With so many incredible destinations up and down the UK, there is certainly no shortage of great UK Breaks Deals to be had. However, booking the perfect getaway is not as easy as it might first seem. There are so many things to consider including the best times for weather, for bargains, to coincide with (or avoid) school holidays and much more. Therefore we have put together this small guide to help get you on the right track…
When considering your next UK Breaks Deal, it is important to discuss that one thing all of us Brits love talking about: the weather. For most trips away, we would probably advise avoiding the colder, darker, wetter months of December, January and February. There is much more to do on city breaks when the weather permits you to do all the activities that a place has on offer, rather than keeping you indoors. Of course, if you are planning a Christmas UK break then you will just have to hope for the best!
Getaway With The Kids
With all types of holidays, to score the best deals you usually either need to book far in advance or right before the time. If you are planning a UK getaway with the kids then getting the half-term, Christmas and Easter holiday dates as soon as you can will serve you very well. Booking in advance is the best way to go to get the best deals. Even if you don’t have kids, finding out when the school holidays are is still a great idea. These can be the most expensive times for booking holidays, so avoid them if you have the luxury!
If you are looking for a festive getaway, cities and towns up and down the UK are putting an increasing amount of effort into their Christmas markets and festive activities. Chances are you are only a short train or car journey from a fabulous getaway where you can either spend an afternoon or a few nights soaking up the jolly atmosphere. Deals for these festive trips are constantly being put out there so keep an eye out!
Bank Holiday Breaks
Bank holiday UK Breaks are also beginning to see a resurgence in recent years as many re-discover the preciousness of an extra-long weekend. Most travel and accommodation owners know this and often release a number of fantastic deals for bank holiday getaways. This is another type of break where you will want to get the calendar out and start targeting dates for the coming months or year.