Legoland Tickets + 1 Night Hotel Stay (Days Inn Fleet) + Free parking =  £24.75pp based on 4 people (2A + 2C) @ Budget Family Breaks
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Legoland Tickets + 1 Night Hotel Stay (Days Inn Fleet) + Free parking = £24.75pp based on 4 people (2A + 2C) @ Budget Family Breaks

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Refreshed 15th Apr (Posted 9th Apr)Expires on 28/04/2019
Cheap family getaway to Legoland Windsor resort and nearby overnight accommodation. Total £99 price (£24.75 pp based on 2 adults and 2 children) - includes 4 park tickets and a hotel stay at Days Inn Fleet with free parking. Is a budget hotel situated near the M3, scores 3.5 out of 5 on Tripadvisor. Number of dates available at time of posting including late April, May June, July, September and October. Dates listed below


April - 26th & 28th
May - 3rd, 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th &19th
June - 7th, 9th, 14th, 16th, 23rd, 28th & 30th
July - 5th, 7th, 12th & 14th.
Sep - 6th, 8th, 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th & 29th.
Oct - 4th, 6th, 11th & 13th





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Opening in April, Lord Vampyre's spooky new Haunted House, celebrating his arrival in the LEGOLAND® neighbourhood.



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silverred3 h, 20 m ago

Why is Legoland not really that good? I've been 3 times with the kids and …Why is Legoland not really that good? I've been 3 times with the kids and had a great time.


It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. Standing in queues for over an hour with young children to get on a ride that lasts less than a minute is in no way fun.
dezontk20 m ago

If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check …If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check yourself



Guessing you've never visited an A&E department
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 10th Apr
A shame Legoland is not really that good; heat for price mind.
cibarious37 m ago

Not sure I call 20 miles and half an hour nearby to Legoland?


Nearer than 110 miles and 2.5 hours
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A shame Legoland is not really that good; heat for price mind.
Cheep_Like_The_Budgey1 m ago

A shame Legoland is not really that good; heat for price mind.


Why is Legoland not really that good? I've been 3 times with the kids and had a great time.
not as good deal. Only 1 day in park
Not sure I call 20 miles and half an hour nearby to Legoland?
Edited by: "cibarious" 9th Apr
cibarious37 m ago

Not sure I call 20 miles and half an hour nearby to Legoland?


Nearer than 110 miles and 2.5 hours
booked to go with the wife while the kids are at school. awesome !
flamethrower30 m ago

booked to go with the wife while the kids are at school. awesome !


Are they sleeping at school for the night ?
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 10th Apr
silverred3 h, 20 m ago

Why is Legoland not really that good? I've been 3 times with the kids and …Why is Legoland not really that good? I've been 3 times with the kids and had a great time.


It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. Standing in queues for over an hour with young children to get on a ride that lasts less than a minute is in no way fun.
pc50208 m ago

It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. …It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. Standing in queues for over an hour with young children to get on a ride that lasts less than a minute is in no way fun.


Agreed but try and avoid these busy times or buy a q bot.
If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check yourself
dezontk2 m ago

If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check …If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check yourself


What?! If you've driven to legoland and your kids are wanting to go on the attractions that's what you need to do, there's not much else to do besides the rides....!
silverred11 m ago

Agreed but try and avoid these busy times or buy a q bot.


Any school holidays are busy times, and school holidays or weekends are the only times you can go with kids of school age...! You shouldn't need to pay that huge surplus amount of money on top of standard ticket prices to be able to actually enjoy your day at the park too, Q Bot is a lot of extra money.
Edited by: "pc5020" 10th Apr
pc502013 m ago

Any school holidays are busy times, and school holidays or weekends are …Any school holidays are busy times, and school holidays or weekends are the only times you can go with kids of school age...! You shouldn't need to pay that huge surplus amount of money on top of standard ticket prices to be able to actually enjoy your day at the park too, Q Bot is a lot of extra money.


Unfortunately most theme parks are the same. If they are good then they are popular. There are inset days you can take kids there which is what I do or even evenings in the summer. You don't have to pay extra, that's your choice of course, I just prefer not to queue as much.
dezontk20 m ago

If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check …If you'd queue for an hour for anything with young kids then check yourself



Guessing you've never visited an A&E department
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 10th Apr
Days Inn is like a budget Travelsplodge
True it’s all geared to extort the uk family.
But it is a good day out remember to pack your own picnic
Thorpe is also good for kids and Tesco has x3 voucher
Hotel only 29 miles from theme park ? What a joke !
flamethrower7 h, 14 m ago

booked to go with the wife while the kids are at school. awesome !


He he
Best time to go Legoland ever is when there is NO school holidays , call one day sick for your child and go on Legoland during school time to enjoy it properly
Legoland has to be one of the most densely populated areas on earth during school holidays. I went for 2 days last year and other than the first hour when we beat the queues, it wasn't a particularly great experience.

RealGeek18 m ago

Best time to go Legoland ever is when there is NO school holidays , call …Best time to go Legoland ever is when there is NO school holidays , call one day sick for your child and go on Legoland during school time to enjoy it properly


Great parenting advice.
pc50208 h, 47 m ago

It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. …It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. Standing in queues for over an hour with young children to get on a ride that lasts less than a minute is in no way fun.


100% agree.

Even the Q-Bot Priority lanes are a joke on some of the more desired rides (ninjago for instance).

