Warwick Castle Break - 1 night Hotel Stay + 2 days tickets + Breakfast & more from just £22pp based on Family 4
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Warwick Castle Break - 1 night Hotel Stay + 2 days tickets + Breakfast & more from just £22pp based on Family 4

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Refreshed 19th Apr (Posted 7th Mar)
Thought this was very good value for money, works out at just £22pp based on a family of four and included hotel stay with breakfast & Wi-fi, 2 days worth of tickets.

I've had a scoot about for a few dates and added some below, there will be more but just gives you an idea

Apr 22/29
May 13/20
Jun 3/10/17/24
Jul 1/8/15/22/
Sep 2/9/16/23/30
Oct 7/14/21/28


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The "War of the Roses" starts during May Half Term, then is on every Saturday and Sunday until the first week of September PLUS during the Summer Holidays and May Half Term it will run daily



There is also a mid week offer of £129 (£32.25pp based on family of 4) if you want to stay in the Castle grounds which includes

  • Nights stay in the Castle grounds in a Woodland Lodge, in the Knight's Village or the amazing Medieval Glamping tent
  • Breakfast
  • 2 Days entrance into Warwick Castle
  • FREE VIP Parking
  • Onsite entertainment



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Sample dates

April 22/23/24/25/26/29/30
May 1/8/9/13/14/20/21/23/24
June 4/5/6/7/11/12/13/14/18/19/20/21
September 10/12/13/16/17/18/19/20/23/24/25/26/27/30
October 1/2/3/4/7/8/9/10/11/14/15/17/18


What to do at Warwick Castle?

Journey through the Castle and immerse yourself in its rich history with amazing attractions and experiences. In the summertime, take a walk around the stunning landscaped gardens and get lost in time in the Horrible Histories® Maze! On rainy days, why not head to the Princess Tower or brave the terrifying Castle Dungeon.

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See the Mighty Trebuchet, the world's largest working siege machine! Watch in awe as the spectacular birds of prey display showcases beautiful and powerful creatures — including vultures and eagles flying from the castle ramparts — and marvel at the agility and power of Warwick Castle's resident bowman.

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Over its 11 century history, Warwick Castle has seen some momentous events; it's been attacked, besieged and even damaged by fire. And yet, it continues to stand strong thanks to the care and restoration of its owners.

In the past 10 years, Merlin Entertainments Group has spent over £6,000,000 on restoration to ensure the stories of this magnificent Castle can live on.
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More info on-site (hit get deal link)

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waynebeetison2 h, 25 m ago

If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is …If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is £88 for 3 people, making it £29, add on dungeon tickets and it's not worth it.cold from me.


As the OP has made the deal as 4 people sharing why are you voting cold for a completely different option? It's based on 4 people sharing. No different from a holiday abroad.

I'll vote hot just to null your vote.
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Pretty good for kids. Doubt there's enough to do to warrant coming the next day though.
Seems a good deal - its a good day out with children of the right age to enjoy it. The dungeon is usually extra though.
I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges and only used one days ticket. I can't imagine holiday inn gives quite the same atmosphere.
You almost certainly do not need 2 days at the castle! It is pretty much just that, a castle! A few additional attractions but certainly not 2 days worth and nothing there is a 'must do that again' tomorrow.
'The mighty trebuchet' was mightily out of action for repair the day we went and also happened to be the only thing my son wanted to see.
And I do think it's a bit of a con that the only decent attraction there (the dungeon) is an extra!
Imagine paying 30 quid a ticket each for Alton towers and then having to pay for each ride.
Sounds good but all the ‘cheap’ days are Sunday. If you book from Saturday which is more sense than you looking at over £100 based on 2 adults 1 infant...
fireman133 m ago

I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges …I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges and only used one days ticket. I can't imagine holiday inn gives quite the same atmosphere.You almost certainly do not need 2 days at the castle! It is pretty much just that, a castle! A few additional attractions but certainly not 2 days worth and nothing there is a 'must do that again' tomorrow.'The mighty trebuchet' was mightily out of action for repair the day we went and also happened to be the only thing my son wanted to see.And I do think it's a bit of a con that the only decent attraction there (the dungeon) is an extra!Imagine paying 30 quid a ticket each for Alton towers and then having to pay for each ride.


In some ways you do need to pay for each ride though, you either queue for 2 hours a ride or pay to fast track and wait just an hour......
mittromney1 h, 32 m ago

Pretty good for kids. Doubt there's enough to do to warrant coming the …Pretty good for kids. Doubt there's enough to do to warrant coming the next day though.


I think you're right re the castle - 1 day is plenty there.

There's tons of stuff in the area though. Used to live in Warwick and loved it - wish I could go back!!
If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is £88 for 3 people, making it £29, add on dungeon tickets and it's not worth it.cold from me.
Don’t forget the parking chargue, and that unless you have a blue badge, the car park is a 15 min walk
fireman11 h, 2 m ago

I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges …I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges and only used one days ticket. I can't imagine holiday inn gives quite the same atmosphere.You almost certainly do not need 2 days at the castle! It is pretty much just that, a castle! A few additional attractions but certainly not 2 days worth and nothing there is a 'must do that again' tomorrow.'The mighty trebuchet' was mightily out of action for repair the day we went and also happened to be the only thing my son wanted to see.And I do think it's a bit of a con that the only decent attraction there (the dungeon) is an extra!Imagine paying 30 quid a ticket each for Alton towers and then having to pay for each ride.



