Ramada Jarvis Offer - 2 Nights B&B Plus One Evening Meal from £109 Per Couple + Kids B&B Free Sharing a Room - HotUKDeals
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Stay and Play this Summer with Ramada Jarvis

Head off to some of the UKs best cities or choose a country hideaway to get away from the crowds.

From just £109 per couple you can enjoy a two-night stay with breakfast each morning PLUS a delicious three course dinner on the first night!

This fantastic summer deal is running right through until 31 August 2010 and children sharing your room STAY and EAT breakfast for FREE.

Enjoy an extra £10 off when you book online.

Check your diary and book today as we dont want you to be disappointed.

* Ramada Glasgow City & Ramada Manchester Piccadilly are bed and breakfast rates only.
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#1
Crikey thats cheap!
#2
Ahhhh - £109 not £1.09.......

Though it was an amazing deal for a minute then!
#3
Quidco, which I think went up to this rate, not so long ago,

Ramada Jarvis Cashback rates 11% Cashback

Rates go up too, as I couldn't find this when looking at dates at a place I wanted to stop it, it was triple this price

Hope you're luckier than my Qudco failues with Holiday Inn, which typically do not pay.
#4
Good availibility on most hotels I checked!
#5
Good deal
Anyone recommend a good place to visit from the list? somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of city life and a lot of sightseeing??
#6
Any deal that says "kids free" is by-passed by me in a second.
banned#7
guest5234
Any deal that says "kids free" is by-passed by me in a second.


Same here, I wont spend money on a break only to have it ruined !
#8
guest5234
Any deal that says "kids free" is by-passed by me in a second.


why?
#9
goldmax
Same here, I wont spend money on a break only to have it ruined !


I love people with that attitude....YOU were a KID once as well ya know....

no doubt you 'ruined' someone else's holiday in the past then???
#10
guest5234
Any deal that says "kids free" is by-passed by me in a second.


Don't let the thread door hit you on your way out then!
#11
goldmax
Same here, I wont spend money on a break only to have it ruined !


more like you dont get enough dole money :):):)
#12
spannerz
more like you dont get enough dole money :):):)

I thought the opposite was true, don't people on benefits have kids to suppliment their income?
#13
Erm anyway getting back to the actual deal, On thread it says price includes b & b but when i go to book i have to tick a box to add breakfast which ups the price, am i doing it right?
#14
chopramo
Good deal
Anyone recommend a good place to visit from the list? somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of city life and a lot of sightseeing??


Yes. We (Mum, Dad, 9 year old son) stayed at Bowden Hall which is in Upton St Leonards, Glos. There's Clearwell Caves nearby which is an interesting place to take kids, and the hotel is set in large grounds in a village. The hotel was a bit overheated and a little tired in places BUT service was lovely and the dinner was really quite high quality - much better than expected to be honest. They even threw in cream tea one afternoon.

I guess it depends what you're after..
#15
We managed to wangle this offer for the Ramada 'Encore' hotels last time out in October/November of last year. Stayed at the hotel in Haydock and went to the 'Northwest Masters' racing weekend at Haydock on the Sat and Aintree on the Sun (Becher Chase etc).

All for £100 at the time + £10 back via topcashback.

Food was good and hotel was comfortable.
#16
Nice one, thx op.
#17
Sounds like a great offer, is there a promo code? I cant seem to find any prices close to that?
#18
barbiegirl
Yes. We (Mum, Dad, 9 year old son) stayed at Bowden Hall which is in Upton St Leonards, Glos. There's Clearwell Caves nearby which is an interesting place to take kids, and the hotel is set in large grounds in a village. The hotel was a bit overheated and a little tired in places BUT service was lovely and the dinner was really quite high quality - much better than expected to be honest. They even threw in cream tea one afternoon.

I guess it depends what you're after..


Thanks for the info. Will check it out for sure...
#19
hey
Did anyone manage to see availability for the Edinburgh Ramada? I couldnt find anything at all :(
I was looking for sort of late july/ any august

must be going quick!
#20
stvnshrmptn
Sounds like a great offer, is there a promo code? I cant seem to find any prices close to that?


I didn't at first, but use the link and then don't click on the hotel.

You need to use the page that the link takes you through. Maybe that helps, if you did the same as me at first.

Cheers

EDIT: Voted hot for me.
#21
Looks good to me, going to boook it once once i can get grandmother to agree dates to have the kids :)
anyone been to St Albans one?
#22
I saw this advertised in The Metro paper this week - I couldn't find anything to suit (London) but may have to look again, everything seemed to be very expensive, am off to Italy tomorrow so not too bothered at present :)
#23
Site says error now??
#24
guest5234
Any deal that says "kids free" is by-passed by me in a second.


Don't worry mate, my kids won't be passing by you either - they have standards about adults too. :thumbsup:
#25
This is hot, have stayed at Bristol, lovely hotel, nice restaurant, indoor swimming pool, central location but has a car park, anyone who enjoys animals Bristol Zoo is a really good day out, and there's also the brand new Blue Planet Aquarium in Bristol that only opened a few months ago.
#26
joesmum
I saw this advertised in The Metro paper this week - I couldn't find anything to suit (London) but may have to look again, everything seemed to be very expensive, am off to Italy tomorrow so not too bothered at present :)



woh - get you, all middle class and lardy-dah, "I'm off to Italy!" - enjoy! :roll:
#27
Seems good. Unable to find anything in the London one (not really surprising) but they had some availability elsewhere that is tempting.
#28
Booked! £129 for two nights b&b in Bristol with dinner on first night. Rep to OP. Thanks!
#29
Burgmeister
Seems good. Unable to find anything in the London one (not really surprising) but they had some availability elsewhere that is tempting.


I wanted somewhere in London as well. Ended up booking Heathrow for £99 for the weekend for the 4 of us. Not bad for B&B and an evening meal.
#30
Just booked chester for a family trip to the zoo, thanks OP.
#31
guest5234
Any deal that says "kids free" is by-passed by me in a second.


thats coz your not allowed anywhere near them :):)
#32
Some of you are so bitchy, time to get a life my friends.

Just booked a weekend in Hatfield for £99. Good deal, voted hot just like the weather.
#33
BettyBoo1012
hey
Did anyone manage to see availability for the Edinburgh Ramada? I couldnt find anything at all :(
I was looking for sort of late july/ any august

must be going quick!


i tryed there too and got nothing , its because of the fringe .... i think gonna have to do they eurohotel after all !
#34
Just booked a weekend in Hatfield for £99 for my birthday! Thanks OP!!
#35
I just booked athis deal in late july. Me and the g/f are goin to see micheal mcintyre at leeds and booked a room for two nights
GOOD PRICE
#36
I tried booking for Invernes for July, It's showing £278 for 2 Night

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