Deals Of The Week: From Cardiff to Sri Lanka
Sunday 08 October 2006
Spend a Friday night at the St David's Hotel and Spa (02920 454 045; roccofortehotels.com) in Cardiff. The price includes overnight accommodation for two with breakfast and use of the spa.
Book by Thursday and spend Christmas on the Italian slopes with Directski (0870 600 1579; directski.com). For departures on 23 December the company is offering return flights, transfers and seven nights' self-catering at the Livigno Ski Apartments, based on four sharing.
Rent a two-bedroom villa at Apa Villa near Galle in Sri Lanka with Fleewinter (020-7112 0019; fleewinter.com). The price is the total for a week's rental of the property throughout October, with two sharing.
Stay in one of The Old Rectory Cottages (01271 336 050; premiercottages.com) in Kings Nympton, Devon. The price is the total price for a week's rental of the
property, which sleeps four, from 20 October.
Get seven nights for the price of six at the luxurious Point Grace in the Turks & Caicos with Seasons in Style (01244 202 000; seasonsinstyle.co.uk). The price is valid for travel until 15 November and includes return flights, transfers and b&b.
Prices correct at time of going to press and are per person based on two sharing, unless otherwise stated. Subject to availability
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