1 night stay + breakfast + late check-out + West Midlands Safari Park tickets from £89 at Travelbird
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1 night stay + breakfast + late check-out + West Midlands Safari Park tickets from £89 at Travelbird

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Found 9th Mar 2016
Enjoy 1 night in a family, triple or double room at the Holiday Inn Express in Redditch with West Midlands Safari Park tickets and breakfast. This offer can be booked from £89 per Double Room, £109 per Triple Room, or from £119 for a family of four!

* Dates available over Easter. *

Included
1 night in a Family, Triple or Double Room
Breakfast
Late check out until 14:00
Tickets to West Midlands Safari Park

Unfortunately there is a £5 booking fee.
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Original Poster Editor
I've just had a look on the West Midlands Safari Park website and here's the prices for tickets alone on fixed dates (which give 25% off)

2 Adults - Total: £44.00
2 Adults & 2 Children - Total: £78.00

So £119 for a family of four and a one stay and breakfast in the offer in the OP is really good.


Edited by: "millarcat" 9th Mar 2016
If you have Tesco vouchers then would suggest using them for cheap tickets to WMSP (£5.50/person) which includes a free return visit.

Holiday Inn Express prices for certain dates could be as little as £45 for an advance purchase family room (Membership price; but IHG membership is free to sign up to); buffet breakfast is normally included at the Holiday Inn Express'

I'm planning on visiting at the start of April, Friday night stay for 2 people and 2 tickets to WMSP has "cost" me £45 (Hotel) + £11 (vouchers).

Does mean you have to forward plan and hope weather is good on the day (cancellation not included in the cheap rooms of course, and have Tesco vouchers to spare...might not appeal to all but worth looking into. Even if you're a family of 4,staying on a Saturday night maybe, you could (da specific i'm sure, i only checked Saturday 2nd April) would potentially be £59.40 + £22 so slightly cheaper than the Travelbird offer; if you're looking to use Tesco vouchers of course.
(An alternative to consider is Premier Inns; no breakfast included but advanced bookings can be as cheap as £35/night)
Original Poster Editor
Yeah rajeee3, if you have CC vouchers that's a really good way to do it.
Edited by: "millarcat" 9th Mar 2016
millarcat

Yeah rajeee3, if you have CC vouchers that's a really good way to do it.



Nicely put!

I was just gonna say you could get the whole thing for 'free' if you used IHG Reward Points for the room. But I won't!
.."1 night in a Family, Triple or Double Room"..

Anyone know if I could book a triple room price £109 rather than £199 and get little one to share bed ? but have 2 adults and 2 kids enter the park?


Edited by: "eilz" 10th Mar 2016
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