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Win A Two-Night Stay At D Resort Göcek, Turkey

Set amongst the pine trees in a secluded bay on Turkey’s south coast, D Resort Göcek is the place to come for the three Rs: rest, relaxation, and respite. We’ve teamed up with them to offer you and a guest the chance to win a two-night stay. 

Checking into this beach-side hotel is to indulge in the practice of letting go. Here, it’s all about the good life: sun, sea, sand, the freshest of foods, and more than a touch of wellness. 

The bedrooms, draped in white and dotted with specs of blue, reflect the natural environment that D Resort Göcek is set within; a place where the shimmering blues of the sea meet the soft sands. And it’s a theme continued throughout the hotel. Nature is central to D Resort Göcek, flowing effortlessly throughout the property, from the outdoor spa facilities to the freshly-caught fish served for dinner, and the front-row sun beds on Turkey’s very own sunshine coast.

Take the time to sink into a slower way of life: we suggest starting at the wellness facilities. Here, medicinal herbs of the Aegean are used to pamper tense muscles back to life during spa treatments, alongside therapies blending the traditions of east and west, mirroring the country itself. Move – gently – to the sauna, hidden under a canopy of abachi trees, or treat yourself to softer skin with a scrub in the Turkish hammam. 

From here, it’s really up to you how you spend your time. Perhaps you’ll relax with a book on the beach, or make your way through the Turkish menu at the pool bar. If you can tear yourself away from the resort, we suggest exploring the local area, too. Cycle the small local roads nearby, or jet off to stunning beach coves using the hotel’s speedboat. And don’t miss the city’s ancient ruins, dating from as far back as the 4th Century BC. 

A getaway to D Resort Göcek really is what you make it. How will you and your plus spend your time here if you win? 

What does the prize include?  

There’s something in the water at Jamaica Inn, and we invite you to experience it. Win a three-night stay, plus artwork by Nina Brooke worth £950. 

Located along the tropical beaches of Ocho Rios on Jamaica’s north coast, Jamaica Inn has hosted a long list of creative names. It’s where Marylin Monroe honeymooned, and where Ian Fleming coined possibly the catchiest phrase in Hollywood history: shaken not stirred. One of the more recent creatives to visit, seascape artist Nina Brooke, took up a two-week residency as she painted her stunning Jamaica Inn Collection.  

We’ve teamed up with Jamaica Inn and Nina Brooke to offer one lucky reader (and a plus one) the chance to check into paradise with a three-night stay. You’ll also get to take a slice home with you, as Nina adds one of the paintings she created during her stay to the prize.  



Once you arrive, it won’t take long to slip into the Jamaican way-of-life, sipping a rum cocktail underneath the lush palms, breaking only for some yoga, a dip in the Caribbean Sea, or a signature treatment at The Ocean Spa – where you can even forage ingredients to create your own body scrub.  

The natural beauty – and bounty – goes some way to explain all the creativity oozing out of this hotel and, who knows, it may even inspire you to put paint to canvas too.





Value : £950.00 
30 x 30 cm 
Acrylic on board 
Made at Jamaica Inn 
Signed by the artist  
Framed with a hand-made white box frame 

For your chance to win simply enter your details here:


Full Terms & Conditions here.

The competition closes on November 30th.


In a secluded bay on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, D Resort Göcek is a serene, modern resort offering an escape from everyday life. With wellbeing at its core, the extensive spa services are a place to unwind, and the restaurants offer a taste of fresh, feel-good food. While you could easily while away your time in the spa and on the resort’s private beach, don’t miss the beach coves or ancient ruins nearby.

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