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All Weekend Break Discounts, Offers and Sale - September 2019
Coral Bay is acceptable. Not as good as Nissi Beach/Fig Tree Bay obvs...
Yes the refurbished harbour and purpose built tourist town are dissapointing, however there is plenty of culture around 48 Hours in Paphos
Depends. Cyprus is generally a tropical climate and most of its days is sunny. December is usually just sunny and cloudy days.
How's the weather there in December?
Flight is £10 return on various dates
'tis an amused mouth (literally). They're a taster for the chefs approach to cuisine, evidently and served with wine. Can't say it appeals to be honest, just bring on the mains!
I'll have to look up 'amuse bouche' 😏
I can only find flights for 2 people on November 30th returning on 2nd December for about 160.00 is there cheaper options or flights this was with Ryanair.
plus payment to hotel of about £2 per person per night
We went a few years ago and had a great time. If time allows Splot is nice too.
Very good deal
Couldn't recommend It enough we went this year and It was beautiful.
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.....
Because the wages are terrible!! But you are right, some lovely places.
Dude clearly has some issues completely irrelevant to the offer being discussed here. Ignored.
So, if for YOU Poland is the last place to visit, speak for YOURSELF, and not others... If you don't want to share your reasons, why sharing your opinion at all?
Been to many places, and Poland is probably the last one after everything else due to very good reasons that i will not share with you.
I've been to Gdansk and Szczecin and both were great, I'm definitely going back to see Warsaw and Krakow too at some point
Morning. Thanks for that. For that price I may well give it a go......good to hear an honest review from someone......
Went there this weekend on this deal. The food was good, cant argue with a three course dinner and full buffet breakfast. The room itself was fine, the grouting on tiles in bathroom floor were coming away and needs re-grouting, however the rest of the room was fine and importantly all was clean. Staff were excellent and helpful, location was good. Free wifi and someone had sense to have plug sockets near the bed! Yes i wouldnt pay £200 to stay here as it is a bit basic and needs some maintenance / modernisation, however for £79 including a glass of Prosecco, evening meal and breakfast was excellent in my opinion. It seems a common theme with hotels - some people think they should be getting 5* Ritz hotels for 79 quid and just have too high an expectation, whilst people who have a good stay tend not to leave reviews unfortunately.
Not good reviews for this place...........
I'd stay myself if I didn't live a mile down the road .. nice friendly bar at the golf club and decent ale
Thanks for the advice and tips
Call hotel 1st and check availabilty. Bit of a cheek that all dates i wanted were unavailable with this voucher but there are rooms available if i pay direct to manor and full price. I wasnt even wanting wknd dates. Seems all thats left is next weekend.
Norfolk breakfast http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2093449/The-REALLY-big-breakfast-6-000-calorie-fry-slammed-health-campaigners--hit-diners.html
I stayed here in August and stayed in a cottage room. I can't fault it. The only issue we had was that we couldn't get the room to cool down. A fan was provided, but it was uncomfortably hot. Not that they can predict the weather! The cottages are separate to the main building, and have their own parking area. For breakfast you had a choice of a full English, or bacon cobs, eggs on toast etc... all cooked to order, plus fresh pastries, cereals, fruit, yoghurt and juice which was all self service. It's a golfing hotel, and you can walk through the golf course to reach the beach. It's a fantastic base to explore from. Approx 30 minutes from Sandringham (if that), and not too far from Wells-next-to-sea. The only thing I would say is that the food in the evening is pricey. It's good, but pricey. We found a lovely pub just down the road, King William IV in Sedgeford, and the food was excellent.
I’ve made a few notes. Yes, bacon – ten on ten, button mushrooms – bingo, black pudding – snap, erm, minor criticism, more distance between the eggs and the beans. I may want to mix them, but I want that to be my decision. Use a sausage as a breakwater.
