Butlins Diversity

Butlin's offering up to 40% off on August weekend breaks

Butlin’s is offering discounts of up to 40% off on August weekend breaks across its Bognor, Minehead and Skegness Resorts – including good deals for the August Bank Holiday.

Three-night stays are starting from £300 per family and a bank holiday weekend stay is starting from £435 per family.

Stephen Mulhern and Diversity are performing across all three resorts throughout the summer. Former Redcoat and star of Britain’s Got More Talent, Stephen Mulhern, brings his mix of comedy and magic to Centre Stage. Diversity also returns with new moves in a show that’s been exclusively choreographed for Butlin’s by Ashley Banjo himself. Guests can watch their live performance and then learn the dance troupe’s techniques at their exclusive Dance Academy.

Each resort offers character shows from TV heroes such as Paddington Bear, Mr Men and Little Miss and the Teletubbies. Families can also spend time on Traditional Fairground, visit Splash Waterworld or take part in sports and activities ranging from archery and go-karts to high ropes and mini segways.

Guests looking to stay at the Bognor Regis Resort can also test ride its new £40m pool facility, which has been designed to bring the seaside inside with stick-of-rock slides, rapids, a wave machine and an area dedicated to toddlers.

Guests can enjoy a three-night August weekend break at Skegness Resort, starting from £300 per family. This price includes a saving of 40% and is based on two adults and two children sharing two-bedroom Silver room accommodation, when arriving on August 30.

A three-night Bank Holiday weekend break starts from £435 per family when two adults and two children share a two-bedroom Silver room at Minehead Resort and arrive on August 23.


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