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Stay Play Explore family short breaks from £135
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Posted 7th AugPosted 7th Aug
I booked a deal for my family to go away as plans to go abroad have been disrupted due to new quarantine rules and all those issues. I was impressed with what I got for my money, n… Read more
ssjinzo

If you got for 4 nights they provide you 5 attractions but of course you will be paying £360 still a good deal I say. Also most attractions have to be pre booked due to the current pandemic. But it does mean less que and won't be as busy. Also most hotel won't be running full services like sauna steam room even pools may be limited. So check before booking.

Tonivet

2 adults 2 children and 3 attractions to visit costs £135 for 1 night stay, extra nights go at £75 each

TylerDurdenUK

Is the price just for the hotel or also for the attractions

imranhussain

I highly recommend this trip. I have been many times. Great choice of attractions to choose from and the hotels are very good some with swimming pools. An amazing deal.

Tonivet

Forgot to say that they have dropped the prices due to the VAT cut and now can do longer breaks too for about £300 for a week's holiday for the whole family. Amazing deal

From Newcastle: Family of 4 All Inclusive Turkey 15-22 August just £306pp/£1224 Total @ Jet2
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15/08/2020Expires on 15/08/2020Posted 6th AugPosted 6th Aug
Please check before travelling whether your destination requires you to self-isolate when you arrive, or whether you will need to do so when you return to the UK. You can find f… Read more
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angusyoung

Always welcome (popcorn)

jobibear

Thanks for sharing. (highfive)

Mikeonfreeserve

Get on a plane? Are you insane? A giant flying incubator? No thanks.

angusyoung

Wouldn’t go to Turkey even if it was free never mind during a global pandemic.

sheffield788

Super hot, I was in Alanya before and it is a nice place.

From LGW: Last Min Family Holiday of 4 to Turkey 12-19 August £148.06pp / £592.24 @ Tui
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Posted 6th AugPosted 6th Aug
Please check before travelling whether your destination requires you to self-isolate when you arrive, or whether you will need to do so when you return to the UK. You can find ful… Read more
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Mani3d

Nothing coming up for the 12th. Sold out.

PlumCoture

Its just me and my partner going, we know the risks hence were staying in a our own private villa plus we'll avoid all hotspot

nkr

I’m so tempted

rainbowmedley

This is tempting, if Turkey becomes a blacklisted country and we have to isolate its fine, as both hubby and I work from home anyway and kids are home. BUT actual possible risk of covid from travelling etc puts me off

hugh3sy7

Assuming you’re attacking the person for being from the UK, yes, out history is very illustrious, thank you. And you’re welcome.

From Manchester: Family of 4 to Cyprus 19-26 August just £160.74pp / £643.76 @ Tui
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23/08/2020Expires on 23/08/2020Posted 6th AugPosted 6th Aug
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gillan1

there's nothing like a good rumor....... https://in-cyprus.philenews.com/hoteliers-relieved-over-uk-jet2s-resumption-of-flights-to-cyprus/

Eotris

If you have younger kids, they don't need a test according to our gov's foreign travel advice: Children under 12 years old do not require to be tested in order to travel to Cyprus.

rodman

Merry Me

ST3123

Cold, travelling outside the UK is so risky right now, even in the UK is bad enough with hotspots all over. Any country could get blacklisted if they have a surge in cases, then ppl end up at worst with Covid, at best without but stuck in isolation for weeks on return. Wouldn't travel this year if they paid me to...

gillan1

Go ahead! Book away!

Jet2 Holiday Leeds to Kefalonia - 2 Adults & 2 Kids - Self Catering - 17th August to 24th August - Transfers and Baggage included - £1032
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Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
Please check before travelling whether your destination requires you to self-isolate when you arrive, or whether you will need to do so when you return to the UK. You can find f… Read more
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kris1234

You do not have to fill in this form if you are: Arriving from Northern IrelandWorking in defined essential supply chain rolesA foreign diplomatA transit passenger who will not be leaving the port or airport Don't need to fill the form if you are transiting via Ireland. https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/travel_and_recreation/travel_and_covid19.html and from UK.gov There are a small number people who don’t have to complete the form because of their jobs. People on domestic flights and people arriving from Ireland, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands also don’t have to complete the form. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors

Copperface

There is. It's just electronic on the eBorders system where all details are cross checked.Physical checks can be implemented at any time. The Public Health Declaration Forms that you are asked to complete on entry to the Republic and required to complete on entry into the UK are shared within the CTA so pretty easy to get caught out. Probably one of those cases where falsifying official documents incur more of a penalty than actually breaching a Covid Reg re self isolation.

