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Village Hotel Summer Sale - 2 Nights Bed & Breakfast from £60.00 for Two £15pppn (Some showing from £12.92pppn!)

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Some cracking prices on 2 night village hotel stays - incl breakfast It shows on site as starting from £60 for 2 nights + Breakky, but have found some for less in Aberdeen, that work out around £12.9… Read More
Some cracking prices on 2 night village hotel stays - incl breakfast It shows on site as starting from £60 for 2 nights + Breakky, but have found some for less in Aberdeen, that work out around £12.9…
NeoTrix Avatar20h, 57m agoFound 20 hours, 57 minutes ago38 Comments
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neilc
Don't forget 6% cashback via topcashback and quidco too.

If you go to the site via topcashback this deal is not shown?
karlie88
The Warrington one is a fantastic deal. Anyone know if the breakfasts are all you can eat?

I'm thinking taking a load of washed clothes to iron, charge our mobile phones/tablets/laptops, have a few relaxing baths, eat as much as I can for breakfast, pocket some pieces of fruit and pain au chocolats for the rest of the day.

At £9 per person per night - it works out cheaper than living in my own home.

X)


Make sure to turn off the heating and plug sockets whilst you're away. Alternatively air b&b your house and make a tidy profit whilst eating your free breakfast?
neilc
savinggrace
Do they charge extra to use pool?
No, the gym and pool are included if you book direct
Based on the website information, free gym access for club room but not for standard room
Don't forget 6% cashback via topcashback and quidco too.
Dbriggs
It states children up to 12 years. I want to book a family room with 2 children one aged 5 the other aged 13. from what I gather I will need to book two seperate rooms? But there is no way I want to do that. Do they ask for children's age proof?
Anyone had this situation before?
Thanks
Don't worry, they won't ask at check in, in fact check in is self service on an ipad. Our 15 year old stays with us ocassionally
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Family Hotel Break + Kids Go FREE To Knowsley Safari Park from £49.00 for 2 adults & 2 Kids at Groupon

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If you're looking for a family break that won't break the bank, this could be a good choice. Stay for two adults and two children in a standard double room with kids-go-free Knowsley Safari Park vo… Read More
If you're looking for a family break that won't break the bank, this could be a good choice. Stay for two adults and two children in a standard double room with kids-go-free Knowsley Safari Park vo…
millarcat Avatar1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago15 Comments
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Echo echo echo ......
There must be an echo in this thread...
no need to go to a zoo when u got a mother in law like mine
no need to go to a zoo when u got a mother in law like mine...
BobJones009
Wow, Liverpool, went there last month, got to be the best city in the world, amazed.


Take it you haven't been to many places
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From Birmingham: 2 Week Christmas in Cuba Twin Stay £1233.98pp inc 4 Nights Havana and 10 Nights 4* AI Stay - £2,467.96 via Melia Hotels

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There are some great value flights to Cuba for Christmas at the moment. I've just booked flights to Cuba myself making good of these flights for Christmas (from Manchester with a bonus of an overnight… Read More
There are some great value flights to Cuba for Christmas at the moment. I've just booked flights to Cuba myself making good of these flights for Christmas (from Manchester with a bonus of an overnight…
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waterloo
Yes Diy trip to costa rica its looks amazing this year we are off to crete it's a lovely place if you travel about like we are.

I've never been to Greece believe it or not! Off to Jordan in October and got a couple of city breaks booked in between.
Yes Diy trip to costa rica its looks amazing this year we are off to crete it's a lovely place if you travel about like we are.
waterloo
rachelandgromit
waterloo
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waterloo
What a carry on defo not for me 14hrs flight oO
You can't fly direct from Manchester or Birmingham to Havana so I believe. If you go from London you can (direct just shy of 10hrs) but that would probably be even longer when you add getting to London, depending on where you live. For me in the north west it's easier to transit in Amsterdam or Paris.
I've got a 20 hr layover in Amsterdam going out then on the return an hour and half in Paris.
It's ok for some i guess but hanging about CDG then another long flight is too much for most people. I did not rate cuba when i went about 10 yrs ago nice enough people but would not go back. I'm thinking of going costa rica very soon looks lovely so much to do and see.
Yes, Costa Rica looks lovely I'm sure it will be amazing, certainly one I'll consider myself. I went about 15 years ago on a complete 'not my type of holiday' with family in an AI resort and felt stranded stuck there for 9 nights but this time planning to turn it into a variety of a trip this time, including Havana, Trinidad and Valle de Vinales this time.
Yes that was my trip to cayo coco nice enough but nothing to do. Best thing was free horse riding on my own cantering down the beach into the sea and eating freshly grilled barracuda that i just caught 10 mins before we just tipped the beach grill chef he grilled it up for us as hotel ran out of basic food most days US embargo days. Costa rica looks so exciting volcanoes jungles etc BA fly there now so we are going next year.

Have a lovely time! Yes I think stuck in a resort you may have a skewed view of a place, I've been researching Cuba and it's so much more than the AI resorts. Hopefully you have a DIY trip planned to Costa Rica and aren't spending it in a resort?
ardoyne137
Whilst Varadero is a wonderful place, you could be in any of a number of locations around the world. Surely you're missing a trick by not staying for longer in Havana. Aim to at least stay a night or two in Hotel Nacional for the money you're saving on Varadero.

It's out of my budget 482 Euro a night!! Tried a few different dates in December. It will be a small casa for me at £30 a night.
rachelandgromit
waterloo
rachelandgromit
waterloo
What a carry on defo not for me 14hrs flight oO
You can't fly direct from Manchester or Birmingham to Havana so I believe. If you go from London you can (direct just shy of 10hrs) but that would probably be even longer when you add getting to London, depending on where you live. For me in the north west it's easier to transit in Amsterdam or Paris.
I've got a 20 hr layover in Amsterdam going out then on the return an hour and half in Paris.
It's ok for some i guess but hanging about CDG then another long flight is too much for most people. I did not rate cuba when i went about 10 yrs ago nice enough people but would not go back. I'm thinking of going costa rica very soon looks lovely so much to do and see.
Yes, Costa Rica looks lovely I'm sure it will be amazing, certainly one I'll consider myself. I went about 15 years ago on a complete 'not my type of holiday' with family in an AI resort and felt stranded stuck there for 9 nights but this time planning to turn it into a variety of a trip this time, including Havana, Trinidad and Valle de Vinales this time.
Yes that was my trip to cayo coco nice enough but nothing to do. Best thing was free horse riding on my own cantering down the beach into the sea and eating freshly grilled barracuda that i caught just 10 mins before, we just tipped the beach grill chef and he grilled it up for us as hotel ran out of basic food most days US embargo days. Costa rica looks so exciting volcanoes jungles etc BA fly there now so we are going next year.

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travelodge £29.00 airport hotels

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£29.00 @ Travelodge
Travelodge slash the price of its UK airport hotels to just £29 for summer 2017 Instead of an expensive 3am taxi - book yourself into one of Travelodge's £29 hotel rooms next Travelodge's disco… Read More
Travelodge slash the price of its UK airport hotels to just £29 for summer 2017 Instead of an expensive 3am taxi - book yourself into one of Travelodge's £29 hotel rooms next Travelodge's disco…
kirstie2806 Avatar2d, 12h agoFound 2 days, 12 hours ago27 Comments
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Price stated neither at Bristol nor Gatwick airports in August - thanks anyway
Copperface
steevieboy4u
Copperface
steevieboy4u
Newcastle appears to be fully booked on every date...........I've tried 10 random dates now and its apparently fully booked on every date
Since when has there been a Travelodge at Newcastle Airport?
https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/469/Newcastle-Airport-hotel?rooms[0][adults]=1&rooms[0][children]=0&rooms[0][extras][0]=
Thought so - Travelodge trying the Ryanair trick - this is not at the airport - it's four miles away up near Kingston Park.
“Check out and jet off with Newcastle International Airport only a 10 minute drive away.”

