If you have a look on Hoseasons they do the same holidays but not the £10/£15 offers as alot of the holidays are Parkdean resorts (they are same prices on the Parkdean website). Scotland seems to be one of the cheapest places. I ended up booking next week for 4 nights in Sundrum Castle (a Parkdean site) in Scotland for £269 - in what looks like a nice caravan. I know it's not cheap and they have a cheek because there will be no entertainment but for a caravan in the UK, in the school holidays it is relatively cheap. We just wanted a change of scenery and a caravan is a perfect place because it's easy to social distance from other holiday makers. On the website they say you can get a refund if the holiday can't go ahead if there is another lockdown and you have to arrive an hour later than usual so the caravan has time to air as well as for more deep cleaning. We will take our own pillows and have a clean around ourselves when we get there. We wouldn't be going away if we could have days out instead but we will go insane if we don't do something during the school holidays.
Codes aren't working for me can anyone think why? (annoyed)
Who pays 350 for two nights anywhere on a caravan site. Would be a lot cheaper if you bought a tent, but not for September... for December (horror)
I reckon 70 percent of holidays I have taken in the UK have been dogged by bad weather, there are some lovely places around the country and if you get good weather and do not mind paying through the nose when out for food and drink you can have a good time. On the other hand, if you have dreary windy rainy weather then it does tend to spoil it a little would you not agree, it is not so bad walking about in the rain and drizzle if it has not cost you a lot, on the other hand if you have spent several hundred pounds it could be a little annoying. Going abroad does in the main mean cheaper food and drink and usually sunny weather, it is however a bit risky in these volatile times, hence people are opting to stay at home and greedy people are trying to cash in on this situation by over inflating prices.