Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Win a family day out with National Trust Wales

I have teamed up with National Trust to offer a lucky family of four a visit to a property of their choice in Wales to take part in a Cadbury’s Easter Trail.  Not all the properties host them, but there are a considerable number that do, I have been eyeing up a few of them, as we have also kindly been offered the opportunity to review.  The problem is actually picking which one, with lavish grounds, beautiful woodland and intriguing buildings or castles to explore; there is so much to an Easter Trail than the lure of the chocolate…


The trails take place from Good Friday to Easter Monday.  A few of the locations also have face painting and games happening, so these are great family days out.  Visiting a National Trust property anytime of the year is a special experience, but for children it will be even more memorable will Cadbury’s involved.

You can find your closest trail on the Cadbury's website and more information regarding prices and details of the location.  So if you fancy a little adventure over Easter and your local to a National Trust location in Wales please complete the rafflecopter below by 24th of March.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

49 comments:

  1. Anthony Clements19 March 2013 at 21:48

    Colby Woodland Gardens, near Amroth

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  2. http://www.eastereggtrail.com/Mosley-Old-Hall.aspx that is my nearest.

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  3. The nearest trail to my house is Dyffryn gardens, but I would most like to go to the one at the Tudor Merchants House in Tenby. Love Tenby but just never seem to go and visit the house.

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  4. Off to Wales for a week in Easter and this would be fab. Penrhyn Castle is the nearest one and haven't actually visited
    Penrhyn Castle yet.

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  5. Colby Woodland Gardens

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  6. powis castle, i visited years ago when i was a child, and i remember it being beautiful then so it would be lovely to go back

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  7. I'd love to visit Tredegar House - it's quite close to my in-laws too!

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  8. Looking forward to holidaying in Wales over Easter :-)

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  9. Samantha Atherton20 March 2013 at 16:03

    We'd go to Chirk castle because it's not to far away and would be the first time my little girl would be visiting a castle so i think she'd be very excited.

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  10. I'd love to visit Penrhyn Castle

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  11. Would love to go to Penrhyn Castle, looks stunning

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  12. Penrhyn Castle looks like a great day out - we love castles so this would be a great prize for us X

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  13. Penrhyn Castle looks fab, would love to spend a night in there! xx

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  14. Dyffryn Gardens isalways wonderful

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  15. cheryl hadfield22 March 2013 at 21:15

    Bodnant Gardens, as my parents live nearby so would be able to visit them too.

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  16. Kerry Kilmister22 March 2013 at 23:12

    Plas Newydd

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  17. Erdigg to combine with a visit to my Mother

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  18. We'd like to go to Penrhyn Castle

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  19. Bodnant Garden because it's always such a colourful and beautiful day out x

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  20. We are really lucky as we live in Wales and have loads of beautiful National Trust properties within an hours drive! My favourites are Chirk Castle and Erddig!

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  21. We are hoping to Hike up Snowdonia this summer and so would love to get a pass. This is part of a greater challenge we are undertaking

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  22. Judith Gutowski23 March 2013 at 20:29

    Difficult to choose a favourite place to visit.

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  23. Bodnant Garden

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  24. Easter Trail at Southgate, Pennard

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  25. I love the look of Bodnant House & garden

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  26. Aberconwy House looks lovely

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  27. Powys Castle

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