I agree with you about the extra charge
Good deal thanks for posting. Just a thought though, Warwick castle count 12+ as adults. So if you are taking children 12 or over this offer would not be valid
Edited by: "butlerreg" 7th Mar
waynebeetison2 h, 25 m ago

If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is …If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is £88 for 3 people, making it £29, add on dungeon tickets and it's not worth it.cold from me.


As the OP has made the deal as 4 people sharing why are you voting cold for a completely different option? It's based on 4 people sharing. No different from a holiday abroad.

I'll vote hot just to null your vote.
johnszi234 h, 36 m ago

Sounds good but all the ‘cheap’ days are Sunday. If you book from Saturday …Sounds good but all the ‘cheap’ days are Sunday. If you book from Saturday which is more sense than you looking at over £100 based on 2 adults 1 infant...


Makes sense as most people are off that day
Be sure to visit whilst there The Mill Garden!
It’s outside the castle and a pound or two to get in and gives you a right close up of castle whilst mingling threw a very nice garden, it easy to find !
Just booked this great deal, not staying at Warwick, but with the local holiday inn, for 2 adults, 2 kids, inc tickets for two days and breakfast, £116 over Easter weekend!
o71g7th Mar

As the OP has made the deal as 4 people sharing why are you voting cold …As the OP has made the deal as 4 people sharing why are you voting cold for a completely different option? It's based on 4 people sharing. No different from a holiday abroad. I'll vote hot just to null your vote.


Same.
Good Deal, well Found
Cannot book in school summer holidays, cold.
Beware - some of the 'nearby hotels' are a LONG way away! Look on a map before booking.
My ancestors built Warwick castle the Beauchamp family lived there for several generations along side William the conqueror and Edward 1st and 2nd Henry 3rd 4th & 5th. Would be nice to go to guys tower named after my 27 times removed grandfather Guy Beauchamp!
fireman17th Mar

I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges …I did a similar trip last year staying at the actual castle site lodges and only used one days ticket. I can't imagine holiday inn gives quite the same atmosphere.You almost certainly do not need 2 days at the castle! It is pretty much just that, a castle! A few additional attractions but certainly not 2 days worth and nothing there is a 'must do that again' tomorrow.'The mighty trebuchet' was mightily out of action for repair the day we went and also happened to be the only thing my son wanted to see.And I do think it's a bit of a con that the only decent attraction there (the dungeon) is an extra!Imagine paying 30 quid a ticket each for Alton towers and then having to pay for each ride.


Is it wheelchair friendly?
Aeschylus7th Mar

Don’t forget the parking chargue, and that unless you have a blue badge, t …Don’t forget the parking chargue, and that unless you have a blue badge, the car park is a 15 min walk


Is it disabled friendly?
D_-b35e8.4734023 m ago

My ancestors built Warwick castle the Beauchamp family lived there for …My ancestors built Warwick castle the Beauchamp family lived there for several generations along side William the conqueror and Edward 1st and 2nd Henry 3rd 4th & 5th. Would be nice to go to guys tower named after my 27 times removed grandfather Guy Beauchamp!


What!!!!
D_-b35e8.473401 h, 2 m ago

My ancestors built Warwick castle the Beauchamp family lived there for …My ancestors built Warwick castle the Beauchamp family lived there for several generations along side William the conqueror and Edward 1st and 2nd Henry 3rd 4th & 5th. Would be nice to go to guys tower named after my 27 times removed grandfather Guy Beauchamp!


Cool story bro.
waynebeetison7th Mar

If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is …If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is £88 for 3 people, making it £29, add on dungeon tickets and it's not worth it.cold from me.


Not worth £29 for a night away in a hotel pp and tickets to a very decent uk attraction... but its worth it at £22...????

I wonder where the line is on that one.
Our family really enjoyed it, castle is great, but just avoid Days Inn hotel (Warwickshire North) awful hotel!
Term time only is a bit limiting
waynebeetison7th Mar

If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is …If I could book it for £22 a person I would but cheapest I can get it is £88 for 3 people, making it £29, add on dungeon tickets and it's not worth it.cold from me.


If you book 5 days in advance is £18 for one day or £19 for 2 days.Hope you have a great time there. warwick-castle.com/boo…e=1
Edited by: "harams" 20th Apr
I had fond memories of Warwick castle from visiting as a kid but we were massively disappointed when we visited, mainly because of the extra cash they try to rinse you for on top of the ticket price (£6 for the carpark, £9 each for the Dungeons, which admittedly was the best part of the visit but that's a fair whack on top of the admission for a family, plus £5 for the archery and £5 for the knight school). When we were there a couple of weeks ago they were overcharging people for drinks and blaming the tills, and even when we pointed it out they carried on doing the same to the people next in the queue! Plus despite all the advertising materials featuring knights jousting that's actually only on a few days a year. The birds of prey show was just about adequate I guess but massively crowded when we were there.

God know how you'd stretch it to a 2 day visit - maybe deliberately leave lots of stuff you need in the car so you have to walk there and back a few times at a 30 minute round trip?

Incidentally if you want to see a truly amazing and spectacular birds of prey show (one with the sky filled with hundreds of incredible birds, including some diving from a hot air balloon way above you) or a knight/jousting extravaganza that will take your breath away then have a look at Puy Du Fou in France, I really can't recommend that place enough, all the shows will leave you stunned. Obliviously I don't expect Warwick Castle to be competing as they are completely different things, but if you want to see just how good a knight based spectacle can be (or want to visit a Roman Amphitheatre for a chariot race and gladiatorial combat or see viking longboats loot and burn a village etc) then check it out - I wish we had something with that scope and scale the UK.
Edited by: "razorwire" 20th Apr
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