I would love to stay in the living room in Bournemouth please!! x

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  75. My husband and I have never been on holiday in the 6 years we've been together (we didn't even have a honeymoon). The Frog Street Farmhouse looks so romantic, it would be a wonderful place to spend our first holiday. Fingers crossed! x

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  76. I would absolutely love to stay at Frog Street Farmhouse. That cute heart shaped cushion, the barn style door AND an opportunity for Somerset Cider? I'M IN!!!

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  77. Oooo Colesbourne for me, best of everything, close enough to be able to leave the dogs for the night (they are so badly behaved like their owners we can't get sitters) and shopping in Montpelier!!!

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  78. I would dearly love to stay in Edinburgh - it's a big birthday for me this year, and my birthday happens to fall on Hogmanay so this would be a perfect birthday present!

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  79. I'd love to stay at My Edinburgh Life. It looks so trendy and stylish and we've never been to Edinburgh before!

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  80. I have never been to Edinburgh, and I have been wanting to visit for a really long time, so it would be a dream come true to stay at My Edinburgh Life.

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  81. The Colesbourne in Cheltenham definitely! Lovely competition :)

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  82. I would LOVE to visit My Edinburgh Life with my fella. Neither of us have been that far north, and would really enjoy a romantic getaway (so long as Bear the dog could stay with his grandparents!)Plus look at all that Decor Porn! Amazing.

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  83. This is so hard! Edinburgh is a gorgeous city which I would love to go back to, the Colesbourne Inn food looks amazing, and I'd love to walk along the beach at Bournemouth, but Frog Street Farm takes the biscuit - from the wisteria clinging to the front wall to the promise of local food and the beautiful Somerset countryside, it looks like heaven :) The perfect remedy to a long 3 months spent apart from my other half!

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  84. My mummy could really do with a well deserved break so I think I would like to try and win Bournemouth for her as we have never been!

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  85. Edinburgh please!! Any excuse to get out of Hartlepool, and I might even be able to persuade my husband to come with me! LOVE Edinburgh :)

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  86. The Colesbourne Inn looks fantastic! A perfect place to spend our first wedding anniverary.

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  87. Definitely Edinburgh, have wanted a weekend getaway there for a while! Great competition! xxx

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  88. I'd love to stay at Frog Street Farmhouse in Somerset! My boyfriend lives in Bournemouth, so it'd be great a great excuse to have a little getaway together :)

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  89. They all look amazing! Would have to be My Edinburgh Life for me though - it's where I was when I found out I was expecting so holds special memories. Fabby competition! :0) xx

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  90. Wow Bournemouth floats my boat! I love the sea!

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  91. Ooh so much choice, Taunton looks amazing, but I think I would choose The Living Room in Bournemouth so I could see the sea! Desperately trying to save for a wedding, so no holidays for us for the next year and a half and Bournemouth isn't too far to travel from Surrey :) I can be found on twitter @dawnbdesign Fingers crossed for everyone! :)

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  92. I would love to win a stay at The Colesbourne Inn, near to Cheltenham. I sometimes drive past this place on my way home from work and have always wanted to take a closer look! A beautiful place in a picturesque area.

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  93. Frog House Farmhouse please :-) I could not fail to feel instantly relaxed after pulling up to that beautiful stone cottage with the purple flowers. @egoelvin on Twitter

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  94. My grandma was born in Somerset and I've always wanted to visit her home county, so I would definitely choose Taunton. Thanks guys! :)

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  95. Frog Street Farmhouse. The name alone I love but the images - beautiful decor - vintage, quirky and different. It looks like a delight to stay in. A place to get away from the day to day stresses and grumbles and unwind in a little bit of English paradise.
    The outside too just looks like a dream house, who wouldn't want to spend a weekend there dreaming away.

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  96. Edinburgh would be fantastic, never been to bonny Scotland and would love to explore! xx

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  97. Definitely Frog House Farmhouse...have you seen those fluffy cushions?! @emmadb

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  98. The Living Room Bournemouth is my choice. I'm gonna propose to my girlfriend if I win!