kris1234

Leaving Uk to Spain. Filling the form for spanish goverment. Arriving to Spain. No passport scan. Just showing page with picture. Leaving Spain. No form required for Irish gov because you are transiting at Dublin airport. Passport check ,just page with picture no scan.You don't leave the airport and don't have to self-isolate. Catching next flight to UK. Filling the form for UK homme office. You add Ireland as visiting country not Spain. Landing in UK . Using Arrivals from Ireland door. Enter UK with no passport control. Who knows you are back ? Homme office will see the form but won't touch as you have arrived from safe country Ireland.

kev1np

OK, ill wish you good luck and hope you have a great holiday. I hope you are correct for your sake as seeing you you are arriving back in the UK you still have to fill the travel form in no matter where you came from, and unless you lie, or the government changes the rules for Lanzarote you'll be in quarantine. I refer to my previous image in the paragraph just under my red circle! (lol)

kris1234

Lol . Quarantine does not apply for transiting passangers in Ireland. So dont have to self - isolate in Ireland. Transiting people don t need to fill the form before arrival to Ireland from other country. Arrivals to UK from Ireland are exempt from self - isolation. There is no border control in UK for arrivals from Ireland.

£10pp UK Holidays are back (Codes in Post) @ Breakfree Holidays
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28/08/2020Expires on 28/08/2020Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
Got the email this morning that they'd gone live for this year, seems like good availability, and may be a good option for those who want to keep local this year. CODES: Beach… Read more
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RuththeResearcher

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.

metalmissy74

Codes aren't working for me can anyone think why? (annoyed)

kit-cat

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)

GoFigure

(lol) (lol)

Rogermee

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.

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Lancashire Glamping Pod for 2 Adults & 2 Children Stanley Villa Farm - 1 night £31.20 / 2 nights £47.20 with code (new account) @ Groupon
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
Family getaway staying in a glamping pod at Stanley Villa farm Lancashire, gets excellent reviews. Based on 2 adults and 2 children works out at £31.20 for 1 night or 2 nights… Read more
Paul_Howard

We have just got back from having a weekend away here. Was really good. Kids loved it

Andrew_Millard

Not going anywhere until there is a cure for Covid-19!

rourkey3

My thoughts exactly, I think it was his responsibility to check availability before messing people around. I would have just give him credit voucher.

David_Adlington

Thanks, was looking for something exactly like this. It's very much camping but with a wooden roof. Happy with that.

serenag

We have been here and had a great time, going back at end of August

Aug + Sep Legoland Tickets for 2 Adults & 2 Children + 1 Night Hotel (4* Holiday Inn + more) with breakfast from £110 @ Budget Family Breaks
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Refreshed 29th JulRefreshed 29th Jul
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New dates added for August and September. Prices from £110 (2A/2C) in September and £141 (2A/2C) in August including Legoland tickets and hotel stay with breakfast. See post for dates.
August and September (July sold out) family getaway to Legoland Windsor resort and nearby overnight accommodation in Holiday Inn Reading / Farnborough with breakfast (other hotel o… Read more
Chikikiki

Yes!, <3

caziking

Can anyone help ? Trying to book to go 17-19 August (but want to go to the park on 18 August as it’s my son’s birthday!) only bringing up option for park on 17th and tried to call but on hold for 5/10 minutes then it hangs up!!!

goldust

It's not clear at all which day you go to the park... do you go on the day you check in or the day you check out? There's no option to book your part tickets up until the checkout stage.

muneeb84

Do they have an option for 2 days legoland tickets?

Cruzey

Hmm

Various UK Locations: Up to 7-Night Entertainment Break for Up to 6 People at Pontins Family Holiday Parks from £89 at groupon
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
What You GetIncluded in all options: Self-catering stay for up to six in a two-bedroom standard upper floor apartment £89 for 3 nights, Fri-Mon £99 for 4 nights, Mon-Fri £159 … Read more
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Magurdrac

That's why people go, though. It's like building a school in the Third World, only you don't have to fundraise for the flights.

stickyricky

No live entertainment or swimming pool available on top of all the bad reviews on here (poo)

daze24

pretty sure you can just book this direct if you want to instead of getting a stupid voucher from groupon, also fairly sure that it looks retro as

ProperBrew

Once won a free weekend at Pontins was about 5 years ago now. Never have had such an utterly horrendous night away in my life (and I was kidnapped in Italy a few years later) Would never go back for free let alone pay for it. How any of them are still open I don’t know. Never heard of anyone actually having a good time.

