4 Nights in 8 Berth Executive Caravan - 81% off - £75 @ Hoseasons - HotUKDeals
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This holiday is staying in a 6 or 8 berth caravan at the Sandymouth Holiday Park Sandymouth Bay, Bude, North Cornwall. Holiday commences either 2nd May or 9th May and all caravans are reduced to £75 for 4 nights. The best deal being the Portofino Plus which has been reduced from £395 (thats a saving of £320 !)
This is booked through Hoseasons and customer feedback for the park, accomodation is excellent.
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banned 3 Likes #1
Caravan?
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good price for a short get away, people should holiday in the UK to keep money in house, however when you see deals to fly somewhere hot and different cheaply, It puts people off holidaying in the UK.

especially when the cost of travelling from say manchester to cornwall in a 2 litre petrol car return journey i would guess would be around £120, ridiclous and puts most people off.

i voted hot for the deal though
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so there are going to be 8 BIRTHS when you are staying there? hope they keep the noise down
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8 Birth lol
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Could I get it cheaper if I only had twins?
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that picture looks like the studio apartment i had in portugal, every night stupid kids on stupid mopeds razzed up the very steep hill at the side of the complex.

until one night when i left a 5 litre puddle of vegetable oil on the road, that was a good night. for the last 4 days of my holiday there was no moped noises.
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Good deal, I'm staying in Devon that week and paid a hell of a lot more :-((
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All joking aside, I regularly stay in big static caravans; the kids prefer them to hotels and this is a cracking deal. Definite heat (births or no births!)
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GemmaJayne
Good deal, I'm staying in Devon that week and paid a hell of a lot more :-((

a good choice to stay. so much so i moved down here, which is my argument every summer when the mrs wants a holiday . i have to explain that every day is a holiday, we live 5 minutes from the flippin beach
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brum
GemmaJayne
Good deal, I'm staying in Devon that week and paid a hell of a lot more :-((


a good choice to stay. so much so i moved down here, which is my argument every summer when the mrs wants a holiday . i have to explain that every day is a holiday, we live 5 minutes from the flippin beach


We've been talking about moving down too. We mostly visit the North, Bideford and Barnstable, but are having another go down South next month :-)
#12
Great deal , hot.
#13
i wish we were free then - sounds great :)
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@brum

I think people are put off from holidaying in the UK now because it is just as expensive as deals you see for more exotic places.

I prefer holidaying in the UK myself but I can't afford it any more compared to about 3 years ago!

4 nights sets me back about £250 to stay in a lower-class, older caravan with Haven and thats WITH their 'offers'. I wouldn't dare stay in a caravan of theirs shortly before or after season, either - stayed in very early September a few years ago and it was so cold that it made me very ill and we had to leave early - and what made that laughable is that it was actually a very warm September that year. I suppose it doesn't help when the caravans have no heating in the bedrooms, though.

A deal like this is very hot, though - I'd be a bit iffy about going so early in the year, but for £75 and staying in somewhere like Cornwall, this is a steal. If I didn't live so far away I'd consider it myself.
#15
Booked , thank you for posting.
#16
Dates no longer available
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Don't forget nhs workers get I think 10% discount going through nhsdiscounts to hoseasons :)
#18
NO1FAN
Dates no longer available


Only the "Florence" is booked up - the other 'vans, including the Portofino are still available.
#19
My petrol costs would be £85 plus £75 booking , £160 for 4 days break is fine , even better if more than 4 go to share the costs .

Pity the deal wasn't elsewhere in the UK for a more varied choice .
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the porter
Don't forget nhs workers get I think 10% discount going through nhsdiscounts to hoseasons :)

Things like that really **** me off , not for NHS staff only , but others in the civil service & public services in general .
#21
Timbellina
NO1FAN
Dates no longer available


Only the "Florence" is booked up - the other 'vans, including the Portofino are still available.

Apologises you are right
#22
isnt it 13 quid extra as an admin charge when booking .so real price is 88 pounds
#23
meerar
isnt it 13 quid extra as an admin charge when booking .so real price is 88 pounds

No untick the box to bring it back to £75
#24
Tallyho
My petrol costs would be £85 plus £75 booking , £160 for 4 days break is fine , even better if more than 4 go to share the costs .

Pity the deal wasn't elsewhere in the UK for a more varied choice .

