Announcing the winner of our Witchery by the Castle competition

Happy Halloween! This morning we sent Stuart down to the scary basement to draw the winner of our autumn Witchery by the Castle competition. From the thousands of entries we received, thirty were chosen at random and placed in a rather fetching pumpkin bag. Watch the video to see whose name was picked. A huge congratulations to the winner, Edinburgh is an amazing city so you're in for a real treat!

If you didn't win this time, then fear not - we've just launched a brand new competition to win a nights stay in the very exclusive Lighthouse Suite on No Man's Island. Get entering!

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