Tips and deals of the week: 24/10/2010
Sunday 24 October 2010
Take a festive break in Dublin for £163
Throughout December, Irish Ferries is offering three nights at the three-star Mount Herbert Hotel for £163 per person, a saving of £42. The deal, based on two sharing, includes return car ferry crossings, free parking in Dublin and B&B.
Go to irishferries.com/holidays
Save on luxury in the Peaks
A new bespoke two-bedroom apartment in the High Peak area of Derbyshire is available for two-night breaks in November for a special price of £150.
Go to halcyonofhadfield.co.uk
Money off motorhome holidays
Save yourself the usual hefty supplement of up to $750 plus tax for taking a motorhome rental on a one-way trip across the United States next summer. For further information, go to themotorhomexperts.com
Take a stroll along Weston- super-Mare's Grand Pier, which reopened this weekend. The iconic seaside attraction burnt down in July 2008.
Two new guides aim to use readers' language skills for speedy learning, Brilliant French and Brilliant Spanish. Pearson Prentice Hall, £14.99.
Cox & Kings has been named as the travel partner for the Royal Academy of Arts for 2011 and will launch a new collection of 20 expert-led art tours around the world.
Go to coxandkings.co.uk
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