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coxiegirl Wed 08-Aug-12 22:16:23

Some of these look worth exploring, thanks wheredidiputit. The cheapest is from £60 per night but that is fully booked - most of the rest are from £85 - £140 per night. We got a purple-themed room for 3 nights for £107. Think we'll just have to accept we are too poor to go away - the site offered us 3 nights for £485 as the cheapest alternative, and that's pretty much what we spend a year on our week's holiday to France. Relatives eh, who needs them! (kidding Lynds if you are on here wink)

coxiegirl Wed 08-Aug-12 21:56:21

Ah fabulous, thank you thanks

wheredidiputit Wed 08-Aug-12 21:37:03

Sorry here the main page.

wheredidiputit Wed 08-Aug-12 21:34:59

You could try Room for 5

coxiegirl Wed 08-Aug-12 20:07:02

Hello, please do any other families of 5 book a cheap room (in hotels with purple bedcovers for example) for 4 and sneak everyone in? We're visiting my step daughter 200 miles away, our dc are 4,5 and 10 - we really can't afford to book 2 rooms and double our expenses - and anyway who would sleep in the other room?? Our 4 yr old still sleeps in with us most of the time, the children want to be together for our mini break, and so do we really. Also there's no way I'm letting dh off the hook in a room of his own!
What does everyone else whose family have extended past the magic number do?

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