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Butlins Minehead: 4 Nights - Silver Room (Sleeps 4) - Starts 17th or 24th April - £44 (Sleeps 2 = £40) @ Butlins

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Decent price drop on this! Works out £2.75p/n.

Not for everyone, I know, as term time etc. But if you're free and live local, no brainer!

Light and bright with pastel-coloured walls, our Silver Rooms are brilliant for budget-conscious families who just want a place to sleep and shower at the end of a busy day.

Included in your room:
  • One, two and three bedrooms with double bed and twins or a single bed
  • Bathroom with shower
  • All rooms come with a TV and free Essential WiFi. Towels and daily housekeeping are not included
  • Rooms are located on the ground and first floors


Located in the serene seaside town of Minehead, our resort is nestled in the beautiful hilly moors of Exmoor in Somerset, neighbouring a gorgeous golden sandy beach.

As the largest of our three resorts, Minehead is the ideal location for families wanting to embrace everything that's brilliant about the Great British seaside (including the unpredictable weather!) with acres of resort to roam and nearly one mile of beach on our doorstep.

Home to our iconic chalets and seafront apartments, you'll find everything you need to make your break special at Minehead. There are delicious restaurants, a vintage fairground, the Skyline Pavilion where you'll find our entertainment, plus a charming Chapel in our grounds, too!

If you fancy doing a little exploring outside of our resort, Minehead has so much to offer. In proximity to Exmoor National Park, you'll find nature trails and walking paths with lovely views. Dunster Castle is nearby, with the West Somerset Railway open for a nostalgic trip on the steam train.

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  1. glennbondharper's avatar
    Went there every year growing up but most of the free attractions were gone the last time I visited but Minehead itself is nice and Dunster
  2. KapilPaul's avatar
    only adults allowed?
    Rmcstar's avatar
    Think that they can be a bit iffy with all adult groups.
  3. goldenboot's avatar
    Always worth paying the extra and get a kitchen included. We are going there tomorrow. Booked gold apartment accommodation with a patio for £89. Works out as £5.56 pnpp. (edited)
  4. deathwishdave's avatar
    Bring your own rat traps.
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