Travel Challenge: A ‘twixmas’ break in Britain
Wednesday 07 November 2012
Each week we ask three companies to offer us their best deal for specific break. Today: a post-Christmas break in the UK. Prices are per person, based on two sharing, for three nights' accommodation from 27 December.
Includes B&B at Manorhaus Ruthin. "This stylish hotel and art gallery in North Wales is perfect for some post-Christmas pampering," says Abi Dare (0117-942 8476; i-escape.com).
Self-catering at Manor Cottage on Botelet Farm. "This haven of Cornish quiet offers blazing log fires and crisp walks outside," says Chris Laugsch (00 49 163 737 2509; welcomebeyond.com).
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Self-catering at Button Barn. "This romantic hideaway is perfect for exploring Warwickshire and the Cotswolds," says Claire Ray (01637 882014; buttonbarn.uniquehomestays.com).
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