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Win a 2 night Spa Break for you and your Mum @ Visit the Isle of Wight

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Found 20th Feb
Looking for a perfect gift to give your Mum this Mother’s Day? Well look no further as Visit Isle of Wight has teamed up with the Melville Hall Hotel to give one lucky winner the chance to surprise their mum on Mother’s Day with a fantastic 2-night break at this super Spa hotel on the beautiful Isle of Wight. This wonderful prize also includes a relaxing back, neck and shoulder massage for you and your Mum as well as ferry crossings to the Island.
This prize is for 2 night’s bed and breakfast for 2 adults (minimum 18 years old) staying in a standard twin room at the Melville Hall Hotel in Sandown, Isle of Wight. The prize can be taken at any time in 2017, subject to the hotel’s availability. Also included is a relaxing back, neck and shoulder massage for 2 people at hotel and a choice of return car (1 x car with 2 passengers) or 2 x foot passenger ferry crossings from Portsmouth to Fishbourne, Southampton to Cowes, Lymington to Yarmouth, or Southsea to Ryde.
The winner will be notified by e-mail by 21st March and the prize voucher will be posted to the winner to hand to their mum on Mother’s Day, Sunday March 26th.
We recognise that not everyone has the traditional family set up. So, if you would prefer to bring your aunt, step-mum, dad, foster parent, carer or friend, you can still enter this competition. Just remember the prize is for one twin room – so if they're sharing the prize with you, you will be sharing a room!

In which Isle of Wight town Is Melville Hall Hotel situated?
Suggested answer: Sandown

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