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LNER Train travel midweek - London to Grantham fo £5, to Leeds for £10 and Edinburgh for £20.
19/08/2020Expires on 19/08/2020Posted 7th AugPosted 7th Aug
Travel from London from just £5. Many great offers including from London to GRANTHAM fo £5, to Leeds for £10 and Edinburugh for £20. Midweek summer travel offer terms and conditio… Read more

(:I Only on LNER apparently, not on any of the other TOCs


People who have been drinking aren't very good at social distancing.




Oh come on! Go an hour or two without a drink! :D Read an interesting book instead. Or, check the good people at the AA. 😏


They have banned booze on board Because of covid. Absolutely idiotic. What does having a nice relaxing glass of wine or GnT on board have to do with covid?

Leonardo / Jurys inn 4* hotel (30 locations e.g Edinburgh) - two people inc breakfast - 1 night £44 / 2 nights £80 with code @ Travelzoo
Posted 6th AugPosted 6th Aug
Stay for two people at the 4* Leonardo or Jurys Inn hotel with daily breakfast, and a choice of 30 locations including Edinburgh, Cheltenham, Brighton, Cardiff, Oxford (full locati… Read more

Thanks for this, great deal.


Very bad communication with jurys inn, would not recommend


Thanks booked a 3 night stay in Edinburgh with breakfast for £116 after quidco (y) Checked first on the company website for availability, bought voucher and emailed this afternoon. Got conformation back within a few hours 😁


I emailed, it redirected the email to they replied within 8 hours or so, told me there was availability but then said contact travelzoo to discuss the price if your using a voucher. Which is bizarre because if im buying the voucher i have to email to book the room?! Im confused tbh


Thank you for letting me know, that's quite cheeky of TravelZoo. Still a good deal for a couple of days a way though.

Travelodge hotel rooms in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham for £24.99 @ Travelodge
Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Travelodge have got hotel rooms in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham for £24.99 Summer’s here and it’s time to make the most of these long days. There’s 140,000 miles of footpath… Read more
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According to the Travelodge website, as of this moment, 418 out of 570 of their hotels are open. That leaves 152 that remain closed. Hotels that reopen are added to their open list on a daily basis, but theres no way of seeing when a hotel that is not currently on the open list will be reopening. Travelodge will have drawn up a schedule to reopen their hotels, so they will certainly have known when hotels are being reopened. They should have made customers aware of reopening dates of closed hotels so they could have planned accordingly.


Thanks for the heads up about that.


It's important to check their list of hotels currently open ss over 100 are still closed due to their phased reopening programme, yet their web site allows customers to make bookings at any of their hotels for immediate stays. Their Twitter and Facebook pages are awash with comments from customers asking if their chosen hotel will be open in time for their stay. Travelodge staff have responded to some of these queries by telling customers that they will be notified nearer their stay date if the hotel remains closed. It common sense had prevailed, Travelodge should have prevented customers from making reservations at any of their hotels that had delayed opening dates.


I haven’t read that article but if it’s about c400landlords moving to IBIS and another c100 landlords setting up their own chain... then yes


Recently stayed in a travel lodge and the deep clean is rubbish ! We had to go and buy antibacterial wipes because the switches ect where black with dirt . Still thinking about sending the an email Of complaint

4* Central Edinburgh Stay (Leonardo Royal Edinburgh Haymarket Hotel) - £48 @
Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
Good price for a 4* Stay in Edinburgh, the rooms at this hotel look really nice! Example dates are provided below although many more are available. Free cancellation is also availa… Read more
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That is £4 per night dearer compared to and few others..!!


it's 10-15 minute walk to princes street or you could get the tram.


I’ve stayed here a few times, not as central to the attractions as you would think about 30mins walk to the shops but rooms were clean


I’m holding out for the Donatello


Voted Cold - it's a 5 minutes walk away. I didn't really.

Central 4* Cardiff or Liverpool Mercure Hotel Stay - £44 using code @ Groupon (New account)
Posted 25th JulPosted 25th Jul
Good price for a central 4* stay in either Cardiff or Liverpool. If you have a new account, use the code WELCOME for 20% off or EXTRA20 for 12% off for existing accounts. Please no… Read more

When I click through, I only get cardiff, but want Liverpool


Where do you put the code


Wonder if the spa will be open

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Bristol or Luton to Krakow return flight for £26.98 or from Liverpool for £25.98! Lots more cheap autumn flights with easyJet.
Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Please check before travelling whether your destination requires you to self-isolate when you arrive, or whether you will need to do so when you return to the UK. You can find ful… Read more

Usually Edinburgh or Prestwick but often Leeds or Manchester, also.


Where are you flying from ?


Thanks pal, I’ll look into that. It’s all about being able to get easy flights, too.


I would recommend Wrocław. Most tourist town in PL. Gdańsk at that moment are too expensive...


