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Thinking about getting away for a mini break with your other half or weekend away with the girls? Planning a city break to take in the sights, a business trip away from home or perhaps you’re planning some quality time away with all the family? It’s great taking some time out from the stress and strains of everyday life and with some great deals popping up on the internet every day, it doesn’t have to break the bank either!

Travelodge have some great deals that you shouldn’t miss if you plan on needing a room for the night any time soon and with hotels across the whole of the UK, Ireland and Spain, with facilities catering for all, there will be a Travelodge to suit your needs near you. Wifi is available in all rooms, along with great family rooms, conference facilities and food and drink for every pallet.

If you’re thinking about having a break away with all the family, then you don’t need to worry about additional costs for kids as 2 children under 16 staying in a family room, go for free. No extra charge for the room and for every adult paying for breakfast, 2 children under 16 can tuck in for free too!

Book an Autumn break now for £29

If you fancy booking an Autumn break any time between 11th October and 30th November then there are over 100,000 rooms available at just £29 or less (excluding London locations) and the deals don’t end there. There are over 850,000 rooms available for Winter breaks at just £25 or less for stays between 1st December 2013 and 2nd March 2014 (excluding London hotels).

If London is your destination of choice, then there are still some amazing London Early Bird offers available. Stay in the heart of Britain’s capital in one of 50,000 room available, for just £39 or less per night up to 30th April 2014.

All offers are subject to availability so don’t miss out on these budget friendly deals and if you don’t have travel plans for the future, then this is a perfect excuse to book a cheap getaway!




About Rebecca Robinson

About Rebecca Robinson

After spending the last 8 years juggling life as a mum of two, wife and working full time as a Project Manager for a global telecommunications company, Rebecca Robinson made the decision to follow her love of writing and took the plunge; turning her passion into a full time career. Since becoming a full time writer, Rebecca has worked with various media and copy-writing companies and with the ability to make any topic relevant and interesting to the reader, now contributes to The Working Parent on articles ranging from credit cards to teenage relationships. Ever the optimist, Rebecca's dreams for the future include a house in the country filled with children, dogs and horses in the field!

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