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  99. They are all delightful, but please can I go to My Edinburgh Life? Pleeeeaaase? Pwetty pwease?

    x

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  100. I have to plump for Frog Street Farmhouse - the decor is lush and I'd have the opportunity of sampling the county's very fine cider - yum!

    Lise x

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  101. Too many choices, we have family in both Edinburgh & Bournemouth, although Frog St Farmhouse in Taunton looks divine, my home county!! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  102. The colesbourne inn in South Port looks great!! I'd go
    For that!

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  103. Oo Southport please! A nice easy drive from Manchester: the beach for me and a fabulous secondhand bookshop to keep my husband happy. Lovely.

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  104. Frog Street Farmhouse! Is it on a street full of frogs? I do hope so although that might get messy if I wear heels. Will need to rethink footwear...

    But Frog Street all the way for me. I can already smell the Wisteria around the doorway. Ahhhhh.

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  105. So many to choose from! I cannot go on holiday this year, so a weekend in Brighton would be fantastic. Paskins Town House looks like the right place to go!

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    1. Stupid me, the choice was within your pre-selection (sorry I cannot read)
      The Frog Street Farmhouse looks too gorgeous to resist, yes please!

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  106. My Edinburgh life please! Have embarrassingly never made it to Scotland in my life so, it'd have to be top of the list!

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  107. Edinburgh would be my top pick, but I wouldn't say no to any of the options!

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  108. Frog Street Farmhouse has that special inviting me to book appeal.

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  109. frog street farmhouse looks lovely, just what this stessy mummy needs!

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  110. I would adore reclining in my very best vintage clothes on the chaise long at the Living Room in Bournemouth whilst being fed cream cakes and tea x

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  111. You are so right, I really need a holiday right now. I would adore to stay in the lovely frog street farm house in Tauton. Tauton is such a beautiful place and I love the fact it's on Frog street, so fun. It would be wonderful to have a little holiday right now with my fiancé it will be our first together :-) love the blog Emma xx

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  112. I really like the look of The Living Room in Bournemouth. I've never been that far on the south coast so it'd be a lovely weekend break for me and my girlfriend.

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  113. Believe it or not, but I've never been to Bournemouth! I'd love to visit, and stay at The Living Room -- it looks divine!

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  114. Oh the Frog Street Farmhouse, no question - just a great name!

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  115. The Colesbourne Inn looks just gorgeous. Perfect for a romantic anniversary getaway.

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  116. Awww, Frog Street Farmhouse is the winner for me, with a name like that!

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  117. They all look fabulous! But that jaw-droppingly beautiful wooden bedstead in The Living Room clinches it for me - Bournemouth please! Seaside and a lovely bed and yummy pork sausages for breakfast. Nom nom nom!

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  118. I'd go to any of these gorgeous gorgeous getaways, (although perhaps Edinburgh way to near my mother) but am crazy for Cheltenham where we sometimes treat ourselves to a wander-about day but never splash out on staying over (I do have a drive-by gaze 'The Hotel' and at the mad-posh, intriguing / strange 'Ellenborough Park' - way out of my league, I'd seriously look like the help there). Would do Jamie O bloke's Courthouse gaff for lunch (his giant olives on ice there are nom) and then to end it off with a night at the Colesbourne would be the UTTERLY PERFECT eve to my kinda day, cherry on the top & seriously lush heaven big treat for me (and man). Colesbourne looks super-cozy rec anyway for a future blowout treat though even if I don't get picked (sigh & tut).

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  119. And coming up on the inside rail... The Colesbourne Inn in Cheltenham for me!

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  120. Bev Bee Watkins (from FB)1 August 2012 at 14:48

    A trip to Taunton in pretty Somerset,
    Would be just so relaxing I would bet,
    Hands held tight to the Glastonbury Tor,
    Pop to the Theatre, Castle grounds to explore,
    My Aussie fella could go watch the cricket
    at the County Ground, bat, ball and wicket,
    A grown-up break for the two of us,
    with no little people to make a fuss,
    A stay in the Farmhouse that's in Frog Street,
    For us would be the most perfect treat!! xx

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    1. Bev Bee Watkins (from FB)1 August 2012 at 14:56

      [email protected] (just in case) x

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  121. The Ambassador Townhouse in Southport looks ace! The Gormley statues just down the road in Crosby is one of my favourite places in the WORLD and you're not too far from a hearty pan of scouse either.

