As long as I can distance myself to have the whole boat to myself. I don't mind sharing if they are on the bottom deck.
All Short Trip Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
But they’ll all be self-isolating shortly!
It’s like a retirement home. Average customer age is 70 plus.
Was there recently. Around 25mins from jct 43 of the M6. The roads were actually decent. Very picturesque (y) 🏼
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That's a shame you had that experience. I've not had one the last year, but didn't really experience anything like that. We did always take our own food, so never had that specific issue. 😔
That was the plan. We had them a few times several years ago when my in-laws and wifes friends were starting to visit after we got married. Didn't work out much more expensive then paying for the sights and we got to use them for the rest of the year. Eventually everyone had seen all the Merlin sights, so we didn't get them anymore. It was only 2 years ago when my daughter turned 3 we got them again, thinking she could enjoy the rides/etc at that age. I work for myself, my wife works part time and we don't live far from the parks so we went off peak. It was a massive disappointment. After several visits to Legoland we gave up. Most days it was rammed. On the days you got lucky and it was quiet they shut lots of things down. Meaning despite being significantly less people there were still long queues for F&B and the few decent rides that were open. Chessington was a bit better, but still a disappointment. Again they only opened everything and fully staffed when the park was full. Off-peak times lots of things were closed and they were short of staff. It took an hour to get bloody doughnuts for example. Only a couple of outlets were open. The staff broke one of the machines after queuing and sent everyone to the other shack. Can't comment on Thorpe park as not much for her age group there. The London attractions were ok, but have limited repeat value. Sea Life was probably the best in that respect as it provides some quiet time during a day out in London. I appreciate what you're saying and I would have agreed with you in the past as we made good use of the passes off peak. But after our experience 2 years ago it was a waste of time and money. The off-peak days there simply wasn't enough to make it worthwhile and you still ended up queuing :/ Peak we actually just walked out of Lego land after realising it would take 2 hours to even get a bite to eat. I said to my wife we'd have been better off forming an orderly queue in our garden for a few hours and setting fire to the money. At least we would have avoided the traffic home.
If you have the pass you can just keep going back. Doesn't matter if you only do a few things each visit. Just chill and have fun. I love the passes for that. Removes all the stresses and disappointments.
Shops and work are a necessity.
People are thick. They read about a couple of cruise ships across the globe where we have over 1.1 million cases and have decided that it's the worst place. Sheep
It was originally included when this was posted, I've updated the post to mention this
It did say this when i looked. As it shows on the posted image for this thread. It looks like they have now removed the offer.
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Does it have big screen TV in room like Premier inn?
Only a short trip away from Hanley :)
It's pretty close to Alton Towers.
yes ! near stoke & not a chip shop in sight (highfive)
Alsager? as a tourist destination? Really? Oh well, it takes all sorts... :) heat for the originality
Great price. Ideal for Escorts who want to do a UK tour.
Looks good!!! Let's get loads of non-refundable bookings secured before travel within the UK is restricted like it is in Italy!
selling rooms £20 and then cutting budget for team members, no more bottled water etc(confused)
Thanks, just booked Leeds Central in May. Far cheaper than anything booking.com was showing, used 10% off with voucher codes too 🔥
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section (y)
Corona must be getting bad when Scotland is offering discounts.
Each night on Fri and Sat. Best to call as I did and book direct, so was 199 for Thurs, Fri and Sat in May with dinner the one night and b'fast each days.
Are Fri and Saturdays an extra £20 per night, or £20 for both nights?
So, is it better to call the hotel direct or take the voucher option?
£87 for 1 double room end of March Monday and Tuesday in Leeds. These prices are never on the days you want ;(
It seems it's over
Impressive effort.Heat added.
We’ve never been before so I’m clueless....children vary from toddler to teen but we have ‘sun vouchers’ for Friday early in July. we thought that we’d make to most of it whilst down there and visit somewere in the Saturday but I feel a bit off how busy it’s going to be 🙈 I might re think the Saturday and visit somewhere else
We've done it before - I know the feeling about being in the same hotel and not having to pack up. It's a trade off though and depends heavily if your family can get up early. Or if you're bothered about getting to the park early - and possibly depends on the ages of your kids. If you're coming down from Yorkshire, I'd stay at the Slough West Trading Estate hotel (closer to Legoland) and then on one day, make your way south to Chessington. That's if you insist on both nights in the same hotel. It's not that far - only about 30-40 mins extra plus traffic. But it all adds up. If you do it that way, you might want to book the Beefeater restaurant next door for the evening meal after Chessington and let the traffic die down before making the journey back to your Slough hotel. I would say that if you're going offpeak because you had kids under 5, then this is doable. If you have kids over 5 and you're sticking to weekends and school hoidays then I think its better to park yourself next to Chessington and getting in early. Also for Legoland, I'd consider the q-bot queue jumpting passes as Legoland is a nightmare and during weekends and holidays has at least double to quadrouple the visitors of other theme parks. Good luck! (y)
Will be a great summer for those without tin foil hats to take a last minute break.
Yes I’m going skegness
You will start seeing many more offers from the travel industry as Coronavirus spreads. Tourism industry is bracing itself for a really harsh year.
Sorry I couldn't find the information, but looks like the deal is now sold out.
Can you take dogs?
