Friday, 15 June 2012

Timberstone Bed and Breakfast, Ludlow

Timberstone Bed and Breakfast, Ludlow

Holidays - these are the times we remember -  the love and the laughter.

Just a few weeks ago a friend came back from a trip fuming.   She’d been onto a website to check out the travel reviews and booked the accommodation for her break in confidence.  What she’d read online indicated that it was a lovely place to stay.

She paced the floor, coffee in hand and over several minutes ranted about how clearly the people that were commenting on the site had wildly different standards than hers.  The place was dirty, the people were rude and she’d been so unhappy she packed her bags and moved on to stay elsewhere.  I gingerly pointed out that this was her opportunity to tell the truth on the review site.  Her reply was short.  She said that commenting was all very well  .. but it was her break already been ruined.

So what to do when you want to go somewhere really lovely to take a break? Some of the review sites clearly have bogus people posting great reviews about hell holes.  How do you know that the place you are choosing is lovely? How do you guarantee charm, romance, and a break that we all remember for the right reasons?

As the conversation continued and I finally managed to get a word in edgeways I was surprised to find that my friend hadn’t heard of the Alastair Sawday books.  (I thought everyone knew about them.) My parents bought his first book about 20 years ago.  They’d sat in bed one Sunday morning, reading the Sunday Times  (.. as they have done for 40 years or more and read an article about Alastair Sawday and were hooked.)  They were absolutely thrilled when the book arrived and booked the bed and have since booked the breakfasts from the books every time they’ve been away.

Twenty years on and I asked mum why she still loves using the books “it’s like having a friend personally recommend you where to stay. “ she said.  Of course I skip straight onto the Internet to look for wherever I want to go and I know that if a venue has been picked by Alastair Sawday and invited to join the guide then it will be wonderful.  It’s so reassuring.

When I was invited to stay through Sawdays a few weeks ago at Timberstone cottage near Ludlow my husband had work commitments and couldn’t come.  All the same I was thrilled to be going to stay near Ludlow.  It’s famed for being a foodies paradise.

Crisp white cotton bedding and fluffy towels 

Timberstone was everything the Sawdays guide promised it to be. The welcome was warm, the dogs wagged their tails and Alex and Tracy were the perfect hosts.  It’s not easy to take a break with three young children, especially on my own but Tracy and Alex have two boys the same age as my children and within minutes the kids were working out the best way to climb a tree and I relaxed as Alex put my bags in my room.

Oh I can’t tell you how lovely it was to just relax.  There were fluffy white towels, really crisp white cotton bedding, and jugs of fresh flowers in all the room picked from the garden.  When I was offered a home cooked meal that evening and I can honestly say I was relived not to have to going out to find somewhere to eat. The food was comparable to any you would expect from a really good restaurant and Tracy explained that her love of food and working along side a top chef meant feeding guests was one of her favorite aspects of running a B & B.  The wine was superb. Again as we chatted it turned out that Alex and Tracy met whilst they were working for a wine merchant.  We spent the evening chatting and they gave me a great run down of the local food scene, which held me in good stead for the following day. I slept like a log in one of the most comfortable beds I’ve ever slept in.

I loved that all the food was locally sourced; the sausages at breakfast were outstanding, along with Tracy’s pretty pots of home made chutneys and locally made sourdough bread from Prices the bakers on the market square.


I loved the stay so much that I’ve booked to go again in July, only this time I will be sure to take my husband.  He’ll love it.

Ludlow. Fresh sourdough from Prices the Bakers on the market square, cheese from the Mousetrap and the local market was wonderful. 

 It is with delight that I can offer a one night stay as a prize at Timberstone for a couple.

RULES

Please see competition Rules before entering. This giveaway is open to all readers over 18 with a UK mainland address.  The winner will be chosen at random by randomizer.com.  You need to leave your e-mail address in order to comment, I am the only person that can see it. Please do not include your email in the actual comment as well.

