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Win a luxurious overnight stay at Scotland’s premier destination Stobo Castle Health Spa

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With an international reputation for tranquillity and its approach to health and wellbeing, Scotland’s Stobo Castle Health Spa offers an indulgent haven to relax.Situated in Peeblesshire, the luxuriously restored Scottish landmark has been run by three generations of the Winyard family over more than four decades and offers the perfect place to unwind and enjoy fine hospitality.The venue was crowned the best luxury romantic destination spa at the World Luxury Spa Awards this year, with voting cast by guests.Stobo Castle’s managing director, Elliott Winyard, said: "There is something extremely romantic and magical about escaping to a Scottish Castle."It is an honour and a privilege to be recognised on such a prestigious stage for the dedication and commitment that our team at Stobo Castle continually and consistently deliver to our much loved and valued guests."You could experience that for yourself if you enter our competition to win an overnight stay for two with a three-course meal, full Scottish breakfast and two-course lunch included.

In addition, you will have unlimited use of the spa facilities, a range of fitness and relaxation classes and exclusive entry to the Japanese Water Gardens.The spa is perched on a hillside, nestled in stunning Scottish Borders countryside set around a picturesque loch.

From the moment you enter the grounds and travel the sweeping driveway, you get a sense of the serenity you will enjoy.Stobo Castle combines modern spa facilities with first-class service and adds a special touch to make it your very own personal sanctuary - with customised spa treatments available to detoxify, smooth and revitalise.

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