This is THE Lake District hiking hotel in one of the best seasons to experience it. Go out of the back door and you are in the Grisedale Valley with the path up to Helvellyn on your right. Go out of the front door, turn right then left across Goldrill Beck bridge and you are on the path to Place Fell. If you turn left out of the front door you are ten minutes walk from the Ullswater ferry terminal. Lakeland Rooms ( the £30 supplement ) look out onto Place Fell. Patterdale rooms look out onto grass covered rocks at the back of the hotel.
Looks a bit like travelodge Good deal tho esp with breakfast
Corona Virus to holidays maker come baby come i am waiting 4u
Beat me to it (lol)
That's a bit unfair .. My local council is doing a cracking job of attracting charity shops and hair dressers ( money launderers ) to our dying high street... While still charging £1 a hour to park .
Bloody love the Gower. It's stunning.
Also from the area, there is now a michelin star restaurant on the beach https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g1644116-d10444746-Reviews-Beach_House_Restaurant-Oxwich_Swansea_County_South_Wales_Wales.html
I would choose which ever one is easiest to wipe down fully with a dettol wipe lol
Stay at home. Sheesh. ;-)
Tempted too! Hotel rooms look the biggest but are boring. Secret garden pods look the coolest but are tiny. Static homes are the most hipster but are dated-looking. Decisions decisions decisions
Awesome :o) Just booked
I worked near here a few years ago, we would walk round the lake and stop for a pint or two on patio (Sapporo on draft) at lunchtimes. The hotel is located close to the massive Honda factory so they would get a lot of Honda workers staying there. The Japanese food is taken seriously and they had a good selection of Japanese beers (bottled) and Saki in the bar. The hotel grounds are well kept, a walk round the lake takes 20 to 30 mins tops. The patio has a nice view of the lake, on a sunny day it is a lovely place to be. Location wise you are basically just north of Swindon close to the Crematorium and Arkell's brewery (worth a pint or two in the Kingsdown if you want a decent pint opposite the brewery). The McArthurglen Outlet village and Steam train museum are fairly close by, go a bit further and you can visit Avebury village and Marlborough.
I think it depends on where you book whether they are disgusting or not. The ones I use (central london) definitely have a cheap feel - the Fairmont they are not - but they are functional, and clean. Then again, I’m only using them for casual sex hook ups.
Just booked city centre one in Newcastle for £19.99
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Give Travelodge Moor Street Birmingham a wide berth. Not a nice area at all to stay. E.g. druggies, smells of pee and people up to no good. Even the reception isn't manned, you have to call them to come out from behind locked doors. The room wasn't bad and bed was pretty good. Don't bother with the Business room marketing as the WiFi is not good/drops/poor speed e.g. 2.56mbps
Ahhhhh travelodge where they overbook and you run the risk of someone walking in on you! Love it!
Yes there is, been twice
That's why I don't stay at the Village anymore. Sometimes it's cheaper to book 2 rooms!
Most likely will be quarantined by coronavirus by then.
Its not family friendly deal at all anymore at village hotel. (mad) as soons as you add a child, price is double for 2 people. (mad)
I found the room to be dirty and very basic when I stayed
Any, gets you out of Slough. :)
Lol, so he is. Maybe some Welsh people in England, dont see many though. Some Davids, I think. :)
How is David Brent. Seen him much? Xx
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You stated in your comment might be in ur family have personal experience there (lol) 😜 and also plz do not bring ur family experiences here (lol) 😜
Yes didn’t your mum mention it to you? (lol)
Also available on secret escapes with dates up to end of June. First time users get £20 off.
Which one please?
booked thanks OP have some heat
If only I could do a standing ovation 😁
We went to Milan last summer. 2 days was plenty. The week we spent after in the lakes was phenomenal though.
Funny how you posted this 9 minutes after the deal expired, so you did actually miss the chance. 🤙
International cargo shipping contributes just as much co2 emissions as flying whilst cars produce 6 times more than aircraft. Furthermore China produces 10 billion tonnes of co2 annually compared to the 1.15 billion tonnes every single plane together collectively contributes to emissions each year. The whole "we shouldn't fly because it's killing the planet" agenda is simply a ploy to disguise the fact global warming is the fault of nations prioritising GDP, driving consumerist, wasteful trade for profit. Instead many have been tricked into self shaming, pushing the blame onto individuals who want to see a different part of the world every now and then, allowing the real crooks to pollute the atmosphere unchallenged thanks to ignorant and uninformed people like you barking up the wrong tree. Emissions produced by people wanting to experience the world is a fraction of emissions produced by people buying mass produced tat. Something for you to maybe think about next time.
The RAT president of Ryanair Mr O'Leary told the Independent last year passengers would not get a refund if they refused to fly on a Ryanair 737 Max. you if if you wanna die along painful death please fly Ryanair thank you for your dreadful customer service in other words I don’t give a fc##. Regards Mr LEary
I strongly recommend to visit Sopot via train from Gdansk & There's the best Ribs I've had in my life at a Jack Daniels type of Chain called Whiskey on the Rocks. Incredible cocktails and atmosphere etc.
And it's obviously a really nice restaurant. Really nice restaurants in the UK are expensive compared to average UK wages. Think about that and you'll understand
Because it's Poland? Compare avg wages then you'll understand.
Thanks, I meant to Stansted though.
The are in March and April. Look on the site, it will give you an idea of when you can stay.
what dates are these price's
Great location, very nice staff but the room I stayed in January was very dated and smelt damp. The image above looks great if you get that room though.
I wouldn't BARE anything on that! ;)
Looks a little shabby on the outside, like a rundown pub, but the inside is lovely