You ever stayed in these hotels, I've stayed in 4 different ones, they got worse each time. I've done them with national holidays which does work out much cheaper if you don't mind being constricted to a coach. Their meals and breakfast are included too which was great at the first one we went to. After that the meals got worse each time so the last one we actually didn't eat in the hotel, we went out for a meal. Breakfast is always nice there though, a good choice too! (y) just don't think the pics on their website are a true showing of what they are actually like
i would have two kids as well too with me so do I have to book two rooms?
Thanks OP booked
Stayed at London Watford last time they had a deal & took my Grandson to see the In the Night Garden show at Watford Colosseum , had a lovely time
I have recently stayed at the Village Hotel in Glasgow. I found the location good-near to the BBC and SECC- and accommodation a great base. The staff were lovely, check in was different, however, the rationale to reduce queuing is sound, the gym was good and overall I would definitely stay again.
Is it just me or does everyone have problems trying to book where it seems to go around in circles??? Tried to get Aberdeen, 18 August...accepts then doesn't let me finalise but sends me back to square 1 oO
if only it were possible to edit things after we had posted them
Taking something at face value does not imply "understanding". It simply makes you a lemming.
Read my reply to fedex. You have to admit £105 to 47.25 is a big discount for a voucher so I was wondering if it may have been a title formatting issue. I was asking for clarification. Meanwhile phoenix replied with this... Seems I'm not the only guy not to understand the deal after all.
Ego-X really don't see anything difficult or wrong about this deal... :/
Already booked this place for an overnight stay before flight from Stanstead, £39 for room only but got a discount code at Hotels.com making it about £36. Bargain.
Nice place, but I think they get their prosecco from B&M.
I forgot that , you would probably need ear plugs for your stay and can wave at the pilots as the planes land !
Great for 'plane spotters.
"guests may head to Stevenage " " Visitors may also take a drive to St. Alban’s Cathedral," It is no where near Stevenage or St Albans. In fact Cambridge is probably nearer, but then you would probably stay in Cambridge wouldn,t you ? It is not far from Stansted airport , so would make an ideal beginning or end of a holiday to stay there if you were flying off or coming back from Stansted .
I think you've completely missed the point of this site!
How about not voting at all? You sound like you care more about a stupid vote for a deal online than you are about, you know, living things
I vote meat deals hot if they save our family money and I've not ate meat since the late 80's, mrs and kids do though. I'm voting this HOT because it is suitable for veggies :p
The ignore button was invented for comments like this.
I'm a vegetarian and wouldn't vote for a meat deal, just promotes the product. It makes no sense.
depends who the other four are ;)
Only on Fri and Sat nights. And the fare is €6.50!
Temple Bar is a tourist trap - there are plenty of other locations around the city with good pubs/restaurants etc. The Church is one of my favourites: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g186605-d792839-Reviews-The_Church-Dublin_County_Dublin.html
The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight. The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/ Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.
Accommodation is quite expensive in Dublin but I would want to stay 5 to a room to make a saving. I've stayed at Egan's House and it's a decent place to stay. Easy to get to the city centre but the busses stop ridiculously early for a Capital City.
Good price. Usually average 80+ Had my wedding here, great venue. Just lacking beer choice ;) Funny enough 2nd year anniversary next week....
This is a great discount! thx to OP
Actual site (lots of photos) http://www.fairviewhotels.com/letchworth-hall/letchworth-hall-home Do I want a 'rainfall shower', living in the UK, I can get that anywhere free :)
I think I'll book this for a nice romantic break with my girlfriend. Booked a cheap Travelodge deal last night to take my wife to Blackpool!
Would add Olomouc to that list . Where you say ? Exactly , a smaller version of Prague that's virtually unknown to tourists. Even has it's own Astronomical Clock , but unlike the Prague one you can get a selfie with it without anyone getting in the way. Restaurants far cheaper than the capital too. I took the train from Brno ( 1 hour each way ) . http://tourism.olomouc.eu/welcome/en
Those that want to take in another country (Czech Republic) could try Bratislava - Bruno - Vienna, We did this in 6 days though. Did this trip by coach and travel time was short for each leg. I strongly recommend Dilema Restaurant whilst in Bratislava slightly out of the centre near the Mercure hotel but the mixed grill was amazing.
