Despite our less than clement weather, thousands of people each year book UK breaks, in hotels, resorts and holiday parks across the country. Unlike short breaks abroad, there are no passports or flight delays to worry about – and pooch can come too. Here at Co-operative Travel, we offer a full range of UK breaks and holidays, to destinations across the country.
From beach resorts in Cornwall, to cities in Scotland, there are a prodigious number of hotels offering cheap UK breaks. Options range from spa pampering breaks at country house hotels, to short holidays at “bucket and spade” family resorts. Hotel breaks are a popular option at Christmas, in cities like London and Edinburgh. For couples, Warner Hotels offer adult-only cheap UK breaks in a range of beautifully equipped hotels.
For UK families on a budget, short breaks at holiday parks like Butlins represent tremendous value. Butlins recently underwent a complete revamp, and its 3 family resorts are now more popular than ever. Holidays at Butlins solve the problem of what to do when it’s raining, because everything’s under one roof – with many of the facilities included in the price. Water parks, funfairs, cinemas, health clubs, bars, restaurants and non-stop entertainment – all this and more is included in Butlins cheap UK breaks.
Haven is one of the top providers of family UK holidays. With both short and longer breaks available, Haven holidays can be booked in 35 holiday parks across the UK, all located in superb family resorts such as Weymouth and Perran Sands. CentreParcs resorts, located inland, are popular with older families, with a host of sports and leisure facilities.
If you yearn for traditional UK holidays messing about on the river, we at Co-operative Travel recommend Hoseasons Holidays. Secluded forest lodges, country cottages, tranquil boating holidays and lively holiday parks are just some of the options. If you like active family holidays, however, we suggest you look at HF Holidays, who have been providing short breaks in the Great Outdoors breaks for almost 100 years.