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  122. taunton every time for me mmmmmmmmmmmmm cider!

    [email protected]

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  123. How do the Living Room produce such perfect poached eggs?! I'd like to go to Bournemouth and learn please! Mine have never turned out looking like that...

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  124. Oh. My. Goodness. What an amazing offer. The choice would be much harder to make, except that as the year goes on I'm more and more inclined to stay close to home, just in case I go into labour! This might be a fantastic chance for my husband and I to have a luxurious weekend away, just the two of us, before we are beset with dirty nappies and sleeplessness at the beginning of November. The B&B on your delicious list which is closest to home is the Colesbourne Inn, which happens to also be very near the town where my parents were living when my mum was pregnant with me (spookily circular!) and where I've never been. Also, the menu looks amazing - not that I'm preoccupied with food, oh no. Thanks!
    (and it's [email protected] just in case you want to get in touch - I'm a technical dunce so I can't make any of those other options work properly)

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  125. Wow! All of them look amazing! But I would have to pick My Edinburgh Life. I wish my life were like that! I would love a lil trip up north! Thanks!!

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  126. Taunton looks perfect! And it's cider country!

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  127. Frog Street Farmhouse. They all look fantastic but the one is Taunton is definitely my favourite! What a lovely building and a great name.

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  128. I would most definitely stay at My Edinburgh life! I have wanted to visit Scotland for the longest time and this looks divine. Thank you!

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  129. They all look amazing, you guys find us the nicest prizes :-) I would have to choose Edinburgh - it has a BBQ!!! Plus it's a fabulous city that I love wandering around and exploring

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  130. Would have to be My Edinburgh Life...far enough away from home to feel like a break away but close enough to race home to our two little cherubs once our weekend was over :)

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  131. The Living Room, Bournemouth would suit me just dandy :) Never been to Bournemouth and that looks like a sweet way to do it!

    emmaherself[atgmail][dotcom]

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  132. Has to be My Edinburgh Life, our first holiday as a broke student couple back in the day, now married with bambino and couldn't help but notice they have an on-line concierge for baby sitting.............

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  133. I love Edinburgh and we were hoping to book a break up there - so My Edinburgh life looks perfect.: )

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  134. Aww they are all so pretty. I've always wanted to go to Edinburgh; 28 years old today and I've never really been further north than the M4; Bournemouth girl who went oop north to Bristol and stayed!

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  135. Olivia

    I'd head off to the Living Room in Bournemouth for a crazy/relaxing weekend of partying all night, building sandcastles on the beach, snapping pics of the scene and eating til we're stuffed. Please treat me! xx

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  136. Anne-Marie ([email protected])1 August 2012 at 19:50

    The Townhouse please - we need to stay fairly close to home, but I'd love some rest and recuperation with my lovely husband... My mum has pneumonia and is in a HDU, my husband's dad has a cancerous growth on his head and it needs removing asap (at the grand old age of 93) and we have no spare cash for a break! If I tell you everything else that is stressing us out then you'd think I was making it all up! Please consider us, we could be so grateful...

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  137. The one in Edinburgh looks amazing!

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  138. Cheltenham would be lovely please :)

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  139. I love the Edinburgh one!!

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  140. My Edinburgh Life I think wins by a nose but the rest look yummy as well. Rx

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  141. Am torn between the Frog Street Farmhouse and the Living Room in Bournemouth... They both look amazing! Bournemouth just wins out though, it's a lovely place, and the rooms look amazing :)

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  142. It would have to be the Frog Street Farmhouse in Taunton...cosy window nooks, patchwork quilts and wisteria climbing over the door - it's my dream cottage come to life!

