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UK summer holidays from £15.00 per person in Daily Mail

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Saw this offer in the Daily Mail on Tuesday. You need 5 passwords from the paper, one has been printed each day this week. You're meant to go to the website - http://www.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/dai…
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Saw this offer in the Daily Mail on Tuesday. You need 5 passwords from the paper, one has been printed each day this week.

You're meant to go to the website - http://www.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/dailymail - enter the passwords and then pick your booking at one of their holiday parks in the UK. Got to book before end of May.

Tuesday's password was 'surf' but that's the only one I've got - found this copy on the tube as it's not my usual paper...

Has anyone got the other passwords?
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#1
Lobster was thursdays
#2
two more are ship and surf. Anyone got any others?
#3
Beach, sand, towel, surf, swim

taken from another website so sorry if there wrong
#4
Probably not that special as prices start at £25 pp in peak season.
Then you've got a £2 booking fee and £5.99 per night service charge.
#5
Remember there will be an additional £2 booking fee. Plus service charge between £5.99 and £6.50 per night (charged by holiday park) and between £2.50 and £11.00 per person for passes.

So for instance 4 people at hopton comes to £151 total. Still good value :thumbsup:

At least the charges are a lot easier to find and the sites a lot easier to use than the Sun holiday site.
#6
Just had a look . Nothing for Aug as far as I could see but if your kids finish school earlier than some. July 19th for 4 nights for 4 people is £62 in Devon. On the camping sites own website it was nearer £300.
#7
pibooba
Just had a look . Nothing for Aug as far as I could see but if your kids finish school earlier than some. July 19th for 4 nights for 4 people is £62 in Devon. On the camping sites own website it was nearer £300.


Remember to add service charges and passes - but still gonna be way less than £300
#8
pibooba
Just had a look . Nothing for Aug as far as I could see but if your kids finish school earlier than some. July 19th for 4 nights for 4 people is £62 in Devon. On the camping sites own website it was nearer £300.


You need to add on entertainment passes,service charges etc,will be alot more in total than £62,but still a good deal!!
#9
Be careful, me and the wife did one of the breaks last year, and we took my mother in law. Sounds great on the face of the deal, however we found to our cost it would have been cheaper booking into the B&B. You have to pay for Entertainment Passes on top of this, and this doesn't allow you entrance to any food areas unless you have these. The food, despite claiming promoting healthy eating is all fried low grade stuff, and for the price you pay really is expensive in comparison to going into a local pub and having something to eat there.

The accomodation was purely a sight for sore eyes, we stayed at the camp they have at Grange-over-Sands, and I have to say we actually came back home early on the face of it. We had a cracked sink that was leaking water, a broken lock on the bathroom door, soggy carpets and stains from where previous residents had decided to honk their guts up (probably based on the lousy food), plus there was other issues. Oh and the heating was sub zero to the point we almost froze to death at night. We did put in a complaint request for someone to come and look at the above, and to be honest the poor guy who was responsible for running around was rushed off his feet with work.

It could be just a bad campsite, I'd like to think that it was just unfortunate. I'm going to not vote neither way, however I've found the best measure of the campsite you plan to go to is to read the reviews on tripadvisor and see what others are saying.
#10
we got 5days in weymouth for £190 for 2 adults and 2 kids, brochure price is £484
#11
FTCom
Be careful, me and the wife did one of the breaks last year, and we took my mother in law. Sounds great on the face of the deal, however we found to our cost it would have been cheaper booking into the B&B. You have to pay for Entertainment Passes on top of this, and this doesn't allow you entrance to any food areas unless you have these. The food, despite claiming promoting healthy eating is all fried low grade stuff, and for the price you pay really is expensive in comparison to going into a local pub and having something to eat there.

The accomodation was purely a sight for sore eyes, we stayed at the camp they have at Grange-over-Sands, and I have to say we actually came back home early on the face of it. We had a cracked sink that was leaking water, a broken lock on the bathroom door, soggy carpets and stains from where previous residents had decided to honk their guts up (probably based on the lousy food), plus there was other issues. Oh and the heating was sub zero to the point we almost froze to death at night. We did put in a complaint request for someone to come and look at the above, and to be honest the poor guy who was responsible for running around was rushed off his feet with work.

It could be just a bad campsite, I'd like to think that it was just unfortunate. I'm going to not vote neither way, however I've found the best measure of the campsite you plan to go to is to read the reviews on tripadvisor and see what others are saying.


Unlucky! We had totally the opposite experience - myself, other half and 4 yr old daughter went to Haven Devon Cliffs this Easter for 5 days/4 nights at a total cost of £111 (including service charge/entertainment passes) and had a FAB time. Booking with Haven would've cost around the £300 mark. Yes, the food onsite was a little on the pricey side but isn't it everywhere in holiday-type places in the UK? Not really a problem to jump in the car and find a nice country pub to dine in (as expensive as eating on-site though to be fair). Onsite facilities were superb, indoor pool complex great and beach was lovely. Evening entertainment very cheesy but to be expected as aimed at the kids anyway really. Caravan was well equipped, clean and modern - could have done with central heating as like you say, caravan was very cold in the morning but had gas fire in living room so cranked that up first thing and we were soon nice and toasty. If you want a quick get-away with the family for a few days, I can highly recommend this place.
#12
Just back from Devon Cliffs, not sure if it was a Sun or Mail holiday. Wonderful caravan our £60 included entertainment passes but services were extra. Some one checked that we were happy with the cleaning (the van was like new). On Saturday we had a post card from them hoping we had a good stay and any problems to contact them. There is a large Tescos just up the road and Exmouth very close by. Got fish and chips one night from the local shop in the nearest village, even showed me how large a portion of chips so I could decide how many to have.
#13
FTCom;8549987
Be careful, me and the wife did one of the breaks last year, and we took my mother in law. Sounds great on the face of the deal, however we found to our cost it would have been cheaper booking into the B&B. You have to pay for Entertainment Passes on top of this, and this doesn't allow you entrance to any food areas unless you have these. The food, despite claiming promoting healthy eating is all fried low grade stuff, and for the price you pay really is expensive in comparison to going into a local pub and having something to eat there.

The accomodation was purely a sight for sore eyes, we stayed at the camp they have at Grange-over-Sands, and I have to say we actually came back home early on the face of it. We had a cracked sink that was leaking water, a broken lock on the bathroom door, soggy carpets and stains from where previous residents had decided to honk their guts up (probably based on the lousy food), plus there was other issues. Oh and the heating was sub zero to the point we almost froze to death at night. We did put in a complaint request for someone to come and look at the above, and to be honest the poor guy who was responsible for running around was rushed off his feet with work.

It could be just a bad campsite, I'd like to think that it was just unfortunate. I'm going to not vote neither way, however I've found the best measure of the campsite you plan to go to is to read the reviews on tripadvisor and see what others are saying.

That was unlucky - we've also stayed at the Grange-over-sands and it was all ok. Cruddy, like you get at any Haven park, but nothing particularly bad - our caravan was actually pretty good that time. Think it depends what your expectations are - aim VERY low and then you hopefully won't be disappointed!

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