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4 day European Holiday inc. Ferry - £20 per person

You must collect five differently dated tokens from the Daily Mail, tokens will be printed in the Daily Mail from January 2, 2010 over the next few weeks.
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Alternatively, you can collect three Daily Mail mastheads (this is the Daily Mail logo which appears on the front page of the paper).

We have thousands of holidays to a huge variety of destinations across Europe, so you can take your pick from some of the best campsites throughout Europe and stay in top quality mobile home accommodation.

And why not stay longer? We have seven night holidays from just £35 per person (minimum of four traveling) including your Dover Calais crossing. Its an offer too good to miss!

To see a map and for a full listing of prices, dates and destinations and to book a camping holiday at some amazing sites throughout Europe including France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Switzerland to name just a few,
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#1
I wonder if they will have any added extras that you have to pay?

Thanks for the heads up, going to have a look at it :)
#2
link to available countries and details


.[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]you can book from today[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
But don’t delay in booking your fabulous trip, you can call the dedicated hotlines TODAY and book – and you simply need to send in your tokens when you've collected them to validate your booking.

thinking of this for myself - got 2 teenagers - looks ok - Holland
http://parks.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/Eurocamp/43.htm?cachebuster=
#3
looks ok to me
#4
:thumbsup:
#5
I've had a read through, but I'm unclear whether the ferry crossing includes a car :oops:

Does anyone know?
banned#6
Looks good :thumbsup:
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bargainaholic
I've had a read through, but I'm unclear whether the ferry crossing includes a car :oops:

Does anyone know?


Terms and conditions: Offer closes January 31, 2010. All holidays are subject to a minimum duration of four nights. Full payment for the holiday is required at the time of booking. Prices are per person per break and subject to a minimum charge for four passengers. Where there are less than four people the minimum charges for four persons, per break will be applied. Adults and children will be charged the per person, per break price.[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="4"] The price includes a midweek Dover – Calais off peak ferry crossing for a car and up to six passengers (depart Dover 14:01 to 06:00, depart Calais 00:00 to 14:00). The price per break is applicable to two [/SIZE][/COLOR]bedroom or three bedroom mobile

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1236899/European-family-holidays-just-20-person.html?ito=1851#ixzz0bODKtoLg:thumbsup:
#8
Maybe you could use in conjunction with this Disneyland deal @ £150 per adult - all children under 12 free:thumbsup:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/569201/disneyland-paris-from-150-per-adult
#9
excellent find will be just what we need!
#10
looks alright
#11
They could offer me free gold, I will never buy that poor excuse for a newspaper. Utter filth imo.

Peter Hitchens, Melanie Phillips etc no thanks.
#12
sotomonkey
They could offer me free gold, I will never buy that poor excuse for a newspaper. Utter filth imo.

Peter Hitchens, Melanie Phillips etc no thanks.


:?:?:?:?
#13
sotomonkey
They could offer me free gold, I will never buy that poor excuse for a newspaper.


I don't believe you! :p Voted hott!
#14
Sorry I don't bear any grudges against anyone who buys the paper for this deal.

I think a lot of people who read the mail don't realise how bad they are.

Did you see the article that was written on there almost celebrating the execution of Akmal Shiekh? Disgusting. I think they may have pulled it.
#15
Well actually, I think all the papers are full of sh** to an extent - it just depends which angle you take on the articles themselves......there's always something that p***es someone off! I stopped buying newspapers years ago for this exact reason, but I WILL definately be buying some of these for the deal! :thumbsup:
#16
holly100
link to available countries and details


.[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]you can book from today[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
But don’t delay in booking your fabulous trip, you can call the dedicated hotlines TODAY and book – and you simply need to send in your tokens when you've collected them to validate your booking.

thinking of this for myself - got 2 teenagers - looks ok - Holland
http://parks.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/Eurocamp/43.htm?cachebuster=


When you click on the map for France, the map shows park numbers upto 105, but the list of locations only goes upto 47????

