Premier Inn launches sale with rooms from £8.75pp this Christmas

PREMIER Inn is selling rooms for just £35 this month, with more than 700,000 on offer across the UK.

The hotel chain has launched the deal for stays between December 3 and December 31 for a last-minute holiday.

The deal includes family rooms for four people, making a one-night stay cost just £8.75 each.

Destinations include Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, and Cardiff, as well as hotels in parts of Scotland and Ireland.

London hotels are also in the deal, for just £55 per night – or £13.75 each.

All of the rooms are also flexi-rooms, so you can change the date of your stay up to 1pm on the day of your travel.

  • Premier Inn rooms from £35 – book here

Families can take advantage of the deal so they can see other family members and friends without breaking the rules, as tier 2 destinations can still go on holiday in their own household – but can meet up outside at the pub or restaurant.

The rooms are subject to availability so it is best to book early to get the cheapest deal.

Guests are also advised to check the local travel restrictions of the local area before travelling, and must abide by the rules of their own tier.

Premier Inn Managing Director Simon Ewins said: “With less than a month to go, the countdown to Christmas Day has begun and the nation is counting down the number of sleeps.

"After long periods of separation from family and friends, for many people Christmas this year will be more special than ever. We’re pleased therefore to offer great value rooms in all four corners of the UK to enable those who are able to visit friends and family to do so affordably, safe in the knowledge that once the festivities are over they can tuck into bed in a comfortable and clean environment."

We've explained what the rules are for staying in a hotel in tier 2 or tier 3.

Only three destinations in the UK are in tier 1 – Cornwall, the Isle of Wight and the Isles of Scilly.

The rest of the country is in tier 2 or tier 3, with tier 3 residents not allowed to go on holiday, either domestically or abroad.

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