Late July holidays in the UK from £99 per stay – just in time for the heatwave

THINGS are about to heat up in the UK, with balmy conditions towards the end of the month.

Brits wanting to make the most of the summer heat can find some bargain last minute breaks from £99.

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A “hot spell” of weather is due to arrive on these shores on from July 19 and will last until August 2, the Met Office has predicted.

The Met Office says that from July 19 there is an “increased chance of some very warm or hot spells occurring”.

Forecasters say “fine and dry weather for much of the UK is most likely for the rest of July” from that point on.

Those looking to make the most of the temperature rise can find some great deals:


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Sunshine will return after a chilly two weeks
We’ve found breaks in a range of locations, including seaside spots

In recent weeks the UK has been plagued by heavy downpours and thunderstorms but it looks as if summery weather will finally hit later this month.

Temperatures are expected to be well above normal for the time of year.

Some late sunshine this month will set the scene nicely for when Covid restrictions lift on July 19.

The hottest day of the year so far was on June 14 when the mercury hit 29.7C at Heathrow.

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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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