AWAY Resorts is offering up to 10 per cent off all holidays in 2022, from half-term short breaks to summer getaways.
Staycations have been a popular holiday choice with Brits since the pandemic, and it looks like they’ll be in demand this year too.
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The holiday park company has breaks from £121 per stay, and holidaymakers can get up to 10 per cent off with promo code “SFENBG“.
Here are some of the best deals we’ve found:
- February Half term breaks from £121 per stay – book here
- Easter breaks from £121 per stay – book here
- May Bank Holiday breaks from £383 per stay – book here
- Early Summer breaks from £194 per stay – book here
Away Resorts has nine holiday parks in the UK, including Essex, the Isle of Wight, Hayling Island, Cornwall, North Wales, the New Forest and Lincolnshire.
All the locations offer beaches onsite or nearby so families can enjoy the outdoors no matter which resort they pick.
The majority of the parks have facilities including on-site restaurants and bars, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Events, entertainment and activities are also available at most sites.
Families can also opt for a range of accommodation types depending on their budget, ranging from the classic caravan to luxury lodges.
They recently opened their exclusive luxury caravan accommodation – which includes Instagram-friendly interiors while some have hot tubs and barbeques.
If your arrival date is more than 8 weeks away, you only need to pay a 10 per cent deposit to secure your holiday today.
Pet friendly units are also available for an extra charge, the fees are from £35 per short break (5 nights and under) and £55 for breaks over 6 nights.
Plus, “Any Day Arrivals” are available all year – even during peak season – meaning holidaymakers have the option to arrive and depart on any day they wish.
The parks still uphold all of the additional cleaning measures due to Covid-19 and also ensure spaces are well ventilated.
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