Fantastic Theme Park Packages For All The Family From SuperbreakWritten by Bigmouthmedia
Treat whole family to a short break at one of UK’s top theme parks this summer. Short break specialist Superbreak http://www.superbreak.com offers special value for money packages to Chessington World of Adventures, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park and Legoland Windsor, including hotel accommodation and family passes from as little as £151.50 per family of four. Legoland Windsor is a perfect day out for families, with a range of attractions based on Lego and Duplo products, including models and over 50 interactive rides, set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland. Priced from £151.50 for a one night stay on bed and breakfast basis at three star London Heathrow Premier Travel Inn for two adults and two children (under 16) including two day passes into park for whole family. Valid Friday – Sunday from 18 July to 8 September. Chessington World Of Adventures is full of rides and attractions especially for under-12s, including ‘The Land of Dragons’ for 2 – 7 year olds. Priced from £176 per family of four (two adults and two children up to age 11) to include a one night stay at four star Copthorne Gatwick Hotel, including breakfast and day-long entrance to park for all family. Valid Friday to Sunday until 31 October. Alton Towers Theme Park features famous rides including Nemesis, Oblivion and Air and new for this year, ‘Rita – Queen of Speed’. Priced from £188 family of four (two adults and two children up to age 11) to include a one night stay at three star Quality Hotel, Ashbourne in Derbyshire. Price includes one night’s accommodation with breakfast for adults (children pay locally)and one day’s entry to Alton Towers for all family. Valid Friday – Sunday until 31 August.
Accommodation in ScotlandWritten by Mag. Peter Csar Laird of Glencairn
Congratulations! You have chosen a really great destination for your holidays!
You can find B&Bs not only in almost every little village but also in very remote regions. There it´s particularly farm houses who are offering inexpensive but excellent accommodation. Just look for "B&B" signs on road and I guarantee you you will have success. Before I bought 20 acres of Scotland I had visited this charming country many times and there was only one reason why I had to drive 3 hours to find a free room. It was on first Saturday in September and evening after famous Braemar Gathering ...
Beside this I really NEVER had any problems but if you travel in July or August I nevertheless give you good advise to look for a B&B in time (from 3 or 4 pm).
If you really cannot find a B&B you don´t have to worry. There are enough other accommodations like more expensive hotels, a lot of cottages and youth hostels and numerous well-equipped camping places. Moreover 141 tourist offices throughtout Scotland will certainly try to find a suitable accommodation.