Fans of Warwick Castle can now buy holiday packages for March, May or June with more than £50 off with an exclusive offer . The offer includes one nights stay in either Woodland Lodge or Medieval Glamping, breakfast and a day ticket for each person.

The offer is based on a stay in the Warwick Castle Lodge for one night in March, Monday to Thursday, or Medieval Glamping in May or June, Sunday to Thursday. For two adults, the deal comes to £99, for two adults and one child, £117, two adults and two children will be £134, and two adults and three children £152.

The Castle Lodges usually start at £259 for a nights stay, so the savings are more than £150. Medieval Glamping generally starts at £244, so again, almost £150 in savings.

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The Woodland Lodges sleep a family of five and have free wifi, free parking, freeview TV and evening entertainment. The Medieval Glamping tents have double beds with two single beds either side with room for an additional air bed or travel cot, available on request.

Warwick Castle in the sun

© Warwick Castle in the sun
Warwick Castle in the sun

Breakfast is included as well as free hot drinks and free parking. Visitors can use communal toilets and shower facilities.

Included in the day ticket, you can enjoy birds of prey shows, the mighty trebuchet, a Horrible Histories maze and the Kingmaker, a walk through experience which takes you through medieval preparations for battle. There is an additional charge for The Castle Dungeon entry, which is open to anyone older than 10 years-old.

The Horrible Histories Maze is a walk-through experience combining special effects, obstacles, games and challenges and takes visitors through the Vicious Vikings, Stormin’ Normans and more centuries.

During the day, you can also expect live shows at the castle, including bird of prey talks with an expert Falconer, a jousting show with stunts and special effects and free history tours.

Built in 1068 by William the Conquerer, the medieval castle really has something for the whole family. You can pick up the deals online .

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published 2021-06-21 12:00:00