Don't need it now anyway as i'm going to drive up the same day. Cheers anyway
steevieboy4u
Copperface
steevieboy4u
Newcastle appears to be fully booked on every date...........I've tried 10 random dates now and its apparently fully booked on every date
Since when has there been a Travelodge at Newcastle Airport?
https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/469/Newcastle-Airport-hotel?rooms[0][adults]=1&rooms[0][children]=0&rooms[0][extras][0]=
Thought so - Travelodge trying the Ryanair trick - this is not at the airport - it's four miles away up near Kingston Park.
“Check out and jet off with Newcastle International Airport only a 10 minute drive away.”
Copperface
steevieboy4u
Newcastle appears to be fully booked on every date...........I've tried 10 random dates now and its apparently fully booked on every date
Since when has there been a Travelodge at Newcastle Airport?

https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/469/Newcastle-Airport-hotel?rooms[0][adults]=1&rooms[0][children]=0&rooms[0][extras][0]=
Rickardo
Not having a go at you, OP, but it's not " hotel rooms close to the top 26 airports", there's 26 lodges listed with more than one close to several airports!


Like I stated I only copy n pasted the details I didn't write them.
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Village Hotels 2 nights with dinner included on the first night from £45 per night @ 28 Hotels £90.00

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Bank on Village for a great May Bank Holiday break! Enjoy 2 night’s away with a free 2 course dinner included on the first night from £90 Choose from 28 hotels across the UK all with free parking, Read More
Bank on Village for a great May Bank Holiday break! Enjoy 2 night’s away with a free 2 course dinner included on the first night from £90 Choose from 28 hotels across the UK all with free parking,
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waby1234
We stayed two nights at Bournemouth recently and found the breakfast poor one day but great the next. Room was large and nicely kitted out, and a good pool too. We had a decent meal in the restaurant, although the Friday £1 burger deal is misleading IMO.

Wouldn't go as far as to say misleading but its not what its cracked up to be. Bun & burger is what is a £1. The rest up from there is charged.


Well, it's actually buy a drink and get a 4oz burger and a plain bun for a quid. It's different beef patties and different buns to the ones offered on the main pub menu, and the extras you can add are cheese, lettuce, tomato, and fries.
waby1234
We stayed two nights at Bournemouth recently and found the breakfast poor one day but great the next. Room was large and nicely kitted out, and a good pool too. We had a decent meal in the restaurant, although the Friday £1 burger deal is misleading IMO.

Wouldn't go as far as to say misleading but its not what its cracked up to be. Bun & burger is what is a £1. The rest up from there is charged.
Went on there Easter offer to Farnborough. Highly impressed with the quality of their dinner and breakfast. Mind you the dinner options were not vast but what there was it was great.
kerridge0
The breakfast isn't too bad - Village are a strange mix of great value and high quality - although they've stopped doing hash browns and the ingredients definitely seem a bit cheaper "post Brexit"..

The bacon they serve at breakfast is cheap and tasteless. The sausages didnt fare much better either. And this was at two different Village Hotels.
I have also eaten a dinner in the restaurant and again, that was very disappointing, although Tastecard was accepted so that helped ease the disappoinment when the bill came.
We stayed two nights at Bournemouth recently and found the breakfast poor one day but great the next. Room was large and nicely kitted out, and a good pool too. We had a decent meal in the restaurant, although the Friday £1 burger deal is misleading IMO.
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New Premier Inn Heathrow Terminal 4 lots of rooms £29.00 per night

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Update - sorry, not sure why the link isn't working, I've tried to edit it. You can just go to the premier Inn website. This is the link I'm using http://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greate… Read More
Update - sorry, not sure why the link isn't working, I've tried to edit it. You can just go to the premier Inn website. This is the link I'm using http://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greate…
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toonarmani
There's no parking or drop off at this new hotel which will likely be an issue for some travellers.
I can't see how their can be no drop off! It must be possible, you must be able to get into or out of the hotel, it's not in the duty free zone :)
Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might explain the restriction.
Also, from checking Google Maps, looks like it's double yellow lines outside the hotel.
Using your link follow map up to, Cains Lane, free parking like 5 mins walk.
True,but might be tad difficult crossing the A30 with all your luggage.:|
Ahahahaha I thought the link provided that showed the renovated building was of the 'new' Travelodge.
You are right it is.
I went past there Easter Sunday and it has already been built.
johnsmith1997
jinkssick
toonarmani
jasee
toonarmani
There's no parking or drop off at this new hotel which will likely be an issue for some travellers.
I can't see how their can be no drop off! It must be possible, you must be able to get into or out of the hotel, it's not in the duty free zone :)
Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might explain the restriction.
Also, from checking Google Maps, looks like it's double yellow lines outside the hotel.
Using your link follow map up to, Cains Lane, free parking like 5 mins walk.
True,but might be tad difficult crossing the A30 with all your luggage.:|

Ahahahaha I thought the link provided that showed the renovated building was of the 'new' Travelodge.
jinkssick
toonarmani
jasee
toonarmani
There's no parking or drop off at this new hotel which will likely be an issue for some travellers.
I can't see how their can be no drop off! It must be possible, you must be able to get into or out of the hotel, it's not in the duty free zone :)
Looks like it's inside the Southern perimeter of Heathrow, so might explain the restriction.
Also, from checking Google Maps, looks like it's double yellow lines outside the hotel.
Using your link follow map up to, Cains Lane, free parking like 5 mins walk.
True,but might be tad difficult crossing the A30 with all your luggage.:|
Henlans
There is no parking or drop off at this hotel. :( no good if your not using the airport!


No drop off? Helipad?
Mulva42
I wouldn't stay at another premier inn after they put me on a floor where every single smoke/fire detectors were covered and fire extinguishers used to hold open fire doors. they were painting rooms in the corridor. shocking customer services where they were not even interested in moving me to another floor, even though i passed the reception later and someone asked to move from a room on a different floor which they got without hesitation.


What was their response to your complaint(s)? How was it resolved (compensation)?
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Whipsnade Zoo Family Pass + Hotel Stay + Full English Breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children from £114.00 at LittleBird

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Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children for Whipsnade Zoo with an overnight stay from just £114. (prices vary depending on date) A great price considering the entry price for the zoo on it's o… Read More
Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children for Whipsnade Zoo with an overnight stay from just £114. (prices vary depending on date) A great price considering the entry price for the zoo on it's o…
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I believe no one found this @ £114 plus dates are only available on Weekdays.
mymymy
Whipsnade is Bedfordshire and the hotel in Hertfordshire?

http://www.soft-play-reviews.co.uk/images/capture.PNG
This deal is Otter one, and it's going to be a roaring success just ask the Lions, if not don;t look down on me with your long trunk, stop playing Dumbo on me, and get Hunting with your dogs at Whipsnade Zoo!!
Whipsnade is Bedfordshire and the hotel in Hertfordshire?
Absolutely fantastic deal
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10% off Bookings with Voucher @ Hotels.com

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From London: 2 Weeks in Cyprus just £193.50pp based on 2 sharing Inc luggage, transfers & highly rated hotel £387.00 @ Thomson

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3-17th May in Cyprus based on 2 adults includes luggage, transfers and flights. GREEN BUNGALOWS Ayia Napa, 14 Nights 2 Adults £193.50 per person OUT: London Gatwick Wed 3 May 2017. Dep 13:5… Read More
3-17th May in Cyprus based on 2 adults includes luggage, transfers and flights. GREEN BUNGALOWS Ayia Napa, 14 Nights 2 Adults £193.50 per person OUT: London Gatwick Wed 3 May 2017. Dep 13:5…
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chavtastic!
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From Nottingham: 9 Night August School Holiday to Menorca £338.67pp @ hotels.com/Ryanair £1,354.71

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This looks a great value school holiday break for 9 nights in the August School Holiday 14th-23rd August based on 2 adults and 2 children from Nottingham East Midlands. This also includes the fee you Read More
This looks a great value school holiday break for 9 nights in the August School Holiday 14th-23rd August based on 2 adults and 2 children from Nottingham East Midlands. This also includes the fee you
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Total £1,354.71/£338.67pp
Thanks for the breakdown, but don't forget to add the extra £6 parking charges at East Midlands drop-off and pickup!