Went to Krakow and Zakopane Christmas but would love to do Gdansk myself

2 Nights Edinburgh - 4* Courtyard by Marriott (Oct to March dates) £98.10 with code @ Travelzoo
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Posted 6th JulPosted 6th Jul
Two night break to Edinburgh (option to flex to three nights) staying at the centrally located 4* Courtyard by Marriott, less than 5 minutes away from Princes street, 15 minutes fr… Read more

unlucky mate, its truly one of the worlds best cities


Its 5 mins walk from the bus station & ten mins walk from Waverley train station, but you'll be shafted if you take your car. Edinburgh is rather unusual as excluding the two mainline train stations, it has no other train stations.


I got this close to landing a job in Edinburgh and moving up there about three years ago - still high in sodium about it falling through, if I'm honest. Edinburgh's gorgeous.


I know :D . There has been a reduced service on local trains and buses (though buses are back to normal now, I assume trains and trams are soon if not already). There's a general polite request not to travel more than 5 miles but it's not enforced in any way. If you can get a seat, you're fine (note that by law you must wear a mask in Scotland on all public transport, presumably on the train up and in all shops. I would not be surprised if that remains the case right through summer at least). There are actually are some tourists about in I'd say March/April-like numbers, presumably staying in AirBnB's. By October everything should be pretty much back to normal (especially as, unlike England, the outbreak is very much now locked down - daily deaths in single figures, sometimes zero - so a second wave in autumn is significantly less likely). Right now, your main challenge will be eating as everywhere is pretty much takeaway only and most visitor attractions are also closed. But, if all you really want to do is wander around in relatively decent weather looking at (but not in) nice architecture unworried by crowds, it's an ideal time. (It's also a good time for spotting dolphins, seals and the odd shark in the Forth) Also, fwiw, the new, billion pound St James shopping/hotel complex is opposite this hotel (i.e. right now a giant building site) but is slated to open in October, if that's your kind of thing. Also worth mentioning that this hotel backs right on to Calton Hill, a far more rewarding view than from Arthurs Seat imho. Fun fact: the word "panorama" is not, in fact, an ancient word but the invented name of the first ever 360 degree painting that was a sensation of the age in the late 1700's (a sort of virtual reality of it's day). That painting was the view from Calton Hill (picked because uniquely in the world, you could see the sea, mountains, two castles, a fairy-tale-illustration-like capital city and a volcano all from the same spot)


Cracking deal

Easy Hotel sale, rooms from £18 with free wifi e.g. Monday 13th July at Birmingham
Posted 4th JulPosted 4th Jul
To get the cheapest prices and free WiFi just join their free Clubzzz. This is a decent sale although only Manchester is open now, with more branches opening from next week. It'… Read more

But the above photo shows room cleaning = £10. Does that mean cleaning during mutiple days when you are there or what?


Interesting reading your comments guys. I'm seeing Easy Hotels as being a solution when you want to take a job that's say 70 miles from home. 1 or 2 nights in hotel = 2 or 3 days in office, rest is work from home.


Nice deal get the prison experience windowless 6X6 cell for just 18 pounds (y) jokes aside it is clean I got a Window cell for 35 pounds it was clean but claustrophobic and HOT in February!


Thanks! Booked one in London-Croydon for an early Gatwick flight (highfive)


Indeed, couldn’t wait to get out I felt a prisoner.

Zip Hotel Cardiff (by Premier Inn) from £18.50 per night (Including Free Wifi)
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Excellent price for an overnight stay in Cardiff. The £18.50 headline price is available on most Monday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday nights throughout late July and August (examp… Read more
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Good deal for the one night.


Sticky sheets


wow .......


crap rooms but good for a day on the booze, somewhere to crash what do you expect for £20


This is a great place to stop on a budget. As said the bar prices are really cheap, I think they were doing a pizza and pint for £5 last year, pint was £3 from memory. They also allow you to bring food in/order a takeaway and eat it in the bar.

Over 1 Million Rooms less than £29 (e.g Central Manchester, Bath & Bournemouth £24.99) from 4th July @ Travelodge
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
Travelodge are reopening with a decent sale with over 1m rooms costing < £29. Please note you can only book for stays from the 4th July. I've had a quick look through and the… Read more
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Thanks for this, 2 nights booked in at Manchester Piccadilly for £64.98, incredible pricing at the moment due to this pesky virus - I have to stay over in Manchester for work quite a bit and in normal times often just one night in central Manchester can cost 3 figures! I've also found in recent years that Travelodge seem to have basically just nicked the designers from Premier Inn as the rooms are often very similar! (But they definetely could do with a bit of TLC at Reading Central!)


Checked 2 of them in Bournemouth and are both full price, Not sure where the £29 per night rooms are....


On my way to a Travelodge now via train to check out the "new normal" experience :-) This is a good deal but very few Travelodges are open at the moment so the choice isn't quite there yet. Stayed in dozens never really had a problem (the newer ones with aircon and big TVs etc obviously preferable)


Similar to the story I heard (may be an Urban Myth tho') about an elderly lady who sold up and went on cruises all year round rather to use up all her money rather than going into a retirement home. Probably BS, but sounds better than wasting away in an OFH. Might be some truth in it:


Wouldn’t stay in one of their many dives if you paid me!

