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To book a local premier inn for a random Friday night

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Wantitallnightlong Mon 18-Jan-16 23:13:47

DH and I have two young teenagers, making personal time very quiet indeed! Premier inn have just emailed me rooms from £35!

Wibu to book a local one for a Friday night and get Granny in to mind the kids?

Oooh, for the days of shagging all night. (If you say do it, I will!)

TheWomanInTheWall Mon 18-Jan-16 23:14:40

YANBU. And the beds are extremely comfortable for the sleeping part!

PeridotPassion Mon 18-Jan-16 23:15:13

Can't you send them both to Granny's/for a sleepover instead? Then spend the £35 on a bunch of flowers for Granny and the rest on alcohol.

TheWomanInTheWall Mon 18-Jan-16 23:16:51

But there's something about a hotel room, Peri!

Wantitallnightlong Mon 18-Jan-16 23:17:36

Hmm, no consensus.
Isn't there something good about a hotel even if it's only premier inn though?

TheWomanInTheWall Mon 18-Jan-16 23:17:47

You can't get caught up in a quick load of washing etc if you've popped away for the night!

MsPavlichenko Mon 18-Jan-16 23:17:49

Do it. Staying at home not the same IME.

whatdoIget Mon 18-Jan-16 23:18:48

Book it!

LeaLeander Mon 18-Jan-16 23:19:40

Go for it. Take wine and picnic food. Turn off phones.

ExitPursuedByABear Mon 18-Jan-16 23:20:51

We got the email.

Go for it.

PeridotPassion Mon 18-Jan-16 23:21:10

I'd enjoy a night away if we were going somewhere, but not for the sake of it tbh. I think i'd rather spend the £35 on a meal out or drinks or cinema etc and then spend the night at home!

SaucyJack Mon 18-Jan-16 23:22:28

If I were you I'd book it just for me.... and leave DP and the kids at home.

Nah, go for it. Nothing to lose and everything to gain.

TheWomanInTheWall Mon 18-Jan-16 23:22:46

Premier inn has better beds than travelodge or holiday inn, rooms are a little more welcoming and wifi is free, or £5 for "streaming" standard.

Breakfast at travelodge is depressing, but decent enough
at P Inn, if you want it.

<cheap chain queen>

TheWomanInTheWall Mon 18-Jan-16 23:23:28

Why didn't I get this email, humph!

Wantitallnightlong Mon 18-Jan-16 23:23:36

I love you all! So will DH.

Not sure what Granny will think of you though winkgrin

YellowDinosaur Mon 18-Jan-16 23:24:07

We've spent the money before for the uninterrupted shag and not even bothered staying the night!

Do it

WorraLiberty Mon 18-Jan-16 23:24:34

Me and my DH did exactly this a few months ago.

The Premier Inn was only a 20 minute drive away, but we went for dinner, went to the cinema and had a thoroughly lovely night out.

Our teenagers enjoyed it too, because they got thoroughly spoilt by granny grin

Evabeaversprotege Mon 18-Jan-16 23:24:47

Do it!!

Go on, do it now!!

(Mine are 11 & 14, I feel your pain)

ThomasRichard Mon 18-Jan-16 23:26:17

Excellent idea, book that room and make a proper evening/night of it!

ladymariner Mon 18-Jan-16 23:27:42

Absolutely go for it, there's something about staying in hotel rooms..... Enjoy!
(goes off to check Emails for premier inn deals..... wink

PeridotPassion Mon 18-Jan-16 23:38:57

You've done me a favour op!

We have a wedding in April about 4 hours away and i'd made a reservation at the nearest Premier Inn for two night for £123.

I've just looked at their website again out of interest and seen the saver rates have just paid for the 2 nights on a saver rate which cost £70 smile

You saved me £53 so Mwahh!

Are these saver rates a new thing? I can't believe I missed it, I only booked a few weeks ago!

WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant Mon 18-Jan-16 23:39:49

Everybody wins!

Leave granny and the teens a treat. Wine? DVD?

Have a nice night out. Meal/cinema/peaceful night.

TheWomanInTheWall Mon 18-Jan-16 23:41:56

Probably a winter sale or summat, Peridot.

Redglitter Mon 18-Jan-16 23:44:38

My ex and I used to book the £19 rooms when they were advertised and use it for the afternoon blush

MotherKat Mon 18-Jan-16 23:47:49

Really glad you went for it, there's nothing quite like a hotel room to take your mind off the laundry/washing up/shall we paint the ceiling stuff that distracts you when you try a home date

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