Travelodge Windsor Central

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Apr, 2013

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Adult family

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Culture / Sightseeing

I booked two family rooms at the Travelodge Windsor five months before we intended to go at a cost of £15 per room for a Sunday night. I can`t think of anywhere even a youth hostel where you could stay cheaper. The secret of the booking with the Travelodge is to book five or six months in advance. The hotel itself was set right in the heart of Windsor with the beautiful castle and the river only minutes away. The hotel has no parking but there is a multi-storey carpark right next to it. This costs £12 for 24 hours using a discount code provided by the hotel. The rooms in the hotel had one double bed and a single settee type bed and a pullout bed. The double beds are to soft and the single uncomfortable but for one night who cares. There is a tv, kettle and a clean bathroom with shower and bath. You can have breakfast in the hotel for an addtional fee but we didn`t eat there. A small bar is open until late and a cashpoint machine and vending machines live in the hallway. Windsor itself is a beautiful place we took a boat trip on the Thames and listened to the history of Eton college. Seen Windsor racecourse and the most stunning houses were the rich and famous are lucky to live. We wandered the fabulous Castle and were awed at the size of Windsor Great Park. We took photos of the sprawing college and picniced on the riverbank. The weather was kind to us and as we left Windsor we wished we could stay a little longer.


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