This competition on behalf of Alastair Sawdays and they will be responsible for organizing the prize with the winner. Their decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

There is one main way to enter and there are lots more chances to win .. . and you must leave a separate comment for each bonus entry otherwise they will not be counted. 

For a chance to win please comment and tell me who would you take with you if you won?

For a 2nd chance to win  please follow @sawdays on Twitter and comment below to tell me you have done so.

For a 3rd chance to win please like Sawdays on Facebook and comment to tell me you have done so

For a 4th chance to win please Follow @Timberstone1 on Twitter and please leave a comment to say you have done so.

For a 5th chance to win please tweet me @VanessaKimbell and tell me who you’d love to take with you if you won – please comment to say you have done so.

For more chances of winning Tweet this article and comment below to tell me you have done so. Each comment counts and an entrance and you can have a maximum of 1 entry per day to win this break  - but you MUST comment with your twitter ID telling me you have done so!

Automated Entries are not allowed.  There is no cash or product alternative.  The invitation must be used by

Closing date of this competition is 4pm 11th July 2012 The winner will be announced on Twitter on the  July 12thth   2012




179 comments:

  1. It does look lovely there. I confess I wasn't familiar with Sawdays, but I will definitely be checking them out. Some years ago I booked husband and I a couple of nights away in two guest houses that looked very similar. Both were wonderful Georgian houses, each a former rectory, but they couldn't have been more different. One was perfection, the other, quite frankly, a dump!
    I would definitely take husband if I was lucky enough to win.

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  2. Timberstone B&B looks and sounds idyllic and I have added it to my wishlist of places to visit before I ..... you know the rest. I would take my hubby as I nearly lost him due to a cardiac arrest a while ago and we now just do everything and go everywhere we can afford and fancy - living for the 'here and now'. Ludlow would be a great place to visit. x

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  3. Timberstone looks and sounds idyllic, just the place to relax and rejuvenate. I would take my husband with him (Michael Bubble just isn't free at the moment)and it would be lovely to spend some real time with each other, time away from the cooking cleaning and, although I love them both dearly, our two teenage children x

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  4. One of my ambitions is to run a b&b so I am familiar with Sawdays. I adore visiting b&b's / hotels with character to enjoy their individual character and hosts. There's something uniquely British about it. I'd take hubby who is very fond of a full cooked breakfast!

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  5. I follow @Sawdays on twitter.

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  6. Ive liked Sawdays on Facebook.

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  7. I'm following @timberstone1 on twitter as @lindylulu47

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  8. I'm following you on twitter as @lindylulu47

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  9. Hi Vanessa, I have just stumbled across you while doing a search on Beg bicycles and I am totally in love! Your blog is absolutely gorgeous - and I have just spent the past half hour going through it, (much to my husbands annoyance - he's just made a lovely asparagus and bacon pasta dish and wants me to heap on the praise, but I'm totally distracted!) I love discovering something wonderful, when I'm not actually looking! Will follow on twitter, but am also following via e-mail.
    Lovely to have found you - your aesthetic and sentiment is SO in tune with everything I adore!
    Paula x

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  10. p.s. Have added you to my sidebar!
    x

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  11. Caroline Partridge15 June 2012 at 21:52

    Hi Vanessa,Timberstone B&B Looks absolutely fab.I have read about it before,I think it might have been a link from your blog/twitter a/c that directed me to it...and I spent a few drooling moments.I would so love a break from the hustle and bustle of family(4 children)/work and general routine of life....if I'm not in ,Ican't win!!I would definitely take my husband and share some adult time and as I've never been to Ludlow,it sounds a great foodie place to visit ....and I would find a few gardens to visit as well to completely roundoff my fabulous break.Over and out,thats me done!

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  12. Caroline Partridge15 June 2012 at 22:08

    I have followed @Sawdays on Twitter

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  13. Caroline Partridge15 June 2012 at 22:08

    I have liked Sawdays on Facebook

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  14. Caroline Partridge15 June 2012 at 22:09

    I have followed @Timberstone1 on Twitter

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  15. Caroline Partridge15 June 2012 at 22:10

    I have tweeted you on who I would liketo take with me if lucky enough to win.

