Deals of the week: From Normandy to Barbados
Sunday 16 July 2006
A family of four can depart on 6 or 13 August for a six-night activity holiday in Hauteville, Normandy, with Acorn Adventure (0800-074 9791; acornadventure.co.uk/ families). The price includes a ferry crossing for a car and four passengers, full-board accommodation and activities.
Get three nights for the price of two at the new Mandarin Oriental Prague when it opens in September with Cox and Kings (020-7873 5000; coxandkings.co.uk). The price is valid for travel from 1 September until 28 October and includes return flights, transfers and bed and breakfast.
Portuguese Affair (020-7385 4775; portugueseaffair.com) still has availability for the Villa A Casinha, near Afife Beach in Northern Portugal, for departures on 22 and 29 July. The price is the total rental price for a week's rental of the property, which sleeps six.
Up to two children (aged two to 11) can stay free when two adults share at Cobblers Cove, Barbados, with British Airways Holidays Prestige Collection (0870-242 1276). The price is based on departures between 20 and 26 August and includes return flights, transfers and bed and breakfast. Child flight prices start at £577.
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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