Deals Of The Week: From Chelsea to Jamaica

Spend a night at either myhotel35 Ixworth Place, Chelsea, SW3 (020-7225 7500) or myhotel, 11-13 Bayley Street, Bloomsbury (020-7667 6000). Valid from 1 July to 31 August, the offer includes breakfast.

£87

Spend a night at either myhotel35 Ixworth Place, Chelsea, SW3 (020-7225 7500) or myhotel, 11-13 Bayley Street, Bloomsbury (020-7667 6000). Valid from 1 July to 31 August, the offer includes breakfast.

£159

Go to Guernsey's Seafood festival with Channel Islands Direct (0870 889 0858). From 1 to 15 July, it is offering two nights at the Vazon Bay Hotel, including return flights from London Gatwick, Bournemouth or Southampton and b&b. Extra nights cost £31 each.

£289

Inghams (020-8780 4422) is offering a "Taste of Austria" seven-night holiday, including return flights from London Gatwick, transfers and half-board allocated on arrival. Departs 14 July.

£323

Keen birdwatchers can rent Pen Yr Onnen, an apartment sleeping seven near Cwm Yr Eglwys and Dinas Island in Wales from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire (01437 765 765). Available for the week of 3 July, the price is the total rental cost.

£440

For departures on 10 or 17 July, spend seven nights in the restored medieval village of Monticelli, between Perugia and Lake Trasimeno, with Italian Journeys (020-7370 6002), including return flights and seven nights' self-catering accommodation, based on four sharing.

£515

Is now the price of a week's stay at the Casa Caracol on Portugal's Algarve with The Villa Holiday Centre (01425 484 434). This is the total price for rental of the property and car hire. Flights cost extra. Departs 1 July.

£615

Lone travellers aged between 28-55 years can book a week's holiday in Crete with Solos Holidays (0870 499 2288). The price includes return flights from Gatwick, seven nights' half-board for single occupancy, some activities and the services of a tour manager. Departs 6 July.

£849

James Villa Holidays (0845 458 4757) is offering a week at Na Barca, a property that sleeps four and has its own pool in Cala Santanyi, Mallorca. This is the total rental price for the week of 7 August. Flights cost extra.

£855

Spend two weeks in Auckland, New Zealand, with Austravel (0870 166 2070), including return flights and 14 nights room-only accommodation. Book before 31 June for departures from London Heathrow until 31 March 2005

£1,905

Get 14 nights for the price of seven at the luxurious Round Hill, Jamaica (above), with Exsus Travel (020-7292 5050), including return flights, transfers and b&b. Valid for travel before 16 July.

Prices correct at time of going to press and based on two sharing, unless stated. Subject to availability

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