Competition to win a £50 e-voucher from Hotels4U

After writing my post on the gorgeous Spring/Summer range from Nutmeg, I’ve been desperate for that bit of sunshine magic.  It seems like Spring is certainly on its way and the idea of beach breaks might soon be on the horizon.

Living in London means the beach isn’t ‘far’ away but it’s also not near enough for a toddler in the back of a car.  Especially if you consider London traffic.  So having the ability to book a hotel near a beach front location would solve a manner of problems.

If the idea of subjecting yourself to the freezing temperatures of British waters doesn’t appeal to you (even in the height of Summer), there are of course places you can fly to where you can dip your toe in the water and not fear hypothermia.

Of course when you are looking at staying overnight anywhere, the matter of hotel prices will always be a factor as to whether you can afford it or you’ll blow the budget on accommodation.

Hotels 4 U have a price match guarantee which means if you find a cheaper deal elsewhere on the internet within 24hrs of booking you will get the difference refunded.  With hotels from £22.40 per person per night in Brighton, £42.55 per room in Torquay and £8.21 per person per night in Tenerife you’ll surely find a deal that suits you.

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And to give you a helping hand Hotels 4 U are offering one lucky reader a £50 e-voucher to spend on a break at one of their many destinations.  So whether you’re looking at a staycation or a vacation that voucher will certainly help save you some pounds for extra ice creams and last-minute bucket and spade purchases.

All you have to do is use the rafflecopter below to enter the competition and the lucky winner will be announced after the finishing date on the 6th February.  As the winner will receive an e-voucher this competition is open for everyone including those not in the UK.  Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

thelondonmum

114 Comments

    • My gosh, if you spend your voucher there I’ll be having words with you! ha. Nothing wrong with Sandbanks at all of course UNLESS YOU LIVE THERE!!! lol x

  1. OUCH – well played LondonMum haha. Hope you all have a great relaxing ‘wobbly toddling’ weekend – another gig filled weekend down ‘ere … starting now!

  2. A vacation would be lovely, the travel costs to stay in the UK work out around the same as EU flights sometimes, so at least if you visit abroad you’re more likely guaranteed the sunshine! 🙂

    Jen xx

    • Thats the thing, looking through the prices on Hotels 4 Us some of the deals they had on places abroad were amazing! I guess in the UK prices will just never go down that much x

    • My parents offered to pay for a flight for me to go and visit my Sister in Dubai but the thought of flying alone with William was just not going to happen. I think that’s why I’ve put travelling on hold for just a little while until he’s old enough. Staycations are the thing with babies 😉 x

    • Maybe this time round a staycation but get on those passports! There’s so much to explore and see 😉

    • Everyone will have the same equal opportunities. But you can enter daily via twitter which will increase your chances of course 🙂

    • That’s a good idea, anything that’ll help cut costs of something you’re already planning would be so useful x

    • Well I’d totally reommend London, best save what you can on the hotelso you can spend loads with all the shopping hahah x

    • I just googled that to see what it was (guessing it had something to do with cycling!), those athletes must be mega fit. Those hills are cruel!

    • I’ve never been. But there’s so much to visit in Scotland I’d want to visit on a big trip there!

  3. If we went on a vacation, it wouldn’t be far! Probably Paris, but most likely would be London as we’ve never been before 🙂

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