Gainsborough's Travelodge ready to welcome back guests

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Gainsborough’s Travelodge has now re-opened and is ready for the safe return of guests for overnight stays following its closure during the Covid-19 pandemic.

As Gainsborough continues its steady path to a full re-opening following the third national lockdown, hotel chain Travelodge has confirmed the town’s 56 room hotel has re-opened and will be ready to welcome back overnight guests from May 17.

The hotel first opened its doors in November 2018 only to be forced to temporarily close under Government guidelines at the beginning of 2021.

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Following the recent relaxing of restrictions of non-essential retail on April 12, guests can once again enjoy an overnight stay in adherence with social distancing measures to ensure a safe, comfortable visit.

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Travelodge can be found on North Street next to The Forge restaurant and can be easily accessed from the Roseways Car Park.

Alison Barr, Travelodge district manager for Lincolnshire: “We are very excited to be re-opening our nine hotels in Lincolnshire including our Gainsborough Travelodge.

"We are hopeful that by re-opening our hotels early we can help kick start the local economy.”

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Travelodge forms part of the North Street regeneration headed by Dransfield Properties with West Lindsey District Council.

Charlotte Toplass, tenant liaison executive at Marshall’s Yard, said: “Travelodge is a fantastic asset to Gainsborough, and it is great to see them reopen their doors to guests.

“As life slowly returns to normal, we are delighted to welcome guests to Gainsborough for business or leisure.

“We’d also like to welcome back all staff and look forward to the re-opening of adjoining restaurant The Forge, situated on the ground floor of the development- later in the month.”

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To celebrate Travelodge re-opening all of its hotels after lockdown and to help drive business to Lincolnshire, the hotel chain has released more than two million rooms for £29 across its UK hotels, which for a family of four, works out at just £7.25 per person.

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