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WIN: A two-night pampering break at The Kingsley in Cork

Enjoy a relaxing getaway with Cork city right on your doorstep.

Image: The Kingsley

WITH BEAUTIFUL BEDROOMS, a bistro-style restaurant and a luxury spa, The Kingsley has everything you could want for a break away from the little ones.

Set on the banks of the River Lee a short walk from Cork city centre, The Kingsley has heaps of shopping, socialising and cultural opportunities right on its doorstep – though we won’t tell if you want to chill out in your robe all day either.

We’re offering one lucky reader of TheJournal.ie’s Family Magazine the chance to win a two-night stay at The Kingsley. Enjoy two peaceful nights’ sleep in one of the hotel’s tranquil rooms with breakfast each morning, dinner on one evening in The Springboard and a 60-minute Kerstin Florian Customised Facial each at the on-site spa.

Kingsley Hotel, Cork – Part of the Fota Island Collection Source: Roger Overall

How to enter? Simply join our Family Magazine mailing list by entering your email address into the box below. It’s that easy – and as well as being added to the draw, you’ll be kept up to date on the latest family features and offers, so it’s a win-win.

Already on our mailing list? No problem – you’ll be automatically entered into the draw too!

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Terms and conditions: The winner will be selected at random and contacted directly. Full Journal Media terms and conditions are available here

If you aren’t lucky enough to win on this occasion, see all the fabulous offers available at The Kingsley by visiting www.thekingsley.ie or calling 021 480 0500.

**This competition is now closed. Congrats to our winner, Amy Duke in Tallaght, Dublin.**

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