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Rail + Hotel: Edinburgh Travelodges with Superbreak from £79.50pp
Rail + Hotel: Edinburgh Travelodges with Superbreak from £79.50pp

Rail + Hotel: Edinburgh Travelodges with Superbreak from £79.50pp

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Return rail tickets plus 2 nights' stay in a Travelodge for 2 adults, cheaper than the tickets by themselves!

This is for the various Edinburgh Travelodges - Haymarket, Central, Cameron Toll, Shandwick Place (and West End). The deal site says you need to book on the phone but you can get these prices (and better!) on Superbreak's website with the 2-night rail break offer (link in first comment).

Also, the tickets you get have the advantage over Advance tickets that you can return any time (although it is recommended that you reserve a seat before departure), rather than on a particular train.

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Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the ones in the drop down list on the Superbreak 2-night rail break offer page?

smartarse99

Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the … Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the ones in the drop down list on the Superbreak 2-night rail break offer page?



I also wanted to ask same question. Also when I try to book, I dont see the times of trains, how can I know the departure and return times?
Cheers!

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smartarse99

Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the … Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the ones in the drop down list on the Superbreak 2-night rail break offer page?


Don't know about that one - I think that for Edinburgh the only valid departure stations are East Coast mainline. I'd suggest calling Travelodge about it.

david1979

Also when I try to book, I dont see the times of trains, how can I know … Also when I try to book, I dont see the times of trains, how can I know the departure and return times?


Your ticket will be valid for any East Coast train on the day of departure, and any return train up to one calendar month after that, with certain restrictions (check T&Cs, basically off-peak only). You can look on the East Coast website for timetables - trains from London run every half hour. East Coast recommend that you reserve a seat, which you can do by phoning them up.

looks like a good deal

It's a great deal, shame that the closest station for me is about 60 miles away.

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david1979

Also when I try to book, I dont see the times of trains, how can I know … Also when I try to book, I dont see the times of trains, how can I know the departure and return times?


[/quote]Your ticket will be valid for any East Coast train on the day of departure, and any return train up to one calendar month after that, with certain restrictions (check T&Cs, basically off-peak only). You can look on the East Coast website for timetables - trains from London run every half hour. East Coast recommend that you reserve a seat, which you can do by phoning them up.[/quote]

Thanks Nick.
That really helped. Plan to visit Edinbrugh with my wife in July!!!

Edited by: "david1979" 9th Jun 2011

8% Quidco too.

Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog ]Playpennies!

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Went for this to make a visit to Edinburgh - nice!

Checked trains on East Coast's own website - trains for my out/return price up at £178 for two! I'm effectively getting the Travelodge for free I guess!

Will ensure I get a reservation. I assume I just tell them that I've booked on those dates via Superbreak or something?

Looked at the picture and thought, God Travel Lodges are amazing North of the border

Seems like a great deal. Went with my wife over the april bank holiday and loved it.. drove up then and with hotels it cost a lot more than this!

A great deal!!

First I follow the 'go to deal' link, and I am taken to a page with no links, which suggests that I have to phone a rip-off 0870 number to find out anything. Then I follow the link provided by nickspoon, and find that this is only for East Coast Trains, yet apart from the picture on the Travelodge website, which shows an East coast train, (which gives a small hint, but it could easily just be a generic picture of a train) the Travelodge website doesn't adequately explain the limited scope of this deal, so many will end up making a long expensive phone call for nothing because the Travelodge website does say ".....which includes standard class return rail tickets from any local train station."

So warm for the deal, but freezing cold for the poor information from Travelodge.

It is a great deal!
But as I live in Wiltshire, near Bristol, can't see any train deals to London/Edinburgh anywhere near me. Although there is a picture of First Great Western which is the train i would use to get to london. A bit odd.

So...do the trains go from Manchester? I can't work out the site!

dean_brfc

So...do the trains go from Manchester? I can't work out the site!



No, nor from Liverpool. Great offer if you have a station nearby.

Can't seem to get a good price from London...