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  16. Caroline Partridge15 June 2012 at 22:14

    I have tweeted link to your article and commenting here to let you know I have done that.

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  17. following @sawdays on twitter (@boo1003)

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  18. Hi Vanessa,

    Reading this article has made me fall in love with Timberstone! I would love to take my partner with me for a stay in this beautiful B&B!

    I have followed @sawdays and @Timberstone1 on Twitter and I have tweeted this article! I have also tweeted you telling you who I would like to bring if I won!

    And I liked sawdays on facebook! Would absolutely love to win this!
    My twitter name is @EliotCurtis

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  19. liked sawdays on FB (Mary Chez)

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  20. following @Timberstone1 on twitter (@boo1003)

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  21. I have tweeted who I would like to take with me also (@boo1003)

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  22. I would take my daughter as her baby is now 8 months old and my son-in-law could look after the baby overnight. My daughter so deserves a treat! Somewhere with good food that she hasn't had to cook herself; crisp sheets that don't harbour squeaky toys and above all, a timely retreat where she can revalue herself and regain momentum through rest.

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  23. I would take my daughter as her baby is now 8 months old and my son-in-law could look after the baby overnight. My daughter so deserves a treat! Somewhere with good food that she hasn't had to cook herself; crisp sheets that don't harbour squeaky toys and above all, a timely retreat where she can revalue herself and regain momentum through rest.

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  24. I already follow Sawdays on Facebook. Now additionally I follow on Twitter.

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  25. I would take my sister and we would have a lovely "foodie/girlie" weekend together (as we live so far apart. This B&B looks and sounds so welcoming and I have to admit I have never been to Ludlow.

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  26. Caroline Partridge16 June 2012 at 09:30

    My twitter name is @carolinepartrid

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  27. Should I be lucky enough to win a stay at this beautiful place, I would take my daughter who has just finished her GCSE exams. We both love browsing and shopping in places like Ludlow and would really enjoy the time together after all the stress of revision!

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  28. I have always wanted to visit Ludlow and Timberstone b@b looks lovely. Love to win

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  29. Timberstone looks gorgeous, I'd have to take my husband, we've been married nearly 5 years but had two kids close together and not managed to get away alone since then. Ludlow is close to where our parents live so they could look after the kids and we could have some much deserved time together :)

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  30. Following @sawdays on Twitter (@BELLA_and_WILL)

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  31. Liked Sawdays on facebook (can you tell I really would like this)

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  32. Followed @Timberstone1 on twitter (eek, clogging up your comments now)

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  33. I have tweeted you too (@BELLA_and_WILL)

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  34. I have shared your page/competition on twitter @BELLA_and_WILL - many thanks for this opportunity x

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  35. I've got my toothbrush packed. I love this sort of break and would take my best friend Jackie with me.

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  36. followed on Timberstone1

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  37. I'd take whoever is really nice to me between now and then.

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  38. I would take my ever-so-lovely husband
    @emma1111111

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  39. I am a Sawdays fan on Facebook (Emma L Clarke)
    @emma1111111

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  40. I follow @Timberstone1 on Twitter as @emma1111111

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  41. For a 5th chance to win I have tweeted @VanessaKimbell to tell her who I would like to take if I was lucky enough to win (my husband)
    @emma1111111

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  42. I have tweeted a link to this competition. As seen here: https://twitter.com/emma1111111/status/214407963664850946

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  43. I would take my partner to make up for subjecting him to a night away that I won at a hotel in Surrey. It was disorganised to the point of Fawlty Towers ( they actually issued another couple the same room number as us ) It would reassure him that there are lovely places to stay. Should have gone to Sawdays !

