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disney day trips £85.00 for family of 4 inc ferry and tickets @ Leger Holidays self drive

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dates through 21st may till 28th august, also 1 night one day with crossing & tickets £199 for 4 one night 2 day park tickets £259 for 4 people or 2 nights two day park tickets inc ferry £349 again… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
dates through 21st may till 28th august, also 1 night one day with crossing & tickets £199 for 4
one night 2 day park tickets £259 for 4 people
or 2 nights two day park tickets inc ferry £349 again for four people
hotels are davey crockett ranch cheyenne and the sequoia
the website aint up to much but the girls on the phone are very helpful im going on the 23rd of august for 2 nights and 2 days and its cost me 389 as there are 4 adults and 1 child in my party
anyway hope it helps some body cheapest ive ever seen disney
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#1
forgot to mention i went with the same company in december wasnt hoping for much as it was only 69 pp but had an amazing time i would defo recommend
telephone number is 0845 458 55 70
#2
Good offer - you should state that this is SELF DRIVE.
Most Leger holidays are coach driven - we went on a Leger coach trip to Disney a few years ago and it was brilliant
#3
oopps thanks for that didnt think have edited now cheers
#4
wow!!!!!
#5
I will try to pursuade hubby to take us - fingers crossed

Thanks OP!
#6
Sounds good deal.

I think the best deal to me is one night and one day in disney for £199. You go there Friday evening and come back saturday evening
#7
i think check in is 2, we are on the 7am ferry so have a few hours in calais do a couple of hypermarkets drive to paris and check in and have the afternoon/evening in the pool its a real nice one at davy crockett then bbq (all lodges at davy crockett have own bbqs out side)then 2 nights stop over 2 days park and not on ferry till 10pm on way home
happy days will prob bring a pack lunch to park as food is expensive, the auchen hypermarket in valle de europe is only a five minute drive and the meat, bread and cheese is to die for

ha ha just realised you all dont really need to know that its just me getting giddy and planning my trip in my head lol
#8
i have a 10 yr old and 9 yr old and also a 1 year old, do you know what the charges would be for the 1 yr old?

thanks
#9
I have seen these day trips before but just dont see how I could manage a return trip to Disneyland in 1 day :w00t:

Living in London, it takes about 90 minutes to the ferry, 75 minutes on the ferry, 3.5 hours to Paris go to Disneyland and then come all the way back - how do people do it?
#10
£85 day trip seems ok but an extra £114 to stay the night at the Davy Crockeet seems a bit pricey to me.
#11
adam787_1
£85 day trip seems ok but an extra £114 to stay the night at the Davy Crockeet seems a bit pricey to me.


The ferry will cost more too, though - it is considerably more expensive doing the return trip a day later, as opposed to coming back the same day :thumbsup:
#12
im so missin florida and this is the closest i can afford... nice find :thumbsup:
#13
Mrs.Z
I have seen these day trips before but just dont see how I could manage a return trip to Disneyland in 1 day :w00t:

Living in London, it takes about 90 minutes to the ferry, 75 minutes on the ferry, 3.5 hours to Paris go to Disneyland and then come all the way back - how do people do it?


We once did Disneyland california in half a day. It was rushed and we didn't see everything but would repeat as necessary. :whistling:
#14
This looks like a great deal and very tempting,went last year and drove there and back,takes about 3 hours from Calais and the roads are pretty good.Dont forget your Toll cost though,it works out at 39 euros for the trip both ways.
#15
Good price, but its a 5 hour drive from Manc - Dover :w00t:
#16
There are a myriad of cheap overnight hotels around the Disney area. Davy Crockett etc are not the only places to rest your aching feet!
#17
we have had 1 day at Disney in the past ,but as part of a longer French holiday

wouldn't fancy doing the whole journey plus day @ Disney in one day?!!!
#18
Cant grumble at the price.

Ferrys not my favourite thing, prefer flying.

Head added
#19
Long day...........not for me but might suit some. Hot price
#20
Yes it was bad enough getting round the m25 to get to legoland on monday it took about 4 hrs from newmarket and ended up a very long day, so to go all the way to paris ! hmmm.
#21
If your in the North there are plenty of Bed and Breakfasts in kent check out the Kent tourism sites .
#22
will have a browse - looks promising
#23
hawick
i have a 10 yr old and 9 yr old and also a 1 year old, do you know what the charges would be for the 1 yr old?

thanks


Under 3s are free :thumbsup:
#24
if only we could drive i would of booked this is their no buse or coach instead of driving
banned#25
Is this still active? expired?
#26
Noticed this has been removed from the offers page of the Leger site (link above is still valid though!) - I'm wondering if there's a new deal on the cards? I'm looking to go the end September, hopefully new options will be released!

Keep your eyes open for me ;o)

J

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