Deals Of The Week: From Brussels to Cape Town
Sunday 22 August 2004
From as little as ...
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Explore Helsinki with Impulse Holidays (0870-405 5040). For departures on 1, 2 and 3 September, it is offering return flights from London and two nights' b&b at the Klaus Kurki Hotel.
Spend three nights at the five-star Hotel Amigo in Brussels with VBF Holidays (01242 240310). For arrivals on Fridays, it is offering return flights or Eurostar travel and b&b.
Welcome Cottages (0870-197 6420) still has availability for Beurlay, a house sleeping up to six near Rochefort on France's Atlantic Coast. The property is available for the week beginning 28 August and the price, covering seven nights' rental, includes a return Dover-Calais ferry crossing. Quote ref W10607.
Trailfinders (020-7938 3939) is offering a five-night break in Cape Town for bookings made by 7pm on 24 August. The offer is valid for travel from 1 to 30 September and includes return flights from London Heathrow and b&b accommodation.
Get 10 nights in Borneo and Kuala Lumpur with Voyana (0871-271 5205) if you book by 31 August. The price is valid for departures from 1 September to 30 November and includes return flights from London Heathrow, transfers and 10 nights' b&b accommodation.
Prices correct at time of going to press and are per person based on two sharing, unless stated. Subject to availability
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