EstorilBlue

Pontins should be shut down. Left after the first night at Burnham on Sea. The room smelt, was damp (floor was covered in moisture upon waking up, absolutely soaking any of our items that happened to be on the floor), bed mattress was stained, dirty kitchen facilities, dirty bath, soiled toilet etc. We were offered another room before we left after eventually finding the manager, but the replacement room was just as bad and smaller, not allowing for us to keep our young child in the travel cot in the same bedroom as us. We declined that room and Pontins told us to put all complaints and requests for refunds in a letter (like its the year 1820!). Needless to say we never got a refund, Pontins stated that because we declined an alternative room we aren’t entitled to a refund. Again, that room was not suitable for our family needs so somehow thats our fault?!? You name the problem and it had it. That site should be condemned. They've done countless tv programmes about it, there are hundreds of poor reviews and if you dont listen to the advice given, then more fool you. Butlins is 1,000,000,000,000 x better.

Haven holidays from £65 for 4 nights in October
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Haven holidays packages half priced 4 nights in self contained accomodation in October for family of 6 for £65. Locations all over the UK Bare in mind some activities have been r… Read more
sijovazni

Any friends and family codes? Thanks in advance

gemmajwhite9

Hi can I ask which park and what dates please? Can only find them around 500. Thanks

chrismac26

I done the same, but I've just cancelled as they want to charge for passes that was included when you originally book. Clawing back money!

jk88

I wonder if the Sun will run the £9.50 hols promo again this year? Tempted to book a caravan for a few nights during the October school hols

soofs

Ahh Haven. I used to work for them as the only tester for their caravan management system and then I worked on testing their current new website. Those were the days

Chessington Resort April Hotel Stay + Breakfast + 2 Day Theme Park Tickets from £41pp (£162 total) 2 adults / 2 children @ Chessington
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Posted 9th MarPosted 9th Mar
Chessington Resort April Hotel Stay + Breakfast + 2 Day Theme Park Tickets from £41pp (£162 total) 2 adults / 2 children @ Chessington
April getaway to Chessington with an overnight stay at the on site resort hotel with breakfast, plus 2 day theme park tickets giving access to Chessington theme Park, Zoo & SEA… Read more
MonkeyH

That's a shame you had that experience. I've not had one the last year, but didn't really experience anything like that. We did always take our own food, so never had that specific issue. 😔

Mentos

That was the plan. We had them a few times several years ago when my in-laws and wifes friends were starting to visit after we got married. Didn't work out much more expensive then paying for the sights and we got to use them for the rest of the year. Eventually everyone had seen all the Merlin sights, so we didn't get them anymore. It was only 2 years ago when my daughter turned 3 we got them again, thinking she could enjoy the rides/etc at that age. I work for myself, my wife works part time and we don't live far from the parks so we went off peak. It was a massive disappointment. After several visits to Legoland we gave up. Most days it was rammed. On the days you got lucky and it was quiet they shut lots of things down. Meaning despite being significantly less people there were still long queues for F&B and the few decent rides that were open. Chessington was a bit better, but still a disappointment. Again they only opened everything and fully staffed when the park was full. Off-peak times lots of things were closed and they were short of staff. It took an hour to get bloody doughnuts for example. Only a couple of outlets were open. The staff broke one of the machines after queuing and sent everyone to the other shack. Can't comment on Thorpe park as not much for her age group there. The London attractions were ok, but have limited repeat value. Sea Life was probably the best in that respect as it provides some quiet time during a day out in London. I appreciate what you're saying and I would have agreed with you in the past as we made good use of the passes off peak. But after our experience 2 years ago it was a waste of time and money. The off-peak days there simply wasn't enough to make it worthwhile and you still ended up queuing :/ Peak we actually just walked out of Lego land after realising it would take 2 hours to even get a bite to eat. I said to my wife we'd have been better off forming an orderly queue in our garden for a few hours and setting fire to the money. At least we would have avoided the traffic home.

MonkeyH

If you have the pass you can just keep going back. Doesn't matter if you only do a few things each visit. Just chill and have fun. I love the passes for that. Removes all the stresses and disappointments.

telf

(lol) (lol)

robot1000

Shops and work are a necessity.

31st March 7 nights in Tenerife Playa Olid ALL INCLUSIVE for a family of 4 with TUI Easter holidays for Sheffield maybe other cities £810
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31st March 7 nights in Tenerife Playa Olid ALL INCLUSIVE for a family of 4 with TUI Easter holidays for Sheffield maybe other cities £810
Yes I know its Tenerife 😷😷but this is an absolute bargain and is the Easter holidays for Sheffield. For 2 adults and 2 children up to the age of 17. Includes very g… Read more
melanie_123

what a shame the price has doubled now

AgentDaleCooper

I bet none of the royal family get it.

