Fancy a break from home but don’t want to empty the bank account for it?
We’ve rounded up some of the cheapest hotels in the UK – here’s how to find the best rates and what is included.
Premier Inn has rooms from £37.50 per room, per night across the country, with more than 800 hotels and 75,000 rooms in the UK.
All the rooms at Premier Inn feature a TV, free wifi, tea and coffee makers and a desk.
The family room will have either sofa beds or pull-out beds for the kids depending on the hotel.
If you don’t have a specific destination in mind, here are some of the best locations included in the deal:
- Hotels in cities across the UK such as London, Newcastle, Liverpool and Manchester
- Hotels near attractions and museums such as the Natural History Museum, National Railway Museum, and Wollaton Hall, Nottingham
- Hotels near family-friendly attractions such as Peppa Pig World, Eureka! Halifax, and Chester Zoo
- Hotels in seaside destinations such as Cornwall, Devon, Sussex, Bournemouth and Brighton
- Hotels near airports such as Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and London
- Hotels near theme parks such as Legoland, Warwick Castle and Thorpe Park
Families can also make big savings at Premier Inn, as up to two under-16s can eat breakfast for free when an adult orders a full Premier Inn Breakfast, which is £9.50.
The unlimited breakfast and you have a choice between the all-you-can-eat cooked breakfast and the continental breakfast.
The all-you-can-eat includes favourites like bacon, hash browns, sausages and eggs, while the continental breakfast is a lighter option, with fruit, cereal and fresh pastries.
The budget-friendly hotel chain has rooms from £32 per room, per night, with 580 hotels across the UK.
To bag one of the popular £32 rooms, your best bet is using Travelodge’s new price finder to select your destination.
Once you’ve chosen your destination, you’ll be able to filter the search by price, room type, breakfast and parking availability.
It will then show you how the prices compare on different days of the week, with the option to book your next stay up until next year.
Travelodge standard rooms come with space to sleep up to four people, with one comfy king-size bed and one or two additional pull-out beds for children.
The rooms also feature a TV, a small desk with a chair, a shower and toiletries.
Hungry guests can make the most of the bottomless breakfast offer, which costs just £8.99 for adults – and if you’re travelling with kids under 15, they get to eat for free.
Cooked options include a full English breakfast featuring eggs, bacon, sausages, hash browns, beans and toast, or you could opt for vegetarian sausages.
For a lighter breakfast, fruit salads, yoghurts, croissants and cereals are also included, plus coffee, tea and juice are unlimited as well.
Breakfast is normally served every morning between 7am at 10am on weekdays, and between 8am and 11am during weekends and Bank Holidays.
Booking.com, the online hotel travel agency, has some of the cheapest hotel and B&Bs rates in the UK and worldwide – with rooms from £32 per night.
Booking.com currently has at least 15 per cent off hotel rooms – the discount is a minimum of 15 per cent per booking, so you may find an even bigger bargain if you’re lucky.
The discounts are available on stays from August until September 31.
Here are some of the best deals we’ve found included in the promotion:
It is worth noting the exclusive discount applies to the cost of the room only, excluding any additional fees or taxes.
Part of the easyJet brand, easyHotels has 43 hotels and more than 4,000 rooms across the UK and Europe.
The chain is a “super budget” option and features rooms from £22 per night in the UK.
New customers can bag a 10 per cent discount on all rooms by signing up and using the code ‘CLUBBEDZZZ‘.
easyHotels also allows customers to change or cancel their booking up to 12pm on the day of arrival, without incurring any fees.
Here are some of the best deals we’ve found:
There are 57 Wetherspoon hotels across the country, all situated above or near a Wetherspoon pub.
Most of them are also located in restored historic buildings, and all hotels serve breakfast, lunch and dinner at the pub.
Your room will be uniquely different based on your location, however, they all feature a complimentary coffee and tea maker, flat-screen TV, unlimited free wifi and toiletries.
All hotels offer a 24-hour reception and a variety of rooms, including double, twin and family rooms, and even interconnecting ones.
Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express are part of the IHG Hotel Group, a British multinational hospitality company with hotels all over the world.
Holiday Inn are great for family vacations, anniversaries, or weekend getaways, and prices start from £40 per room per night.
All hotels provide free wifi, TVs and tea and coffee makers. While some also offer indoor pools, free parking, and kids eat free offers.
Greene King Inn
Greene King has pubs and hotels all across the UK, including popular locations such as Hampshire, Devon and Somerset.
There are more than 130 hotels, with some in historical locations.
Greene King currently has a deal on, with all travellers getting 20 per cent off food and drinks.
The 20 per cent off food at the hotel restaurants for lunch and dinner reservations is available on all staycations when booking directly through the website.
All you have to do is book your stay, and you’ll receive a voucher with your confirmation email.
The voucher can be used at any pub or restaurant associated with a Greene King Inn and must be shown when you are placing your order.
All breaks include a continental or full English breakfast, complimentary parking and free wifi.
Some hotels are also pet-friendly.
We’ve also spoken to a hotel expert, and she’s given us the best tips for getting a great deal – including the cheapest night to book.
You could even rent an entire PUB overnight with mates & pull your own pints, from £34pppn.
Or stay in a converted school bus for just £17pp a night.
Source: The Sun