Seasonal Weekend Breaks

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There is nothing like a special time of the year to make a Weekend Break even more special


The festive season is a great time to get away from it all and allow yourselves to be pampered. Many hotels provide special packages which include entertainment as well as Christmas Day lunch and other festivities.

Cottages provide a break away with the privacy of the home from home atmosphere the ideal get away without the formality of a hotel. For more information on the Festive breaks on offer Festive - Christmas & New Year Breaks

New Year

The ultimate party of the year … hotels often provide special packages which include a spectacular New Year’s Eve event and lavish entertainment. Or why not rent a cottage and have a house party, very popular with groups of friends of those with young children. There is no better place to celebrate the New Year than in Edinburgh of course where the UK’s largest party takes place in the heart of Edinburgh’s capital city.


The long Easter Weekend is always a good time to take a break. It often heralds the start of spring and is a great time to shake of the winter blues and get out and about to explore a new place, with Easter Eggs, Easter Bonnets and chocolate overload enjoy an Easter Weekend Break.

Easter Breaksfrom £15. Choose from a a selection of breaks across the UK.

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Valentines Day

The most romantic day of the year is February the 14th, when lovers everywhere spend time together. A treat is to make it into a short break or a weekend away. Valentines Breaks at hotels often include those extra special little touches, a special room, a romantic bed, flowers, champagne and chocolate. Why not plan your Valentines Break soon, the Better the plan the more romantic the Valentine’s Day celebration.

Mothers Day

Treating your mum is a must on Mothers Day. Lunch out is always popular but many people now make the excuse of taking a family break together to celebrate the one day of the year when Mum’s everywhere are supposed to relax and put their feet up.