It's hard to predict how people are going to get there though! When I flew from East Midlands my parents dropped me off at a nearby petrol station that I could see the terminal from and I walked. Some people may do nearby parking and get a shuttle. It's like saying to include taxi fare or a train to the airport.
Total £1,354.71/£338.67pp
Thanks for the breakdown, but don't forget to add the extra £6 parking charges at East Midlands drop-off and pickup!
Sliwka
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Sliwka
I am currently in Menorca. What a beautiful place!!! I can recommend region of Cala Galdana. It's like Paradise..

hi how is the weather there, I'm flying out on the 5th may and have never been before. but my wife is worried she won't get a tan X)
It's great weather. 22° Today and plenty of sun.


ideal 8)
Sliwka
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Sliwka
I am currently in Menorca. What a beautiful place!!! I can recommend region of Cala Galdana. It's like Paradise..
Is Cala Galdana where you are currently staying or is it a place you are visiting whilst there? I've had a look at Cala Galdana and there only appears to be one beach in the cove area - are there any other long stretches of beach near there? Thank you.
There is a 3 beaches with a bit of walking distance.. First one and most adorable is in town centre with a small port and shops and restaurants https://static1.traveltek.net/uploaded/2014/11/1415205747.jpg second is cala macarelleta https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQVSwXC2uJQAXeMFuPXN_x75x0hfR_tF0V2qVywRuL0vB5HPM1R 25 min of walking distance towards west- wild beach with coves and great and magnificent views. Cala Mitjana is third , 15 min of walking https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTfT5Ypmm_9K4iT1mJ7YawJz0AHE62zr0l5x90IGQoPqWuZ7NCK1w. They are all superior.
I stayed in Arenal de Castell and is also Beautiful. 35min by car to cala galdana

Thank you for the information about the beaches.
CornishEliteUK
Sliwka
I am currently in Menorca. What a beautiful place!!! I can recommend region of Cala Galdana. It's like Paradise..

hi how is the weather there, I'm flying out on the 5th may and have never been before. but my wife is worried she won't get a tan X)
It's great weather. 22° Today and plenty of sun.
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From Belfast: 6 Nights in New York March 2018, Times Square Hotel £493.07 @ Norwegian/Yotel £986.24

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New York on a budget from Belfast. Here is a nice trip for March 2018. Ideal for those that want to plan ahead and March is a lovely time to visit New York, I went last year for my birthday and we had… Read More
New York on a budget from Belfast. Here is a nice trip for March 2018. Ideal for those that want to plan ahead and March is a lovely time to visit New York, I went last year for my birthday and we had…
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I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . Everything was charged for including blankets as return journey was at night, drinks, food , headphones & seats. I would expect to do this on short haul budget airlines not on long haul, one lady asked for water to take tablets and they charged $10 for that as well, the flights weren't cheap either 850.00 pr person. Am going again this year but with Virgin


Thanks for the heads up, have only ever flown short haul with them and they've been fine. I like a few comforts long haul.
I went to New York via Norwegian Air 2 years ago, never ever again . Everything was charged for including blankets as return journey was at night, drinks, food , headphones & seats. I would expect to do this on short haul budget airlines not on long haul, one lady asked for water to take tablets and they charged $10 for that as well, the flights weren't cheap either 850.00 pr person. Am going again this year but with Virgin

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Interesting read about Norwegian and Stewart airport

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Super Cheap 3 nights hotel and flight £9.12 @ wizztours using discount code SPRING75

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Just had an email from Wizztours with a discount code for 75 EURO off a flight and hotel package for minimum of 3 nights. Checked a random place and got London Luton to Budapest, Hungary on 16th May Read More
Just had an email from Wizztours with a discount code for 75 EURO off a flight and hotel package for minimum of 3 nights. Checked a random place and got London Luton to Budapest, Hungary on 16th May
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Promo code is not valid or expired.

Everyone else getting this?
If you are a couple the 75 euros
discoumt is only applied to the w
hole cost not per person making it not such a great deal
I think they've caught on, can't find anything remotely as cheap now
sulace88
Upon adding my details I can't seem to be able to add a baby under 2 years old to my booking. Any advice please?


Ditch the baby :D
Upon adding my details I can't seem to be able to add a baby under 2 years old to my booking. Any advice please?
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Krakow, Poland + Auschwitz Tour, 2, 3 or 4 Nights inc Flights & 4* Hotel £129.00pp @ GoGroupie

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Posted a similar one last year and now its back :) enjoy! Will post hotel images in the comments below --------- QUICK VIEW Explore the historical city with a 2-4 night stay in Krakow Kick ba… Read More
Posted a similar one last year and now its back :) enjoy! Will post hotel images in the comments below --------- QUICK VIEW Explore the historical city with a 2-4 night stay in Krakow Kick ba…
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no thank you
Plenty of groupies in auchwitz
Would like to book this for my wife , but I've just read some terrible reviews about this company .If
hooray.henry
Lovely city,gave the tour a miss.
Really? Very harrowing tour. I really didn't want to go but the tour is well worth doing! on the other hand the underground bars in Krakow are bloody amazing! and soooooo cheap!
Beautiful place, definitely worth going
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£15 off £150+ / £20 off £200+ spend on hotel bookings at lastminute.com

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Money off codes as below. £20 off £200+ spend - 8559144890744775 £15 off £150+ spend - 8557118991789283 Both codes expire on 22nd April. Read More
Money off codes as below. £20 off £200+ spend - 8559144890744775 £15 off £150+ spend - 8557118991789283 Both codes expire on 22nd April.
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Why is this cold? Do the codes not work or something?
Codes work, I used one myself before posting.
Why is this cold? Do the codes not work or something?
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Free Hotel stay (one night) for test driving a used car with Arnold Clark between 21st and 24th April.

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- Book your test drive - Take one of the used cars for a spin. - Receive a voucher with your unique booking code and a brochure with a selection of the available hotels. - Pick your hotel fro… Read More
- Book your test drive - Take one of the used cars for a spin. - Receive a voucher with your unique booking code and a brochure with a selection of the available hotels. - Pick your hotel fro…
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I did this for the hotel stay last year and again for the £50 Pizza Express voucher recently and this week had another test drive for the latest hotel stay. I can honestly say that I have never had a problem with them - if anything, quite the opposite.
Was in a branch once for two hours (trade-in for new) and had my debit card on the table to pay the deposit. Their price worked out at eg £8,060. My final price was £8,000. I said I would not pay above this. Lots of two and fro on their behalf. But I ended up not buying for the sake of £60. I got the impression the salesman was furious with his boss. In his eyes he wasted two hours with me. A few days later I went to another branch, and everything was identical and they excepted £8,000. They are not called Arnold Shark for nothing.
hibby7062
The company that tried to charge me extra for Metallic Paint on a used car, would never use again.. to add to that you had to sit down and do a deal with them before they would allow you to test drive the car..... hope they have stopped that poor customer service practice !
Ha that's ridiculous. I remember going myself once, I do a lot of research before buying a car and worked out exactly what to expect for my trade in, how much to pay for the 'new' used car I was looking at and what my monthly cost would be including interest.
They came back to me about £70 a month more expensive than I was expecting totalling about 3k, I looked at the paperwork to see they had added about 1.5k in things like fee's, extras and warranties without mentioning it, and were offering about 1.5k less for my car than I expected.
I pointed them out to be told it was top price for my car and most of what they added on couldn't be removed. I basically told them I had worked it out and what I was willing to pay at which point they sent over the 'manager' to tell me how I was expecting waayy to much for my car and that his car was the best I would get at the best price yet regardless he 'made a phone call' and would knock £20 off the monthly cost if I left a deposit that day as a one chance only type thing while his boss was away. I left and got a call the next day offering me another £10 off if I would come and buy that day.
Never had such pushy tactics used on me before and I didn't like it. I'm not stupid but (I know, that's what all stupid people say :P) before leaving I actually felt like they were doing a lot for me and that it was a good deal and almost bit.. it wasn't until going home and thinking about it that I realised just how awful it was.
I'd avoid like the plague.
Dreadful company employing the kind of hard sell tactics even the motor industry is moving away from. Beware!
The company that tried to charge me extra for Metallic Paint on a used car, would never use again.. to add to that you had to sit down and do a deal with them before they would allow you to test drive the car..... hope they have stopped that poor customer service practice !
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Hotel chocolat Reading Central Easter reductions 97p EGG ON TOAST

