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Travelodge opens seven new UK hotels – with 2 million rooms from £7.25pp per night

TRAVELODGE has opened seven new hotels across the UK – with rooms starting from just £29 this summer.

With family rooms also included, you could grab a bargain for just £7.25 each, per night.


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The hotel chain has opened their first hotel in the Cotswolds town Witney, as well as in Farringdon, St Albans and Boston.

They have also opened another two hotels in Bristol as well as their second hotel in Poole.

To celebrate the new openings, Travelodge has launched two million rooms at the £29 price, which can be found on the website.

While subject to availability, dates included in the deal are up to April 11, 2022, so more than enough time to take advantage.

  • Travelodge rooms from £29 per night – book here

Family rooms work out to just £7.25 each per night in the deal[/caption]

Also includes are hotels in countryside destinations like the Peak District or the Yorkshire Dales, and 36 hotels in coastal locations like Cornwall, Devon, Brighton, Bournemouth and Blackpool.

City lovers can book a break in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, Oxford, Cambridge or York.

Travelodge’s Covid-19 safety programme ensures it has cleaning and social distancing measures in place in line with government guidance.

Guests also have to pre-book a table and time slot for their breakfast when checking-in.

However, guests can change their booking until midday on the day of arrival for £5 when booking a saver rate, although this is free if paying for a flexible rate.

Brits can go on holiday again in the UK, with hotel stays and group trips able to go ahead since May 17.

Staycations are already booming again this year due to travel uncertainty regarding holidays abroad.

With few destinations on the UK green list, which allows quarantine-free return to Britain, domestic holidays are already selling out.

We’ve found the best UK holiday parks with children’s entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools.

There are also great UK coach trips for families and campsites with availability for summer.

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