Are any close to Calais?

EDIT: Just thought about this and the closest one to me in France would take 6hrs driving (UK and France) plus ferry = day there and day back travelling. £50 petrol each way, plus petrol when there is likely to be £150 in petrol, plus wear and tear plus eurpean breakdown. To be honest rather drive down to Cornwall!
#17
I also hate the paper but I am going to have to get it for this deal , got to paint all my window frames and skirting boards so i can use the paper for that instead of reading it . (my tip for the day)

edit- I was just thinking that I could end up in a holiday park full of Daily Mail readers with them moaning about food being foreign muck and that the locals dont speak English ....... !
#18
We stayed at Chateau Des Ormes in Brittany, near St Malo this summer - it was absolutely brilliant. Like a UK Haven park but without all the chavs and the filth. Lovely clean accommodation (we went with French Freedom) and brilliant swimming pools with loads for the kids to do. It'd be a few hours from Calais, but was only about 20mins from St Malo.
#19
Good deal for those down south - not so great for us up north. :(
#20
holly100
link to available countries and details


.[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]you can book from today[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
But don’t delay in booking your fabulous trip, you can call the dedicated hotlines TODAY and book – and you simply need to send in your tokens when you've collected them to validate your booking.

thinking of this for myself - got 2 teenagers - looks ok - Holland
http://parks.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/Eurocamp/43.htm?cachebuster=


Not commenting on the deal but can highly recommend the site you are looking at. Went to Duinrell in 2007 & 2008. Had a great time both years. The only drawback might be the fact it is an extremely long drive from Calais to Wassenaar where the site is. Apart from the extra cost it is far better to go from harwich to Hook of Holland - only about 30 miles from there to the site.
#21
panddda
We stayed at Chateau Des Ormes in Brittany, near St Malo this summer - it was absolutely brilliant. Like a UK Haven park but without all the chavs and the filth. Lovely clean accommodation (we went with French Freedom) and brilliant swimming pools with loads for the kids to do. It'd be a few hours from Calais, but was only about 20mins from St Malo.


Mais, c'est trop loin?????!!!!
#22
sotomonkey;7395095
They could offer me free gold, I will never buy that poor excuse for a newspaper. Utter filth imo.

Peter Hitchens, Melanie Phillips etc no thanks.


Agreed Melanie Phillips is a vile woman, but the deal doesn't seem to be too bad.
#23
holly100

thinking of this for myself - got 2 teenagers - looks ok - Holland


Beautiful country and wonderful people, Be sure to visit Amsterdam whilst you are there.
#24
FROM £20 pp...there are some big differences...look at the price list, if you go in august 3 bed caravan its £19.50 per person per night
#25
#26
it's not that bad a newspaper, it just tends to be read by racists, homophobes and people who are very angry about something
#27
The hard part for me would be to buy the "newspaper".

But a good deal if you arent fussy about what you read.
#28
i dont mind it, its a newspaper....they are like soaps...dont take them to heart
#29
skellysgirl


The T&C's say it must be a party of four, if not you pay a supplement for them. But the prices only list 2 and 3 beds????????????????? :thinking:

That must be the prices for extra days as there is no way you could make
£20 per person for a four night break including ferry travel from Dover to Calais
#30
stphnstevey
The T&C's say it must be a party of four, if not you pay a supplement for them. But the prices only list 2 and 3 beds????????????????? :thinking:

That must be the prices for extra days as there is no way you could make
£20 per person for a four night break including ferry travel from Dover to Calais



Its slightly misleading

OP states it as £20pp not from £20pp which it says on the DM website, if you go on the first date in April and only have a 2 bed caravan then you can have it for
£20 pp £5 x 4 days = £20 or for 4 people £80
but thats the only date and option the rest are much more expensive, ie..august
£88 pp £19.50 x 4 days = £88 or for 4 people £352
#31
Thanks. Off to get a paper now.
#32
albo2002
it's not that bad a newspaper, it just tends to be read by racists, homophobes and people who are very angry about something


Stand back and wait for flamethrower.................................................................:whistling:
#33
VanDutch
Good deal for those down south - not so great for us up north. :(


Actually this is only a good deal for people living in Kent - even for some of those of us in the south or south west, Dover in the far south east can be a pain in the a*se to get to. From where I live in Hampshire it is still a 2 1/2 hour, 140 mile drive to Dover, which is about the same as someone starting off from Northampton.