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hi all managed to grab a few of the Hotel Chocolat Easter reductions in Reading Central train station this afternoon...loads left and many other varieties also reduced..please see pic with receipt
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dewonderful
There must be something mindwarping about putting the word Hotel next to the French word for chocolate, because nothing I've tasted from this company has tasted any better than standard chocolate from a supermarket and I can never see why these middle of the road deals keep getting hot oO
Don't pronounce the 'h' in 'hotel' & pronounce the 'ch' as 'sh' in 'chocolat' to give it a sense of the exotic...
This got me a little palm sweaty

merci beaucoup
Gollywood
dewonderful
There must be something mindwarping about putting the word Hotel next to the French word for chocolate, because nothing I've tasted from this company has tasted any better than standard chocolate from a supermarket and I can never see why these middle of the road deals keep getting hot oO
Don't pronounce the 'h' in 'hotel' & pronounce the 'ch' as 'sh' in 'chocolat' to give it a sense of the exotic...
This got me a little palm sweaty

Edited By: glennseale18 on Apr 18, 2017 22:41
Oh tell shock-a-lot - take my money!
dewonderful
There must be something mindwarping about putting the word Hotel next to the French word for chocolate, because nothing I've tasted from this company has tasted any better than standard chocolate from a supermarket and I can never see why these middle of the road deals keep getting hot oO


Don't pronounce the 'h' in 'hotel' & pronounce the 'ch' as 'sh' in 'chocolat' to give it a sense of the exotic...

Edited By: Gollywood on Apr 18, 2017 21:01
There must be something mindwarping about putting the word Hotel next to the French word for chocolate, because nothing I've tasted from this company has tasted any better than standard chocolate from a supermarket and I can never see why these middle of the road deals keep getting hot oO
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Hotel Chocolat - passion fruit cream selector 3 boxes of 6 chocolates £3.66 - Free C&C (If stock available in local shop - please see comments by Nathan)

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Originally box of 6 for £3.85 but on sale at £1.92. If you put three in bag price shows £3.66. Free C&C. Delivery is £3.95 for one item or £4.95 for two or more. Just put nine in bag and paid for
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Anybody know the best before date for these chocolates? Thanks
Hi. Mine were delivered this morning and the BB date is the end of July.
Anybody know the best before date for these chocolates? Thanks
Please note: Sale items are not available for FREE Click & Collect.
alanrp123
Out of stock!!
They seem to have found some more was in stock when i just looked.:) Heat given, they look yummy.

Edited By: HantsShopper on Apr 18, 2017 09:41
Out of stock!!
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Having got my Rocky Road one and for the first time tried their chocolate.... i feel violated, feel robbed. Chocolate is bland, no real difference in taste to Asdas own. Never again.

I bought some of the Thorntons ones in their Easter Sale. I'm very impressed, to be honest - much better than I was expecting and the price was exceptionally good.
Having got my Rocky Road one and for the first time tried their chocolate.... i feel violated, feel robbed. Chocolate is bland, no real difference in taste to Asdas own. Never again.
Just picked up the milk ostrich egg in Victoria. Always wanted to get one at half price but always sold out. Cheers OP
Their website is very very broken at this moment.
Waa in Waterloo Station branch have all the eggs on sale
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14 Night Package to Turkey - £90.00pp Inc, Flights, bags, transfers and hotel based on 6. @ Thomson

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https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey
Cheap for a reason : "There will be a national referendum on 16 April 2017. Rallies and demonstrations, official and unofficial, may take place at short notice. You should stay well away from any demonstrations. " & offer is for :-
Mon 1 May 2017
Mon 15 May 2017
.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39109107 Tunisia beach attack: British families to sue TUI
scary as hell yet still people are voting this a hot deal! just booked Fuertaventura for a week 6th may £300 for the apartment and £70pp flights. sunshine here we come!

Be careful getting into your car, ya lil itch'

Edited By: StottyUTA on Apr 26, 2017 08:05
splender
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey
Cheap for a reason : "There will be a national referendum on 16 April 2017. Rallies and demonstrations, official and unofficial, may take place at short notice. You should stay well away from any demonstrations. " & offer is for :-
Mon 1 May 2017
Mon 15 May 2017
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-39109107 Tunisia beach attack: British families to sue TUI


scary as hell yet still people are voting this a hot deal! just booked Fuertaventura for a week 6th may £300 for the apartment and £70pp flights. sunshine here we come!
It's a great price but with the currently political climate and social issue you are taking a very big risk with your own lives depending on where you are travelling to.
wh431
adamsxi
Sensination
No thanks, don't want end up with lead or molotov treatment. Also I boycott dictatorship countries. I'll pass...
You mean you boycott countries where the leader has never be chosen by the people or voted in by them?
Well that may include the current Uk pm
that was my point
Sensination
No thanks, don't want end up with lead or molotov treatment. Also I boycott dictatorship countries. I'll pass...

You mean you boycott countries where the leader has never be chosen by the people or voted in by them?
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3 nights in Las Vegas for £250.00 each (based on 4 adults) inc Flights from Glasgow, Hotel, Luggage & Meals @ Thomas cook

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if this were later on in the year and from any Airport in the South East I'd be all over this :(
Such a long flight for just 3 nights stay.
londongeeza
As I said, it's an overhyped tiny strip in a desert. Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Croatia all much better options.... my opinion of course X)


The only similarity between Vegas & Dubai is sand. Round of applause for your holiday comparison skills.
londongeeza
sonypc100
londongeeza
yozzman1234
londongeeza
StanleyUnwin
I'll pretty sure that one of the main reasons people go to Vegas is exactly why they dont go to Dubai!
Fly half way across the world to gamble? X)
Too drink , gamble , watch the boxing live , watch a few superstars , enjoy the pool weather in a cabana. And far more . Oh and then we enjoy a Caribbean beach holiday to relax after partying in Vegas BABY .
That sounds so cringeworthy X)
So enjoying pool weather in a cabana, seeing some world class shows, catching some of the worlds best known entertainers, seeing a wonder of the world (Grand Canyon) and some amazing malls is cringeworthy?
What do you do on holiday? Bingo and take your knitting with you to finish?
Pool weather with no beach X)X)
If you want amazing Malls Dubai's are far superior (I hate malls though).
As for entertainers and blah blah blah X)X):D

Mandalay Bay does have an artificial beach. ;)
3 days is not enough in Vegas... jet lag will have you like a zombie for the entire trip :(
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11 nights B&B in Orlando for £281.00 each (based on 4 adults) inc Flights from Manchester, Hotel, Luggage, Meals & Car Hire Thomas cook

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Conchiron
Anyone actually done one of these sub £400 holidays? I've been twice, both times flights with Virgin cost more than these holidays. Can't help but feel like I've been ripped off massively. These sub £400 holidays, even after adding tickets and food, seem significantly more affordable.
Are they worth doing? After adding tickets, food, and spends, what else is left to pay for?
Thank you.

