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UK Easter Breaks 2014

Green Bay Beach in Cornwall, England

The UK includes a number of destinations where you can enjoy Easter breaks including breaks to the countryside, city breaks, rural retreats and scenic destinations. Spring time in the UK offers a good opportunity to enjoy a holiday with longer days, more daylight and warmer weather; there are a range of options available. The Easter holidays are a popular time for individuals and families to enjoy an Easter break in the UK, making it one of the busiest holiday times of the year. In 2014 the Easter bank holidays are on Friday 18th April (Good Friday) and Monday 21st April (Easter Monday), after the trials and tribulations of a long winter, have an Easter to remember this year & check out a range of great deals and offers at: For a full range of great value Easter Offers & Late Deals in the UK see: Easter Breaks & Offers more...

UK Christmas & New Year Breaks | Holiday Offers

Christmas Dining Table

The UK has plenty to offer visitors and residents of the UK during the festive holiday season. Harsh economic times and increases in fuel prices mean spending the festive period in the UK has plenty of advantages. People living in the UK can save time travelling during the festive holidays and look for cost savings compared to an overseas trip. Visitors to the UK can see the full splendor of the UK during the festive period where there is plenty to see, do and experience across the UK.

Visitors can enjoy breaks across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland offering a range of breaks to suit a range of tastes and budgets. Enjoy a city break in London, Edinburgh and Cardiff with hotel stays and dining packages included and join in the festivities, or stay by the coast in Blackpool and Bournemouth. Stay in Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands for an inspiring break enjoying the natural scenic beauty of Cairngorms National Park in Scotland.

There are plenty of options available, each of which offers its own unique, memorable experience. Find useful travel tips and other considerations to help your break go smoothly. We have outlined some interesting breaks ranging from 1 night breaks to 4 night breaks you may wish to consider during the festive period. For more information please see: UK Christmas & New Year Offers more...

UK Easter Breaks & Ideas

Traditionally decorated Easter Eggs

The Easter holidays offer a great opportunity to enjoy a break after the long winter period. The UK has plenty of destinations where you can enjoy an Easter getaway including breaks to the countryside, city breaks, rural retreats and scenic destinations. Spring time in the UK offers a good opportunity to enjoy a holiday with the days and daylight getting longer and warmer weather, there are a range of options available.

The Easter holidays are traditionally one of the preferred times of the year when individuals and families enjoy a holiday in the UK and abroad making it one of the busiest times of the year for tourists.

Easter Break Ideas

London Easter Offers

Easter is a great time to visit London, with plenty to see and do in the historic city. London is packed full of history, sights and attractions offering something for everyone. There are London breaks for:
• West End Theatre

• London Attractions – including London Eye, Thames River Cruises, City Bus Tours, Kensington Palace, Kew Gardens and much more.

• London Hotels – including a range of accommodation from budget 2 star to 3 star family hotels to boutique hotels to luxury 5 star accommodation.

• London Rail Breaks – offering savings on 2 night breaks.

Attraction Breaks

There are some great offers on UK attractions, breaks to theme parks and attractions offer a great way to enjoy a short break over Easter for the whole family. There are breaks to top UK Theme Parks including Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Chessington and Drayton Manor. There are breaks to:
• historic castles including Windsor Castle and Warwick Castle and royal palaces including Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace.

• There are breaks to the best known attractions in the UK including the London Eye, Kew Gardens, Madam Tussauds and London Zoo.

• There are breaks to the beach with trips to Great Yarmouth and Blackpool Pleasure Beach.

For a full range of great Easter Offers & Promotions offering breaks in the UK see:
Easter Breaks & Offers for more information.

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UK Valentine Breaks & Late Deals

Valentine's Day Hearts & Tulips

Valentine's Day offers the chance to enjoy some romantic time with your loved one. A valentine's break offers the chance to get away from it all, to enjoy each others company and spend quality time together away from the stresses and rigours of everyday life. There are a number of destinations and venues in the UK to choose from, whether you are looking for a romantic hotel stay, a short city break, enjoying a trip on the Orient Express or the Theatre.

Whether you are on a budget or looking for a more luxurious break you can find something that suits your requirements. The UK with its scenic countryside, historic towns and cities, arts and culture has plenty to offer.

For those looking to enjoy a Valentine break there are a number of options to consider. Whilst there are plenty of options to enjoy the special day abroad, the UK has much to offer. In the midst of challenging economic times and increased fuel prices spending a romantic break in the UK is an attractive option.

Finding valentine breaks does not have to be costly, check out the great value offers and late deals outlined at: UK Valentine Breaks & Offers more...

UK Christmas & New Year Breaks

Christmas Travel at Airport

In recent years with the increasing popularity of cheap flights and the availability of short breaks to ever more destinations, it has become de rigueur for many in the UK to spend Christmas & New Year Overseas. While this can offer holiday makers a great way to spend Christmas and see in the New Year, there are also plenty of breaks in the UK worth considering.

Harsher economic times and increases in fuel prices mean spending the festive period in the UK has plenty of advantages. People living in the UK can save time travelling during the festive holidays and look for cost savings compared to an overseas trip. Visitors to the UK can see the full splendour of the UK during the festive period where there is plenty to see, do and experience. Hotel based breaks in the UK offer the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing break, taking in the seasonal festivities and exploring different areas and regions in the UK. City based hotel breaks are popular among visitors keen to explore city attractions along with shopping trips including the popular boxing day and new year sales.

We have outlined a number of interesting Christmas & New Year breaks across the UK, you may wish to consider during the festive period. The featured breaks are located in England, Scotland and Wales and cater for a range of budgets from budget 2 star to luxurious 5 star breaks. For more information please see: Christmas & New Year Breaks

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September Travel

Valley Gardens Park, Harrogate

Travelling in September can be a good time to explore the UK, the peak summer holiday period has just passed and the weather is still quite mild and there is daylight well in to the evenings. The UK is a scenic place in September, at the beginning of the month it can be quite mild with temperatures similar to those in August, particularly in years when the UK enjoys an Indian summer. Towards the end of September the temperature cools a few degrees but is still pleasant for travelling.

For travellers there are a number of advantages to travelling outside of the peak school and summer holiday season in August. There is are fewer crowds and less demand for hotel rooms, holiday bookings and entertainment venues. Travellers can find more competitive rates for hotels, transport and entertainment along with more flexibility on the dates bookings are available.

For those with children is it not always possible to travel away from the peak holiday seasons however with some planning and research, it is possible to enjoy a short weekend break in the UK in September at less cost than in August. There are a range of family attractions such as theme parks where packages that include overnight accommodation and park entrance at cheaper in September than is the case in August.

The UK is a destination that offers something for everyone from beaches, to city breaks to entertainment, theatre and history there is plenty to see, explore and enjoy. September offers one of the best times of year to see the best of the UK, for a range of the latest events please see: UK Events more...
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