Highbridge & Burnham Travelodge reveals opening date
new £6million Travelodge hotel is set to welcome its first
guests this autumn.
new hotel in Siger Drive, off Bennett Road, will formally open on
November 5th, when the first bookings will be taken, it has been
confirmed this week in a change to the plans for bookings to start
be called the 'Highbridge Burnham-On-Sea Travelodge', it will have
75 rooms, a bar, a cafe.
hotel has been designed in the companys latest contemporary
design and all family, double and accessible rooms will feature
king-size beds and modern facilities such as USB charging points.
we reported here last
week, the hotel is current recruiting 26 new staff across all positions.
'Highbridge Burnham-On-Sea Travelodge' is one of 11 hotels that
the budget hotel chain is opening in the lead up to Christmas, collectively
representing an investment of £79million and creating 260
new jobs in total.
new sites are at East Grinstead, Gainsborough, Camborne Redruth,
Chester, Solihull, York Monks Cross, Highbridge Burnham-On-Sea,
Lincoln, Walsall, Ashford and Bury St Edmonds.
Bonnar, Travelodge Chief Operating Officer said: "We are very
excited to be opening our first Travelodge hotel in Highbridge.
Right now our focus is to build a strong team to manage the hotel.
Therefore we are looking for colleagues who are dedicated and passionate
about delivering great service."
can teach the skills that they need and we are totally committed
in developing our people. We operate a successful in-house management
development programme, which has helped thousands of colleagues;
climb the career ladder into management via an entry level position."
describes the new hotel on its website: "Our Highbridge Burnham-On-Sea
hotel is the perfect seaside location getaway, with sandy Burnham
beach less than 4 miles away and plenty of other beaches nearby.
Bust out those sunglasses and have a wander along Burnham seafront,
and dont miss the Burnham-On-Sea pier - an Edwardian beauty
and the shortest in Britain."
3 minutes drive of the rail station and 2 minutes from the
M5, connectivity is king at this hotel. Youre within easy
reach of Cheddar Gorge and the stunning Mendip Hills AONB or you
can jump on a train to Bristol and be at Temple Meads in under an