COLD - i live in Edinburgh!

Seems like a good deal for anyone who wants to come visit...

What if I wanted it for me and my two wee boys 2 and 5 yrs old. Would i pay for just me or would I need to pay for them at that price each too x

i did this last year its great, unless the terms have changed, its travel between any 2 stations on the east coast line for £80, so limited stations.
if unsure, give suprerbreak a call, they were really helpful for me

Not sure I understand... tried ringing the number but no answer. Is there an easier way to do this online?

I'm going up for 5 days in July anyway, and haven't booked train, so this would be two extra nights for free! (if I can get it to work)

Also be aware Travelodge always overbook rooms, as a policy, as people don't show for room booked under offer. So make sure you have a back-up plan if they turn you away when you arrive to check in to your room, only to find that all their rooms are full. They won't care or help you out... just turf you out.

Avoid Haymarket if given a choice, I booked here in April on the £10 room offer. The room was in the furthest corner from reception, was cold, uncomfortable and had paint peeling

I'd agree to avoid the Haymarket if possible! We stayed in September - the room was at the far end and was awful, plaster coming off the walls, no remote for tv, mismatching, broken, furniture, broken kettle etc etc AND the lady on reception was very rude and abrupt!

Bit of a con only train stations are in london and east coast and august is all full

smartarse99

Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the … Do you know if the train stations the offer is valid for is only for the ones in the drop down list on the Superbreak 2-night rail break offer page?



Why don't you try putting Edinburgh in the departure station - and the stations it is linked to should be offered on the Destination list.
Find your nearest, then put that into the Departure station - and Edinburgh should be in the Destination list.

That is how I worked it anyway.

Seems to be Kings Cross, Stevenage, Peterborough, York, Darlington, Durham, Newcastle and Berwick.
Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness as well I think !

Aww please can anyone help me? Dunno if I'm being thick!

I am looking from London for preferably Friday to Sunday, or Saturday to Monday but am getting quoted nowhere near £79, I am getting £328+

Can anyone tell me where I'm going wrong, please?

stuartFCG

I'd agree to avoid the Haymarket if possible! We stayed in September - … I'd agree to avoid the Haymarket if possible! We stayed in September - the room was at the far end and was awful, plaster coming off the walls, no remote for tv, mismatching, broken, furniture, broken kettle etc etc AND the lady on reception was very rude and abrupt!



The Edinburgh Cameron Toll Travelodge is by far the best out of the ones mentioned in the offer but it's about 2 miles outside the city centre but is on a main bus route and would only take 10-15m to get into the centre.

Went to Edinburgh last year for the first time in my life and was astonished at how beautiful it was. Most impressive city I've ever visited in terms of the architecture.

Here is the list of the stations you ll get this appr deal (basically because they re on the East Coast line)

Aberdeen
Berwick
Darlington
Dundee
Durham
Edinburgh
Inverness
Leeds
London
Newcastle
Peterborough
Stevenage
York

Contacted Superbreak, they deal s from £79.50, but most quoted £83.50, still bargain, based on 2 adults sharing a room.

It s valid from now until 31/10/2011.

You can definitely book online, and save extra 8% with Quidco, what s a deal!

Follow link below for booking

superbreak.com/rai…htm

Book myself £83.50 for 2 nights.

Got my bits through in the post today (quick!). Includes the train tickets and a receipt with the hotel booking. Leaflet inside says to book reservation to call up - and it's £5 for each reservation. Sound right (for those who've done this before) or any other way, y'know, to avoid that fee!

mjb1975

Got my bits through in the post today (quick!). Includes the train … Got my bits through in the post today (quick!). Includes the train tickets and a receipt with the hotel booking. Leaflet inside says to book reservation to call up - and it's £5 for each reservation. Sound right (for those who've done this before) or any other way, y'know, to avoid that fee!


They never fail to find a way to screw just that little bit extra cash out of people.

Seems like a good deal!

sorry, is this deal still available? or is taken?
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