Deals of the week: From the Isle of Wight Festival to Sri Lanka


£117

See Coldplay, Goldfrapp, Primal Scream et al at the Nokia Isle of Wight Festival from 9-11 June. Wightlink (0870 582 7744; wightlink.co.uk) offers a four-night, camping package, including entrance ticket, from £117 for foot passengers, £152 for a car and driver. Additional car passengers from £110.

£145

Until 8 April, Travelzoo (0870 730 0660; travelzoo.co.uk) offers a two-night, room-only break at the five-star Kempinski Hotel in the heart of Berlin. The Kempinski is on Berlin's main shopping strip, and moments away from the Tiergarten.

£185

Enjoy a two-night "Roman Holiday" at the three-star Hotel Principessa Tea with opodo (opodo.com), departing 21 March. All of Rome's popular tourist attractions are within strolling distance of the hotel. Price includes return flights from Heathrow and breakfast.

£231

Helpful Holidays (01647 434063; helpfulholidays.com) has a week's stay from 25 March at Hilltop Cottage, a thatched, 16th-century property in Week, South Devon. The cottage sleeps six plus dog. Quote ref L55.

£309

Spend three nights in Istanbul before 24 March with Metak Holidays (020-8290 9292; metakholidays.co.uk). The price includes return flights, transfers and three-star b&b.

£595

Seven nights in Penang, Malaysia, at the four-star City Bayview Hotel with Ebookers (0870 010 7000; ebookers.co.uk/deals). Book by 21 March for travel between 1 and 30 June. Offer includes return flights with Malaysia Airlines and b&b.

£795

Make for Marrakech with British Airways Holidays (0870 243 3406; ba.com/holidays) on 21 March and the four-star Le Meridien N'Fis hotel. Price includes return flights and seven nights' b&b.

£1,500

Bags you a five-bedroom villa (all have four-posters), complete with five staff (houseboy, cook, housekeeper, gardener and watchman) on a beach in Sri Lanka, five miles from Galle. Fleewinter (020-7112 0019; fleewinter.com) offers a one-week rental of Villa Victoria until the end of early April, saving £800. Price excludes flights.

Prices correct at time of going to press, are per person, based on two sharing, unless stated otherwise. Subject to availability.

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