Reaping plaudits since its opening in 1832, The Isle of Wight’s Royal Hotel, overlooking the sea at Ventnor, is an elegant, luxurious retreat with an acclaimed fine-dining restaurant, chic treatment room and gorgeous sub-tropical gardens.
Take this opportunity to win a mini-break for two — soak up the views, enjoy cuisine that has earned 2 AA Rosettes for the past 17 years, and find out why the hotel has been listed in every edition of the Michelin Guide since 1911.
A three-night break (Sunday to Friday during October to April, excluding Bank Holidays), staying in a double or twin room with breakfast and a three-course evening meal (drinks excluded) in the Royal Hotel restaurant. The prize includes return ferry travel from Southampton with Red Funnel for two passengers travelling by car or on foot.
How to enter
Simply answer the following question:
After which owner is the hotel’s Terrace named?
Please put your answer on a postcard only with your name, address and phone number and send it to:
Island Visitor 2017 Competition,
Illustrated London News Ltd,
46-48 East Smithfield,
London E1W 1AW
Closing date is 30 October 2017.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS The winner will be drawn at random after 30/10/17. The prize is for two people staying at The Royal Hotel in a twin or double room for three nights mid-week (Sunday to Friday), including breakfast and a three-course evening meal (excluding drinks). The prize must be taken between October and April, excluding Bank Holidays, Christmas, New Year and Valentine’s. Valid up to and including 30/10/18 subject to availability. Return Red Funnel ferry travel is for a car and two passengers only or two return foot passengers on the Vehicle Ferry or Red Jet Hi-Speed service, valid up to 30/10/18, subject to availability. The prize excludes transfer and usual terms of carriage apply, available on request or at redfunnel.co.uk. Only one entry per household. No cash alternative. The judge’s decision is final.