two course dinner each and a night stay for £50 @ Village Hotel
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two course dinner each and a night stay for £50 @ Village Hotel

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Refreshed 14th May (Posted 22nd Mar)
Just had this email now. Includes a two course meal each! Now that is a wine dine and 69!
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Sunday nights only.

"Enjoy a relaxing Sunday night break with a tasty 2-course dinner included from £50 per room."

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Might take my secretary when the wife is away on business.
clive9947 m ago

Might take my secretary when the wife is away on business.


She’s away with me
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Might take my secretary when the wife is away on business.
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clive996 m ago

Might take my secretary when the wife is away on business.

Good one Clive Owen! Not the first time you've done this;) better than the hotel you and Jennifer Anniston stayed in "Derailed"
Is breakfast included does anyone know.
britespark0073 m ago

Is breakfast included does anyone know.


No it isn’t. Usually £15 to add it on but they’ll also email you a day or two before the booking offering it again with another offer to make it cheaper.
clive9947 m ago

Might take my secretary when the wife is away on business.


She’s away with me
Seems it's only for a Sunday night stay? Unless I'm reading it wrong on their website?
It is only Sunday Night - and this offer has been on for years.
penguini20 m ago

She’s away with me


Watch out for her claws.
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twolittleangels29 m ago

It is only Sunday Night - and this offer has been on for years.

Assuming it's sold out?
Stayed recently on a B&B offer: great value but first time we had stayed at Village and I thought the room was pretty basic (isn't it supposed to be 4*?). This was at 'Chester St Davids' - it isn't in Chester, it's over the border in Wales (Ryanair principle!), and it was pretty tired and in need of a refurb. Breakfast was good though.

Certainly wouldn't pay normal rates unless the company was paying! Recent experience of a (new) Premier Inn was much better.
Edited by: "Besford" 22nd Mar
The wife will be pleased. Because I'll be away for the weekend without her.
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M1LFHunter17 m ago

The wife will be pleased. Because I'll be away for the weekend without her.

Used to love the guy your name is based off! Shaun Rees Canadian actor much better than the newer guy
Besford1 h, 9 m ago

Stayed recently on a B&B offer: great value but first time we had stayed …Stayed recently on a B&B offer: great value but first time we had stayed at Village and I thought the room was pretty basic (isn't it supposed to be 4*?). This was at 'Chester St Davids' - it isn't in Chester, it's over the border in Wales (Ryanair principle!), and it was pretty tired and in need of a refurb. Breakfast was good though.Certainly wouldn't pay normal rates unless the company was paying! Recent experience of a (new) Premier Inn was was much better.


Chester St Davids used to be a De Vere hotel that became a Village Hotel. I was there in October and I don't think it has had the big refurb that most of their older hotels have had which really made a difference. Their newer hotels (the black boxes as I call them) are even nicer. Just like many other hotel chains, some are better than others.
shame not Easter Sunday, but that's wishfull thinking
shame train price's weren't so much, some charges a few hundred to get there's 😁
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jonmarz891 h, 3 m ago

shame train price's weren't so much, some charges a few hundred to get …shame train price's weren't so much, some charges a few hundred to get there's 😁

Google maps will help you there champ!
penguini4 h, 54 m ago

She’s away with me


Sorry bud, I got there first.
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jonmarz891 h, 27 m ago

how so


I used to use train until goggle maps suggested cheaper routes. Check it out
Edited by: "machomansavage" 22nd Mar
Worst food ever at these hotels. Disappointment guaranteed.
britespark00712 h, 33 m ago

Is breakfast included does anyone know.


Breakfast is not included. Can not be used in conjunction with any other offers. In London Watford & Bournemouth the meal will be served in the Village Pub and the set menu may differ.

Hope this helps.
Wow, includes Edinburgh festival dates for 60 quid!!!! Every other night is £250 throughout august!!
The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you like the smoke at night whilst you sleep. Not for me!
A2DY_22 h, 29 m ago

No it isn’t. Usually £15 to add it on but they’ll also email you a day or t …No it isn’t. Usually £15 to add it on but they’ll also email you a day or two before the booking offering it again with another offer to make it cheaper.


I know sometimes you can get the breakfast for £5 but there is no way that thing is worth £15. I've had better breakfasts in Wetherspoons. Good though if you want seconds.
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aym28023rd Mar

The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you …The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you like the smoke at night whilst you sleep. Not for me!

Sounds like someone is gutted they seen this too late and haven't been able to get a booking
clive9922nd Mar

Might take my secretary when the wife is away on business.


😳
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aym28023rd Mar

The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you …The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you like the smoke at night whilst you sleep. Not for me!


No they're not. We stayed last weekend and we had a room opposite side of hotel(not facing the entrance). So not "always" at all. Shame you've been always unlucky at the village
Edited by: "machomansavage" 31st Mar
aym28023rd Mar

The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you …The rooms are always above the drinking and smoking area. Make sure you like the smoke at night whilst you sleep. Not for me!


How big is this smoking area??
Besford22nd Mar

Stayed recently on a B&B offer: great value but first time we had stayed …Stayed recently on a B&B offer: great value but first time we had stayed at Village and I thought the room was pretty basic (isn't it supposed to be 4*?). This was at 'Chester St Davids' - it isn't in Chester, it's over the border in Wales (Ryanair principle!), and it was pretty tired and in need of a refurb. Breakfast was good though.Certainly wouldn't pay normal rates unless the company was paying! Recent experience of a (new) Premier Inn was much better.


It really annoys us locals in Ewloe how they call this hotel St David’s Chester, when as you say it is 20 min from Chester & is in Wales. Very misleading for people wanting Chester. Hotel rooms are in need of refreshing too.
No air con in these hotels and windows only open about 2 inches
Tapperway7622nd Mar

Chester St Davids used to be a De Vere hotel that became a Village Hotel. …Chester St Davids used to be a De Vere hotel that became a Village Hotel. I was there in October and I don't think it has had the big refurb that most of their older hotels have had which really made a difference. Their newer hotels (the black boxes as I call them) are even nicer. Just like many other hotel chains, some are better than others.


I don't suppose you know which ones are the best, from the list? Thank you
Stayed at Portsmouth one this weekend, it's obviously a new one. It was alright, very comfy bed but we didn't like the glass partition between the bathroom & bedroom instead of a wall. Supposed to change to privacy glass but only 2/3 did. Also had a very hairy breakfast. Waiting for them to refund me that!
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ShortyRees1 h, 52 m ago

I don't suppose you know which ones are the best, from the list? Thank you


One in sarn tondu
Da got work next day
machomansavage3 h, 46 m ago

One in sarn tondu


Awesome, thank you! Not gonna lie... definitely thought you'd made that up until I googled it
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ShortyRees29 m ago

Awesome, thank you! Not gonna lie... definitely thought you'd made that up …Awesome, thank you! Not gonna lie... definitely thought you'd made that up until I googled it

Where u from shorty?
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