Deals of the Week: From the Hotel du Vin Birmingham to the breathtaking Croatian coast


£99

Stay in a double room at the Hotel du Vin Birmingham (0121-200 0600) in August. The deal includes breakfast and a personal shopping appointment at Selfridges.

£178

Celebrate the recent opening of the chic Bairro Alto Hotel (00 351 21 340 8288; www.bairroaltohotel.com). This special rate is valid from 15 July until 31 August for a minimum of three nights. The price includes breakfast, airport transfers, one dinner and a guided walking tour.

£206

Depart 6 July from Glasgow for a week in Rhodes with Opodo (0871-577 0091). The price includes return flights and seven nights' self-catering accommodation.

£308

Stay for a week at L'Arco, an agriturismo property just outside the hilltop town of Santa Severina in Calabria. Throughout July and August, Long Travel (01694 722367) is offering seven nights' accommodation on a half-board basis. Flights cost extra.

£319

Walk through the Triglav National Parkin north-west Slovenia with Crystal Lakes & Mountains (0870-403 0543). The price is valid for departures on 20 July and includes return flights, transfers and seven nights' half-board accommodation. Regional flights are also available for a supplement.

£354

Thomas Cook (08701 111111) is offering a week in Chipiona on the Costa de la Luz in Spain. The price applies to departures from Manchester on 15 July and includes return flights and half-board accommodation.

£425

Sardatur (020-7242 2455) still has availability for a week's self-catering holiday in Santa Margherita di Pula in Sardinia for departures on 16 July. The price includes return flights, transfers and seven nights' accommodation. Flights from Manchester cost an extra £25.

£435

Spend a week in the 150-year-old Granary Cottage in Moylegrove, Pembrokeshire, with Coast and Country Holidays (01239 881397). The price is for a week's rental of the property from 9 July, which sleeps up to six. Quote: Ref 145.

£533

Cadogan Holidays (02380 828313) is offering seven nights in Gozo, Malta, for departures on 8 July. The price includes return flights, transfers and b& b.

£799

Depart on 26 July for a cruise calling at Gdansk, St Petersburg and Stockholm with Orient Lines (0845-658 8050). The price includes, return flights, transfers and seven nights' full-board accommodation on board.

£839

James Villas (08700 850722) still has availability at Pelagia, a villa sleeping up to eight, near Coral Bay in Cyprus. The property is available to rent for the week beginning 13 July. Flights cost extra.

£1,297

Rent Les Bois de Chênes, a villa sleeping up to 10, near the village of St Aygulf, on the Cote d'Azur with Allez France (0845-330 2114). The price is for the week beginning 9 July and includes a Dover-Calais ferry or Eurotunnel crossing for one car and up to five passengers.

£1,524

Join Bales Worldwide's (0870 241 3208) Whales and Icebergs (inset) itinerary around Newfoundland and Iceland, which departs on 14 July. The price includes, return flights, transfers, eight nights' accommodation, most meals and a guide.

£2,260

There is still a chance to rent Casa Galaia, a villa sleeping up to eight, in Portugal's Monchique region with CV Travel (0870-606 0802). The price is valid for arrivals on 16 and on 23 Julyfor one week.

£2,890

Sail along the breathtaking Croatian coast for a week on board the luxurious 50ft yacht Beneteau Celebration with Sail Croatia (020-7751 9988). The boat, which accommodates up to eight people, is available for the week starting 23 July. The price includes b&b on board, transfers and a skipper. Flights cost extra.

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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