Best UK weekend and midweek breaks over the school holidays including Dorset, Devon & Kent from £99 per stay

IF you’ve long since let go of the idea of a foreign holiday this year, why not perk yourself up with a quick UK break instead?

British holiday firms have got lots of tempting offers on weekend and midweek breaks at the moment.

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Escape to the Great British countryside for a change of scene[/caption]

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Staycations are seeing continued strong demand and limited supply, with a lot of Brits forgoing their foreign trips this year.

Fortunately, there are still bargains to be had on home turf – with holiday parks in particular offering some great deals.

The offers we’ve found are over the school holidays, so are a great option for families keen to get away.

Some of the best are:

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There are even breaks in popular seaside locations like Devon[/caption]

Those looking for a short break can find stays in popular destinations like Dorset, Sussex, Kent, Essex, Blackpool, Norfolk, Scotland and more.

The cheapest deals are with Pontins, where you can stay at the Pakefield park in Suffolk from £99.

This week's best UK travel deals

If you prefer to stay in a holiday home, Sykes Cottages have short breaks across the UK from £482 per stay.

And while availability in south-west hotspot Cornwall is very limited, those seeking a change of scene can find breaks in next door county, Devon.

If you’re looking for more staycation inspiration, we’ve found the best UK holiday parks with children’s entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools.

There are also great UK coach trips for families and campsites with availability for summer.

Alternatively, we’ve found holiday park party weekenders, cheap staycation breaks with hot tubs and treehouse stays.


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