The Travelodge €19 autumn sale starts at 6am on Thursday 15th April 2010. Up for grabs are 90,000 rooms across the 11 Irish Travelodge and 250,000 rooms across the 390 Travelodge’s throughout the UK.

Online PR News – 20-April-2010 – – Stay dates are from Saturday 28th August to Sunday 28th November 2010.

Rooms will be available to book from 6am on Thursday 15th April 2010.

Listed below are five reasons why you should bag yourself a €19 Travelodge room throughout Ireland:

1. Take advantage of the last days of summer by taking a weekend break in August and treat the kids to a break in either: Dublin, Galway or Belfast.

2. Why not whisk your partner away for a break and enjoy Ireland in its full autumn glory. Ireland has a wealth of, parklands, forests, gardens and world class sports stadiums which all come alive in spectacular fashion every autumn. Top destinations include: The Phoenix Park , Croke Park, Thomond Park and the Odyssey in Belfast, not to mention the walled city of Derry, the city of tribes, Galway and the world famous Cork jazz festival.

3. Keep the kids entertained during the autumn bank holiday by taking a city break and explore one of the Irelands great cities.

4. This Halloween treat yourself to a scary break– check out Derry’s annual Halloween carnival.

5. Get a head start on your Christmas shopping and visit one of our great shopping malls on a Travelodge city break.

A Travelodge family room caters for two adults and two children under the age of 16 and you only pay for the room and not for the number of people staying per room.

Each Travelodge room has en-suite facilities, a luxury king size bed, a flat screen TV with 10 free channels, free tea / coffee making facilities and wifi.

Breakdown on the autumn sale room prices are:
30,000 €19 rooms
30,000 €29 rooms
30,000 €39 rooms

Terms and conditions for sale rooms do apply – please visit for details of terms and conditions.
Sale rooms are non-refundable.
Images of Travelodge hotels and rooms are available upon request.

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