Tips and deals of the week: 24/01/2010
Sunday 24 January 2010
Deals of the Week
Sunday in the Lakes for £9.99
Snap up one of 200 rooms in the Lake District that will be available from just £9.99 on 24, 31 January and 7 February. Go to golakes.reader.travel
Rick Stein's Padstow for £200
Enjoy two nights' dinner, bed and breakfast at Rick Stein's for £200 per person, based on two sharing, on selected dates in February and March. Go to rickstein.com
Save £929 on BA Club flights
Club World flights to Denver for £1,999, a saving of up to £929, is just one of the deals offered in the BA Premium Sale, starting on Wednesday 27 January.
A new range of holidays aimed at the gay community, the Freedom Collection, has just been launched by Thomson. Go to thomson.co.uk/freedom
Advance bookings for taxi transfers in Paris for skiers who are heading for the Alps and Pyrenees can now be arranged through snowcarbon.co.uk
New electric bikes are being offered by the tour company Headwater from this summer on its holidays in the Swiss Lakes. Go to headwater.com
New eco guest house, Cortijada Los Gazquez, with six double rooms, has just opened in Andalucia, offering painting holidays. Go to losgazquez.com
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