Some are great (my local one in Blunsdon for example) but some are rough as old boots, you never quite know what you are going to get with a BW hotel.....
All City Breaks Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
Dundee is one of the finest places in the Uk great city lovely waterfront some decent shops and lots of bars and restaurants along with world class golf at St Andrews and Carnoustie on its doorstep
It was really sh1te, now it is just sh1te.
Resurgent? Please expand.
If you read what's included it mentions Glamis Castle is a 30 minute drive away, so is Murrays Bakers in Perth.
Jesus, we'll need GPS co-ordinates and a compass point to establish exactly where that spot is and where it's looking to. Suffice to say that it is a cracking deal in Scotlands most resurgent city. Aye it's far from perfect but it is dragging itself back up which is more than be said for a lot of places.
Yes I would and it is full of English. (highfive)
You will that people who call places ‘ a dump’, usually have never visited the place. 🤨
I found the Prado to be 'too good'. The depth and breadth of the collection is beyond even places like the Uffizi. To be honest it made my head hurt - I was 'arted out' after a couple of hours. It needs several days to take it all in properly. Amazing city. Brilliant metro too.
Whitby good for a short break.
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Thank you for posting. Great deal. Booked
Nice one, worked for me!
£59 option on booking.com (without the meal)
Damson Dene is a dog friendly hotel. I have stayed in the past and the food was Awesome. The rooms were comfortable and setting was Beautiful with lots of walking trails around it.
Mmmm this is very tempting. Was looking for a short weekend break away. Was thinking Europe but this is very tempting. Thanks OP.
Do they allow dogs
It's 50 quid a night pp. I'm assuming most people will be at the lakes for the outside sights, Not the hotel decor. I agree it's not a 5 star appearance, but nor is the price
It was doing well until I realised it was in Reading. Best thing about it is the motorway out.
Who the hell would want to go on a short break to Reading???
Yee haw....more staff TZ puff! How are the click-through bonus numbers going??? Thought I'd repeat the comment as you deleted my earlier effort! Let's see how long this one lasts!
You could have let us in on it :D It's Reading just in case anyone else was wondering.
Sorry I've read it all now and realise where it is xx
Anyone know if they repeat this offer at all any other time ?
Your post suggests this deal is expired when it's clearly not. So thanks to this post I saved money. Heat added :D
Regular, red TFL buses don’t all serve the Travelodge Heathrow Central, (at least not to/from T5). It’s at the upper-end of the Bath Road, (along with the Hilton Doubletree and, soon, the Marriott Moxy). From T5, you’d need to catch a free service to Harlington Corner, (423), then take the no. 81. The 81 is chargeable, (across Heathrow). Still worth booking this hotel if the rate is decent and coughing-up for the bus fare, but be prepared with an Oyster card or similar visitors’ card.
Please don't use hoppa buses at Heathrow especially not from bath road hotels. All normal red tfl buses are completely free for everyone, no oyster or anything needed, they are very frequent and faster than hoppas. A lot more frequent, and 24hours
Anyone stayed in the London Central Marylebone Hotel? £272 for 4 nights over Easter is a good deal. Would travel by train so looking for a hotel near Paddington over Easter . Thanks
I agree we stayed in Mestre & travelled in. You used to be able to get the train for about a Euro but that was 10 years ago!
Mestre is actually not ages away, I personally find it quicker and easier to get to Venice from Mestre as it only takes 15, 20 minutes by bus, depends where the hotel is located, might be longer. But if you also preffer a sea view or to walk on the beach then choose Lido. In that case you will need a boat to get to Venice which also costs more.
Then pay 80 euro for a go in a Gondola. Bet the paddlers wear masks, b&w stripey jumpers and keep the money in a bag with 'swag' written on it.
I paid £119pp for 3 nights, 4 star, on Lido.
well i guess youll have to weigh up whether you want to pay an absolute fortune for a hotel on the island or suffer 20 mins on the bus and stay somewhere a hell of alot cheaper...
I have a similar one, but taking off from streets. It never ends well. 😦
They have. I edited my last comment: They've increased the cost (to £40) of adding hold-luggage after your initial booking, but they've increased the weight from 15kg to 20kg, and reduced the price to £25 if you do it at POS. 1 x 20kg case added as part of your initial booking = £25. 1 x 20kg case added after your initial booking = £40. This is cheaper than Easyjet and various other budget carriers. All is explained here - https://corporate.ryanair.com/news/ryanair-to-lower-checked-bag-fees/
Well the rules have obviously now changed, because they now charge £25 more each than it would have cost at the time of booking.
You can still take your hand-luggage on board for free. If you take two bags on board, the larger one will be placed in the hold (if I understand correctly). If you pay £5 extra for priority you can take two bags on board with you (up to 10kg each).
I've added a case the day before a flight for (IIRC) £22. I've experienced the being-seated-away-from your-partner problem you mentioned, but were able to change the seat for a few £s extra. While undesirable, it still beat the nearest airline offering the same flight by multiple ££s.
Stunning hotel at incredible value at this price
Think the description for this post must have been written by the manager of the hotel by the sound of it. Ive stayed here and my experience was it's pretentious, overpriced, has poor service, is dirty and nothing special. I suppose at this price and given what's included you can't really argue but I'd keep expectations low
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Divvent knaa what yee are taakin aboot
Thanks for pre-planning few days out on budget, you've done all the homework. All booked :) 50+39 +18+7 etc .. so still around hundred quid for one person. I am sure I can probably buy train tickets on the spot. The georgian rail website is rubbish.
It's on my mind... XD
Thanks Rennie, sounds an amazing place. It's definitely one I'm going to look into myself.
I just never trust WizzAir to not change their flight times, it's happened to me and too many others I've spoken to. Heat added though if it all works out this is a great deal to a great destination.
Georgia is a fantastic country, I went there on my honeymoon. You know it's going to be good when you go through passport control and they hand you a free bottle of wine and say welcome to Georgia! Loads of great food and wine there plus spectacular countryside. The locals are very friendly, twice my wife and I had our meals paid for us in restaurants by people we'd just met there. Tbilisi is a cracking city with it's own feel about it, lots of nice bars, restaurants and wine tasting to be done. You can go to the mountains in the East, the beach in the West and to Canyons near Kutaisi
What is the best month to visit Venice? How is the weather in Venice in October/november/December? I am planning to go Venice but not sure if its the right time of year.
But that's not the price when you go to buy. It makes more sense to put the price you will be paying. Simple maths will get the price per person.
Cold - London flights as usual
Makes perfect sense to post it as per person. Simple maths will get you a group price.
I hate when people post these deals with the price per person when you cant even book individually. Its just misleading. Probably trying to make the deal look cheaper...
Well done posting your first deal! But is this a cheap price at that Hotel for that room for those days? Or is it just the normal price? Sorry but it seems to be just the normal price around that time at that hotel. I'm afraid you need to be more specific eg 'normally this room is.....but for this time it's been reduced to....' etc. etc
I find Budgetair prices are around £10 or £15 more expensive than direct from the carrier, so defeats the purpose.