Deals Of The Week: From the Lake District to Mauritius

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a car with four passengers can travel to France on Eurotunnel (08705 353535) in 2005 if you book on the internet before 3 November.


the whole family can go camping at for the half-term holiday next month. Camping Life (0870-336 7221) is offering a range of accommodation, ranging from chalet tents to mobile homes, across sites in France, Spain and Italy. Most also have a free kids club and on-site activities. This is the total price for return crossings and seven nights' accommodation for six sharing.


the German Travel Centre (020-8429 2900) is offering trips to this year's Christmas markets. This deal to Nuremburg includes return flights and one night's accommodation in a three or four-star hotel.


Get three nights for the price of two at Linthwaite House Hotel and Restaurant (015394 88600) in the Lake District. Book two nights' dinner, bed and breakfast and claim one free night's b&b. Offer valid until 18 November.


rent a cottage for a week with Cornish Traditional Cottages (01208 821666). The Mowhay, which is a granite barn sleeping up to four people, set in the countryside near Lanlivery, with access to walks and nature trails, is available at this total rental price for the week of 16 October.


share a yacht on a "Pot Luck" week around the Ionian Islands with Activity Holidays (0845-345 7418). Suitable for travellers with some sailing experience who are travelling alone. Guests are matched to create a suitable mix of skippers and competent crew. The deal includes flights to Preveza, transfers to Lefkas and seven nights' accommodation on the yacht. Yacht insurance is £15. Departing Gatwick on 26 September and 3 October.


spend a week in Madeira staying at the five-star Savoy Hotel in Funchal with Voyages Jules Verne (0845-166 7035). The price includes return flights from Gatwick, transfers and seven nights' b&b. Departs 5 and 12 November.


eat, walk and sight-see your way around northern Tuscany on a seven-night break with Solo's Holidays (08704-99 22 99). Walks, cookery and cocktail-making lessons and a guided excursion to Siena are available on this active week for singles aged over 25 years of age. The deal includes return flights, transfers and half-board accommodation at the four-star Hotel il Ciocco. Departs 9 October.


Stay at Le Meridien Limassol Spa and Resort for seven nights and get free accommodation for up to two children aged two to 12 years sharing a room with their parents. The deal with Cyplon Holidays (020-8340 7612) includes return flights, private transfers and b&b accommodation. Departs 26 September.


take a break at Rex Halcyon Cove on the Caribbean island of Antigua with British Airways Holidays (0870-24 33 406). The price includes flights from Gatwick, transfers and seven nights' all-inclusive accommodation. Departures available until 30 September or between 15 November and 9 December.


save £180 on a 12-night holiday to Mauritius with Somak Holidays (020-8423 3000). This deal includes return flights from Heathrow, transfers and half-board at the Coin de Mire resort. Departs 26 September and 1 October.

All prices are per person, based on two sharing, unless stated otherwise. Prices correct at press time.

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