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This Scottish holiday home could be yours for an entire year for just £1

All you have to do is take a photo of a Highland Spring drink – and you could be off to the lochs

Arusa Qureshi
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Arusa Qureshi

Foreign trips may prove a bit of a logistical nightmare right now – but let’s be honest: many of us would much prefer to explore what’s right on our doorstep anyway. But the result of the 2021 staycation boom? Sadly, a massive lack of availability.

Enter Highland Spring. The folks at the bottled water brand have heard our holiday home prayers and are teaming up with the Monachyle Mhor Hotel in Balquhidder, Scotland, to give one family the chance to win a year’s stay in a luxury ‘eco home’ for an entire year. And all for just £1.15.

An exterior shot of the PLT hotel, showing outdoor seating around a wood wife, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls looking into the open plan kitchen and living room
Photograph: JSHPIX

Surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, this tiny home is usually available to rent for £200 per night (which comes to around £33,000 for the year). It may be small but it’s extremely stylish, with a double bed, kitchenette, woodburner and gas cooker, plus a bathroom and outdoor deck with a firepit. If you’re after a break from civilisation and the general chaos of the world, this could be the perfect place – because there’s no WiFi. Digital detox, here you come.

And all you have to do to enter the competition? Follow Highland Spring on Instagram or Facebook and then share a picture of one of the brand’s new flavoured sparkling water cans – £1.15 each – while outside. (And don’t forget to tag @highland_spring and add #HighlandSpringHoliday to your post.) If your photo meets all the requirements, you’ll be entered into a draw, with the winner being announced in August.

Ready? Stock up, get snapping – and a luxury holiday home could well figure in your future.

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Drink your way through the Scottish Highlands on a luxury whisky train

This ‘haunted’ village in Scotland could be yours for just £125,000

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