Overnight Theme Park Bargains

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Found 5th Aug 2017
Hi All,

Just wondered if anyone could recommend an overnight theme park staywhich is a bargain. Looking for 2 adults, a 7 year old, a 6 year old and a 1 year old.

Ideally we would like Alton Towers, but we don't drive, so would like a room at the Alton Towers resort. However, would be happy with any other theme park, too.

Many Thanks

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We stayed near Drayton Manor.. Hotel gave us free adult entry tickets with the overnight stay. We paid for the kids entry. Also paid for... Come back tomorrow.... as cheep when paid for at park information desk, so we all visited the following morning before we came home.. Not sure how easy this would be if you don't drive. Very good place for young kids though. What about Blackpool? That has pleasure beech park and would be easy to travel to.. Plenty to do there..

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Thanks for that. By any chance can you recommend a good hotel in Blackpool?

No. We used to stay around the train station which is near the tower... Loads of guests houses and small hotels around so you will want a family run one.. No riff raff or stag dos. It's the opposite end from theme park but trams run along the front so no problems there. Been years since I visited the place. See what others here think

Blackpool tourist information centre will sort you out. Get in contact with them. Phone or email them...

allsa00115 h, 46 m ago

Thanks for that. By any chance can you recommend a good hotel in Blackpool?

​We always use the travelodge (south shore) there's 5 of us as well, 2 adults 3 kids. We pay extra for the breakfast (kids eat free per adult) but they've never said anything about our extra child eating. It's then centrally located for the tower/amusements and the pleasure beach

steevieboy4u5 h, 19 m ago

​We always use the travelodge (south shore) there's 5 of us as well, 2 a …​We always use the travelodge (south shore) there's 5 of us as well, 2 adults 3 kids. We pay extra for the breakfast (kids eat free per adult) but they've never said anything about our extra child eating. It's then centrally located for the tower/amusements and the pleasure beach


Maybe like premier inn then. 2 children eat free with 1 paying adult.. It's a no brainer. We go a few times a year just for breakfast it's so cheep
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