Win a €100/£100 Irish Landmark Trust voucher.
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Fancy winning a voucher for €100/£100 to put towards a stay at an Irish Landmark Trust property?
Answer the 15 questions below correctly to be in with a chance to win a €100 / £100 Irish Landmark voucher.
Send your answers into email@example.com before 1.00pm on 30th September to be entered into the draw.
The answers to all these questions can be found on our website and social media pages. Best of luck!
- In what year was Irish Landmark Trust established?
- What property is located on the banks of the Owenmore River in a picturesque setting and surrounded by mature woodland?
- Where are the latest properties available for self-catering accommodation in the care of Irish Landmark located?
- How many properties are located in Co. Antrim?
- In what property is there a hot tub, sauna and wellness room available for guests to use?
- In the early years of the 20th century, before the coming of radio and television, the lighthouse and lightship keepers lived relatively lonely lives, serving, in many cases, six-week periods of duty at a time. Consequently, in coastal towns, the Carnegie Libraries granted a special concession to the lightkeepers by providing each station with a well made oak bookcase which was replenished with a change of books on a regular basis. Now that all the lighthouses are automated and no longer manned, the fine oak bookcases that remain in some of the keepers’ dwellings continue to bear silent witness to the great generosity of Andrew Carnegie, philanthropist extraordinaire. Name 3 Irish Landmark locations that have Carnegie library boxes.
- Clandeboye Estate was used for army training during the First World War, and the 36th (Ulster) Division trained beside Helen’s Tower before leaving for France. An almost exact replica of Helen’s Tower was built in 1921 to honor the men of the 36th (Ulster) Division who fell at the Battle of the Somme. Where is this replica?
- Name the properties in the care of Irish Landmark Trust that are part of the Great Lighthouses of Ireland experience.
- What property did a recent guest spend her 84th birthday at, recalling memories of visiting her Grandmother Elizia (Lizzie) Taggart, who lived at this property for sixty years from 1898 to 1958.
- Name any three properties within 40 minutes’ drive of a Game of Thrones location.
- What cottage is great for spotting wildlife and very popular with guests eager to see bats.
- Name 5 dog friendly Irish Landmark Trust properties.
- What heritage town is 10 minutes drive from Salterbridge Gate Lodge.
- What city beak property can have interesting “neigh”bours visit from time to time?
- What “S” is missing from our slogan? Share, Save & S______
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