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  44. I have tweeted a link to this competition page for another daily entry into the competition.

    https://twitter.com/emma1111111/status/214604121074958339

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  45. I'd love to take my mum for a really relaxing stay with food that I don't have to cook.

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  46. Following @sawdays on Twitter as @happyfox

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  47. Like Sawdays on Facebook
    (Diana Cotter)

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  48. Following @Timberstone1 on Twitter as @happyfox

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  49. Tweeted you here
    https://twitter.com/happyfox/status/214774580596850688

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  50. I would definitely take my husband if I won, there is no one else I would rather spend a weekend with.

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  51. I have liked @sawdays on twitter, user @CeriKay. thanks

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  52. I have liked Sawdays on Facebook, user name Ceri Elinor Kay. Thanks

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  53. I have followed @Timberstone1 on Twitter, user @CeriKay. Thanks

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  54. I have followed you and tweeted @VanessaKimbell to say who I would take with me if I won. User @CeriKay. Thanks.

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  55. I've got to be hoenst, I'd never heard of Sawdays either but right after posting this comment, I'm going to check the website out!

    I would take my husband - we haven't had a break together for ages, besides, his favourite element of staying away from home is breakfast wherever he's staying, and I think he would be rather smitten by the sausages and homemade chutneys you mentioned in your review (two of his favourite things!)

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  56. I've never heard of Sawdays so that's for the recommendation. Sounds right up my street. I'd take my boyfriend as we both work away a lot from work and don't spend enough time together so this would be perfect to spend some time in a beautiful place. Thanks. Sarah

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  57. I have followed @sawdays on twitter (@skitchendiary)

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  58. I have liked Sawdays on Facebook (Sarah Garton)

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  59. I have followed @timberstone1 on twitter (@skitchendiary)

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  60. I have tweeted you saying who I would take

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  61. I have RTd your tweet in order to tweet the article. Thanks again.

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  62. I've never heard of Sawdays but if I win everybody I know will hear about it. Sounds brill. by the way, I'll take partner.....I think.

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  63. I'd take my husband, we've not been away since our son was born 15 months ago!

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  64. I would definitely take my hubby! A break from the 4 walls of a home office would be fab right now!

    Followed all @jobster1 on Twitter, and Jo McGawley on FB.

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  65. Hilary Hopkinson2 July 2012 at 16:08

    I've stayed at Timberstones twice now and loved it both times - it's everything you could want from a b&b and more! We had the lovely Garden Room last time which we can highly recommend. The shower was a little on the bijou side for my 6'5" husband but we were delighted to find the bed had a Tempur mattress like our bed at home and had the best night's sleep ever! Alex and Tracy are a delightful couple and welcomed us like old friends even though when we worked it out it had been 5 years since our last visit. Given the opportunity we would be down there every weekend we could spare - the place is just sooooo relaxing!!

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  66. Ive followed Sawdays on twitter ( @misspoppinsjnr and liked on facebook. some beautiful properties, just my sort of site! If I was lucky enough to win I would take my beloved partner.. Ludlow is not that far away from London but looks like the perfect break!

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  67. We pass through Ludlow on our way to see family up North so it would be lovely to take my OH our our little girl on the way back to extend our holiday and mayb even make it a regular occurance.

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  68. Following @sawdays via @nidgysmum on Twitter :)

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  69. Like Sawdays on FB via HONKI25 :)

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  70. Following @Timberstone1 via @nidgysmum on Twitter :)

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  71. Following & tweeted @VanessaKimbell via @nidgysmum on Twitter :)

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  72. What a lovely idyllic place ... would take my husband and make it extra special as he works so hard for the family xx

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  73. I would take my lovely boyfriend. We deserve a break.

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  74. I would take my other half, we sooo need a break! x

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  75. I would take my other half, we sooo need a break! x

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  76. I have followed @sawdays on twitter.

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  77. I have tweeted @vanessakimbell. x

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  78. I would tak my significant other!