Problem is they can never anticipate how many visitors come to the gate. Last year we pre-booked a date and they were rejecting 100s of people (signs on the motorway saying LEGOLAND FULLY BOOKED - NO ENTRY UNLESS PREBOOKED) but still took forever to get in and park and we had people offering to pay us more than face value of the tickets we had (thanks to the sun saver codes posted last year on this site we paid £3 for 4 of us!)

But that was the first time in half term we didn't wait forever queuing for rides, food or face painting and we got around WITH SPACE!

DEFINITELY need to adopt a maximum number of guests in the park at any one time but profits over guest comfort I guess!

Regardless i love it and looking forward to taking the kids again next week!
One of the more noticeable differences now is that a lot of the rides don't work. I am not sure whether the difference is that they used to maintain them when the place was shut but now do so when the park is open but we haven't yet hit peak season, but we go off-peak whilst we can and you can usually rely on about 3-4 rides being out of action.
Biggunspaul9 h, 8 m ago

Guessing you've never visited an A&E department


Yeah, but we have the best a and e in the country here, so only wait around 15mins :-)
pc50209 h, 26 m ago

What?! If you've driven to legoland and your kids are wanting to go on the …What?! If you've driven to legoland and your kids are wanting to go on the attractions that's what you need to do, there's not much else to do besides the rides....!


Don't care, wouldn't dare stand with my 5yr old in a queue for an hour. Don't care how good the ride is.
Mary_Mary1 h, 49 m ago

100% agree.Even the Q-Bot Priority lanes are a joke on some of the more …100% agree.Even the Q-Bot Priority lanes are a joke on some of the more desired rides (ninjago for instance).Problem is they can never anticipate how many visitors come to the gate. Last year we pre-booked a date and they were rejecting 100s of people (signs on the motorway saying LEGOLAND FULLY BOOKED - NO ENTRY UNLESS PREBOOKED) but still took forever to get in and park and we had people offering to pay us more than face value of the tickets we had (thanks to the sun saver codes posted last year on this site we paid £3 for 4 of us!)But that was the first time in half term we didn't wait forever queuing for rides, food or face painting and we got around WITH SPACE!DEFINITELY need to adopt a maximum number of guests in the park at any one time but profits over guest comfort I guess!Regardless i love it and looking forward to taking the kids again next week!


Lol we got to the park as the gates were opening; this was the first ride we went on given it was the 'New' ride of the time.

Did not queue for long, but what a boring ride even my kids were not impressed.

Passing by later on in the day I could only feel sorry for the parents queuing for over an hour.
Ticket will be for which date? e.g. if I book 26th April. Hotel is for 26th night.. what about park ticket? or is it anyday?
Cheep_Like_The_Budgey1 h, 56 m ago

Lol we got to the park as the gates were opening; this was the first ride …Lol we got to the park as the gates were opening; this was the first ride we went on given it was the 'New' ride of the time.Did not queue for long, but what a boring ride even my kids were not impressed.Passing by later on in the day I could only feel sorry for the parents queuing for over an hour.


My 5 year old loved it, but she absolutely loved the movie. I could see older kids complaining it was boring and i understand why! The longest i saw it state thay same day was 105 minutes - thankfully we had the QBot thing so we only waited 5 mins when we did it!
philipkole8 m ago

Ticket will be for which date? e.g. if I book 26th April. Hotel is for …Ticket will be for which date? e.g. if I book 26th April. Hotel is for 26th night.. what about park ticket? or is it anyday?




it says in the summary when you go to book e.g. 3rd May hotel and park entry date is 3rd May. thanks

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Good offer, but I do agree with some of the others that Legoland is the worst park to visit. You can't see your own child at times, unless you are holding their hand its so busy. (Mines yr6 and so mostly past hand holding) They also don't deal with queues well and allow rides to carry on only half full, rather than getting people to fill seats like they do at Chessington.
i know completely off topic - any good offers for the Peppa pig world ??
Cheep_Like_The_Budgey20 h, 21 m ago

A shame Legoland is not really that good; heat for price mind.


It's better than the Timberland park, theirs is pants
dezontk9 h, 29 m ago

Don't care, wouldn't dare stand with my 5yr old in a queue for an hour. …Don't care, wouldn't dare stand with my 5yr old in a queue for an hour. Don't care how good the ride is.


Don't go to Legoland then
pc502019 h, 15 m ago

It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. …It's shocking during school holidays...they let way too many people in. Standing in queues for over an hour with young children to get on a ride that lasts less than a minute is in no way fun.


I went last Summer, but never again. Badly run, badly laid out.
The shops ran out of drinks by 1pm.
grubpot24 m ago

I went last Summer, but never again. Badly run, badly laid out. The shops …I went last Summer, but never again. Badly run, badly laid out. The shops ran out of drinks by 1pm.


I've been once, never again. It was the worst theme park I've ever been to.
THIS IS A SCAM
Merlin really need to look at how Disney do queues and stop milking guests with q bots. Wouldn't visit again unless we went on an inset day.
pc502013 h, 56 m ago

Don't go to Legoland then


Oh I will, my disabled child always get's to skip ahead a bit.
RealGeek10th Apr

Hotel only 29 miles from theme park ? What a joke !


The queuing time to get into the car park is probably longer than the 29 miles travel time!!!
We bought Annual Passes this year, the Q bots certainly do make it a different day out. £25 each and it's stress free, no queues, you know when to go to which ride and can plan in time for other stuff. When it's quiet the little one is happy to wait in line for 10 to 20 mins - ideal on inset days. But I wouldn't wait in line for an hour at a time with young kids - what fun is that?
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