Win a luxury spa break for someone deserving

This is a fabulous prize worth £1,000

We’ve always appreciated how wonderful our readers are so we’ve teamed up with QHotels, the four-star luxury hotel group, to give you the chance to nominate someone you think should win this amazing spa break worth £1,000. Would you like to thank a friend who has been there for you through thick and thin? Do you know someone who’s gone through a difficult period and would appreciate this opportunity to relax and recover? Or maybe a family member, carer or someone you work with is an angel in disguise. Write in and nominate them for this two-night spa break including dinner, bed and breakfast for two, an upgraded room with a hamper of ESPA products, a blissful spa day complete with 85 minutes’-worth of treatments each and a delicious breakfast each morning at their choice of QHotels’ 26 individually designed spa hotels* in the UK.

With many QHotels located in the beautiful countryside but within easy reach of city centres, you and your guest will have the chance to enjoy breathtaking views and the best of service while dining in the restaurant and relaxing in the hotel spa. And of course get ready for some serious pampering! Your choice of hotel has all your needs covered. During the break, you will have access to the health club facilities including (dependent upon your chosen spa) a swimming pool, whirlpool, gym, sauna, steam room, heated loungers plus experience showers. You will also each be treated to two luxurious ESPA treatments from QHotels’ highly trained therapists.

For more information, and to find your nearest spa, visit

Prize is subject to terms and conditions detailed below:
Prize must be taken within 6 months of win
There is no cash alternative and prize is non transferable
Hotel choice excludes The Spa at the Midland, Manchester
Stays are subject to availability

To nominate someone you think should win this amazing spa break fill in and submit the form below:

This competition closes on 31/12/2017

This competition has now closed.


19 Responses to Win a luxury spa break for someone deserving

  1. Katrina Adams says:

    My Occupational Therapist (and friend) deserves to win this spa break. She puts up with so much in her job role and gets very little thanks for it. She is amazing and always has a smile on her face, ready to help people when she has issues of her own. There is no one more hardworking and deserving of this break.

  2. Karren Waldron says:

    Omg I’d love to share this prize with my lovely sister.

  3. Judy Nash says:

    My Mum – Jean Johnson

  4. ,Ron Sinnott says:

    Since my wife passed away my youngest step daughter has been a tower of strength for me

  5. Samantha Stanley says:

    I would like to nominate my husband. Since I became disabled in 2011 he has held down a full time job, cared for me when necessary, done all the housework and stepped up and cared for my son.
    He has done all this whilst suffering from depression and he has never moaned or complained. He is such a loving husband and really deserves some pampering.

  6. Mary Calleja says:

    my husband

  7. David Goodship says:

    My wife deserves a spa break. She needs to relax because she always says she feels like a teepee and a wigwam. She’s two tents!

  8. Sheila Evans says:

    I wish to nominate my son Adrian and his wife. When my husband died Adrian, with the help of other family members, found out that the house I bought had many problems and he virtually had to rebuild it, walls, ceilings and floors.He was truly amazing and now he is building his own business back up again. He has health problems himself since an accident in Thailand and really needs a lovely break for the two of them!

  9. IAN CHEYNE says:

    My wife Helen Cheyne, married 35 years but she has cared for me and my disability for the last 26 years and deserves a special treat that i could never have enough money to treat her to a prize like this

  10. Debbie Hilliard says:

    My husband Paul, he is my rock and I adore him, even after 34yrs!

  11. Haydn Dunant says:

    My wife of 36 years. She has had to put up with me for all of that time. She deserves a medal!

  12. keren mary curran says:

    my friend tricia shes a fantastic mum whos been through numerous health problems and the loss of ther mother

  13. hayley pemberton says:

    i would love to treat my mum

  14. Sandra Baker says:

    For my mum who is getting frail and supported our family all her life.

  15. Carlene Hamilton says:

    My daughter my world

  16. Anneka Avery says:

    I would like to treat my friend Ashley, she has Fibromyalgia and so do I. Its a curse of never ending pain we will have to live with until we die. The government dont help people with fibromyalgia and we are left to fight everyday. It would be wonderful to treat her to a spa day because for us it has immense benefits to have massage and hydrotherapy, plus its a great chance to unwind and hopefully forget the pain.

  17. Veronica Taylor says:

    I would like to nominate my big sister Catherine, she is the loveliest and kindest person, not just with her family, but with everyone. If anyone is not well she will visit, if anyone needs to get to an appointment she will take them, she will do anything for anyone. She just celebrated her 75th birthday on 20th November and this would be a lovely late birthday present

  18. Angela Gardner says:

    I nominate my daughter, Claire, who has been a tower of strength whilst my mother was dying, giving up her time to drive the 35 miles (70 round trip) at least twice a week to help me care for her. Without her, Mum could not have remained at home, to die where she wanted to be. I’m so grateful to Claire xxx

  19. Theresa Lee says:

    I would love to win this for a very special lady who put everybody before herself. She works almost 24/7 on her small farm, caring for her animals around the clock, especially in spring (lambing season). She campaigns tirelessly for women, men and children affected by Domestic Violence. She has had a very ruff few years and has been diagnosed with PTSD but is slowly on the mend. Having a treat like this would be amazing for her, she never gets any relaxation time, as she puts everyone else first.

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