Alton Towers hotel stays from £42pp with waterpark & brekkie – but there's a catch | The Sun

FAMILIES can get free access to Alton Towers waterpark during midweek stays this winter.

The deals start from £42 per person and include your overnight stay, free breakfast and entertainment.

The theme park will be closed during your stay as it's winter, but you can still access the 9-hole golf course and the waterpark.

The waterpark features water cannons, buckets, pull ropes and water wheels.

Some of its most popular attractions include the Bubbly Wubbly Pool, Master Blaster and Rush n Rampage.

Rush n Rampage is perfect for little thrill-seekers, as you can slip down the crazy turns of two high-speed water slides.

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There's also a Little Leak area for smaller children with a shallow pull filled with games and mini-slides.

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With the offer, you'll have the choice between the three on-site hotels, the Enchanted Village Lodges, CBeebies Land Hotel and the Alton Towers Hotel.

The CBeebies Land hotel is great if you're travelling with little ones, as you'll find colourful rooms, live shows, CBeebies games and meet & greets with the best characters.

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The Alton Towers hotel is themed around the Sir Algenon explorer, where you'll find his flying ship right in the middle of the hotel.

While the Enchanted Village Lodges are tucked away in a quiet nook of the Alton Towers Resort, with winding pathways, unusual theming, and its own restaurant.

The 'Stay, Splash and Play' offer is available on the following dates available: February 1 to 10, February 27 and 28, and between March 1 and 16.

To bag the free waterpark admission, you'll have to add the 'Alton Towers Waterpark entry' to your short break when you reach the 'Upgrades' page on your booking.

If you're travelling with little ones, remember that children under 8 years old must have a supervising adult (16 and over) in the water at all times.

While children aged 12 or over can be unaccompanied.

If you're planning a visit to the theme park too, there are February half-term overnight stays up for grabs.

The park also recently revealed info on a brand new ride opening later this year.

The Curse at Alton Manor will take visitors on a journey of twists and turns through a cursed manor.

You could save money on holidays by taking a coach this year, with Legoland and Disneyland trips from £129pp.

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