HAVEN has released its Black Friday deals, with hundreds of holidays under £50.
Four-night holidays start at £49, meaning a family of four can bag a staycation from £3pp a night next year.
- Check out the Haven Black Friday sale here
You can book with a £30 deposit and set up a monthly payment plan to pay for the rest of your holiday.
To bag one of the bargain stays, you’ll have to book by November 27.
Here are some of the best deals we’ve found in the sale:
- 4 nights at Seaview, Dorset, on March 20, 2023 – from £49 per stay (£3pppn)
- 4 nights at Combe Haven, Sussex, on April 17 – from £49 per stay (£3pppn)
- 4 nights at The Orchards, Essex, on June 26 – from £52 per stay (£3pppn)
- 4 nights at Presthaven, North Wales, October 2 – from £59 per stay (£3pppn)
The holidays are available with Haven’s ‘Hideaway‘ option. This is ideal for people looking to relax and use a Haven park as a base to explore the surrounding region.
The Hideaway option includes self-contained accommodation and access to Haven’s onsite restaurants, takeaways, and shops.
You can also search the deals by month to find the cheapest deal available:
- March breaks from £49 per stay
- April and May breaks from £49 per stay
- June breaks from £49 per stay
- October breaks from £49 per stay
If you’d like to plan your getaway according to the holidays next year, here are the important dates to look out for:
The early May bank holiday will be on May 1, and the spring bank holiday is on May 29, with the May half-term running from May 29 to June 2.
We will also get an extra bank holiday for the Coronation of King Charles, which will fall on May 8.
The school summer holidays should run from about July 21 to September 3; however, it’s always best to check with your local council or school to have the correct dates.
The summer bank holiday is on August 28, and, finally, the October half-term should run from October 23 to October 27.
The ‘Haven’ package, available at an extra cost, gives you access to all of Haven’s amenities, including day and night-time entertainment, restaurants, swimming pools, and sports like bungee trampolining and go-karting.
The holiday parks are also filled with activities for little ones, from characters’ meet & greet during the day to singalong movie experiences and interactive quizzes in the evening.
Grown-ups can enjoy activities and entertainment, too, with dance nights, quizzes and bingo, to name a few.
We have also found the cheapest staycations with hot tubs from £15pp a night this winter.
Or if you fancy a getaway in the sun, the First Choice Black Friday sale has up to £200 off holidays to sunny destinations.
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