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  79. Am following @Timberstone1 @KrisDelAgua

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  80. Following and tweeted @VanessaKimbell @KrisDelAgua

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  81. Have tweeted the article @KrisDelAgua

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  82. I would definitely take my lovely husband with me as we never get to sneak away for the night to have some time alone, so this would be perfect!

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  83. I follow @sawdays on Twitter as @solarsangel

    coppelia100@btinternet.com

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  84. I like Sawdays on facebook as Hayley Morris Todd

    coppelia100@btinternet.com

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  85. I follow @Timberstone1 on Twitter as @solarsangel

    coppelia100@btinternet.com

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  86. I would take my boyfriend, the wonderful James, this weekend we had to have a hen put down and he sat with me when I cried (which was most of the weekend), made me many cups of tea and came to the vets with me when the horrible moment came. I think he well deserves a spoiling!

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  87. I would take my husband and best friend, John, with me to this lovely place.

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  88. I have followed Sawdays on Twitter, liked Sawdays on Facebook, followed @Timberstone on Twitter, tweeted @VanessaKimbell on Twitter and left a comment about who I would take with me too! I think I have done it all!

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  89. I would take my wife of course :)

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  90. I would take my husband with me if I were lucky enough to win. We could do with a break away and this looks perfect.

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  91. I would take my husband. We could really do with a break away as we've had a difficult year with family bereavements and this would just be the ticket.

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  92. Looks beautiful! I'd take my boyfriend and have a relaxing foodie break :)

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  93. Like Sawdays on Facebook

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  94. I would give it to my parents as they're under a lot of stress at the moment, and a break away would do them the world of good

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  95. I would take my mum as she deserves a break

    c tindale ceriandjames@live.co.uk

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  96. i would take my hubby, since our son was born almost 10 years ago we havent had a night away on our own so this would be a lovely treat for us! ;o)

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  97. i would take my hubby for a romantic night away as since our son was born almost 10 years ago we havent had a night away on our own so this would be a lovely treat. :o)

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  98. timberstone looks fab not had a break in over 10 yrs so would take my long suffering partner claire with me for some much needed r & r

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  99. Tweeted as @lindylulu47 [Linda Hobbis]. ps now hobbisl38 not brooksl38 as recently married. x

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  100. If i won I'd take my long suffering partner - he's so henpecked by e he deserves a break he he x

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  101. Following @sawdays on Twitter :) @piprsky1

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  102. Liked Sawdays on Facebook :) @pipersky1

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  103. Following @Timberstone1 on Twitter :) @pipersky1

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  104. I've tweeted you @VanessaKimbell :) @pipersky1

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  105. I've tweeted the article too :) @pipersky1

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  106. Would definitely take my husband

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  107. Would definitely take my husband

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  108. I would take my husband with me.

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  109. Have followed on twitter (@sheridarby)

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  110. Following @Timberstone1 (@sheridarby)

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  111. I would love a special overnight stay with my hubby of 35 years (although we have been a couple for 40 years since I was 14). He is my rock and my best friend and I know we would enjoy a break near Ludlow. I know of Sawdays and often look and dream of all the places I would like to stay. What a fab place Timberstone is :)

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  112. I would take my husband as he is turning 50 next month and he loves the countryside :) I am following @ingypoo99

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  113. i would take my daughter as she could do with a totally relaxing night away

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  114. i would take my daughter as she could do with a night away that is totally relaxing

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  115. If I won, then I would give this break to my Mum and Dad. They love Ludlow and going to the racecourse there, but haven't been for a while so would be a great treat :)

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  116. I am following Sawdays on twitter

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  117. I am following Sawdays on twitter - @charbarcrazy

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  118. I am liking Sawdays on facebook

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  119. I am following @timberstone1 on twitter - @charbarcrazy

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  120. I have tweeted you about the prize :-) @charbarcrazy

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  121. I'd take my Hubby, aka Grumpsie. We call him Grumpsie because he likes to project a grumpy persona but when we manage to get away for the weekend he cheers up enormously! @piperanddaisy

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  122. following @sawdays on Twitter @piperanddaisy

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  123. liked Sawdays on Facebook as sue willshee @piperanddaisy

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  124. Following @Timberstone1 on Twitter @piperanddaisy

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  125. have tweeted you with who I’d love to take with me @piperanddaisy

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  126. have Tweeted this article @piperanddaisy

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  127. I would take my friend as she gave me the best gift this year, a beautiful God-Daughter so I'd like to treat her.

