March 21, 2016

Help find the UK’s best Window with a View!

Help find the UK’s best Window with a View!


Whether it’s the view from the top of The Shard in London, or looking out from inside a secret hideaway in the middle of the English countryside, the UK boasts some of the world’s best and most interesting window views.

Now has set up an exciting competition to find what the public think is the best view in the UK with our ‘Window with a View’ competition.

Window with a View competition

Nominations are now open for our Window with a View competition – and it couldn’t be easier to get involved. Simply take a photo of a window with a view on your phone, tablet or digital camera and upload it on the nomination page.

Once the nominations are in (closing date 16th May), a panel of judges will shortlist four for 12 different areas. You’ll be able to vote for your favourite and in doing so you’ll go into a prize draw for some great prizes!

How does the competition work?

The Window with a View can be from any building or attraction that is open to the general public – it could be a landscape, cityscape or seascape you love or any view from any window that inspires you. Simply capture the image and enter it for FREE!

Nominations are open until 16th May 2016. A judging panel of industry experts from the worlds of architecture, tourism, photography and art will then select the four best views from each region.

Once the regional shortlists are announced, the public will be able to vote for their favourites with voting open from 6th June 2016 and until the end of July. The regional winners will be announced and then put forward for a final stage of public voting, which will determine the UK’s ultimate Window with a View.

Did someone mention prizes?

We did! For both the regional and national voting stages, we’ll randomly select one person who has voted to win a great prize. From a GoPro kit to shopping vouchers, is offering some fantastic prizes to lucky winners.

So, you’ve got to be in it to win it – why not get involved! Visit the Window with a View competition page.

You can also follow the progress of the competition on’s Twitter account.