AgentDaleCooper

(skeptical)

pc2258

Guaranteed 2 weeks working from home when you get back.. whats not to like!

gemniz

Less than 0.01% of the UK population, though this is assuming the current figure of 50 infected in the UK is correct. If there are more, even if they're asymptomatic or only had a mild illness, it will escalate more quickly. Doesn't matter though, travelling by plane seems to be one of the easiest ways to get CV, and I think travel will be restricted by then, along with all large gatherings etc. Even dopey boris is saying that if you look past the waffle.

Butlins stay 30th march - 3rd April £128 for 4 bedroom apartment
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Butlins stay 30th march - 3rd April £128 for 4 bedroom apartment
I know this isn't going to be everyone's deal but if you live in Sheffield or maybe somewhere else Easter break starts a week earlier, to take advantage of this you can stay at But… Read more
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AMO

In case it helps someone that likes to get there the night before or possibly stay longer on the last night and get a cheap Premier Inn close by! (highfive)

gavin_rodgers

My son was terribly bitten by bed bugs in minehead last summer , customer service was horrendous I wish we had read the reviews

snatch_master

I paid about £750 to stay in the seaside apartments last Aug for 3 days at Skeggy. First and last time, wow, just wow I've never seen anything like it. I'll stick to Center Parcs. Food was great though at the buffet place.

ShootistUK

Stayed at Butlin's Minehead Silver Jubilee Week in '77 and spent a week in bed with the worst diarrhoea ever - the joys of Butlins in those days lol

shalton

We were dumb and 17/18.

Two night Lake District stay with breakfast, cream tea, dinner & wine for two at the Patterdale Hotel for £119 @ Travel Zoo
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Two night Lake District stay with breakfast, cream tea, dinner & wine for two at the Patterdale Hotel for £119 @ Travel Zoo
This seems a great deal to me, as you get two nights in a Patterdale room (without the views, sadly) with full Cumbrian breakfast included each morning, cream tea on one of the day… Read more
DaveyBoy74

Still dates available I booked 14-15 April

rhythmandsoul

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lucas

Lol you’re taking being offended to a whole new level

RanaTahir11

That paper is there for a reason - it's a promo shot. Might as well just said "no europeans" in the ad. So sadly, as much as I'd like to go, it's all yours.

lucas

Well it’s 12 degrees right now in February so doubt it

Easter Holidays 3rd April to 19th April - Premier Inn Family rooms for under £35 per night - Full list of locations (see post)
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Easter Holidays 3rd April to 19th April - Premier Inn Family rooms for under £35 per night - Full list of locations (see post)
If you are planning a getaway during the Easter school holidays for dates in the period 3rd to 19th April, the Premier Inn have a number of rooms for £35 or less per night, which i… Read more
callmeleroy

Thanks you’ve really gone all Inn with this list

Sophia_Jay

Click 'get deal'

Katrina_Massey

Great deal

Rao12

Thanks

scnickr

Massive thanks OP. Booked for Wembley - going to see Disney on Ice in April. Cheaper than what we were originally looking at plus getting brekkie for £19 (which is a rip off but total price is still cheaper than other hotels!).

Center parcs - Park De Haan in Belgium - August bank holiday week £28pppn / £1324 total
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Posted 4th FebPosted 4th Feb
After lots of searching it looks like Park De Haan in Belgium which is currently under renovation will be re-opening May 2020 (hopefully will be all new and shiny). A comfort co… Read more
afroylnt

agree

JGav

Not that I disagree but we live in a world with set school holidays. Going on holiday with 3 kids in school holidays is just so expensive!

hokers

We've been here several times in the last few years in its current Sunparcs form. The big attraction is that it's so close to the beach which is absolutely beautiful. Walking distance comfortably. Miles of sand dunes. Also it's a relatively short drive from the Eurotunnel. Will be looking to go again no doubt. Lodges are often in their own little gardens which is great in nice weather. De Haan itself is certainly not a nightlife place, but good for families. Bruges isn't far and is worth a day trip.

chalkieboy

Still too much! If everyone took their kids out for one week in term time and went to centre parcs instead it might change things in this country.

JGav

Very strange that it's not there to choose, it definitely was before. The deal of booking late August in Europe as compared to UK parks doesn't really change. The UK Centre Parcs are extortionate especially over the August bank holiday.