I did one of these cheap packages last year, paid about £1600 for four adults for flights/hotel. I also paid £700 for a villa for two weeks and never even checked in to the hotel. Just liked having the option for a hotel incase my villa hire went wrong, plus the bonus of ATOS for a package holiday.
Its not a cheap holiday, Car hire and insurance - £300 for two weeks, Universal and Disney ticket combo £580 per person (depends on where you buy). Theme park, parking $20 a day. Poor exchange rate has put me off booking for a while, Theme park tickets have gone up by about £150 per person compared with last year.
londonguy118
Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined :(

I will buy the holiday off you if you don't want it anymore if that helps? :)
londonguy118
Hi guys i really need someone's help! I've booked with Thomas Cook around 10 days ago to go to Florida was around £600 each including car hire with basic insurance. I've just spoken to them after reading a comment on here and they've informed me i have to pay $630 extra for the car when i arrive?! Our hotel is a while away from where we wanted to be but this news has completely ruined everything. We can't afford to pay an extra $630 on arrival and so does anyone know if there is a way to get around this? I feel like we've had our dream holiday completely ruined :(
This happened to us so we went to the travel agent in the airport and they said we could pay to go on the shuttle to our hotel which we did. Our hotel offered transport to the parks and we used the I Trolley to get around which isn't expensive.
kitana8
can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?

Just do a search for all dates. There's the 5-12th May for 2 people @ £410pp but then you get £200 off so it is £310pp
can't find this price any more :'( anyone manage to find something similar?
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Luxury Hotel Collection Touch Of Cashmere Duvet 13.5 Tog King £64.00 Buy 2 save 70% for £38.40 @ House of Fraser

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Got mine too, cheers OP!
70% off two still showing but only taking it off once so two king size still pover £130! Original post absolute bargain!

Edited By: scoffer1 on Apr 19, 2017 10:44: update to post
neko55
Mine all delivered too, invoice showed the single as £10, price on duvet packaging is £135!!
I know double priced at £175 originally - ridiculous - don't know who would pay that - also bath sheet priced at £60 each! - I got two for less than £11.
Mine all delivered too, invoice showed the single as £10, price on duvet packaging is £135!!
Mine have just been delivered! Bargain!
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10 nights USA road trip visiting Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Phoenix and LA for £603.00pp (£1808 total) including flights, hotels and car hire @ hotels.com

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I've done a similar trip, it was great. Flagstaff is good to visit, its coolish in summer, never mind winter. Good place to stay on Route 66. South Rim of Grand Canyon is an amazing sight. I also went to Sedona ( beautiful place) and Utah (stayed St George and went to Zion National Park, wow) that trip. Stupendous scenery.
Tried to use the discount code/campaign code EASTER2017UK but it keeps saying invalid on the website?
jaycrooks
commenter14
Sorry but that's an awful trip. Vegas and the Grand Canyon are worth seeing, but I've never met anyone who had a good word to say about LA. There's nothing there to see, just terrible roads. And who in their right mind would visit Phoenix? It would be ridiculous to go to those two places over San Francisco. It's an awful lot of very dull driving for such a short trip. Driving through the desert in a Toyota is hardly comparable to cruising down the coast in a convertible.
And December? And three adults all sharing one room? These are cheap tricks to make it seem like a better deal. No one is actually going to book this so I'm not sure why it's getting heat.
For a much better trip, fly to San Francisco, spend five nights there, then fly to Vegas for five nights (a short and dirt-cheap flight), paying for a tour of the Grand Canyon (via plane, unless you want to spend 16 hours on a coach).
No need to hire a car!
Have you done the driving trip between LA and Las Vegas? I think Not! I have several times and there are lots of places to visit on the way. I think you should book an all inclusive holiday for at least twice the price in San Francisco and you will meet people on a similar wavelength to yourself !!! . Can you provide costings for your trip so as to compare it is better value for money.
I agree, I have done the drive and it was one of the highlights, I loved the drive..
If anyone is planning a trip like this, consider using web sites like https://www.transfercarus.com for cheap one way rental/ accommodation for a few nights. May even solve the three in a bed conundrum.

Without sounding rude, best not commenting on something you haven't done yourself.
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7 nights in Majorca, Spain for just £145.00pp (total £289) including flights, 3* hotel and transfers @ ryanair

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Great find - thanks!
Great deal Glasgow and Edinburgh flights are usually the dearest enjoy
Master.G
Your post states that you got the last room at those apartments. Though other accommodation will be available i'm sure.


It's ok I didn't book it :D travel republic have more rooms though for £2 a night more
Your post states that you got the last room at those apartments. Though other accommodation will be available i'm sure.
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2 nights in Hamburg, Germany for just £57.00pp (total £227) including flights and hotel @ hotels.com

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Removed my posts here in an effort to rerail the thread. Was just turning in to an epeen/ I'm a better grammar nazi than you p1ssing (lol at blocked word choice) contest.

Good deal on a trip to Hamburg.
Heat. :D

Edited By: Mugginz on Apr 14, 2017 20:39
Mugginz
AnimeDude92
JonF992
ansonuk
Watch out for gangs of rampaging, robbing economic migrants
Troll. If you haven't got anything sensible to say, keep your racist nonsense to yourself.
Back to the thread, Hamburg is a great city.
I don't know who's more annoying, the guy you replied too or you.
You know who's annoying too? Grammar nazis :)https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/b8/f8/bb/b8f8bbee0d7eb9b03940b4fc685934ba.jpg
Seriously though, what was wrong with the reply? Are you ultra anti migrant/ pro-racist? Herp derp.
Wat are you talking bout I dunno what your saying hear.....

1. seems to think Germany is hunkydory, its awesome its far from that. 2.other seems to think you don't need to let anymore immigrants in (war, economic or otherwise). does a country really need lots of immigration?, yes maybe a tens of thousands or more, but over a million, really?

If people want to go to Germany by all means, it used to be a great country. A friend of mine went over there a few years ago tand said the booze was too good, which made me curious to go over at some point, now not so much.


Edited By: AnimeDude92 on Apr 13, 2017 19:04: Other
Mugginz
AnimeDude92
JonF992
ansonuk
Watch out for gangs of rampaging, robbing economic migrants
Troll. If you haven't got anything sensible to say, keep your racist nonsense to yourself.
Back to the thread, Hamburg is a great city.
I don't know who's more annoying, the guy you replied too or you.
You know who's annoying too? Grammar nazis :)
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/b8/f8/bb/b8f8bbee0d7eb9b03940b4fc685934ba.jpg
Seriously though, what was wrong with the reply? Are you ultra anti migrant/ pro-racist? Herp derp.


are you AN ultra anti migrant / pro-racist? Herp derp.

Don't you just hate the real grammar Nazis? Herp derp.

Edited By: zoso1313 on Apr 13, 2017 06:57: herp
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Even if it's not your normal thing, Miniatur Wunderland is well worth checking out.
The related video is hilarious. Starting fires :)&lt;3<3<3
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JonF992
ansonuk
Watch out for gangs of rampaging, robbing economic migrants
Troll. If you haven't got anything sensible to say, keep your racist nonsense to yourself.
Back to the thread, Hamburg is a great city.
I don't know who's more annoying, the guy you replied too or you.

Edited By: AnimeDude92 on Apr 11, 2017 18:42
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Updated the dates.
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Doesn't appear to be valid to book today?
I booked a couple of rooms this morning at £25 each. Try this, go to the Happy Mondays link, (just press get deal above). Select your location and put date arriving as 1st May and date departing as 2nd May. Press search, (select destination again if asked). Once list of hotels come up, (don't click on any of the hotels), change dates at top of page to the date you want to go, (this weekend or next), change number of adults if needed, and click search. Should then bring up the £25 rooms, (or £40 ones etc depending on what hotel chain you selected). Don't have any other Accor windows open, that also seems to stop it working, and also if you need to change dates or hotel, don't hit back button, close window and start again from scratch. That's how I manged to book my 2 rooms this morning. Hope that helps.

Thanks for the tip, however quite clearly the website has been updated sometime today as it is now showing available to book the correct relevant dates.
muffboy
Doesn't appear to be valid to book today?

