Warwick Castle launches sale on medieval themed glamping breaks for families

Warwick Castle is giving families the chance to bag a cheap glamping break this summer that also offers a quirky medieval theme.

The historic castle has launched a flash sale on overnight stays from £139 per family (£34.75pp) for a stay in one of its themed Warwick Tents.

That includes your accommodation, a breakfast buffet served in the Knight’s Village banquet hall, two days’ entry to the Castle and complimentary car park.

You can already book the discounted glamping trips on the Warwick Castle Breaks website but you may want to be quick as the sale ends on Monday 8th July 2019.

It's worth noting that the deal is valid for stays on nights from Sunday to Friday, before the 19th July 2019.

The Warwick Tents are pretty quirky with a medieval décor including a large oak storage chest, two stools and wooden table, mirror and themed soft furnishings.

There are two single beds and a double bed, with shared toilet and shower facilities a stone' throw from the tents.

Guests will also be treated to a host of exclusive entertainment in the Knight's Village including archery lessons and workshops for picking up sword fighting skills.

Then of course the package also includes two days' entrance to the popular attraction where you can learn all about British history, explore the picturesque castle and enjoy some of the daily shows.

For example this summer the castle is offering 'Falconer's Quest', a spectacle with over 70 birds including an impressive Andean Condor with a wingspan of over ten feet.

Looking for a bit more adventure? The Bowman show features some dazzling archery skills.

If the dates on offer are a bit too last-minute, don't be disheartened.

The castle also offers up heaps of deals on mid-week stays including the Knight's Village Lodges if camping isn't quite your thing.

And if you're after more inspiration, we've also got a round-up of the UK's best campsites as well as the top UK themed hotels that are sure to be a hit with kids and parents alike.

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