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  128. Im following @sawdays on twitter as @sjess82

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  129. Im a Sawdays liker on Facebook as Shelley Jessup (@sjess82)

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  130. I'm following @timberstone1 on twitter as @sjess82

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  131. I've tweeted to you who I'd love to take with me as @sjess82

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  132. I've tweeted this article with the web link address as @sjess82 (also included you in the tweet so you could see I've done it) thank you for a wonderful competition & good luck to all xx

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  133. I'd take my mum for a much needed rest! @angiehoggett

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  134. I would take my lovely husband with me :)

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  135. I have tweeted to you who I would take with me @mellysocks

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  136. I have tweeted this article @mellysocks

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  137. fantastic post and Thanks for sharing this info. It's very helpful.
    B&B in Jaipur

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  138. I would take my lovely husband of 27 years. I have completed all that is required for 5 chances. Following on FB as Elaine Fitzpatrick. Tweeting as @bluemoo17

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  139. have tweeted this artice @lindylulu47

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  140. I'd take Joanna Lumley because she's such a barrel of laughs,
    ...and completely free from value added tax!

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  141. Would love to take one of my sisters. Have followed @sawdays and @Timberstone 1 and @Vanessa Kimbell on Twitter. My username is @suejok. Have also tweeted Vanessa and liked Sawdays on Facebook

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  142. Following @sawdays on Twitter. Twitter name: @rome5050

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  143. Also following @Timbertsone1. Twitter name: @rome5050

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  144. I would take my boyfriend x

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  145. I have followed you on twitter @lassy747

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  146. I have liked your page on Facebook

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  147. I have followed Timberstone 1 on twitter @lassy747

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  148. I have tweeted Vanessa Kimbell @lassy747

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  149. I have followed @Timberstone1 on Twitter and @VanessaKimbell I would love to take my wonderful husband away as since we had our baby girl Willow he hasnt had a day off work and he wroks far too hard and deserves some relaxation :) @Katie_Monkman

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  150. Ive liked you Sawdays on facebook! :)

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  151. Taking husband should I win.

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  152. I'd take my wonderful husband
    @annalouiseling

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  153. Carol Masterton11 July 2012 at 20:40

    I would take my husband with me. I hurt my knee at our wedding reception and we missed out honeymoon 8 weeks ago so this would be some small way of saying "sorry" and "hope you don't regret marrying me!"

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  154. Carol Masterton11 July 2012 at 20:42

    Following @saydays on twitter :) I'm Carol Masterton

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  155. I'd take my husband. I hurt myself at our wedding reception 8 weeks ago and we missed our honeymoon. This would go some way to saying "sorry" and "hope you don't regret marrying me!"

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  156. Following you (my twitter name is Carol Masterton) which is my married name.

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  157. Following @sawdays on twitter as Carol Masterton

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  158. I've liked Sawdays on facebook as Carol Masterton :)

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  159. Followed @Timberstone1 on Twitter as Carol Masterton :)

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  160. I tweeted @VanessaKimbell with who I would take with me :)

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  161. I would take my hubby because he's an aspiring "foodie"

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  162. I'm following @sawdays on twitter @hoops120

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  163. I'm following timberstone on twitter @hoops120

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  164. I would take my partner with me. This looks like a perfect romantic getaway

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  165. follow @sawdays as tynapier1 on twitter

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  166. This is a very thorough article. Thank you for sharing this information on health practitioners. Look forward to get more informative posts, Thanks!
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