August Bank Holiday Weekend

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We are now well in to August and in true British Fashion we aren’t going to let a little bit of rain dampen our spirits ahead of the August Bank Holiday weekend. There is plenty to do on this last extended weekend in the sunshine which will see hundreds of thousands of people aim to getaway for a short break. Here are our top ideas for a way to spend a hassle free bank holiday weekend.

 

Theme parks

 

Best for Families

With all attractions open for the summer season you will find something for everyone in our range of family attraction breaks. You can choose from thrill seeking theme park breaks to frightening Dungeons trips, discover the history behind Cadburys Chocolate or enjoy a ride on the incredible London Eye. The best part of it all, the kids will love it!

 

 

Best for Couples

If you are looking to escape and don’t fancy spending half of your bank holiday in the regular traffic jams how about hopping on board a train and spending the weekend on one of our rail breaks. Popular destinations like London, Edinburgh and York have never been so easy to reach and in a matter of hours you can be out sightseeing instead of spending your weekend in traffic.

 


 

Best for Girls Weekend

An extended weekend is a perfect excuse for getting the girls together and heading off for a few days of pampering. So why not take this opportunity and head off on one of the many spa hotels across the UK. You can take advantage of luxury facilities, beautiful surroundings and relaxing treatments, what more could you need?

Best for Boys Weekend

While the girls are away pampering what better way for the boys to spend a few days than by heading off on a P&O Minicruise break to Amsterdam. Better known for its Red Light District and many bars, Amsterdam is the perfect lad’s weekend away. Leisure

 

Are you planning on getting away this Bank Holiday Weekend?

 

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