TRAVELODGE has launched thousands of rooms from just £8pp over the Easter holidays.
The budget hotel chain has 160,000 discounted rooms available across its 582 UK hotels for people looking to bag a cheap staycation over the holidays.
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A family of four can get a hotel room for £32 – which works out at £8 each.
Or couples wanting a romantic getaway can bag a room for £16pp per night.
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With nearly 600 hotels in the UK, there's a Travelodge location for everyone, with city, beach and countryside sites available.
City lovers can book a break in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Oxford and York.
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Soak up some sea air in a coastal destination, including Bournemouth, Cornwall, Blackpool, Brighton, Scarborough and Southend-on-Sea.
Or enjoy some peace and quiet in the countryside, with hotels in the Peak District, Lake District and New Forest.
Guests can also take advantage of another saving as some hotels offer a free breakfast for kids.
More than 200 Travelodge hotels have an on-site restaurant called Bar Café, and for each adult who pays for breakfast, two kids under the age of 16 eat for free.
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And if you fancy staying in for dinner, Bar Café has an evening menu deal offering two courses and a drink for £12.75.
The £32 room offer is available on stays between April 8 and April 24, 2022.
If that's got you in the mood for a UK break, Haven has Easter holidays from £8.25pp per night for a family of four.
The cheapest deals are for its no-frills packages – known as Haven Hideaways – and include self-contained accommodation, along with access to Haven's onsite shops, takeaways and restaurants, allowing guests to dine out if desired.
If you're planning on going later in the year, Haven is introducing some big changes for summer holidays.
Since the pandemic, the holiday park operator has had a booking system in place where guests have to book slots to swim, do activities, dine at the park's restaurants and book in for evening entertainment.
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However, this year the park is relaxing its rules, meaning guests don't need to book ahead for a number of activities – which should make a big difference as caps on numbers due to Covid has made it pretty difficult to get much time in the pool.
We've rounded up some last-minute UK breaks from just £3pp in March.
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