Massive price differences between Vienna and Bratislava for food and drink. We did this trip earlier this year. Loved both places, but actually preferred Bratislava. Really enjoy the ambience of eastern European capitals, whereas Vienna felt very western European. Both ars beautiful cities in their own right.
Several years ago I done lots of European city breaks to watch footy games, mostly in the days when you had to stay on a Saturday night, so trips were 3-6 nights due to cup games being midweek, and I found the longer trips better for getting around. Whilst I stayed mostly in Vienna, many fans stayed in Bratislava due to the huge price difference, and all of us had a great time, but several people went by train to Prague, as we'd been there a few months before and knew where to go, and how cheap it was - does that still seem like a good option these days, as I believe many cities have been 'destroyed' due to hoards of stag/hen parties ? I remember the train journey having fantastic scenery, and also the obvious differences between towns either side of the border made for an interesting trip. I know it's not always possible to take a week off work or something, but I found that it took a few days to look around and find some decent cafes/bars, where it might be possible to chat to some locals and get an insiders view of the place, as well as some tips on alternative things to do.
That sounds amazing, I'll have to do this next time :P
Also worth mentioning it includes breakfast on both mornings.
Anyone still looking for this deal i bought one other day using code JINGLEBELLS for 25% off and still working now.
For me personally, a lot of these hotels are in a different class to a travelodge so it's like comparing tesco value with tesco finest. Although some people like tesco value, a lot prefer tesco finest.This deal gives people a chance to stay in some very nice hotels, at a travelodge price.
Travelodge have a deal on right now with winter rooms from £29 per night. That is £8.50 cheaper. I have seen much better Travelodge deals than that in the past too. £37.50 isn't a bad price but it's certainly not a good one. If it didn't have 25% off a higher price no one would care. But that higher price is inflated. It's like when Tesco change the price of something to £2 then a couple of weeks later claim it's half price at £1. That £1 isn't a deal, it's the normal price but people who don't know any better will jump on it thinking they're saving money.
really good price. Buyagift usually do a 20% off about five or six times a year and 25% a couple of times a year. With Quidco this makes it VERY good. have used buyagift numerous times. my other half and I go to the Pilgrim in Herefordshire. really nice hotel that now do an option for a 'direct voucher' i.e. they will match the cost you pay for the voucher - means they don't pay the buyagift fee. other hotels on the buyagift website may offer the same deal.
0207 266 1100
Anyone got the number for the latest deals please?
just arrived home after 2 nights at the norfolk royale hotel bournemouth, would like to thank all the staff for being so friendly, room was one of the best ,food brilliant,thankyou once again, will be back
We've stayed in Bournemouth, going back next year and twice before at Peterborough.
These vouchers are great value, recommend Norfolk royale in Bournemouth, a few price increases to use voucher in a month other than January.
oooooo I was planning to go to Prague and stay at the corinthia hotel for 130 for 4 nights... might do both if I can get this in December 8)
great deal, thanks
Just to add. ..If you're looking for a fairly central hotel, this isn't it. It's quite a distance from the City Centre (about 12km) .. and nearly an hour on the LUAS (Tram) . If that doesn't bother you then, good price.
shame its not the week before. I could have watched Conor McGregor fight Jose Aldo for the UFC Featherweight title in Dublin with Dubliners.
Link to hotel http://uk.hotels.com/hotel/details.html?q-room-0-adults=2&MGT=3&SYE=3&q-room-0-children=0&tab=description&YGF=14&ZSX=0&q-localised-check-out=19/07/2015&q-localised-check-in=16/07/2015&JHR=2&pa=6&hotel-id=225355&FPQ=2&WOD=4&WOE=7