Premier Inn Room Sale from £29 (Including London) - July to August dates @ Premier Inn
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
Premier Inn currently have lots of cheap rooms available for £29 throughout the summer period. You must book for dates after the 4th July. There seems to be good availability thr… Read more
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Cancelled my booking for my dates saying they’re not ready to open, yet they’re still available to book on their website at a higher rate?


My Poole booking for end of the next week was cancelled too


Room cancelled for next week, decided not to open our hotel until later. That’s really poor. I now have annual leave booked off work which I cannot cancel and alternative hotels in the area much more expensive


They have just cancelled my booking as their hotels are not ready to be visited yet - booked it for the 13th July so looks like they could be reopening some branches even later.



List of Travelodge Rooms from £20 with 10% off code **Easter Weekend + Early May Bank Holiday + End May Bank Holiday**
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List of Travelodge Rooms from £20 with 10% off code **Easter Weekend + Early May Bank Holiday + End May Bank Holiday**
** Edit - 10% off code available at Vouchercodes ** ** Edit 2 - now added early May Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 8th/Sat 9th) in comments below ** ** Edit 3 - now added late M… Read more

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 was showing, used 10% off with voucher codes too &#x1F525;


Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section (y)

April to August Premier Inn Rooms £30 or less - includes family rooms - full A-Z list with dates @ Premier Inn
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April to August Premier Inn Rooms £30 or less - includes family rooms - full A-Z list with dates @ Premier Inn
This post gives an updated list of Premier Inn rooms for £30 or less, for the date period end of March to August. This also includes family rooms (2 adults and up to 2 children), s… Read more

£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 &#x1F648; 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)

Park International Hotel Kensington London £99 per night @ Secret Escapes
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Park International Hotel Kensington London £99 per night @ Secret Escapes
From £99 £180 per standard room per night inc. breakfast; 'Heritage Deluxe' is from £129 £226 . Time Limited offer - ends tonight 27/2/20. Park International Hotel is locate… Read more
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Used to work here. Not too shabby.

Travelodge rooms for under £29 (500,000 rooms available) @ Travelodge
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Travelodge rooms for under £29 (500,000 rooms available) @ Travelodge
Explore our most popular destinations for under £29.Wherever you decide to go on staycation, we have over 500,000 rooms available across the UK for under £29.

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!

Village Hotel Spring Sale Friday & Sunday Nights From £39 including breakfast - Booking dates to end of May (including Easter)
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Village Hotel Spring Sale Friday & Sunday Nights From £39 including breakfast - Booking dates to end of May (including Easter)
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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

Return flight from London Stansted to Salzburg, Gdansk or Oslo £10 / London Southend to Alicante, Malaga, Venice or Milan £12 @ Ryanair
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Posted 19th FebPosted 19th Feb
Return flight from London Stansted to Salzburg, Gdansk or Oslo £10 / London Southend to Alicante, Malaga, Venice or Milan £12 @ Ryanair
Ryanair are currently having a sale to various locations from both London Stansted & London Southend. Differing dates are available for each location, but all the departure dat… Read more
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Boeing 737 8200 Ryan air dropped the Max name anyway don't think any other airline refund for no reason Flown with Ryan air loads never had any problems and flights are very cheap whats no to like


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


You are correct. London Stansted is in Essex and so is London Southend. London Luton is in Bedfordshire, whilst London Gatwick is in West Sussex.


Stansted is in Essex


Always london

Return ticket from Manchester to Dublin Same day trip 31 MARCH- £10 @ Ryanair
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Return ticket from Manchester to Dublin Same day trip 31 MARCH- £10 @ Ryanair
Same day trip for just 10,evening return is 13
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Very similar to Bradford then:)


Blacon and Lache are very economically deprived areas with high crime rates.


yes ,took my time, really nothing special,usual quiet English village , nice train line track replacement ,good memories on similar track in Bristol.but nothing special makes this place at all.


google Blacon &amp; Lache!


That is really cheap indeed. :)

Return flight from Bristol / B'mouth / London / Manchester / Liverpool / East Midlands / Glasgow to various Irish destinations £10 @ Ryanair
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Return flight from Bristol / B'mouth / London / Manchester / Liverpool / East Midlands / Glasgow to various Irish destinations £10 @ Ryanair
Decent price for a return flight to Ireland from multiple UK airports. Dates for March are currently available. Edit the departure airport in the link to choose your closest depart… Read more
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Yeah no wonder so many irish visiting Liverpool as drinks is cheaper than Dublin


Dublin to glasgow is usually always available for around a tenner - no wonder knowing the cost of dublin once you get there lol


I do have dual citizenship, as well my kids born here. My wife doesn't and she can't get it. Will sit in the queue on the EU entry and she will sit at the other one that may take forever to pass all the security. My concern is more what will happen here, where me and my family live. A passport helps indeed, but it does not help with our daily lives. Rubbish, but others have different opinions which obviously were respected. Just hoping the EU will not take advantage if we begging for things, and mostly, we don't go ourselves with an attitude.


I'm sure many who did also knew they were eligible for the passport. A bit like smokers who used to sit in non-smoking areas...happily stinking out the place for the rest of us cos they could'nt face sitting with.......smokers! I digress


A think one of the required questions when applying to an EU passport should be if you voted for Brexit or not :)

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