I booked a couple of rooms this morning at £25 each. Try this, go to the Happy Mondays link, (just press get deal above). Select your location and put date arriving as 1st May and date departing as 2nd May. Press search, (select destination again if asked). Once list of hotels come up, (don't click on any of the hotels), change dates at top of page to the date you want to go, (this weekend or next), change number of adults if needed, and click search. Should then bring up the £25 rooms, (or £40 ones etc depending on what hotel chain you selected). Don't have any other Accor windows open, that also seems to stop it working, and also if you need to change dates or hotel, don't hit back button, close window and start again from scratch. That's how I manged to book my 2 rooms this morning. Hope that helps.
Doesn't appear to be valid to book today?
Updated with new dates.
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Legoland Offer - 1 Night stay in hotel & 1 day park tickets from £25pp! (Based on family of 4 - 2A / 2C) @ Budget Family breaks *Updated* £99.00

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was there yesterday with my family. Average wait for a ride 40 minutes. Absolute disaster and waste of money
Guess you don't go to theme parks very often then. 40 mins is a pretty short queue. Personal advice - stay away at busy periods (like next weekend - at least you went before half the country went onto half term!
For those who don't mind waiting - I think Legoland is amazing!
We got the annual passes through tesco 2 years ago and went about 10 times in the year.

THIS! We went in September last year for 2 days, stayed at the Hotel and had a brilliant time. Walked on everything. It's all about timing with LEGOLAND and all theme parks really. If you go on a bank holiday/during school holidays obviously it's going to be busy. No point moaning about it!
Recently came back from Legoland. It was busy on monday (bank holiday) and surprisingly busy on Tuesday too. Long waiting ques, Q Bot for an additional cost and lets you reserve the ride but only once the ride waiting time is up.
Overall lot of walk and few rides. We waited 45 minutes and ride time was less than 3 minutes.
Dont think I'll be going back to Legoland again.

Edited By: asifbutt on Apr 20, 2017 21:16
This is cheaper than buying tickets direct!
Any advice on the Q Bot please?
I am not visiting Legoland until they put some sort of cap on number of people allowed to start with. It's like herds are allowed to wonder as they like. Not surprise, why would they offer second day free /discounts, because management is aware that family of four would not have chance to get on all rides at least once in one day, looking at number of people allowed to graze in.

As mentioned on this forum and on previous thread, it's a queue land. I got two boys 7 & 4 and it's very difficult to keep them entertained for an hour while waiting for their turn to get on five minutes ride. I can go on for another half an hour but rather not waste my time. I will take my kids somewhere else and there are lots of places, where they can have decent day out for the money I pay for Legoland and top of that a lifetime memories of crying children while waiting on queue. NEVER AGAIN…..
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Rooms from £29.00 @ Travelodge PLUS stacks with Weekend stays code (Upto £30 off) Eg 2 Night Stay works out at £20pp

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good find! heat added
That Travelodge article shows the usual blatant sexism.
ameredith
Make sure you don't take your daughter with you if she is under 16!


Why? Are there perving men? Or are girls of that age simply too demanding??
Muir
HannahB247
Dogeared
Marky264
Shame no codes for one night stays! But great for Two Nights! Voted Hot.
Book for 2 nights and put the spare night on Ebay. :)
wouldn't you be sleeping in a dirty hotel room?
Well, it is a Travelodge...

Go for a new hotel .. That's why we did.
Thanks OP!!
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4 Course Easter Lunch at Village Hotels - Adults from £12.95 / Kids from £6.95 + FREE Easter Egg for every Child

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Has anybody eaten at one of these places, is the food any good etc.?
Eaten dinner and had breakfast at 2 different Village hotels. Was very unimpressed on both occasions. Check TripAdvisor to see what ppl say about your local one before a visit!

I'm not impressed with the booking process - it just goes round in circles...FFS!
Any idea what age is classed as child? Is it something like 11 or 12 becomes an adult?
homagetoshame
stevesiphone
these are not unlimited ! after your selection from starters you go up for your main where you then get asked which meat you would like and your serve your own veg . you then go to your table and eat then go up for a dessert . no one in my local village hotel restaurant goes up for a second main or asks for more meat than what is presented to you from the chef's
I have gone up with a clearly used plate and was given a second portion of meat and a Yorkshire pud and nobody behind the counter made me feel ashamed or unusual for doing so. All my shame was locked up inside me.

Great deal

You must have had sleepless night with the shame of that! How very dare you
gtd65
Has anybody eaten at one of these places, is the food any good etc.?

Eaten dinner and had breakfast at 2 different Village hotels. Was very unimpressed on both occasions. Check TripAdvisor to see what ppl say about your local one before a visit!
stevesiphone
these are not unlimited ! after your selection from starters you go up for your main where you then get asked which meat you would like and your serve your own veg . you then go to your table and eat then go up for a dessert . no one in my local village hotel restaurant goes up for a second main or asks for more meat than what is presented to you from the chef's

I have gone up with a clearly used plate and was given a second portion of meat and a Yorkshire pud and nobody behind the counter made me feel ashamed or unusual for doing so. All my shame was locked up inside me.

Great deal
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Village Hotels - 2 night Spring Break with dinner 1st night from £130.00

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Fancy getting away for the weekend, just the two of you? Why not book a UK mini break and enjoy two nights away in a big comfy bed, a FREE 2 course dinner on the first night of your stay and plenty of… Read More
Fancy getting away for the weekend, just the two of you? Why not book a UK mini break and enjoy two nights away in a big comfy bed, a FREE 2 course dinner on the first night of your stay and plenty of…
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is the 1 Sunday night for £50 offer still not available?
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Home Safe Box - put your passport inside and pretend you're in a hotel! Groupon £19.99 plus £1.99 delivery £21.98

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I have to admit I haven't researched the prices of comparable safes but this looks decent enough. Can be bolted down to prevent some miscreant carrying it off. Read More
I have to admit I haven't researched the prices of comparable safes but this looks decent enough. Can be bolted down to prevent some miscreant carrying it off.
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Technox
Not sure about the build quality but may well be worth noting that it is very small. External dimensions: 17cm x 23cm x 17cm
As long as it is big enough to put your kitchen tin opener in ........ :D
splatsplatsplat
Is it Potato proof?
Looks like solenoid lock and amazon reviews confirm it is not potato, turnip or fist proof.

Amazon
Purely to serve my own curiosity, if you've not researched the price of comparative safes, what makes you think it's a good enough deal to post on this site?!
Is it Potato proof?
Technox
Not sure about the build quality but may well be worth noting that it is very small. External dimensions: 17cm x 23cm x 17cm
Not so small. What do you need to put in it?
Also you can probably carve a hole in a wall in traditional manner to hide a small safe like this without bothering with lintels etc
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Flash Sale...Get 10% off when you spend £35 and 30% cashback through quidco...Easter chocolates starting as low as £1.95 @hotel chocolat

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Good offer if you're after Easter stuff. Just go through your quidco account. Egg on toast Lick For £1.95: Wooliam &amp; Elizapack For £6: The Bunnies Basket For £8: Easter Goody… Read More
Good offer if you're after Easter stuff. Just go through your quidco account. Egg on toast Lick For £1.95: Wooliam &amp; Elizapack For £6: The Bunnies Basket For £8: Easter Goody…
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Quidco only offers 10% off if using a voucher code (12% if no voucher), not 30%.
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Cadbury World family pass with overnight hotel stay inc breakfast for 2 adults & 2 children now £119.00 saving 28% @ Littlebird

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Family pass for upto 2 adults and 2 children under 12 for Cadbury World with an overnight stay including breakfast from just £119. You can add an extra child under 12 for £20 if you have 3 too. Book n… Read More
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Kraft/Mondelez should be ashamed of themselves for what they've done to an ethical company which used to make a quality product. Not the first time they've done it either and probably won't be the last. Still, I don't suppose they have any shame genes in their greedy corporate bodies!

I buy Aldi chocolate these days - much better than the latest Cadbury branded stuff and a lot cheaper too.

