Fancy winning your own Hotel worth £850,000 plus £50,000 a year!

13 November 2009
Fancy winning your own Hotel worth £850,000 plus £50,000 a year!

Fancy winning your own Hotel worth £850,000 plus £50,000 a year!

A once in a lifetime opportunity to win a stunning 16 bedroom hotel in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside - for just £25!

To enter visit and answer three locally based multiple choice questions via the competition website.

The Landmark Swindon is set in the heart of the beautiful Marlborough Downs near Swindon in Wiltshire. Its directors, Malcolm and Margaret Pearson, converted and refurbished the building into a Hotel in 2000. Now, they want to take a step closer to retirement and give someone else the chance to run the hotel.

The odds of winning are far better than the lottery as only 48,000 tickets will be sold in total.
"We decided to ‘sell' our Hotel by competition because we love the thought of someone having the life changing opportunity of winning this amazing investment property," said the couple.

Each of the individually decorated bedrooms in the hotel is named after local Wiltshire landmarks and there is also a boardroom and restaurant.
The competition closes on 31st October 2010 and you can enter as many times as you like. Visit to find out more.

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