1 Night Hotel Break + Breakfast + Warwick Castle Tickets from £24.75p.p (based on 4 sharing) at TravelBird
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1 Night Hotel Break + Breakfast + Warwick Castle Tickets from £24.75p.p (based on 4 sharing) at TravelBird

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Found 14th Mar 2016
Enjoy 1 night in a family, triple or double room at the Holiday Inn Express in Redditch with day tickets to Warwick Castle and breakfast. This offer can be booked from £79 per 2 people, £89 for a family of 3 and from £99 for a family of 4.

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Day family ticket for Warwick Castle
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You will stay in the Holiday Inn Express Redditch

Winner of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, this modern hotel is known for its comfortable rooms, friendly service and lovely restaurant. Located in Redditch town centre, this Holiday Inn Express is just a 30-minute drive from Warwick Castle. On site you will find a cosy bar where you can relax with a glass of wine and nibbles, as well as a restaurant serving modern British cuisine and kids' specials every evening. The hotel has excellent transport links and is close to Redditch Train Station and the M42/M40/M5/M6 motorways.

Please note: a £50 deposit will be pre-authorised on the guests' debit/credit card at the time of check-in.

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All air-conditioned rooms have a modern décor and include an en suite bathroom, free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
I used to work in Redditch. Don't go! compare it to Blackbird leys, Telford or any other 50s pop up overspill town. Warwick castle is another Merlin ripoff too.
I wouldn't say Warwick castle is a ripoff. It's not cheap and it's not like NT or EH places. Kids love the place.

At the moment the have a 20% off day tickets on their website for day tickets.
You can upgrade day tickets to a second day for 1 GBP.

If you go there and didn't book a ticket in advance go to the tourist info. They sell the tickets a couple of pounds cheaper. The tourist info is a 2 minute walk away at the corner castle street and jury street.

If you want to go into the dungeon while you visit. Go there first and book your time slot. Otherwise you could be waiting a couple of hours.

For a party of up to five it will be cheaper if you buy a Warwick castle annual pass, because you get 4 complimentary tickets that are valid from the day you collect it, also free parking at one of the carparks and 20% off food, drinks and most of the stuff in the stores. The dungeon is not included and costs 9 GBP extra on the day or 7.50 if you call them.

If you go by train they do the national rail 2 for 1 offer. There are no gates at the train station.

Check the timetable on their website they do a lot of stuff in the summer and don't miss the archery display and the trebuchet. If it reads "The Mighty Trebuchet" they will fire it in the morning and with a fireball in the evening if it reads "Trebuchet talks" they just talk about it.

And visit the town centre it is a really nice old town. Free admission to Warwickshire and St John house museum. For 2.50 GBP you can climb the tower of St Mary's church. A great view from up there.

Edited by: "DanBoos" 15th Mar 2016
DanBoos

I wouldn't say Warwick castle is a ripoff. It's not cheap and it's not … I wouldn't say Warwick castle is a ripoff. It's not cheap and it's not like NT or EH places. Kids love the place.At the moment the have a 20% off day tickets on their website for day tickets.You can upgrade day tickets to a second day for 1 GBP.If you go there and didn't book a ticket in advance go to the tourist info. They sell the tickets a couple of pounds cheaper. The tourist info is a 2 minute walk away at the corner castle street and jury street.If you want to go into the dungeon while you visit. Go there first and book your time slot. Otherwise you could be waiting a couple of hours.For a party of up to five it will be cheaper if you buy a Warwick castle annual pass, because you get 4 complimentary tickets that are valid from the day you collect it, also free parking at one of the carparks and 20% off food, drinks and most of the stuff in the stores. The dungeon is not included and costs 9 GBP extra on the day or 7.50 if you call them.If you go by train they do the national rail 2 for 1 offer. There are no gates at the train station.Check the timetable on their website they do a lot of stuff in the summer and don't miss the archery display and the trebuchet. If it reads "The Mighty Trebuchet" they will fire it in the morning and with a fireball in the evening if it reads "Trebuchet talks" they just talk about it.And visit the town centre it is a really nice old town. Free admission to Warwickshire and St John house museum. For 2.50 GBP you can climb the tower of St Mary's church. A great view from up there.


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I booked this but no email from travel bird?
How is this related to ps4?
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