Win a Minibreak in Bath

The Bath Festival is fast approaching, and to celebrate it we've teamed up with our pals at Bath Festivals, and one of our favourite cool places, Brindleys Boutique Hotel to bring you an exclusive competition this January.  We're not just giving away ten Bath Literature Festival tickets to any event of your choice. Oh no.  We're also giving away a complimentary two night's mid-week bed & breakfast at Brindleys – one of Bath's most stylish and luxurious boutique hotels.

How to Enter

Feeling lucky? Well entering couldn't be easier.  Just click on this facebook post and name the famous Bath landmark in the picture. IMPORTANT: your answer will only be accepted provided you share the post on your own Facebook wall. It's that easy. Answer the question and hit the share button. You will then be entered into a draw and the lucky winner will be picked at random.  

**The competition ends at midnight 30th January 2014.  The winner will be announced on Facebook Friday 31st January 2014.  

Please read the full T&C's before entering.

Our Partners

Bath Festivals brings leading international performers, writers and thinkers to Bath every year to inspire, entertain and challenge audiences of all ages and artistic tastes.The Independent Bath Literature Festival in March 2014 will explore the feeling of pure joy and inspiration we get from the written and spoken word. Over ten Spring days in this World Heritage City, a plethora of national and international names will bring a sprinkling of love and laughter, guaranteed to excite and delight in these uncertain times.

As usual the programme showcases the best of fiction and non-fiction, plus names from comedy, sport, food, philosophy, nature and history: Germaine Greer, Hanif Kureishi, Lionel Shriver, AL Kennedy, Rowan Williams, Henry Blofeld, Jennifer Saunders, Alain de Botton, Michael Rosen, Russia’s best-selling novelist Boris Akunin, Kirsty Wark, Game of Thrones’ Gemma Whelan, Mock the Week’s Mark Watson, Mark Hix, Claudia Roden

View the full line up here.

The family-owned Brindleys is a charming 1870s townhouse tucked sweetly away in the residential backstreets of Bath – a mere ten mins from the city centre.  It's more than just a place to rest your head, and instead a home away from home.  A perfect blend of boutique opulence mixed with homely comforts, which is precisely what you need after a day of Bath sightseeing. Take a look at their website for more details.