Travelodge rooms for £25 or less

Travelodge has released 500,000 rooms for £25 or less across its UK hotels between now and the end of the year

And to help parents make the most of 2020, Travelodge has released 500,000 rooms for as little as £25 or less between now and the end of the year across its 575 UK hotels, so that families can take the ultimate Minication this October half term and create some priceless memories.

For a family of four a £25 Travelodge room works out at just £6.25 per person – which is cheaper and more memorable than a trip to the cinema.

To book your £25, or less, Travelodge room, just visit Travelodge  Stay dates are from now (Tuesday 29th September) until Thursday 31stDecember 2020.

Parents can also make their money go further this October half term because Travelodge has created a series of free guides themed around 100 miles v £100.   The 12 guides showcase how you can take a Minication in a top UK city within 100 miles of where you live for just £100.  Each guide is jammed packed with fun, educational, memorable activities, as well as hidden hotspots that only the locals know about that the whole family will enjoy.

Click here to download your free 100 miles v £100 guides: Travelodge Travel Guides and discover the great value way to see: Bath, Birmingham, Brighton, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Oxford and York.

Travelodge has 575 hotels across the length and breadth of the UK so you can always find a Travelodge hotel close to where you need to be this October half term.

In addition, Travelodge is reopening its Bar Café restaurants across most of its hotels that feature the on-site restaurant in time for October half term break*. The Bar Café’s will feature the company’s TravelodgeProtect+ Covid-19 safety measures which now includes a seated service and breakfast is still at the great value price of £8.75 per person and unlimited supplies.  For every paying adult, two children eat for free.

The lunch and dinner menus will also be available with social distance measures in place.


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