Warwick Castle is offering overnight stays from £32 per night this summer, including castle entry, free breakfast and live entertainment.
The castle has over 1,100 years of history, myths and adventures and is the ultimate historic getaway for families.
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Warwick Castle is also home to the world’s first Zog-themed attraction.
The new attraction, which opened in the spring of this year, is based on best-selling books by author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler.
Toddlers can enter the world of Zog, with colorful dragons, crawling tunnels, dragon wing ziplines and rope swings.
The quest for the gold star is an interactive 3D journey featuring five fun lessons from Madame Dragon’s School, where children can join Zog in trying to be the best fire-breathing students possible.
Children will also have the chance to meet some of their favorite characters, including the dragon himself, Princess Pearl and Sir Gadabout.
Breaks include overnight accommodation, day entry to Warwick Castle, free breakfast and free parking.
Families are spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation, from themed glamping to lodges and tower suites.
Cost of medieval-themed glamping trips from £189 per family (£47 per person per night) on certain dates in July and September.
The themed glamping tents are equipped with a double bed, two single beds and a storage box.
The more luxurious king’s tents are also available at an additional cost, with a four-poster bed, two single beds and an outdoor canopy with a table and thrones.
Lodges are also a good option, they have a private terrace and medieval-inspired décor. The lodges are in the wooded grove and are connected by wooden walkways.
The Tower Suites also feature a luxurious four-poster bed, exquisite tapestries and sumptuous decorations to make you feel like royalty.
All Tower Suites bookings also include champagne on arrival, a private tour of the castle, afternoon tea in the conservatory tea house and complimentary drinks during your stay.
From July 23 to September 4, there will be a number of unique live shows and experiences, such as the UK’s biggest birds of prey show, The Falconer’s Quest and Wars of the Rose Live .
The Wars of the Rose Live show features stunts, tricks and showmanship with special effects, squeezing the 32-year-old conflict into an entertaining 32-minute spectacle.
For more activity-packed breaks, Chessington is offering glamping, theme park tickets and free breakfast from £65 pp this summer.
While Thorpe Park offers overnight stays from £74 pp this year, including park tickets and breakfast, and Pontins offers breaks from £7 pp a night.