FAMILIES in need of a holiday can still grab bargain last minute deals for the summer this year.
Camber Sands in Rye is a popular location, just under two hours from London, for Brits who want a break by the seaside.
Bargain holidays can still be found in some parts of the UKCredit: Alamy Live News
Many campsites and caravan parks are claiming they are already fully booked this summer, with a British boom of UK holidays.
With many being reluctant to jump on a plane right now, families are instead opting for staycations a bit closer to home this year.
Thankfully there are still some locations that have bookings available – if you’re quick.
They might even be cheaper this year, thanks to the government’s VAT reduction from 20 per cent to five per cent – which some tour operators are passing onto guests to encourage bookings.
We’ve rounded up some of the best deals you can take advantage of this summer.
Here are some of the best places you can stay in Camber Sands and RyeCredit: Alamy Live News
- Three nights in Camber Sands Airbnb apartment – £60pppn
- Three nights in Camber Sands Airbnb chalet – £27pppn
- Seven nights at Pontins Camber Sands – £7pppn
- Seven nights at Camber Sands with Parkdean – £18pppn
- Seven nights at Camber Sands Airbnb townhouse – £49pppn
- Three nights at lodge at Winchelsea Beach – £25pppn
- Three nights in Rye converted barn with Airbnb – £98pppn
- Three nights in Rye apartment – £41pppn
- Seven nights at Rye Harbour with Park Holidays – £17pppn
- Seven nights in Rye cottage with Airbnb – £46pppn
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