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Win A Scottish Break

Comp Hotel Indigo

EdinbHotel Indigo Logourgh is loved for its architecture, history and creativity, which makes it the ideal destination for a minibreak. The four-star boutique Hotel Indigo is a short walk from Waverley station, independent shops, theatres, museums and restaurants, and is a stylish example of Edinburgh’s classic Georgian architecture. Original and unique features blend with contemporary design and bold colours in the 60 individually designed rooms and public spaces. Enjoy a Scottish gin or malt whisky cocktail in the quirky bar, and enjoy Scottish hospitality with complimentary local treats from the minibar, such as haggis-flavoured crisps, and delicious Scottish smoked salmon at breakfast.

We’ve teamed up with Hotel Indigo Edinburgh to offer you the chance to win a two-night break for two people including breakfast and morning tea on one morning, worth £400. This gem of a hotel is located just a few minutes’ walk from where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born, close to where Robert Louis Stevenson grew up and where Alexander McCall Smith set his 44 Scotland Street novels. History and arts lovers can explore Edinburgh Castle, visit the museums and galleries or see a once-in-a-lifetime show.
For more details, visit www.edinburgh.hotelindigo.com

How to enter

This competition is only open to Candis members that subscribe to the magazine. Competition closes on 31/01/2020.

Fill in the form on page 135

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27 Responses to Win a Scottish Break

  1. Sue says:

    I love Scotland but have never spent time in Edinburgh, so this would be great to win.

  2. Mr Lester says:

    Exploring Edinburgh is one of the things on my bucket list of things yet to do.

  3. Pat Knight says:

    We regularly go to Edinburgh on the train to then visit our daughter in Peebles. A wonderful city with fantastic museums and beautiful gardens. A city rich in culture and history. A must for everyone.

  4. Maria Fowkes says:

    We’ve never been to edinburgh before but love city breaks and love scotland x

  5. Gillian Whitehurst says:

    Edinburgh’s just brill!

  6. Joan Russell says:

    Edinburgh is just perfect relaxring week end.

  7. Jenny Gillett says:

    Beautiful scenery, and friendly people.

  8. Jean Suthers says:

    I would love to win the Scottish Break for my daughter, she hasn’t had a break from home for many years.

  9. John says:

    Edinburgh was where we went for our summer holidays, some 60 years ago, to visit my dad’s family just off Leith Walk. I suspect the smell of freshly baked bread at the corner shop is no longer there, as well as the steam trains at Waverley station. Great memories.

  10. Janet orton says:

    It’s on my bucket list

  11. Shirley says:

    We have friends in Scotland but have never visited them, I would love to visit Edinburgh and then spend a few days visiting our friends

  12. Sian says:

    It is my eldest daughters 18th this year and I’d love to win this break to take her.

  13. sue krueger says:

    I’ve always wanted to visit Edinburgh but have never yet done so.

  14. Jill says:

    We’ve never been to Edinburgh, it would be fantastic to be close to all that history and to explore. What a great experience it would be.

  15. Deborah Casey says:

    We have visited for the day when staying nearby but have never spent the evening/night there.

  16. Melanie Beynon says:

    Im from Wales and would love an excuse to visit scotland

  17. Czeslawa McIntosh says:

    I would love to visit Edinburgh as I have never been.

  18. Chris says:

    My wife was born near Edinburgh and she loves to return and visit relatives. She’s retired from a very challenging career and I would love to treat her to this experience.

  19. Anita Owen says:

    My mum is from Dundee but is too elderly to travel on her own now – weirdly she has never been to Edinburgh – this would be a lovely treat for her. Thank you

  20. Mary Ernest says:

    Would love to go to Edinburgh and enjoy the Scottish hospitality. Need a trip after this lockdown.

  21. Jacqueline Henshaw says:

    We have only ever been once and would so love to go again but there is always something else for the money.This would be wonderful

  22. Gwen Kokborg says:

    This would be a wonderful gift to give either of our daughters after their very tough weeks in lockdown. One is immune suppressed because she has had a kidney transplant and has to shield. She has, therefore, not been allowed to leave her one bedroom flat for the duration and hasn’t even got any outside space! She is a marvel , how she has coped without complaining! Our other daughter is 7 months pregnant and a teacher, so has had to spend most of her pregnancy in lockdown which at times has been very stressful without the usual support you get with your first pregnancy. Even now, his birth circumstances are uncertain and worrying! I so wish I could I could of more help and support to both of them but feel really useless as my husband is over 70 and also shielded. This would be wonderful!

  23. David Clarke says:

    Never visited Scotland although my grandmother was Scottish born in Aberdeen.Would love to go.

  24. Elaine says:

    We really enjoyed our trip two years ago to Scotland, would love to go back.

  25. Moira Flynn says:

    Love Edinburgh. Still have many sights yet to see there.

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