Are You SuperBreak’s Travel Writer 2014?


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superbreak-travel-writing-competition-2014Fancy winning the ultimate short break experience? Or have you always dreamed of becoming a travel writer? Or perhaps you’ve been on an amazing short break and dying to tell the world about it? Well SuperBreakers, you’ve come to the right place.

Starting from today, we’ll be on the hunt for our next top travel writer to work exclusively with us on our blog – exciting stuff right? But wait, there’s more! On top of this amazing opportunity to make your mark in the travel industry, you could win The Ultimate SuperBreak for 2!

All you have to do to get involved is simply tell us about your favourite break – easy peasy!

How to Enter

In your own words, write an article about a memorable short break experience for the chance to win The Ultimate SuperBreak PLUS the opportunity to exclusively write for our blog.

Entry requirements

• Your article must be a minimum of 400 words
• You must include authentic images/videos that are owned by you
• Your article must fit into one of the themed categories listed below:
Theatre Guru
City Sightseer
Country Roamer
European Explorer
Family Adventurers
• Your article must be saved preferably on a word document and sent along with your images/videos to
• The SuperBreak content team must receive your article between the Monday 16th June 2014 and Sunday 20th July 2014 for it to be counted. Entries received after midnight on 20th July 2014 will not be counted
• Entries must agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions

So, by now I bet you’re wondering… what does The Ultimate SuperBreak look like? It’s the best of the best when it comes to short breaks, and it looks exactly like this…


The Ultimate London Break with SuperBreak


Whisked away on a London city break, you’ll enjoy a fabulous 2 night stay at the gorgeous 4* Cavendish Hotel.

Day one will lead you up to The View From The Shard where you can take in the capital’s spectacular views, followed by some quality time with the rich and famous at Madame Tussauds Waxwork Museum. Next on the list, you’ll head for the glittering West End to see the award-winning Jersey Boys live on stage at the Piccadilly Theatre.

Day two will begin with a classic wine tasting experience at Southbank’s Vinopolis, and end with a relaxing evening on the Thames with the London Showboat Dinner Cruise.

To finish off this ultimate London short break prize, we’ll include return rail travel and a pair of Oyster Cards to make getting around this magical city hassle free!


Sounds pretty good eh?!

Not only will you get the pleasure of enjoying all this, but as our winner you’ll also be crowned SuperBreak’s Travel Writer 2014 and have the honour of writing your very own article for the SuperBreak blog – starting with a review of The Ultimate SuperBreak.

We’ll also be giving away 5 runner-up prizes of £50 SuperBreak Vouchers, as well as handing out one of the following SuperBreak Travel Writer 2014 titles: Family Adventurer, Theatre Guru, European Explorer, City Sightseer and Country Roamer.

So, do you think you’ve got what it takes to become SuperBreak’s Travel Writer 2014? Put your writing skills to the test and find out.

To get your creative juices flowing, here’s a little inspiration for the types of articles we’re looking for. Simply choose from one of the categories below and get busy writing your amazing article – we can’t wait to read it!




City Sightseer

From Cambridge and Oxford to Manchester and Liverpool, tell us about your best city break experience with plenty of top tips, recommendations and fascinating bits of trivia to satisfy even the keenest of sightseeing enthusiasts.





Theatre Guru

Can’t resist the glitzy lights of the West End? Then write about your best theatre break experience and prove you’re a real theatre guru. Reveal your favourite show, tell us where to stay, as well as where to dine before the curtain goes up.






European Explorer

What’s the next best thing after jetting off into the sunset? Telling everyone about it! So, tell us about your favourite European break with everything from the best sights to see to top hotels and restaurants.





Country Roamer

Reminisce about your favourite country escape and tell us where to find it! Write about the destination, the hotels, and even the restaurants. Recommend activities, attractions and walks… we want to know everything there is about being a country roamer.






Family Adventurer

Reveal what keeps your kiddies happy on a short break by writing about your best family break experience. Where did you go? What did you do? What did you see? Let us see how adventurous your family really are!

To help us pick a winner, we’ll be enlisting the help of our fabulous Judge Blogger, Laura the Explorer! For tips and tricks on how to succeed in the world of travel writing, check out her Top 10 Travel Writing Tips over on her blog!


If you think you’ve got what it takes to become SuperBreak’s Travel Writer 2014, then put on your thinking-caps and start writing your short break article.

The competition starts TODAY – right now in fact – and closes on the 20th July 2014. Make sure you have a read through our Terms and Conditions before you enter and good luck to you all!

We can’t wait to hear about all your favourite short break experiences!

6 responses to “Are You SuperBreak’s Travel Writer 2014?

  1. Glenda Marley

    The ultimate theatre experience,and a must for anyone with a passion for a love story has to be a trip to see The Phantom Of The Opera. Her majesty’s theatre sets the mood, the décor is perfect, the old rich velvet chairs on which I sat let me drift into the production, I was there. The lights dimmed, the music began, I was hooked and as the music played every note louder and louder, the story was told that through music and a passionate love affair I was transported right back in time. The story of how the badly disfigured phantom who lives below the theatre, and how passionate feelings are awakened, and he learns to love again through Christine and her angelic singing. The passion of the actors, the music of the night is something that will stay with me forever.

  2. Tom Baines

    had a long weekend in Château Rhianfa , Anglesey, with my lovely wife. The building is fairytale in appearance and just as romantic as one would expect. The many rooms and views were amazing and worthy of any picture postcard snaps. The food was brilliant and the staff made us feel like royalty. It had been a difficult time and we needed time to ourselves like most families, it enabled us to find oneanother again and enjoy what we have but couldnt find. A truly romantic setting and a must for all

  3. Elizabeth Ferguson

    We enjoyed a short break at lochearnhead hotel, where we sampled our first attempts at water skiing on Loch Earn.
    We hadn’t planned to try this sport, but the enthusiasm of the staff, persuaded us to try .. which started a new hobby for us.
    We soon had all of our own equipment .. including a speed boat named Nellie.
    Lochearnhead Hotel has a family feel, where you can feel at home.
    It enjoys views over the loch, as it is beautifully situated right on its shores.
    The rooms all have TVs, coffee and tea facilities.
    I would recommend having dinner there, too. The chefs won’t tolerate anything other than fresh, local produce, creating delicious recipes.

  4. Sarah Robinson

    We had a wonderful time recently in an unexpected place! Booked a very cheap caravan in Hastings, not expecting too much, but it was really lovely. We had beautiful weather all weekend, spent a day walking around the beach and the seafront with fresh fish, cockles and crab. Took the dog along with us on plenty of nature walks – she had the best time ever and so did we.

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