Once: Win a luxurious Family French holiday - Fairytale Castle

Found 28th May 2010
If problems with the 'aspx' script, use this link: waitrose.com/off…spx

Win a Fairytale Castle Holiday For Your Family - Enjoy a luxurious French holiday, courtesy of HIPP Organic
Chau Ribagnac is truly magical. The castle is situated in the Limousin Region of France which is fondly known as the French Lake District. There are numerous activities on the door step including water sports, cycling, riding and walking in the beautiful rolling countryside.
Your accommodation for this unique holiday will be a private area of the stunning castle, steeped in history. The hosts pride themselves on the venue being less of a hotel, but rather a luxurious home from home. With chickens, ducks and vegetable gardens to entertain the children, your holiday will delightfully combine rural wholesome living in splendid surroundings.
Q1. What have HIPP always used? = HIPP have always used the "highest quality organic ingredients" and know all there is to know about pure, nutritious organic food for newborns through to toddlers.



Thanks KAC, what a lovely prize!

Where is the comp? Link just goes to Waitrose page.:?


Would you mind posting the direct link please? I cant find the comp :-) Thanks

Original Poster


Its still there - looks like the 'aspx' script within the site sends you direct to their homepage, have tried posting the URL above into the post again, but still has the same effect!

The URL above works ok!

If moved again just search one of the text lines "Château Ribagnac is truly magical" and the word "waitrose"... the comp is active and can be found by searching within their own web search facility.

Cheers, Heat and Rep added:thumbsup:

Nice one, thanks!

Many thanks KAC!!

Entered, cheers.

sounds lovely fingers crossed
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