All you can eat 4 course Sunday lunch + kids eat FREE and they get a FREE ice-cream - eg 4 people from just approx. £6.50pp @ Village Hotels
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All you can eat 4 course Sunday lunch + kids eat FREE and they get a FREE ice-cream - eg 4 people from just approx. £6.50pp @ Village Hotels

SuperEd 33
SuperEd
Found 25th Oct
Back again - Tuck into an all you can eat 4 course Sunday lunch at Village hotels including tasty salads and starters, roast meats, veggies, desserts plus an ice cream from our new machine! Adults start from £12.95 and kids eat FREE!

2A/2C approx £6.50pp - prices vary on location

Free ice-cream for kids per paying adult


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Yep it's £12.95 per adult, doesn't sound as good as £6.50. I wonder why the OP didn't mention it in his title? Search me.
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To be fair the Village Sunday lunches are good value - didn't realise kids eat free - thanks for posting.
Edited by: "scoffer1" 25th Oct



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Original Poster SuperEd

scoffer17 m ago

To be fair the Village Sunday lunches are good value - didn't realise kids …To be fair the Village Sunday lunches are good value - didn't realise kids eat free - thanks for posting.


Went a few months back, was pretty good if i'm honest

Most welcome!

Is it genuinely all you can eat, or do they ration the meat ?

By calling it lunch are there restrictions on times?

AL1S0N11 m ago

By calling it lunch are there restrictions on times?



"This offer is subject to availability and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Must be a minimum of 2 people dining. Book online or phone to pre book your table. Prices & offerings vary at different hotels. Free child with every paying adult, subject to availability. Sunday Carvery served between 12pm - 5pm, hotel times may vary, please call your hotel to confirm sitting times. Applicable for children 12 and under. 1 free ice cream per child with a paying adult."

Thank you

T&C's indicate that there does not have to be 2 adults. "Must be a minimum of 2 people dining." So there could be 1 adult and 1 child.

So it's not really £6.50, is it? Misleading post

peympeym41 m ago

So it's not really £6.50, is it? Misleading post


No, that's why it says: £6.50pp @ Village Hotels

pp = PER PERSON.

never thought about eating here before, might give it a try!

This looks good, I can't figure out where the menu for Sunday lunch is on the website though, what exactly are the four courses?

Why is Maidstone the most expensive place to eat £18.95 doesn't make sense

kentpixs49 m ago

Why is Maidstone the most expensive place to eat £18.95 doesn't make sense



Is it a super-affluent area ?

cocogumbo2 h, 40 m ago

No, that's why it says: £6.50pp @ Village Hotelspp = PER PERSON.

Per person if I borrowed someone else's kids? Even then it cost me 12.90 per person for me and my partner.

kentpixs1 h, 12 m ago

Why is Maidstone the most expensive place to eat £18.95 doesn't make sense

Most slaves on zero hour contract paid poverty rate are nearer London

peympeym4 m ago

Per person if I borrowed someone else's kids? Even then it cost me 12.90 …Per person if I borrowed someone else's kids? Even then it cost me 12.90 per person for me and my partner.


Not if you make your partner pay for their own!

Good value these, we find the food is better earlier in the day.

So to confirm £12.95 per Adult

I have been to two and different ones and both have allowed people to go back for more of anything including meat. Starters included salads, prawn cocktails, pate, breads, continental meats etc.Soup was also offered. A choice of meats and a vegetarian option with a fairly good range of veg, Yorkshire pud etc. Desserts were things like fruit salad, crumble, cheesecake, waffles and ice-cream.

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mcvay1 h, 1 m ago

So to confirm £12.95 per Adult



Yep it's £12.95 per adult, doesn't sound as good as £6.50. I wonder why the OP didn't mention it in his title? Search me.

A well known chain of pubs advertises a "sunday carvery"

in the old days this used to mean the chef (or at least a man in a white hat) standing in the restaurant on a buffet table carving you what you wanted. And usually eat as much as you like vegetables if not also meat.

In 2017 it now means that the chef carves it in the kitchen and its brought out by waitresses.
I assume if you don;t have a "carvery" lunch then you get a lump of meat and have to cut it yourself :-)

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This is a pointless post kids eat free is normal @ my village anyway no saving whatsoever! When they do bogof that’s worthwhile

Hmm. Kids get a free ice cream. Which is dessert anyway.

This looked really good as there is one round the corner from me... oh its £18.50, why Village Hotels, why?

I'd pay extra to have no kids allowed!

The only one that is £12:95 is Liverpool.
The OP is sorta correct if you go to Liverpool and there are an equal amount of adults and children

You can't quote a headline grabbing £6.50pp and also state kids eat free - it's either one or the other!!

futura13 h, 23 m ago

You can't quote a headline grabbing £6.50pp and also state kids eat free - …You can't quote a headline grabbing £6.50pp and also state kids eat free - it's either one or the other!!



It makes sense as he put the approx £6.50pp at the end. If he had said £6.50pp + kids eat free, it would be misleading. By your logic he can't say £6.50pp and kids can wear socks. It has to be one or the other.

Why do people and companies assume a "family" is 2 adults & 2 children? My family is my daughter and I. So mine would cost £14.95 when the Toby Carvery abdout 500 metres away would be £9.49? (Not that I would go on a Sunday when the regular weekday price is £6.59). Mah. Thanks tho for pointing out kids eat free!

Since when has a 13 year old been an adult. This is a crock. The kids eat free breakfast at Travelodge ends at 16, when a child officially becomes an adult. This will cost me, my wife and my two kids (15 and 13) £12.95 a head. Chilly cold.
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