Park Holidays slashes September weekend breaks which now start from just £7 each per night

Park Holidays slashes September weekend breaks which now start from just £7 each per night

09/02/2021

FAMILIES wanting a last-minute UK break are in luck, with Park Holidays slashing the cost to as little as £7 each, per night.

The holiday parks have deals on all of their three-day breaks, so you won't have to book too much annual leave either.

If you click on a link in this story we will earn affiliate revenue.

The biggest bargain is to Essex, costing just £139 for the three night breaks, based on a family of six.

This works out to just £7 each, per night – making it one of the cheapest holiday options.

For the biggest saving, a long weekend in Suffolk has up to £431 off, while Devon breaks have £396 off per stay.

All of the breaks are affordable, and are all less than £200 for the three days with other destinations including Cornwall, Sussex and Kent.

Here are the best deals you can take advantage of right now:

  • Three-night breaks in Essex – from £139 (saving up to £191)
  • Three-night breaks in Kent – from £139 (saving up to £351)
  • Three-night breaks in Devon – from £159 (saving up to £396)
  • Three-night breaks in Suffolk – from £171 (saving up to £431)
  • Three-night breaks in Cornwall – from £198(saving up to £387)
  • Three-night breaks in Sussex – from £199 (saving up to £387)

More Brits than ever have been going on holiday in the UK this year, due to the travel restrictions and rule changes on trips abroad.

A recent study found that more than half of Brits said they were not going on holiday this year due to the confusing restrictions.

Cornwall reported a surge in visitors, with Visit Cornwall predicting 210,000 tourists this summer, compared to the usual 180,000.

And according to Which? the demand has been reflected by the price – research found that the cost of private holiday accommodation in the UK has surged 41 per cent since 2019 pre-Covid, working out to an average £300 extra per week.

This means that a UK break typically costs hundreds more than a trip to an equivalent European getaway, even with flights being included.

Some of the most shocking prices differences include a seven night holiday in Lake Garda in Italy in August which came in at just £632 – while a similar seven nights in the UK at Lake Windermere cost a whopping £2,381.

Similarly, seven nights in Nice at a highly rated hotel would set holidaymakers back £679 – the same in Brighton costs £1,088.

We've rounded up some other staycation options you can book right now, which won't break the bank.

This article and featured products have been independently chosen by Sun journalists. It contains links which are ads, and if you click a link and buy a product we will earn revenue.

    Source: Read Full Article