Haven, the popular holiday park company, has unveiled a host of fantastic deals for those booking a trip away this month.
We Brits love a break whether it’s abroad or right here in Blighty – seaside staycations and countryside escapes can be fun for all the family and help you to relax. The latest cheap deals include breaks in the Easter holidays for under £300 and summer breaks starting from £279.
Bargain hunters could even bag a short break with prices beginning at just £10.60 per person, per night. While lots of holiday parks in the UK close up for the colder months and so aren’t available over the Easter half term, Haven isn’t one of them, reports DevonLive.
Families could snap up four nights at Seaview in Dorset for £239 or £10.60 per person, per night with six guests sharing a Saver caravan. You’re bound to find something fun to do among the many activities on offer or make dinner together in the kitchenette and then spend the night playing boardgames and bonding somewhere new.
On April, 8, the short stay is on sale for a great price over Easter break and the site is close to the Great British seaside town of Weymouth. Other fantastic value Easter breaks include four nights at Hopton in Norfolk for £259, four nights at Golden Sands in Lincolnshire for £259 or even seven nights at Kent Coast in Rochester from £375.
Haven, which has 38 parks across the UK, offers swimming pools at every location, activities for all ages and a wide range of eateries, bars and takeaways it’s even opening its first-ever Wetherspoon pub this year. Family holidays during school breaks can often be outrageously expensive so it’s handy to know that there are cheaper options out there.
Cheap breaks at Haven sites this summer:
- Four nights at The Orchards, Essex for £79 on June, 7
- Four nights at Church Farm, Sussex for £109 on July, 1
- Four nights at Kent Coast, Kent for £119 on June, 28
- Four nights at Golden Sands, Lincolnshire for £129 on June, 3
- Four nights at The Wild Duck, Norfolk for £135 on July, 8
Brits who fancy something a touch more expensive but still don’t want to break the bank can find great deals over the channel in mainland Europe.
Consumer champion Which? revealed that families can save a fortune on the holidays if they book a trip to Center Parcs Europe instead. It compared the cost of a four-night stay for a family of four at 16 Center Parcs sites to find the figures.
On average it was found that the UK stays outstripped their European counterparts by hundreds of pounds. The English stay came in at £1,274 on average, compared to £833 in France, and £701 in Belgium – that’s a £573 saving between most and least expensive.