Deals Of The Week: From Budapest to Devon

For as little as

For as little as

£199

Depart any time in November for a weekend in Budapest with Regent Holidays (0117-921 1711). It is offering return flights from London and two nights' b&b at Hotel Fiesta.

£295

Magic of Spain (0870-888 0220) is offering two nights in Valencia between 1 and 30 November. The price includes return flights from London and b&b.

£368

Is the price of a week's holiday in Sri Lanka with Odyssey Worldwide (0870-429 5090). The price includes return flights from Gatwick, plus transfers and seven nights' b&b.

£459

Spend a week in Madeira with Voyana (0871 271 5207). It is offering seven nights at the five-star Quinta Jardim da Serra for departures between 4 and 15 November. The price includes return flights from London, transfers, b&b and dinner on one night.

£573

Rent Oxenlears, a pretty farmhouse in the Axe Valley in Devon with Rural Retreats (01386 701177). The property, which sleeps nine, is available for stays of three nights between now and 20 December. The price covers rental of the wholeproperty.

£599

Explore the Indian cities of Agra and Jaipur with Kuoni (01306 747008). The company is offering return flights, transfers and seven nights' accommodation with breakfast for departures on 23 November and 7, 21 and 28 December.

£699

Hit the slopes of Sun Peaks in British Columbia with Ski the American Dream (0870-350 7547). For departures between 27 November and 4 December, the company is offering return flights from London, transfers and seven nights' room-only accommodation.

£1,389

Spend a week on the exclusive Young Island off the coast of the St Vincent in the Caribbean with Caribtours (020-7751 0660). The offer is valid for departures for now until 15 December and includes flights, transfers and seven nights' full board.

£1,681

Get two nights free when you book a five-night stay at The Residence in Mauritius with Elite Vacations (01707 371000) throughout November. The price includes flights, transfers and half board.

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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