Legoland Tickets + Hotel Stay w/ Free parking, Gym/ Pool & more from £25pp @ Budget Family Breaks (Based on a family 4)
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Legoland Tickets + Hotel Stay w/ Free parking, Gym/ Pool & more from £25pp @ Budget Family Breaks (Based on a family 4)

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Found 13th Apr
Decent offer from BFB, various dates aval which i've listed some below but they'll be more

The Hotel is conveniently located close to the M4 and to Reading city centre, so you can explore the surrounding area, before heading back to your room for a great night’s sleep. This 3* accommodation also includes free car parking, making your stay even more affordable.

The recently refurbished gym and pool area is the ideal place for you and your family to relax after a busy day at the Park.

Plus, dine in at the hotel’s restaurant and kids under 12 years old can enjoy a free meal from the children's menu (per full paying adult).


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Dates aval at time of posting (these will change)

April: 22/29
May: 4/13/20
June: 1/3/10
July: 8
Sept: 7/9/14/16/21/23/28/30
Oct: 5/7/12/14



Things to help you on the day / beat queues / discounts etc




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now thats how you do a post
oppkuk28 m ago

For 99, I would take my kids to Spain for weekend.


Seems a long way to go for an ice cream with a flake in it
oppkuk1 h, 20 m ago

For 99, I would take my kids to Spain for weekend.

If you've got a link to a deal for a family of 4 to weekend in Spain for £99, I think you should post it.
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now thats how you do a post
Great effort ! thanks
Does this include Legoland tickets for 1 day or 2? Also does it include breakfast at the hotel?

I know, I want everything!
Yes i would also be interested if you can get a 2 day park entry offer!
Very good value overall and a great post. I think however it would be useful to indicate in the description that the stay is at a partner hotel and not at the LLW hotel as I dare say some folk will not pick up on that.
Says on the site 1 day park entry and breakfast included at the hotel
For 99, I would take my kids to Spain for weekend.
oppkuk28 m ago

For 99, I would take my kids to Spain for weekend.


Seems a long way to go for an ice cream with a flake in it
The hotel is about 45 mins away from Lego Land 😩
Very informative. Do you think there's enough there for a thrill-seeking 9 year old?
oppkuk1 h, 20 m ago

For 99, I would take my kids to Spain for weekend.

If you've got a link to a deal for a family of 4 to weekend in Spain for £99, I think you should post it.
Now, do they leave those little chocolates on the pillows at the hotel?
If not, then I refuse to stay there!
jamiebeags1 h, 45 m ago

Very informative. Do you think there's enough there for a thrill-seeking 9 …Very informative. Do you think there's enough there for a thrill-seeking 9 year old?


I would say so - it's not really a white knuckle ride place, but the Dragon Coaster is reasonable and my kids of that age and slightly older still enjoyed the park as a whole.
Thank you so much for posting this. Unbelievably I was looking to book this morning direct but thankfully didn't as I'm sure there are offers to be had in the shortfall to make the second day there. The same hotel was £254 with a second park day which there's over £100 to play with there.
We stayed here last weekend. Hotel has been very recently refurbished and rooms were to a high standard. Breakfast was lovely. About 30 minute drive to Legoland.
Good price for Legoland, however, this might be our last visit as the queues this year were horrendous (it was our third year running visiting during Easter), although my little boy loved the rides.
Edited by: "swellybro" 13th Apr
Nat.Tho13th Apr

The hotel is about 45 mins away from Lego Land 😩


It's more like 30 minutes.
Perfect,
Never planed to go to legoland but for this price you cant go wrong.
Thanks for sharing, hot from me.
swellybro23 h, 10 m ago

It's more like 30 minutes.



with traffic in the morning, its probably like 1hr
On a weekend, if you leave your hotel by 8: 30 you’ll get to Legoland to get in the park by 9: 30 which gives you time before it properly opens at 10:00am
Edited by: "ennsea" 14th Apr
hiya i have never done this before the dates i'm putting in they all came up as £200 plus so need a help how to do it with only £25 pp
Hi, if I book for the 22nd, do I get the park ticket for the 23rd? Just want to double check, thanks
HXL9 h, 44 m ago

Hi, if I book for the 22nd, do I get the park ticket for the 23rd? Just …Hi, if I book for the 22nd, do I get the park ticket for the 23rd? Just want to double check, thanks



It's the day you have the hotel booked. I've just checked my confirmation and you get e-tickets sent to cover both.
HXL9 h, 48 m ago

Hi, if I book for the 22nd, do I get the park ticket for the 23rd? Just …Hi, if I book for the 22nd, do I get the park ticket for the 23rd? Just want to double check, thanks


Looks like you get the hotel stay for after you’ve been to Legoland. E.g Visit the park on 20th May, checkin 20th May and depart on 21st
Shame you can stay in the hotel the night before park entry to make it easier to do the early entry.

Cheapes I could find is £109 for single dad and daughter
JimmyLo15th Apr

Looks like you get the hotel stay for after you’ve been to Legoland. E.g V …Looks like you get the hotel stay for after you’ve been to Legoland. E.g Visit the park on 20th May, checkin 20th May and depart on 21st


ok, that's not good at all, as I have to drive 2 hours to get there. If stay the night before the park day would be a better choice, so I can get to the park early and leave and head home
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