Terms and conditions on email as below: *Terms and Conditions 20% off Rooms at Half Term Promo code PRO20A should be applied when booking on our website or through the central reservations team. Normal child supplements apply. All upgrade supplements will apply. Only available to book on brand website and via central reservations. Full prepayment required at time of booking, which is non-refundable or transferable. Book for stay between 11th - 21st February 2016.
Thanks for sharing vels17, do you know if there are any terms & conditions with using the code other than the ones you have posted? Thanks again
Thanks op but voted cold as coming up at £140 per room per night.
3 nights in Blackpool with the promo code, no extras - £388. Voted as cold as the temperature will be outside. Freezing!
£10 off £25 spend using printable voucher @ Village Hotels Restaurants
Great deal. Thanks for this. Was looking at possibly getting a hotel in Bournemouth for a night and sure enough, £19.50 pppn. Thanks poster.
Great hotels, stayed at the new one in Farnborough couple of weeks ago on the £129 fo rthe 2 nights deal. Great value as you get dinner on the first night, breakfast both mornings and free use of the massive gym/spa for the whole stay. So when you take off all the extras per person the room works out aroun £40 for 2 nights!
tried this yesterday, but the 2 night stay with dinner on the first night and breakfast may work out just as good value
It's a good price if you can get it. Just tried weekends in June/July at the Hull one and price was £138 for 2 nights ....... so maybe not for me
Been on the live chat (seeing as the England game now lands slap bang in the middle of my travel time) and they've said it should be OK to take the meal allowance on a different date so long as you tell receiption. Dunno what that means for the 'fizz' but don't particularly mind.
We had to book the pool, unsure on gym. Pool we could book for 1, hour ahead which was ideal and easy
We We couldn't book in advance on our recent stay, but could book on the day itself. Not sure if that is the same everywhere. The satff all had slightly different rules too regarding towels and booking which was quite bizarre.
That’s great, thank you. Don’t suppose you used the gym or pool, trying to find out if they need booking
Hi, We just went a couple of weeks ago. Once seated in the restaurant they do ask if you have any sort of allowance etc and we just said yes £40. This was taken off our bill at the end of the meal. Food is mediocre at best but hey it's nearly free!! We paid £3.05 for 2 burgers and 2 drinks. Worst case scenario you could phone up the restaurant on the day to book? Also we did not use the app to order as it was full table service, hope this helps
31/12/2021Expires on 31/12/2021Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
We just mentioned it at the bar and they took the £40 off our bill. Bizarrely no one could find it on our booking ( it was a slightly different offer to this) but they trusted us. The food is very overpriced but with a voucer it's reasonable.
Hoping someone here has stayed recently so I can answer this. I've stayed in Village many times but never had credit. How do you use the £40 credit? Do you just charge your pub spend to your room and it happens automatically or is something you need to sort whilst in the pub? TIA
I'm looking at Bournemouth but can't find this price.
Anyone booking and have Halifax reward account, can get 10% cashback. You need to activate offer first.
"l only sleep on one side so should not have to change sleeping habits because they were too tight and removed a light !" There you go!
Why what? Why would you want some time away from the house when you're locked down and looking after your family for months? A little time to recharge the batteries is never a bad thing :)
...but... Why? If even true.
Thanks for sharing. Don't take the comments personal. God bless
I think you've hit the nail on the head there bud, its advice ( and bad advice in my book but that's neither here nor there) if you'd like to tell me how me going to a hotel 10 minutes walk from house by myself once a fortnight is going to bring down the empire im all ears. I'm also all ears as to how that's worse than, for example, one of my friends who has been classed as an "essential worker" even though they work in tele sales for BT and are still expected to get the tube to work and back, or the millions of kids who are going to school every day? I think a bit more critical thinking is required in this day and age rather than just blindly following directions, here's something that will blow your mind but did you know Boris and the BBC don't have your best interest at heart? Shocking I know but trying to shame people for not blindly being lead around is pretty embarrassing. Also for what its worth I have no opinion of 5g, personally I have no idea why we have it, I could watch a HD movie on my phone on 4g so why the need for 5? Progress I guess (skeptical) As for the world being flat, no its not, but I doubt either you or I are smart enough to explain why ;)
Hahaha ok mate. I'm just happening to follow the advice given at the time by professionals. Don't care if the next guy isnt, just don't give advice that's going against governments direction. I bet your one of these that believe the earth is flat and 5g is going to get you Quick get that tinfoil hat on lad I patiently await your reply (popcorn) (popcorn)
Posted 19th Oct 2020Posted 19th Oct 2020
Sundays at Village Hotels - stay for £10 when you spend £40 on non-breakfast food during your stay£50
Well, their food is famous for being pretty terrible but still a pretty good deal. Might interest some. Not valid at Starbucks, sadly.
I agree the food is very mediocre and overpriced for the quality (and breakfast is not good either) but a good deal if you can make a Sunday work!
The food is more than edible, I've enjoyed the food each time. Tasty, good portion size, etc etc. Everyone has had a bad experience as a restaurant, me included, I just haven't had one at Village but I appreciate that's not the same for everyone
Bristol food is awful!
I actually got food poisoning at the Maidstone Hotel & had to drive to Paris via the Eurotunnel the next morning..! Not the best experience but the Hotel itself is quite nice!
I think people seem to differentiate in their issues with food. By the sounds of things, several people on here (such as yourself) are saying that the food is perfectly fine, i.e. edible. But then others (such as myself) are saying that the food is naff at best and that you can have much better food elsewhere and perhaps support a local indie restaurant. Horses for courses I guess. Just hopefully not literally! 🐴🍔
Posted 7th Sep 2020Posted 7th Sep 2020
2 Night Autumn Breaks including £40 food credit, breakfast, prosecco and late check out £109 @ Village Hotels£109
From £109 for 2 nights. Includes £40 for food on the first night, glass of prosecco each and breakfast each morning. Also includes 1pm late check out. Book through the revolution p… Read more
Lots of people saying it's like a travelodge but I stayed in the Bristol one recently and it was honestly excellent. Really nice room and bathroom, huge, new TV on the wall, genuinely better than any premiere Inn/holiday Inn I've stayed at by far
Couldn't get £29, but got Bristol for £49 next Monday. Not tried Village Hotels before so should be interesting! Thanks op!
Was going to have a rant, but will keep it short Checked in Leeds south last saturday, checked out 2 hrs later. Absolutely no regard for the current covid pandemic, no masks, no sanitizer, large groups of people partying and the place was filthy.
The wirral ones a bit closer to Cheshire Oaks and was refurbished last year. Always good to have options 😁