Legoland have overnight breaks with park entry from £50pp at February half term

Legoland have overnight breaks with park entry from £50pp at February half term

LEGOLAND Windsor has launched deals for February half-term, with prices starting at £50 per person.

The offer is available from February 12 – 27.

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All 'Brick Week' packages include an overnight stay in a room with a LEGO theme or at a nearby partner hotel, breakfast, a 1-day theme park admission and selected rides.

You can stay at one of the three and four-star partner hotels near the Windsor resort, with prices starting at only £50 per person.

Or if you'd rather stay in one of the themed hotels on resort, there are deals on the Legoland Resort Hotel and the Legoland Castle Hotel included in the Brick Week off too.

The Legoland Resort has themed rooms including pirate, adventure and Lego Ninjago, with prices starting at £96 per person.

Guests staying at the Legoland Resort Hotel will also get a FREE Legoland gift for each child and a meet & greet with Legoland characters, free parking and WiFi.

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The Legoland Castle hotel also offers themed rooms including knights and wizards, with access to a Playstation 4 during your stay, prices start at £108 per person.

Stays are covered by the Free Book with Confidence Guarantee, which means that if your vacation is disrupted by government travel restrictions or coronavirus, you'll receive a voucher to spend toward a future vacation.

You'll also get this automatically if coronavirus forces the park or hotel to close.

For £24.95 more you can add extra insurance to your staycation in 2022.

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