Disneyland Paris - family of four (2A,2C) for Easter Holidays - Disneyland Hotel £1903.08 / Sequoia Lodge £1972 booked via French site
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Disneyland Paris - family of four (2A,2C) for Easter Holidays - Disneyland Hotel £1903.08 / Sequoia Lodge £1972 booked via French site
EDIT: A mod seems to have updated the title to specific dates/prices. To be clear, this deal isn't about the particular dates / particular prices listed in the title, more the proc… Read more
Kitkatandlu

I booked direct with them last year and again this year. The main difference for me is able to add the character breakfast in advance at a reduce rate. This way we get to see and take pictures with the Disney characters without potentially spending hours queuing up and spend more time on rides. Also going via Eurostar you get the Disney Luggage express Service too (which is extra when booked separately)

sweetazanutjutt_.

Cold as ice for this deal

CrCrCr

Has anyone previously used ebookers/Expedia for DLP packages and would like to share their experiences? They offer rooms with park tickets & food options at lower rates comparable to DLP direct. Just wondering if I'm missing something. :{

trakker1

I’m looking to go around these dates from Manchester. I’m looking at flying and would love to stay at the Disney Hotel. I’m tempted for sure just worried about the lack of free dining plan and buying on the French site, although as someone has already said they have done it before I’m happy with that

williamh1

I beg to differ. Paris has 2 Disney parks, Orlando has 4 Disney theme parks, 2 water parks and a huge shopping and dining area at Disney Springs and covers an area the size of Greater Manchester.

Centre Parcs Les Bois - Francs (France) 25th - 29th May for 4 people £286.77
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Centre Parcs Les Bois - Francs (France) 25th - 29th May for 4 people £286.77
With the recent Eurocamp deals getting heat recently, I thought I'd check the prices of continental Centre Parcs and I was amazed at what the prices were for our May half term (24-… Read more
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morpheus

Just done mate, see link above.

morpheus

Just posted it: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/disneyland-paris-booked-via-french-site-3396682 Hope it helps :)

forever_mse9226

Hi. Are you able to post the link for the site you priced Euro Disney for please. I've never been so thinking of taking the kids and geting £2.8k+ quotes from mini breaks site. Stupid question as I really dont know..... What transport links are needed to get you from UK all the way to the gates of Euro Disney? Thanks

bargainbill

If you don't count the cost of depreciation/repairs as you would have owned the car anyway then maybe, otherwise using some very realistic numbers Fuel @£1.25/l and 40mpg = 14.18p/mile VED @ average £140 and 7600m/annum = 1.8p/mile Insurance@ average £500 and 7600m/annum = 6.57p/mile Annual service and MOT £250 = 3.3p/mile Tyres assuming 30k change interval and £300 = 1p/mile TOTAL = 26.85p/mile So you have a reserve of 18.15p/mile for depreciation and repairs. Based on 7600 miles a year which is the average that's £1379.4. Very good luck with that.

m4tt3

If you book through French site the prices are even lower

May Half Term 23/5 to 30/5 - 7 nights France Vendee inc. Holiday home + P&O Ferry return = £78pp (£312 total) based on 2A/2C @ Eurocamp
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May Half Term 23/5 to 30/5 - 7 nights France Vendee inc. Holiday home + P&O Ferry return = £78pp (£312 total) based on 2A/2C @ Eurocamp
If you are looking for a May half term getaway with the family, 7 nights Vendee for 23rd to 30th May based on 2 adults and 2 children, including Holiday Home at well reviewed Bel C… Read more
KellyBylett

We went to La Rive in May half term a few years ago. Was glorious!!

memolii

anybody tried South France camps end of May week, how is the weather like? Some parks have heated pools any idea what the temp are they?

KellyBylett

You can also use Tesco Clubcard points with Al Fresco Holidays. They're the sister company to Eurocamp, and all the major campsites are available. We to the Vendée last year, taking the Ferry from Newhaven to Dieppe, and then driving the 6 hours to the Vendée. Yes, was a long way - but we made it part of the holiday!

hopper84

Oh and op you may want to update to say there's 4% available at topcashback

hopper84

Did the dover-calais crossing with ferries at 7:25am 23rd and approx 10pm 30th .... £302 for 2a + 4c. Very happy and just booked, what's the catch? Thanks op heat added.

Annual adult pass to Ventura Wildlife Park for £25 @ travelzoo
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Annual adult pass to Ventura Wildlife Park for £25 @ travelzoo
An annual pass for one adult to Ventura Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire -- home to 58 different species of exotic animals -- for £25, saving £17 on the usual price. What's Includ… Read more
AMO

If anyone's looking to stay over at a nearby Premier Inn! (highfive)

sisqoboy

(party) (excited)

Dan_82

Me in your face (party)

sisqoboy

Exactly like me on a Friday afternoon.... (lol)

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