Deals Of The Week: From the Lake District to Turks & Caicos
Sunday 29 October 2006
Spend a weekend at Meadow View, a two-bedroom cottage in Cockermouth in the Lake District with Cumbrian Cottages (01228 599 960; cumbrian-cottages.co.uk). The price covers three nights' rental from 3 November.
To mark its inaugural flight, Air New Zealand (0800-028 4149; airnewzealand.co.uk) is offering a special return fare to Hong Kong for online bookings made by Tuesday. Travel from 1 November to 7 December, Monday-Thursday.
Discover Egypt (020-7407 2111; discoveregypt.co.uk) is offering a week in Luxor with a seven-night Nile cruise for departures on 25 November. The price includes flights, transfers, full board on the boat and seven nights' b&b at the Luxor Sheraton.
Depart on 24 November for a week's shopping in Boston with American Sky (0870-904 0920; americansky .co.uk). The price includes return flights, car hire and seven nights' room-only at the Copley Square.
Attend a six-day yoga retreat at the luxurious Parrot Cay resort (001 649 946 778; parrotcay.como.bz) in the Turks & Caicos from 10-16 December. The price includes transfers, full board and five hours of yoga tuition per day. Flights cost extra.
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