Spring Bank Holiday availability 2010

One of the best things about Spring, aside from better weather, more daylight and the fact that everything starts to look prettier, is that you also get more bank holidays than any other time of the year. No sooner are we back from Easter breaks then we have another two bank holidays to look forward to in May.

If you want to start planning your holidays then you might like to know that short breaks are now available for May Spring Bank holiday 2010. We’re still a few weeks away but you’ll already find some great savings on properties listed with cottages4you.

Click here to search UK cottages for 7 nights for 4 people starting Saturday 29 May

Click here to search UK cottages for 3 nights for 4 people starting Friday 28 May

Click here to search UK cottages for 2 nights for 4 people starting Saturday 29 May

Click here to search UK cottages for 4 nights for 4 people starting Monday 31 May

Click here to visit the advanced search page on cottages4you and tailor your search.

One thought on “Spring Bank Holiday availability 2010

  1. Just wanted to write a review about Higher Churchtown Farm near Launceton in Cornwall – we spent a lovely week with 6 friends and their babies here and the cottage was amazing. The owners bent over backwarnds to make sure our stay was as enjoyable as possibly, including a tour of the farm on the tractor, scones, tea, biscuits on arrival, and just generally making us feel really welcome. This is perfect for family get-togethers as well as just for a gropud of friends and even if there is only two of you they have a cottage on sight that sleeps 2 – so no excuses! It was perfect and I would recommend it to anyone!

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