Win a Weekend in the Countryside for You and 13 BFFs

Win a Weekend in the Countryside for You and 13 BFFs


What could be better than spending an epic weekend in the
countryside with all your BFFs? We can’t think of much, so we’ve
teamed up with the social networking app Bumble and villa specialists Oliver’s
to give you the chance to do just that.

In celebration of connecting people, we’re giving away a
three-night stay at the gorgeous Emley Woodhouse in Yorkshire for you and up to
13 of your friends. Yes, really.

As you’d expect from an Oliver’s Travels property, the majestic
grade-II-listed Georgian country house is quite the pad, featuring
original architecture spruced up with contemporary Scandi design,
colourful decor – note the “rainbow bedroom” and all that pink
velvet – and marble bathrooms, not to mention the brand-new
barbecue for this summer and sprawling gardens beyond.

But it gets better still. They’re also throwing in a champagne
hamper packed with local goodies to help you kick off the weekend
in style.

So why are we giving this one away? Because as our lives evolve,
so does our need for meaningful friendships. This is where Bumble
comes in. Far from exclusively swiping your way to everlasting love
(though they’re pretty good at that too), their Bumble BFF mode is all about
making friends for life. If you don’t already know what we’re
talking about, check out BFF mode to find like-minded people at the
touch of a button.

With over 50-million users around the world, we’ve got FOMO
about the number of would-be pals out there we haven’t met yet. If
you don’t have enough mates to bring with you to Yorkshire, you
know what to do…

To apply for this ultimate getaway, simply download
Bumble and head into BFF mode. Match with the SUITCASE x Bumble in-app
profile and follow the link.

Full terms and conditions here.

The Lowdown

Bumble, the
social networking app with over 50-million users connects people
across dating, friendship and professional networking. No matter
the type of relationship, women make the first move on Bumble.
Bumble recognises the importance of relationships and how crucial
they are to a healthy, happy life. They’ve built their platform
around kindness, respect and equality – and their users play an
important part in that. Bumble holds its users accountable for
their actions and has zero tolerance for hate, aggression or
bullying. Bumble is available in 150 countries. Since 2014, Bumble
has facilitated over half a billion women-led first moves and over
four billion messages sent. Bumble is free and available in the App
Store and Google Play.