Edited By: Besford on Apr 06, 2017 14:03
Here's an artist's impression of this factory tour after the Mondelez International takeover of Cadbury:

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Cold! They removed the word "Easter" from Easter Egg Hunt.
We had a lovely stay at this hotel with tasty breakfast & we had a great day out at Cadbury world too. I recommend it!
So, it's good if you are 6.
Otherwise don't bother seems to be the consensus.

And yes Kraft have killed Cadbury, be it the taste of the chocolate or the social conscience of the Bourneville ideals.
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Hotel Transylvania 2 (3D BluRay Edition + BluRay + UltraViolet Copy) £3.73 delivered (with code) @ Zoom

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Cracking good family film and a very good price for this, especially as it cotains the 3D version too. Use code SIGNUP10 Animated comedy sequel directed by Genndy Tartakovsky. As newly-weds Mavi…
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Everybody get theres? Nothing arrived for me.
I have emailed Zoom.
Even if it is just one disc, its still 3D and 2D.
m.ad
Blegh, blegh blegh! (Heat added :))


i do not say blegh, blegh blegh!
my-planet
Hmm...descrption: 1 disc...

They screwed up the jurassic world blu-ray in the same way last time too.


can we get refund if they screw up on the description?
funkeymunkey
"Cracking good family film" :/
First was pretty good, this one was terrible. A complete laugh free zone.
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Kids go FREE at Legoland this summer (Includes Summer Hols) Eg - 2 Days in park, night in hotel with breakfast from £38.50pp (Based on a Family 4) £154.00

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anyone buying 2 day ticket be warned you can't upgrade to merlin passes
Thanks for the heads up op

Was going to do this last time they had the offer.

I chose the Maidenhead Holiday Inn. For 2 days park and the hotel I think it is a very good deal, even if you did the 1 adult child free offers you'd be looking at £90 for first day and £90 for a second which is already more than a lot of the offerings here.
sianarandjelovic
shame they want an extra £100 for 1 more child


Oh no :/ that's ruined it for us then
Excellent find, booked the deal in Aug with family room. :)

hotel spa resortFeeling Comfortable and Saving Money in Hotels

There’s something special about staying in a hotel – even a humble motel or bed and breakfast. Not being in your own home or having to worry about washing bed linen, having room service breakfast sent up to your bedroom, and being pampered by professionals who dedicate themselves to keeping guests happy are experiences that you can only get when you check into a good hotel.

However, as any regular traveller will tell you, the consequences of booking the wrong hotel can be dire. And the cost of booking a more expensive option than necessary can also be exorbitant. This buyer’s guide will help you find cheap hotels that tick all of your boxes, allowing you to enjoy your next trip as much as possible.

Hotels: Accommodations Around the World

When did hotels first appear? Well, people have been running lodging houses and inns for thousands of years. No doubt they had them in Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. However, the modern hotel is something different. Hotels with hundreds of rooms, uniformed staff, restaurants on site, room service, swimming pools and all of the things we associate with modern establishments only came about in the 19th century.

The key technological innovation was the lift, something that today’s hotel guests take for granted. However, without an easy way to transport luggage and guests up ten floors, most hotels wouldn’t be conceivable.

Luxury hotels started to spread from the 1810s onwards, with major brands like the Savoy and the Ritz dating back to that era. Various types of hotel developed as well, including city centre luxury lodgings, seaside bed and breakfasts, rural retreats and spa centres, as well as hotels set up specifically for solo business travellers.

By the 2010s, hotels could be found in every town in the UK. Overall, the country has 730,000 hotel beds and 45,000 hotels, while the hotel industry turns over some £40 billion every year. As you can see, there’s plenty of competition and c

hoice, wherever you intend to travel. But what is the best way to begin your accommodation search?

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What Hotel Booking Options are Available?

Whatever type of hotel you are looking for, you’ll have a number of search and booking options available to you. Don’t rely on one site or format alone. Shop around, consider your options and book somewhere with the best price, along with a good rating and the amenities you need. Here are some of the most popular places to look:

  • Hotel booking websites – The global online hotel booking scene is dominated by two sites. Booking.com is run by the Priceline Group and offers over 1 million different properties (including bed and breakfasts, hostels, hotels and private rentals). Hotels.com is run by the travel giant Expedia and lists 325,000 different hotels. Both of them have easy to use search and booking interfaces, with excellent geographical reach, and both also offer smartphone apps to help customers find and make the right booking. They tend to be a good place to start, and also offer discount codes and gift vouchers on a regular basis, so always check the HotUKDeals hotel listings for hotels.com and booking.com deals.
  • Major international hotel companies – You don’t need to go through hotel booking databases like booking.com. If you are a member of a loyalty scheme at a company like Hilton or Marriott, it often makes sense to book via their corporate websites. For example, when you make a booking with marriott.co.uk, you can benefit from their Marriott Rewards member rates, which can result in cheaper rooms than would be available from hotel aggregators, so don’t assume that price comparison sites offer the best deal. Sometimes they do, but if you are a loyalty member, that’s not always the case. Companies like Marriott also offer deals sections, which are worth consulting before you book. They often feature combo deals for rooms and extra services like breakfast or airport transfers, which may edge out pure room bookings from other sites.
  • Hotel comparison websites – Comparison websites like Trivago or Kayak are different to hotels.com or booking.com. Instead of charging hotels to list with them, these sites aggregate deals from hotels all over the world. They tend to have a wider reach than the big hotel bookers (Trivago has 1.4 million hotels in its database) and also have bigger review databases, helping you to sift through superficially similar hotels to find one that really suits your needs.
  • Last minute hotel booking sites – Some hotel booking sites also specialise in making last minute bookings. On any given night, almost every hotel will have some rooms that it hasn’t booked or have been subject to cancellations. Nowadays, many of them go through online bookers to shift these rooms, often at far lower rates than conventional prices. Late Rooms and lastminute.com are the market leaders and are always a handy option if you are stuck for accommodation.
  • Airlines – You can also book accommodation when you book your flight tickets. For example, British Airways enable you to book your flights and hotels, as well as services like car rental, from one handy search engine. You’ll find similar options at most budget carriers as well.

Most travellers tend to stick with one booking medium, whether that’s booking.com or a favourite hotel chain. That simplifies things neatly, but it’s not the best way to find cut-price accommodation. Shop around, keep your options open and make sure you find the best rate for the hotel you are interested in. Remember, rates can vary at the same hotel, depending on how you book, so check the different options before you commit.

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Locating a Hotel in Your Chosen Destination

Before you book, it’s also important to physically locate a hotel that makes sense for your travel needs. How often do people book resort hotels that are five miles from the nearest beach, or suburban hotels that take two hours to reach the city centre attractions? Don’t risk any mishaps like that. There are plenty of ways to ensure that you get the geography of your hotel booking right.

The best way to do so is to use hotel finder tools. Google Maps is a good starting point. For a basic indication of your choices, type in the name of your destination and then hotels, and a sample of the city or resort’s hotels will come up.

You can also use online tools like Hotelroomfinder, which has pretty much every UK hotel on its database and also allows you to make cut-price bookings. You can type in a town, city or district and the database will call up every nearby option, allowing you to narrow down your shortlist.

