COTTAGES.COM has launched its Black Friday sale with up to 30 per cent off stays this year and next.
Cottages.com is a UK provider of holiday cottages and luxury homes, with more than 20,000 accommodations available across the country.
The holiday company features a range of unique properties in different locations, from beach retreats to countryside castles.
- Check out the Cottages.com Black Friday sale here
To take advantage of the discounts, you’ll have to book by December 1, but you’ll be able to travel anytime between November 26, 2022, and May 30, 2023.
The discounts are only available on three, four and seven-night holidays.
If you’re after a festive break this year, we’ve found three-night stays from £335 over the Christmas holidays.
The cottages can sleep up to four people, meaning you could bag a staycation from £27pp a night this December.
The accommodation can sleep anywhere from two to eight people, so there are options for anything, from a romantic getaway to a New Year’s Eve party with your mates.
If you’d rather book a relaxing staycation after the festivity madness, we’ve also found three-night winter breaks from £215.
The deals are available from January 4 to March 30.
Check out even more deals for 2023 holidays:
- February half-term breaks from £185 per stay
- Spring breaks from £169 per stay
- Easter holiday breaks from £249 per stay
Many properties also allow guests to bring their pets for free.
If you’re after a unique break, you could book floating lodges on a Devon lake from £26pp a night in 2023.
For more staycation deals, the Away Resorts Black Friday sale has UK breaks from £11.50pp a night.
For a hotel stay instead, the Travelodge Black Friday sale has rooms from £6.25pp a night.
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