I'd love to go to Normandy or Brittany using this deal but doing Dover-Calais this would involve a 140 mile trip east to Dover then about a 200-300 mile trip west through northern France so I would have to drive 400-500 miles to go somewhere where I physically live only 100 miles away from! No good for me. I wish they had a Portsmouth to Cherbourg option, even if at a supplement.

I checked the Brittany Ferries website and their apartments and holiday park prices for a week start at £375.00 and this includes property rental, return ferry crossings on selected sailings to France for a standard car and all occupants.

As they only do the western channel routes what you would save in petrol & Autoroute tolls by doing Portsmouth to Cherbourg instead of Dover to Calais may pay for any extra cost & you would save hours of boring driving. I think that this would be the case for almost everyone travelling from the UK to Normandy or Brittany. In the north you would drive due south to Portsmouth (thus eliminating London, the M25 and the drive through all of Kent) and if you took the 3 hour fast cat to Cherbourg or Caen you are already in Normandy with potentially very little driving to do at the other end. This shaves hundreds of miles off the driving in France plus hours off a tedious journey in the car driving along dull toll roads.
#34
Even for countries like switzerland, the only travel option is to go through ferry to Calais from Dover.....
#35
can recommend the Castell Montgris site in estartit, spain, though dont know what it would be like summer holidays :w00t:
these campsites are a fab alternative to the package holiday, especially if you've got young children, & a lot less expensive. You can also fly with ryanair or easyjet if you dont fancy the drive ( I do, but not with 2 kids 'asking are we there yet?' half an hour after leaving the house! )
My kids love this type of holiday & have much more freedom to 'play out' (under our watchful eye of course) I love it because its more of a break for me & far more relaxing
#36
tejas
Even for countries like switzerland, the only travel option is to go through ferry to Calais from Dover.....


I disagree, using the AA's European Route planner Caen beats Calais to Switzerland:

Calais > Switzerland (Bern) = 854km

Caen > Switzerland (Bern)= 799km

So the western channel route of Portsmouth to Caen driving to Switzerland is quicker!

For most people in the UK Portsmouth is as easy or easier to get to than Dover.

London > Dover = 76 miles (1hr 47m)
London > Portsmouth- 76 miles (1hr 52m) (Almost a draw)

Birmingham > Dover = 203.9 miles (3hr 29m)
Birmingham > Portsmouth = 150.7 miles (2hr 49m)

Manchester > Dover = 286 miles (4hr 56m)
Manchester > Portsmouth = 242 miles (4hr 51m)

One thing though is the the western channel crossings take longer (Fastcat = 3 hours or so) plus they are likely to be costlier. But the experience is more relaxed and chilled out than Dover-Calais, with cinemas, full service restaurants, large bars, pools (on some of the cruise-ferries), cabins etc.
#37
Anyone know the Paris Maison Lafitte site?

Seems a good April break for £80 imo. Try getting a hotel/apt. inParis for 1 night at that price
#38
do you have to stay within the holiday park for the duration?
#39
delboy_rodney
do you have to stay within the holiday park for the duration?


As long as you enter the knobblee Knees competition you should be allowed out on the odd occasion.


Hi de Hi
#40
adwils
As long as you enter the knobblee Knees competition you should be allowed out on the odd occasion.


Hi de Hi


is that a NO then? and your free to leave?

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