Deals of the week: Cornwall, Bormio, Netflights
Wednesday 07 December 2011
The Roseland peninsula on Cornwall's southern shore offers quiet coves and craggy cliffs to explore. Here, in the tiny fishing village of Portloe, you'll find the Lugger Hotel, which currently has a winter offer of two nights with breakfast, a champagne cream tea and one dinner for £138 per person. The deal is valid for stays until the end of March (though with the exception of the half-term week, 10-19 February), but you'll have to book by this Friday to take advantage. Luggerhotel.co.uk
Inghams has added the Italian resort of Bormio to its roster for this ski season. Situated within Stelvio National Park, the cobbled medieval village offers bars, restaurants and hot springs, with intermediate and more challenging pistes in the Alpine reaches above. A week at the Girasole Villareggio 2000 hotel with half-board costs £399 per person, including transfers and Thomas Cook Airlines flights from Gatwick to Verona on 7 January 2012. Inghams.co.uk
Off in a flash
Netflights has launched a flash seat sale on Emirates routes from Gatwick, via the airline's hub in Dubai, which continues until Friday. Return fares on offer include Cape Town, pictured, and Johannesburg for £475; Bangkok for £479; Singapore for £488; Perth or Melbourne for £725; and Brisbane for £745. Travel dates vary between 12 January and 30 June 2012 – though all exclude the Easter holiday period of 21 March- 6 April. Netflights.com
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