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Keeping the kids entertained over the half term can sometimes be tricky.
So why not head off on a little staycation?
To help mark the first school holidays of 2022 and to help make dreary February into a Fab Feb, Travelodge has released come up with a great deal by releasing 100,000 rooms for £29 across its 582 UK hotels.
With many still paying off their Christmas prezzie bill, you'll be pleased to know that a £29 family room works out at just £7.49 per person (two adults and two children).
Travelodge has 582 hotels dotted across the UK, so you can always find a hotel near to where you want to be.
More than 200 Travelodge hotels now feature an on-site restaurant called the Bar Café, offering an unlimited breakfast menu and for each paying adult, two children under the age of 16 eat for free.
You can also enjoy a comprehensive dinner menu offering the nation’s favourite dishes with a children’s menu.
Two courses and a drink is just £12.75 and a children’s meal deal is £4.95
If you're looking for inspiration of where to visit, you may want to head to Blakeney Point & Horsey Beach in Norfolk, where you can spot baby seals.
Those who fancy this cane stay at Great Yarmouth or Norwich Central Riverside Travelodge hotels.
Or if you fancy staycation skiing or snowboarding in Scotland, you can check out its five skiing destinations – Cairngorm Mountain, Glencoe Mountain, Glenshee, Nevis Range and The Lecht. Three of these are situated in the Cairngorms National Park.
For these, you can stay at Aberdeen Travelodge for Glenshee and Fort William Travelodge for Nevis.
The ski season runs from December through to March so it’s the perfect time to hit the slopes in the UK.
The £29 room offer starts Friday 5th February and ends on Monday 28th February 2022.
Those wanting to make use of it can book a room on the Travelodge website.
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