Deals Of The Week: From Bulgaria to Hong Kong

Enjoy England is offering a night at the Jurys Inn (0870-907 2222) between King's Cross and Islington in London until 30 May.

For as little as ...

£59...

Enjoy England is offering a night at the Jurys Inn (0870-907 2222) between King's Cross and Islington in London until 30 May. The price is per room per night including breakfast.

£139...

Spend seven nights in Bulgaria with Balkan Holidays (0845-130 1114). The deal includes return flights, transfers and b&b accommodation. Departs Manchester, 23 May.

£249...

Enjoy a mini-break in Copenhagen with Cresta Holidays (0870-333 3303). For departures on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in May (but not bank holidays), the deal includes flights from Gatwick and b&b.

£281...

Rent Willow Cottage in Helford, Cornwall, for the week of 8 May, with Cornish Traditional Cottages (01208 821666). This is the total price for the use of the property, which sleeps up to six people.

£375...

Spend a week at the Villa Eleni in Chiana on Crete with Freelance Holidays (01789-297 705), which has cut 50 per cent off the price. The price, for the week starting 18 May, is for the property, which sleeps four, and excludes flights.

£379...

Explore the city of Hong Kong with Trailfinders (020-7938 3939). Book by 6 May for departures until 10 June to get flights and room-only accommodation at the City Garden Hotel.

£415...

Croatian Affair (020-7385 7111) is offering a week at the Villa Marsha on the Dalmatian coast, near the town of Trogdr, departing 15 May. The property sleeps eight, although the price quoted is based on two people sharing, and includes the use of a swimming pool and car hire.

£499...

Enjoy a five-night stay in Miami South Beach. This deal with Bon Voyage (0800-316 0194) includes one free night and applies to short breaks taken between 2 and 26 June. The deal includes return flights on Virgin from London Heathrow and room-only accommodation at the three-star, boutique-style Ocean Five Hotel.

£745...

Take a week's trip to Italy for a "Taste of Tuscany" tour with Guerba (01373 826611). Featuring Montepulciano and Montalcino, Sienna and the Roman thermal bath at Bagno Vignoni, the deal includes seven nights' b&b accommodation, plus some additional meals, and the services of a guide. Flights cost extra.

£770...

Explore Worldwide (01252 760000) has availability on a seven-night walking tour of Sardinia, departing 8 May. The itinerary features Monte Tiscali and a trek to the island's highest point, Punta la Mamora. The price includes flights, accommodation with most meals and the services of a tour leader.

£785...

Spend two weeks exploring Queensland, Australia, with Quest Travel (0870-442 3513). For travel before 30 June, the deal includes return flights, transfers and 14 nights' b&b accommodation in Cairns. A stopover in Sydney will cost an additional £174 for a three-night stay.

£789...

A family of four (two adults and two children under 17) can take a 10-day coach break to Spain with Club Cantabrica (01727 866177). Departing 29 May, the price includes return travel from pick-up points across England, Scotland and Wales and self-catering accommodation in a lodge at Blanes on the Costa Brava.

All prices based on two sharing, unless otherwise stated.

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