FAMILIES have been welcomed back to Butlin’s since last week, after the holiday resort reopened their doors.
A stay won’t have to break the bank either – with bargain hunters finding family holidays for just £67.
You can get a holiday to Butlin’s for just £67 thanks to a bargain dealCredit: ©2020 Darren Cool
The holiday parks reopened last week after being forced to close back in MarchCredit: Press Association
Currently, holiday prices for Butlin’s include summer trips from £309 and October half-term trips from £239.
However, a cheap deal later this year will let a family of four stay for just £16.75 per person – working out to just under £70 for the holiday.
The bargain break is for a four-night stay between November 2 and November 6 at the Bognor Regis resort.
Using the code WELCOME, a family of four can book the break for just £67 for the entire holiday.
However, you will have to have one kid under the age of five as it is part of their Just For Tots holiday packages.
You’ll have to be quick too as the site is experiencing high demand.
According to the website, the Just for Tots holiday packages are “designed specifically for families with 5s and under, have been carefully curated to fit in with your tot’s routine”.
They explain: “With exclusive, specially chosen entertainment and activities for your tots, and fuss-free dining and accommodation designed to make holidaying easier for you, our Just For Tots breaks have been carefully curated so all you need to do is enjoy quality time with your mini-me’s, making special memories before they grow up.”
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A lot of changes are in place at Butlin’s resorts across the country since they reopened.
Cafes are allowing guests to use apps to order food and drink, to reduce queues and contact with other people.
However, shows and entertainment will go ahead, with the swimming pools also open for guests – although you will have to prebook a 90-minute session ahead of visiting.
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