Frequently Asked Questions

Is this just another competition website and who is behind We All Need A Holiday, WANAH?

No. It's very different. Lotte Gossage is the founder. Ex luxury hospitality. There is a slightly more strategic, genuine and helpful approach to supporting the hospitality and travel industry through each WANAH stay giveaway. WANAH doesn't expect everyone to enter every giveaway because as much as it's about creating lots of chances to win holidays and get access to great holiday and stay deals, it's also about helping hotels, resorts and holiday homes around the world boost their database and get to know potential guests a little more early on. 

Every giveaway is free to enter but there will often be optional paid entry routes which mean extra entries to boost your chances of winning.

WANAH is a UK-registered company with some exciting plans and goals to reach by the end of 2021. 

What's in it for the partnering hotel, resort, or holiday home?


A useful database of people who have chosen to enter and take part in our stay giveaways by providing important information about their holiday and travel habits and aspirations, so that sales, marketing, and revenue teams can team up, get creative and put together thoughtful stay packages for WANAH customers in 2021 and 2022. It doesn't stop there, we provide heaps of engagement, an increase in social media followers, direct inquiries leading to direct bookings, and the feel-good factor! We provide properties with an extremely useful and effective and much-needed direct booking boost in a very short time. It really is so simple but proving so effective already. 

Can people enter if they live outside of the UK?

At this time, most of our stay giveaways, unless stated otherwise are open to UK residents and passport holders only over 18 years of age.

How long after entering will someone find out if they have won?

Unless stated otherwise, the winner/s will be contacted directly via email and announced on social media the day after the giveaway closing date.

How does winner selection and contacting winners work?

WANAH has its own custom-built random winner picker. Winners will have 24 hours to respond to the winning email. We highly recommend making a note of the stay closing date so that you do not miss that all-important email. Not replying within 24 hours means that the stay is no longer yours. If the second randomly picked winner does not respond the stay giveaway will be void and used again at a later date.

Stay giveaway winners are introduced to the property as soon as they reply to the email letting them know that they have won.

Are multiple entries allowed and can I win more than once?

Only one free entry per email address will be accepted for every giveaway. So you can if you like but only one free entry email will be counted. Using another person's email address to enter is also not allowed. We cannot stop this but if we are made aware of this, these emails will be removed. We take your privacy very seriously. 

What happens to my contact information and how does unsubscribing from We All Need A Holiday work?

Unsubscribing from WANAH automatically removes a person's email address from our database immediately, once these details have been removed, any entries to our giveaways no longer count. Entering our giveaways means that you agree to your details being passed to our partner properties so that they can contact you for future stays and you are also agreeing to receive future emails from WANAH. People should enter our stay giveaways if they are happy for their contact details to be sent to our property partners and to hear from WANAH again in the future. We are a niche giveaway company focusing on holidays and stays.

Entering our stay giveaways comes with an element of risk that a hotel or resort we work with may be temporarily or permanently closed at any time. If this happens We All Need A Holiday and the property is not obliged to compensate the winner in any way. This applies to paid and free entries.

What happens if the stay cannot be used because the hotel/resort/holiday home is not operating anymore or permanently closed?