There are loads more deals to had on the bottom of the Hoseasons home page. Just click the holiday parks tab and scroll to the bottom of the page. Click 'View all special offers' then on the special offers page click the green 'View all offers' link. Many offers with at least 50% discount all around the UK. Definately recomend making sure you get a Double Glazed, Centrally Heated van no matter when you are going.
We take a caravan holiday like this at least twice a year to supplememt our 2 foreign holidays, we often enjoy these just as much as a week or two in the canaries.

Edited By: okian on Apr 17, 2011 20:57
#25
Cracking deal
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Tallyho
My petrol costs would be £85 plus £75 booking , £160 for 4 days break is fine , even better if more than 4 go to share the costs .

Pity the deal wasn't elsewhere in the UK for a more varied choice .


Check out http://www.hoseasons.co.uk/holiday-parks/#activeTab=specialOffers®ionRestore=&priceRestore=&monthRestore=

for all special offers on Parks with Hoseasons - plenty of four night stays for £75 and less; the Sandymouth park just happens to be the biggest discount.
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Check outhttp://www.hoseasons.co.uk/holiday-parks/#activeTab=specialOffers®ionRestore=&priceRestore=&monthRestore=

for all special offers on Parks with Hoseasons - plenty of four night stays for £75 and less; the Sandymouth park just happens to be the biggest discount.[/quote]
cheaper than the sun hols, ta
#28
Only been to Hendra park (Newquay)with Hoseasons, and isn't that good, Went on one of those newspaper deals and found it more expensive in the end than booking last minute with Haven, Park wasn't as good as the Haven's Perran Sands. Hoseasons caravan had mold on the floor, facilities weren't as good as Haven, good job there was a Morrisons just down the road for Food & drink as Hendra was very poor, we went home a day early.
#29
take a look aat easter weekend breaks they seem good value also less then £130.
#30
Watch out for the hidden charges - power charger, linen charge, entertainment pass etc etc.
Our £92 haven-daily mail deal had £72 of extras.
#31
Kellerman
@brum

I think people are put off from holidaying in the UK now because it is just as expensive as deals you see for more exotic places.

I prefer holidaying in the UK myself but I can't afford it any more compared to about 3 years ago!

4 nights sets me back about £250 to stay in a lower-class, older caravan with Haven and thats WITH their 'offers'. I wouldn't dare stay in a caravan of theirs shortly before or after season, either - stayed in very early September a few years ago and it was so cold that it made me very ill and we had to leave early - and what made that laughable is that it was actually a very warm September that year. I suppose it doesn't help when the caravans have no heating in the bedrooms, though.

A deal like this is very hot, though - I'd be a bit iffy about going so early in the year, but for £75 and staying in somewhere like Cornwall, this is a steal. If I didn't live so far away I'd consider it myself.

If you want to stay when it is cooler make sure you hire a caravan with central heating and double glazing. We own a caravan on the Haven site in the Lakes and even in November/ March with the heating on they are very warm. Each room including toilet and shower room has radiatior. Warmer than our house!!!
#32
deal no longer available tooooooooo late
#33
timbar1963
deal no longer available tooooooooo late

Not true, there are still accomodation available on this site on the dates originally posted
#34
Great deal
#35
brum
......until one night when i left a 5 litre puddle of vegetable oil on the road, that was a good night. for the last 4 days of my holiday there was no moped noises.

I must remember this technique.

Meanwhile, back to the article. My fuel would be about £150 (ex Glasgow). Scandal. If I bought a few sweets too and drinks/coffee on the M6 or M5 would be travel costs of about £170.

It makes something like this on a whim very unlikely. Sadly.
#36
Just booked, great find. 10% NHS discount made it 67.50-bargain. Thanks op:)
#37
Also available for tomorrow if you want to go then for the Portofino
#38
**** I was too late :-(
#39
christopherguy25
Also available for tomorrow if you want to go then for the Portofino


They running this deal again tomorrow?
#40
campfreddie
Only been to Hendra park (Newquay)with Hoseasons, and isn't that good, Went on one of those newspaper deals and found it more expensive in the end than booking last minute with Haven, Park wasn't as good as the Haven's Perran Sands. Hoseasons caravan had mold on the floor, facilities weren't as good as Haven, good job there was a Morrisons just down the road for Food & drink as Hendra was very poor, we went home a day early.



Newspaper deals.
these USED to be great value, but as the poster has said by the time you pay the extras for any of the good parks the price is probably more than booking direct with the offers they have and you get the dates and accomodation you want, last time i booked direct worked out £30 less and i got the date I actually wanted

Edited By: highland2010 on Apr 17, 2011 23:31

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