Summer Holidays

Summer Holidays

Summer Holidays

Summer Holidays

Summer Holidays

The Convenience Of Booking Cheap Summer Holidays OnlineIn the past, booking your cheap summer holidays to anywhere in the world,would require you to visit your local travel agent in the high street, choose a selection of brochures and carry them home to browse through page after page of exotic locations with sunny poolside photographs, enticing you to book the holiday of your dreams within those glossy pages. สล็อตเว็บตรงIn the past, the typical British traveller to Europe, North America and the Orient would have had to patience to sift through the many brochures in search of that perfect destination, with packed lunches in your London conference hotels, in order to make the tough decision of staying in the city. Summer Holidays These days however, our holiday designs have relaxed to such an extent, where we can enjoy a fantastic break to our hearts content. We can now choose a diverse range of locations to discover at our leisure, and without the burden of being committed to a location, we can just sit back in our offices with our backs facing the Internet and our handy plots of paper to accumulate all the credit card data that we write off! But do we really get what we pay for over theodding year? Shopping onlinehas revolutionised the way we shop and it has almost becomes second nature to surf the net to find that perfect match for us, whether it be for our friends, family or just for our last minute treats. Summer Holidays So there is no wonder that bed and breakfasts are booming in the tourism industry, with an additional surge of travellers in search of quality accommodation. The owners and operators of bed and breakfasts have learnt the hard way about the power of the internet and so are offering the internet friendly facilities that will get yet another client for the hospitality industry. Summer Holidays It is also a wonder that bed and breakfasts are so popular in the U.K., given all the contact with tourists, that up to one and a half million bed and breakfast rooms were opened in the United Kingdom in September 2007, according to conference organisers at B&B International. And it is a fact that these rooms are also available at many of the top hotels and top speciality resorts. It is also a fact that room rates for bed and breakfasts start from around £20 per night and that there are many hotels which also have these facilities. So what is it that makes this type of accommodation so popular? According to Mike Hamilton, Director of Club La Fontaine who are the largest operating independent operator of this type of accommodation, it is the fact that “people are so much in love with the concept of booking a bed and breakfast, that they feel like they have to keep booking those nights because they are not going to get the same deal every time.” Hamilton adds “Our research has shown that about £250,000 of bed and breakfasts in the U.K. is spent on a package holiday, whether the holiday is for 10 nights, 20 nights or one week. In many cases, the holiday is the same as our packages but the accommodation is located at a local London hotel. We believe that, wherever you live in the U.K., you’ll find a hotel and caravan park close to your accommodation, many of which are positioned in Wales, Scotland and Norfolk. Many operators also offer free car parking and so via caravan parks and hotels you can also park up to two cars and still have access to all the facilities and amenities the self-catering holiday allows you to have access to.” When you consider the facts, it is clear that the success of caravan holidays has much more to do with good planning and favourable location than anything else. According to Go Cartsando a specialist in caravan sales and marketing, “The biggest growth in new caravan sales over the last year was in Warwickshire and Northants. Eighteen new caravan parks were opened in the area.” According to the same report, the two top Warwickshire parks are found in hookside park sites within just 1 mile from Mayfair and they are: The Swallow Park at 6 miles, and Saunton Park at 16 miles. The Swallow Park is a large area of parks, roads, paths and village walks that have been developed to fit in with the Eco Experience. The Saunton Park offers Eco Experience visitors a variety of experiences using a variety of play and shopping activities. And what about the restaurants in caravan parks? Even though it’s been seen that restaurants in caravan parks can offer a diverse range of cuisine, very few have a wood burning shop in which you could have kilometres of candlelit 314* dark mahogany fireplaces to yourself. Clarence House for example specialises in fine food and has a full blown gourmet restaurant, outside and inside of the park. In addition the restaurant Marsala also serves a 1st rate service of Italian food.
Summer Holidays