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  143. I'd love to have the chance to go back to Edinburgh and My Edinburgh Life is a particularly nice looking way to do it. :)

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  144. What a fantastic prize, they all look beautiful but I would pick The Living Room, Bournemouth. I would love a trip to the seaside. Haven't managed to have a holiday in a while an a relaxing weekend would be something lovely to look forward to.

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  145. Its been 19 years since I've visited Cheltenham so thats my ideal break.

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  146. I was thinking on my way home tonight how much I need a trip north of the border, and it's been far too long since I went to Edinburgh. So I would definitely go there, it's one of my favourite places in the world and I'm a homesick Scot!

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  147. It would have to be Somerset, I love it so much down there!

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  148. After spending far too long looking at the different options and daydreaming about romantic breaks I think I have finally decided that Frog Street Farmhouse in Taunton is my favourite. It's exactly how I hope my home when I 'grow up' will be. And that bath! Oh my, if we won I don't think I would leave the bathtub for the whole stay.

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  149. Would love to stay at my Edinburgh life please!

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  150. These all look mega-swanky, but as i've never been to Scotland, I would have to choose My Edinburgh Life for a brief jaunt up to the north :)

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  151. I'd like to sip a G n T on the terrace at The Colebourne Inn and perhaps induldge in a little afternoon tea and cake while looking at the lovely views.

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  152. The Living Room in Bournemouth looks lovely. Please can I go there?

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  153. It was my birthday yesterday and I had to cancel all plans (for the whole week) thanks to a nasty sinus infection. A minibreak at my edinburgh life would make me feel MUCH better.

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  154. To be honest any of them would be a fabulous break for me and my boyfriend. We have been together for a year and because of working conflicting hours have NEVER had a night together followed by a long lazy morning... I think for that, the bed at The Colesbourne Inn looks most comfy!

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  155. I'd love to stay at My Edinburgh Life, it looks lovely and I've never been to Edinburgh!

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  156. I want to say in Edinburgh - cant believe Ive never been !

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  157. The Living Room in Bournemouth please! We Londoners need to see the sea again, it's been too long.

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  158. Nicola McConnell2 August 2012 at 10:57

    Ooooh Edinburgh please! My boyfriend and I have never been on a break that doesn't involve visiting family, and Edinburgh is the furthest one from all the family down south mwahaha! :)

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  159. I'd love to go the The Living Room in Bournemouth as we haven't been to the seaside in yonks, but it's a bit far away. My Edinburgh Life would be amazing instead - it's gorgeous and relatively close to the Zoo - pandas!

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  160. I would love to stay in my Edinburgh Life - I went to university in the City, and my mind often wanders there while I'll sat at work... I'd like my feet to do the same!


    On top of the beautiful surroundings in a stunning city I'd get to touch base all those gorgeous friends I never seem to get to see despite our best intentions... recipe for a perfect weekend? I think so.

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  161. Edinburgh!! It would be lovely to get away with my other half to celebrate our 6 years together (and it been 5 since we've had a 'real' holiday), plus I can do some sneaky shopping on the side :)

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  162. Ooohhh Edinburgh definitely. Used to crash there on friends' floors when we were students but less acceptable now I'm masquerading as a proper grown up.

    Boyfriend is away training with the army until late November, and I have a big decision coming up at work in October, so it would be the perfect get-away after all of that!

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  163. Edinburgh, methinks - although Somerset would also be fun... Tricky!

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  164. .......oh yes please! the Frog Street Farmhouse in Somerset for me! It looks soooo lovely although they all do!

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  165. I'd love to go to Edinburgh with my sister - it was one of our late grandfather's favourite places, he used to go to the festival there every year and my sister and I have never been so it would be lovely to go there together in his memory. My sister has also been feeling rather down recently so a sisters' weekend away in a lovely b&b sounds like the perfect uplifting getaway!

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  166. I would *love* to win a weekend at the Colesbourne Inn and surprise my husband for our very first wedding anniversary... The Cotswolds are one of my favourite areas, and living abroad now, we don't get to go there often enough because we don't have people to stay with. Fingers crossed!

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  167. An Edinburgh getaway would be perfect!

