Tips and deals of the week: 18/04/2010
Sunday 18 April 2010
Pay £400 less in Turkey
Elixir Holidays is offering deals at the luxurious Elixir Art Hotel on the sleepy Bozburun Peninsula. Departing 1 May for seven nights, pay £890 for flights, transfers and B&B.
Go to: elixirholidays.com
Track a bargain in Kenya
Stay seven nights at the Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort and Spa with Africa Sky and pay £499 per person (half board) on selected May departures – a saving of £200 per person.
Go to: africasky.co.uk
ABode is unveiling its stylish new hotel in Chester this spring, which boasts a restaurant run by a Michelin-starred chef.
Go to: abodehotels.co.uk/chester
There's plenty of inspiration to draw on at the Shrewsbury International Cartoon Festival next weekend. For events, visit shrewsburycartoonfestival.com
Explore the city of York with two new MP3 guided walks from Tourist Tracks (£3 each). Get £1 off during April by entering the code YORK1 at tourist-tracks.com
The lavish new Sanctuary Chief's Camp, Botswana, offers 12 private bush pavilions that overlook the Okavango Delta.
Go to sanctuaryretreats.com
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