Different Types of Hotel

Before you book, it’s also worth running through the various types of hotel on offer, as different kinds of hotel will suit different travellers. Here are some of the basic categories:

  • Coastal resort hotels – Tend to be close to major beaches (often with their own private stretches of beach), offer all-inclusive packages with food, drink and entertainment thrown in, airport transfers and essential amenities for warm climates, like large outdoor pools.
  • City centre business hotels – In every major city, you’ll find names like Hilton or Marriott – global brands that cater for short-term, often professional visitors. They are efficient, with no-frills but high-quality accommodation, good food and an excellent location, which is often their major selling point. If you need a reliable place to base yourself for a city break, they tend to do the job well.
  • Boutique hotels – Usually located near the centre of town, but just outside the more expensive downtown core, boutique hotels can be more expensive than business hotels, but offer a more individual, luxurious experience. Generally housed in beautiful, historic properties, they may also have unique features like live music clubs, art galleries or cocktail bars that set them apart. And they are often the best option for couples seeking an atmospheric, romantic place to stay.
  • Hostels – Usually based in urban areas, hostels are the cheapest accommodation option. They usually feature group dormitories with fairly minimalist services, but make up for this with friendly, youthful staff, entertainment, computer facilities, bookshelves, laundry rooms, safes and handy locations. If you are travelling as a group, and need to save money, they are the best way to go.
  • Motels – Once hardly seen in the UK, motels are more and more common. They are always found on the outskirts of towns or along major motorways and cater for guests with cars and/or bikes. Rarely in the highest luxury bracket, motels focus on providing comfortable places to stay for a couple of nights, welcoming service and filling breakfasts. Major UK names include Premier Travel Inn and Travelodge, both of which can be found all over the country.
  • Spa retreats – Almost always in the high-end category, spa hotels tend to be located in ex-manor houses and other opulent surroundings. They function as places to retreat to and recharge your batteries, offering massage, beauty therapies, tennis courts, swimming pools, fine food, golf courses and natural beauty. Because of this, they don’t tend to come cheap, but the HotUKDeals hotel listings regularly include spa weekend discounts, so don’t count them out.

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How to Find the Ideal Hotel in Your Destination

When you are searching through the hotel listings in destinations like London, Manchester or Paris, what kind of things should you be looking for in order to separate truly exceptional hotels from also-rans? It’s not always as easy as just comparing prices or star ratings.

One thing that often deceives customers are hidden charges. These aren’t always made clear by sites like booking.com, but can add significant amounts to the booking. For instance, many US cities impose occupancy taxes and local surcharges that aren’t featured in the initial price. This can make a big difference to the cost of your holiday, so do your destination research before you go.

Think about what you really need from your hotel as well. If you have the option of renting a car, why not stay somewhere more relaxed in an out of town setting? If you are solely focused on museums and galleries, find somewhere near a metro station with easy access to cultural attractions. And, if you are just up for a beach holiday, make sure you don’t get stranded too far from the coast. Even a few hundred metres can be an inconvenience, especially when you see plenty of hotels right next to the seafront that you could have booked.

Read customer reviews too. Every hotel booking site should include a section featuring customer reviews. However, not all of them make critical reviews as obvious to bookers as they could do. Scroll down and check that the first few positive reviews aren’t an exception. Sometimes, blocks of good reviews can skew the perception of a hotel, even if they have had lots of negative feedback in the past, so don’t be fooled.hotel room

Finally, think about amenities. If you need a pool, book a hotel with a pool. If you are taking a pet, be sure to find a pet-friendly hotel. It all sounds basic, but when you see great deals for hotels, you don’t always factor in all of your needs. Be aware that some hotels also charge extra for amenities like using the gym or the internet. This should be documented on the booking site, so double check that it doesn’t apply to your hotel as it can be a real pain.

Understand the star system as well. A 5-star hotel isn’t necessarily the best hotel in town. It simply has a wide range of amenities (that’s how the stars are awarded), and the stars themselves are not awarded by an objective organisation. They can be a good indicator, but aren’t the end of the story, so don’t treat them as such.

Money Saving Tips for Hotel Bookers

Whenever you come to make a hotel booking, saving money is always a possibility, but not everyone does so. Here are some key things to remember when making a hotel booking that should free up some extra holiday spending money:

  • Explore secret hotel rooms – Secret hotels are something that few travellers seem to know about, but can deliver major savings. Companies like lastminute.com offer secret deals whereby customers specify a destination and a set of travel dates, but don’t choose a hotel. The site then chooses for them, charging 40% less than ordinary bookings.
  • Use all of the price comparison sites – Whenever you are using comparison websites, it’s a good idea to shop around. They all have slightly different databases of hotels, and may well offer marginally different prices as well.
  • Join loyalty schemes – Most hotel chains have loyalty schemes which are really handy for regular customers (generally business travellers). What is less well known is that sites like booking.com also offer member benefits via the Genius program. It’s not a traditional loyalty scheme, but it can deliver 10% hotel discounts.
  • Sign up for e-mail alerts – Sites like Priceline, Venere and booking.com also mail out regular newsletters to their members, featuring short term hotel discounts. These are well worth keeping tabs on if you are about to travel, as they often feature savings that can’t be found on the main search engine.
  • Contact hotels to ask them to beat online prices – Being proactive can be a great way to secure the best hotel rates. If you see a hotel you love, don’t accept the rates you find online. Give them a call and ask if they can match or beat the rates you’ve found online (for their or other hotels). You’ll be amazed by how often hotels will make price concessions to secure your custom.
  • Book early (or very late) – When you are making hotel bookings, timing really matters. If you are heading on a beach holiday, try to book as early as you possibly can. Hotel prices tend to follow a linear upward curve from affordable to expensive prices the closer you get to your departure date. Then again, last minute deals are always available (but don’t rely on them if you are taking your family to the Canary Islands).
  • Book at the right time of week – Hotel prices also vary depending on the time of week you are staying. For instance, city breaks are cheaper at weekends, as hotels seek to fill rooms that would otherwise be full of business travellers. On the other hand, resorts tend to drop their prices during the week, particularly out of season.
  • Using hotel gift vouchers – Many hotel chains also offer gift vouchers, which can be a great way to offer friends and family the gift of affordable accommodation. If you want to get hold of vouchers, the Hotelvouchershop is a great place to start. Their vouchers can be used at major chains like Marriott, Meridien and Holiday Inn, so wherever you need to travel, they should be suitable.beach holidays

There’s another option that travellers should always think about: forgetting hotels entirely and looking for alternative forms of accommodation. Here are some quick ideas to consider:

  • Airbnb – Airbnb has risen from nothing to being a dominant accommodation provider in just a few years, and they are the most important competitor to hotels in cities all over the world. If you want a comfortable, affordable place to stay and don’t mind undercutting hotels or dealing with the owner, Airbnb is a great alternative to think about.
  • Couchsurfing – If you are really struggling for funds, or are particularly sociable, Couchsurfing is another option. Basically, it’s Airbnb without the room rates, and with a guarantee that the owner will be there. Guests tend to be expected to behave well and help out with the cooking, but aside from that, it’s a relaxed way to make friends in strange cities.
  • Camping – Camping is another option. It’s not applicable everywhere, but you can find campsites in major cities like London, Paris and Barcelona, surprisingly close to the city centre. If you take your own tent, camping is extremely cheap; campsites tend to be sociable places, and there’s something relaxing about being under canvas in the natural world – at least for some travellers.

Cheap Hotel Deals

Travelling around the UK or the wider world doesn’t have to be expensive – even if you choose to stay in luxury spa retreats or plush city centre boutique hotels. If you shop wisely, compare prices, take advantage of any available deals and time your trip well, you can radically cut the cost of travel, wherever you intend to go.

Whatever your travel plans, the first place to look are the HotUKDeals hotel listings. Our listings cover all of the major price comparison and hotel booking sites, including lastminute.com, Late Rooms, booking.com and hotels.com, along with hotel chains like Travelodge, Premier Travel Inn, Holiday Inn, Marriott and Meridien. You’ll also find hotel and flight deals with major airlines (and even train companies).

The key thing is to keep your options open. Research the amenities of each hotel. Compare prices and ratings. Find a convenient location and then make your booking.

Book early to secure the very best rates, or use the deals on HotUKDeals to find affordable short-term bookings, then relax and start planning your holiday itinerary, safe in the knowledge that your accommodation has been taken care of.

Stay for Less in Hotels With HotUKDeals

Finding hotel accommodation can be a real pain, but it doesn’t have to be like that. Wherever you are travelling, the HotUKDeals hotel listings provide the latest and most attractive discounts at the UK’s favourite hotel chains and booking sites, enabling every holidaymaker to cut the price of travel.