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SuperBreak Promotes Legoland Windsor Short Breaks from €372 for Family of Four

SuperBreak Promotes Legoland Windsor Short Breaks from €372 for Family of Four

With the summer in full swing, SuperBreak is promoting its easy to book Legoland Windsor short break packages that combine hotel, park tickets and flight or ferry if needed. All bookable in one easy transaction via SuperBreak’s agent website or call centre, packages are commissionable and fully protected.

Legoland Windsor has long been a firm favourite with families with children aged 2-12 years of age. There are 55 interactive rides, live shows and attractions to enjoy, all set over 60 hectares of parkland.

Easily accessible with flights from Dublin to London Heathrow, SuperBreak offers a range of hotels around the area to suit all budgets. Windsor is just 15 minutes away from Heathrow in a taxi (approximatley £20/€24) so it is easy to get to the theme park and to the popular town centre. Customers who want to self-drive can do so using the various ferry routes and then driving to Windsor.

SuperBreak has some great deals for Legoland Windsor this summer – a family of four can enjoy a short break from just €372. This includes a two-night stay at the Holiday Inn Slough/Windsor in a family room, breakfast, and a one-day pass to Legoland Windsor. Two-day passes are also available. Flights and ferry can be added as required.

For more information visit: www.superbreak.ie/travelagent or call 01 695 0000.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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