If you're looking to plan some fun breaks with the kids once lockdown is over, then you may want to check out Wowcher's latest deal.

The discounts code has teamed up with Gulliver's theme parks for Stay and Play packages from £139 per family, which includes both a day's ticket for the theme park AND overnight accommodation.

Families of four can bag packages from £139 for one-night (approximately £34pp) while families of six can bag deals from £159 for one-night (approximately £26pp).

You can already book the deals for Gulliver's World in Warrington, Gulliver's Land in Milton Keynes, and even the new Gulliver's Valley resort in Yorkshire.

The packages are currently available for stays on select dates through to October 31, 2021. (For context, adult tickets to the theme parks usually start from £19 when booked online).


It's worth noting that the accommodation on offer will depend on which of the parks you're visiting.

For example Gulliver's World stays will include a Lost World Tent for four people, or a Western Lodge for six.

Gulliver's Land stays include a Jungle Safari Tent for four people, or a Woodland Lodge for up to six, while Gulliver's Valley has stays in Western Cabins for four people.

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Gulliver's World in Warrington

You can book one voucher per family of four ((wo adults and two children) or six people (two adults and four children). It's worth noting that the Wowcher voucher is non-refundable. (Full terms and conditions can be found in each of the listings here - Gulliver's World, Gulliver's Land and Gulliver's Valley.).

Boris Johnson recently announced plans for easing England out of lockdown, with the roadmap allowing for theme parks and self-contained accommodation to reopen from April 12, while indoor attractions and all other accommodation will reopen from May 17. (You can check the key dates for holidaymakers for more information).

However there is the caveat that the roadmap will be guided by data not dates, so these are the earliest possible dates that attractions could reopen.