PRODUCT: Weekend Break
PERIOD: OnceWin a luxury weekend break to Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in the Lake District.
To celebrate the release of Lucinda Riley's 'The Shadow Sister', we're giving you the opportunity to win a luxury weekend break to Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in the Lake District, plus admission to National Trust property and former home to Beatrix Potter, Hill Top.
Lindeth Howe Country House is an idyllic secluded retreat with superb views over Lake Windermere and to the fells beyond. This Country House Hotel was once owned by Beatrix Potter and is situated in six acres of magnificent grounds just outside Bowness-On-Windermere. The hotel boasts beautiful bedrooms, cosy lounges, and a roaring log fire in the winter. Lindeth Howe also features a two AA Rosette awarded Dining Room, with a delicious seasonal menu to suit all tastes; and, when you’ve finished enjoying a locally sourced meal, why not take advantage of the in-house leisure facilities, including a heated swimming pool and sauna, as well as the opportunity for holistic treatments on request. Find out more about where you'll be staying here.
Beatrix Potter’s beloved Hill Top is more than just the inspiration for her little white books. Full of her precious things, Hill Top encapsulates her passion that went on to dominate her life, preserving the landscape and culture of the Lakes. From traditional Lakeland furniture, to trophies for her prize-winning Herdwick sheep, Hill Top represents her legacy. The colourful garden is just as Beatrix knew it. Today, the National Trust continue in Beatrix’s footsteps, working in a changing world to conserve the Lake District forever, for everyone.
The prize includes:
• 2 nights stay at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in Bowness On Windermere in a Deluxe room
• 1 night Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
• 1 night Bed and Breakfast
• Glass of Fizz on arrival
• Admission for two to Hill Top
• A copy of 'The Shadow Sister'
The Shadow Sister
The Seven Sisters is a seven-book series telling the story of adopted sisters and based allegorically on the mythology of the famous star constellation. Following on from the bestselling 'The Seven Sisters' and 'The Storm Sister', 'The Shadow Sister' is the third book in Lucinda Riley's spellbinding series.
Star D'Aplièse is at a crossroads in her life after the sudden death of her beloved father - the elusive billionaire, named Pa Salt by his six daughters, all adopted by him from the four corners of the world. He has left each of them a clue to their true heritage, but Star - the most enigmatic of the sisters - is hesitant to step out of the safety of the close relationship she shares with her sister CeCe. In desperation, she decides to follow the first clue she has been left, which leads her to an antiquarian bookshop in London, and the start of a whole new world . . .
What number in the Seven Sisters series is 'The Shadow Sister'?