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  168. Oh crikey! Decisions have never been my strong point! I think I would have to plump for Bournemouth. The Living Room looks fab, quaint, quirky, quixotic (?, starts with a 'Q') and any opportunity to hit the seaside and splash the contents of my penny jar in the arcades, cannot be missed! Mmmmmm, fish and chips....

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  169. It would have to be Edinburgh for me. After finally reclaiming my husband from the Olympic Opening Ceremony (8 months of him coming home once every 6 weeks) we urgently need some 'us' time together. In reality it may be more like, he will sleep and I will shop for cool little housey things but at least we'd be in the same city for a change :-)...

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  170. I would love to go to Southport. I love the seaside and have good memories of visiting there as a kid.

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  171. It's got to be Bournemouth for me. It is wear my husband took me 6 and a half years ago when we first started dating. We have always said we would love to go back.

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  172. My Edinburgh Life in Scotland pleeeease! We've never visited before and it would be a perfect excuse to hook up with my bestest friend from school!!! Kate

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  173. I actually haven't been to any of these places.... Our 5 day staycation got ruined this year with my boyfriend having a repeat illness and he's been in an out of hospital all year. We're going to give it another go once he's better and I'd love to take him to The Frog Street Farmhouse please!! x

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  174. I love Scotland! Send me to Edinburgh please! My Edinburgh life looks wonderful x

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  175. My husband and I try to escape for a beach weekend every January to lift our spirits in the dark days, so I'd love to take him to Bournemouth! I might not leave that coffee lounge.

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  176. I desparately, desparately want to go to Edinburgh and see the pandas.
    Dawn

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  177. Definitely The Living Room in Bournemouth... perfect location for mine and boyfriend's graduation in November, and a great way to relax after three years of hard work - that bed looks amazing!

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  178. Oh wow <3! I would love to got to Scotland! But really all the places look devine! xx

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  179. My Edinburgh life looks fabulous! I would love to visit Scotland!

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  180. The Colesbourne Inn. And not because it's the only one that shows pictures of food. Honest. I'd love to take my hubby away for a romantic weekend in the Cotswolds, and that inn looks perfect.

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  181. My Edinburgh Life would be delightful. haggis and battered Mars bars please!

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  182. Edinburgh would be my choice, with Bournemouth & Southport as a close 2nd. They all look stunning, and would make a super break. I have received amazing news this morning & could do with a celebration! :)

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  183. Edinburgh looks amazing :)

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  184. It would have to be the Frog Street Farmhouse, just gorgeous. Forgetting all worries over a glass of something in a peaceful English garden would be perfect! :)

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  185. Yorkie-Yorkie Yorkshire, good cheese and kendal mint cake!

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  186. They do all look fabulous, and would all be great, for different reasons. But I'd love to go to The Living Room in Bournemouth. There is just something so special (and slightly naughty in a very British way) about a weekend at the seaside.

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  187. Well this is a tricky one. Since I am off to Edinburgh for work shortly, I think that I shall opt for the other end of the UK and Frog Street Farmhouse... in my favourite part of the world. It looks perfectly serene and after a hectic summer that is exactly what I need!

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  188. I've wanted to go to Edinburgh since reading One Day. And the place has a garden, so it would be just perfect!

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  189. Evelyn Armstrong6 August 2012 at 08:57

    On my, what a decision. Eenie, meenie, meini, mo! I can't do it, they all look so lovely. But seeing as you are twisting my arm, I'll have to say the My Edinborough Life one. My husband and I (that sounds funny - we are newlyweds) have always said we would like to go and spend some quiet time away in Scotland. Evelyn

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  190. Marie Caruso ([email protected])6 August 2012 at 11:37

    I feel spoilt with choice! But if forced to pick one... I choose The Living Room in Bournemouth. Quite far from the sea where I am, so I want to go splash and get my feet wet! Fill my face with their to-die-for food, get comfy and cosy on that chaise longue and relax with a nice glass of red in hand, pretty please :) x

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  191. Definitely the Colesbourne Inn for me. True British period pub and B & B with character, comfort and style. My daughter has never been to the Cotswolds so it would be a perfect opportunity to show her around (and for me to be spoilt :-))

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