Myself, Scott, Justin & Madison was invited to stay in one of Travelodge’s family rooms for the night. We stayed at Windsor Central Travelodge, as we were visiting Legoland the following day. We got to the Travelodge about 4ish but check in was at 3pm if you wanted to check in any earlier you had to pay £10. Check in was very quick, the receptionist staff were lovely. They said that the Queen will be coming to Windsor the following day, which we forgot about. We stayed on the top floor room number 831 and had the Windsor Castle view which was gorgeous.
When we got into the room we was very surprised how big the family room was. Their was the double bed plus single bed for Justin and a travel cot for Madison. We had a kettle with tea/coffee plus milk facilities on the sideboard.
Breakfast was included in with the stay but Scott didn’t want to wait around as the roads were being closed off following the Queens visit to the town centre, so we had something at Legoland instead!
Scott enjoying a cup of Tea while watching snooker!
Our ”very” comfortable kingsize bed, have to be honest I didn’t want to get out of it.
Justin’s comfy bed for the night.
Our Bathroom, also quite a good size!
Travelodge very kindly supplied a travel cot for Madison for the night, which I thought was really nice of them!
As you can see Justin wanted to go in and play with her.
We couldn’t believe how close we was to Windsor Castle, the view from our room in the day time! We all actually went for a walk after I took this picture to see the castle as we all hadn’t seen it up close before. It was huge!
Windsor Castle all lit up at night, as it was the queen’s birthday the following day, you could see that they was setting up canopies etc for her day.
Disclaimer: We all had the chance to review a night stay Windsor Central Travelodge, all thoughts and opinions are our own.