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Daily Mail Holidays from £15pp – Every Question Answered

July 2019: Everything you need to know about our latest Daily Mail holiday promotion from 15pp. All questions you have are answered in our guide below: How to book You must collect 3 out of 4 passwords from the Daily Mail newspapers Monday 15th July – Thursday 18th July (Booking opens on the 17th) If… Read more »

  • Get them while they’re hot! UK Holiday parks from £15pp*

    We’ve been taking bookings since the weekend and we’ve had an amazing response to our Daily Mail offer. Spots are getting snapped up quickly, here are some great UK holiday park breaks still available: Haven Perran Sands: 4 nights midweek Easter break, 2nd April – from 15pp* Located in Perranporth, near Newquay, this is a… Read more »


    If you are looking for a great deal on mobile home holidays to France, this is the offer to end all others – we have breaks in 18 regions from only 20 per person – with ferries included. Our incredible money-saving deals, which feature more than 80 of the very best French holiday parks, are… Read more »

  • UK caravan holiday only £15pp: outstanding New Year value!

    With our new Daily Mail promotion we are setting 2012 off with a bang: our UK caravan holidays at 140 of the very best coastal destinations start from only 15 per person. In our biggest ever offer we have included spring and summer dates at holiday parks across England, Wales and Scotland so families can… Read more »

  • Embrace Europe with these holiday deals to France

    Politically the UK is keeping its distance from Europe but British families don’t have to do the same – now is a great time to book with a summer holiday deal to. With these stays from BreakFree Holidays you’ll get a great European bargain – not a phrase most of us expect to hear in… Read more »

  • Killer Whales and Christmas Cruises

    With two Killer Whales (or to give them their slightly less frightening official name, Orcas) spotted just 100m off the North Coast of Cornwall near Newquay this week, you might be forgiven for thinking that British waters are no longer safe from the kind of stinging and biting nasties that plague foreign climes. But fear… Read more »