Articles tagged with: self-catering-holidays
With VisitEngland, the national tourist board, and the Forestry Commission’s new campaign to promote summer holidays in and around England’s woods and forests, there’s no better time to get out and enjoy the Great Outdoors.
Looking for a unique holiday rental in the UK with plenty of character? We pick out our favourites for the summer:
Budget-conscious families will find their money stretches further in Spain this summer, according to the Post Office Travel Money’s Self Catering on a Shoestring report.
Wallace & Gromit are starring in a new domestic marketing campaign, designed to inspire Britons to take a holiday at home this year.
Sardinian Places is offering seven nights at three-bedroom villa, Casa delle Palme in Alghero from £379 per person, saving £206pp from brochure price.
It was announced this week that a panda-themed hotel is to open in China's Sichuan province in May – complete with giant panda suit-wearing staff! In honour of this, we’ve picked out some of the other weird and wacky animal-themed hotels around the world.
Today marks the start of Climate Week, so in celebration we’ve picked out our top green holiday ideas for eco-enthusiasts:
A 200-year-old Martello tower, located on a remote stretch of coastline, is newly available for holiday lets this summer with Suffolk Secrets.
VisitEngland, the national tourist board, and the holiday rental agency cottages4youn have today announced a partnership to promote self-catering holidays in England in 2013.
The Pyrénées Atlantiques department of southwest France is a land of contrasts. With sandy beaches, rugged mountains, miles of picturesque countryside and quaint, historic towns galore – this is the region for holidaymakers with variety on their minds.
A brand new 20-part series called Holiday Home Sweet Home launches on ITV this Saturday October 27th.
Who says treehouses are just for kids? Why not ‘branch out’ on your next holiday and experience staying in a treehouse – the ideal way to enjoy your surroundings.
Esme Fox tries out one of the alternatives to a hotel in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games – a self-catering apartment.
Although many British holidaymakers are having to make financial sacrifices this year, they can still enjoy a luxury holiday for less if they stay in an Indian homestay, according to Mahindra Homestays.
Skegness is set to experience a staycation 'renaissance' in 2012, according to the Holiday Letting Index – which tipped the British town to be one of the most popular holiday letting destinations of the decade.
A four-day weekend is an exceptional excuse for a romantic getaway, and at Glendurgan Gardens (near Falmouth) you can lose yourselves (or each other) in the 176-year-old cherry laurel maze.
Frances Leate gets close to nature in the Lake District in a gypsy caravan.
West End home rentals are in more demand than those in the East during the London 2012 Games, according to ViveUnique.
A quirky accommodation option is launching on the Thames for the Jubilee – to save holidaymakers from the 54 per cent price hike set by hotels.
New luxury holiday apartments on Park Lane in London, which boast a 'contemporary British' theme, have opened to the public following a recent redesign.
Those looking for quiet, good value accommodation during the Monaco Grand Prix (May 24th-27th) can snap up the last few apartments in Pierre & Vacances Residence Heliotel Marine in Saint-Laurent Du Var.
Europe’s biggest football championship will kick off in Poland and Ukraine on June 8th.
Made out of lava and supplied by solar energy, Casa Bianca, on the island of Lanzarote, boasts volcanic landscapes as well as vineyards for views.
The ‘Holidays at Home are GREAT‘ scheme launched at the London Eye today.
If you’ve managed to get tickets to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the next hurdle is finding somewhere to stay near the Olympic venues.