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£20.00 rooms per night inc complimentry breakfast@ Innkeepers lodge

£20.00 @ Innkeepers Lodge
UPDATE to my previous post, promotion code and full details now available special £20 rooms are now available to book online until 16 March 2011. Click the link below to make your booking, using off… Read More
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UPDATE to my previous post, promotion code and full details now available
special £20 rooms are now available to book online until 16 March 2011. Click the link below to make your booking, using offer code IKL11 & take your stay before 31st March 2011. Even family rooms available at this price so family of 4 can stay the night with breakfast for only £20
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#1
Cheap as chips, multiple nights available also, although doesnt seem to like weekend stays
#2
Cant get any dates with that code:(
#3
I got Edinburgh for Friday 25th.
#4
also they have a 3 nights for price of 2 from Fri to Sun using code SPR1

Our 3 for 2 offer is the perfect way to enjoy a weekend break. To book this great deal just follow our simple four step process.

Select your preferred Lodge from the list below
Choose which weekend you would like to stay by selecting a Friday arrival for three nights
Use booking code SPR1
Get Sunday night for free
#5
I booked one of these (Sandbach) for this Friday night - well before Christmas, at £20. I notice that they have a £20 room for this Friday as well - perhaps I should look to take the rest of the family.... Not as good as the Travelodge £9 rooms. I try to book Friday nights after watching my rugby league team (Harelquins) playing matches t'up north - like at St Helens this Friday night. Voted hot....
#6
These are owned by Travelodge now. So if they aren't vile yet, they should be very soon.
#7
cheers op, just booked a friday night b&b in stockport for 2 adults and 2 children 20 quid! cost me more than that to buy the breakfast!

not sure what we'll do in stockport on a saturday mind but i'll figure that out tomorrow ;)
#8
termite
These are owned by Travelodge now. So if they aren't vile yet, they should be very soon.


They sold most of their lodges to Travelodge but those that remain Innkeepers Lodge are owned by Mitchell & Butlers, owners of Toby's Carvery, O'Neills, All Bar One, Browns and many pub chains. The advantage of Innkeepers Lodge are the free breakfasts in the adjacent pub. At Travelodge you can pay additionally for a bag of carbohydrates. Also, permanent hairdryer in the room, no need to go and ask reception for one.

I still think that they are very good value budget hotels for UK stays, although a very limited choice of places.
#9
I stayed at the Harrogate West lodge last January and thought it excellent value at £20.

It was far superior to Travelodge and the breakfast was excellent...with the added bonus of some decent Timothy Taylors Landlord in the pub.

Hurby
termite
These are owned by Travelodge now. So if they aren't vile yet, they should be very soon.


They sold most of their lodges to Travelodge but those that remain Innkeepers Lodge are owned by Mitchell & Butlers, owners of Toby's Carvery, O'Neills, All Bar One, Browns and many pub chains. The advantage of Innkeepers Lodge are the free breakfasts in the adjacent pub. At Travelodge you can pay additionally for a bag of carbohydrates. Also, permanent hairdryer in the room, no need to go and ask reception for one.

I still think that they are very good value budget hotels for UK stays, although a very limited choice of places.
#10
19th in Basingstoke - if anyone else is there we could have a forum
banned#11
Hurby
termite
These are owned by Travelodge now. So if they aren't vile yet, they should be very soon.


They sold most of their lodges to Travelodge but those that remain Innkeepers Lodge are owned by Mitchell & Butlers, owners of Toby's Carvery, O'Neills, All Bar One, Browns and many pub chains. The advantage of Innkeepers Lodge are the free breakfasts in the adjacent pub. At Travelodge you can pay additionally for a bag of carbohydrates. Also, permanent hairdryer in the room, no need to go and ask reception for one.

I still think that they are very good value budget hotels for UK stays, although a very limited choice of places.


Indeed. The few that remain will keep the same standard as before, which was much better than the other lodge type places. Partly because of the included breakfast but also friendlier staff.

Sadly, the 2 I used regularly in Portsmouth are now Travelodges.
#12
Thanks for this, might book a night or two at the Chester lodge :)
#13
sandbach one is nice we booked before chrsitmas and stayed first night of school hols room lovely food great would recommend and stay again!
#14
Three nights at Pine Martin (looks a bit posh) Harrogate for less than one nights normal rate - get in there.

Have some heat.
#15
Booked a night for the family at Weybridge, the day before we go to Thorpe Park - room is normally £85.00 per night. Cheers op

Stayed in what was an Inkeepers Lodge in Liverpool during the changeover, but instead of a lovely breakfast in the Toby Carvery, got manky breakfast in bag - not staying theire this year!
#16
Stayed at one in fife, was **** disguting!
room was filthy, inbred unhelpful staff etc.... not very nice place.

Edited By: Winterwolf on Mar 08, 2011 11:30
#17
Thanks for this, booked a night in Brighton for 2 adults and 2 kids for £20 - bargain!
#18
I Owned you big time.....
Thanks loads....^_^
#19
cheers worked for me
#20
Excellent deal - managed to book a double room in the Huddersfield one on the saturday night (26/3); weekend availability is limited but I found rooms available in Hull, Sandbach, Bedford and Doncaster as well.

Maybe not the most romantic places for a weekend away, but all have decent countryside and attractions not too far away.
#21
thanks a lot booked beckenham
#22
Just a warning! I booked a £20 room at Innkeepers Lodge Castleton in the last sale before christmas
I'll be going the end of this month.Check your booking conformation small print, all rooms can not be cancelled/amended or refunded.Thats what you expect with a good cheap offer, BUT if you don't turn up or can't make it they will automatically charge the full room rate,which would be £80 for my booking.
#23
freddim92
Just a warning! I booked a £20 room at Innkeepers Lodge Castleton in the last sale before christmas
I'll be going the end of this month.Check your booking conformation small print, all rooms can not be cancelled/amended or refunded.Thats what you expect with a good cheap offer, BUT if you don't turn up or can't make it they will automatically charge the full room rate,which would be £80 for my booking.


This does not make sense. If you choose the Express Check-in and they take the payment in advance on the day of arrival, how would they charge the difference if you don't turn up? Also, surely they have no leg to stand on if they take more than the sale amount regardless of any small print. There is a piece of legislation called UCTA which introduces the reasonableness test and it would be easy to take a grievance on that to the small claims court. In any case, do you know of an instance where the full price was charged for a no-show?

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