There are so many choices of where to stay during your time away.
With so many people having different experiences, how can you know which is best for your family?
We’ve put together a list of the four main choices and the pros and cons to help you decide.
Pros – Cottages are easy to book and tend to be cheaper than a hotel. Sites like www.cumbrian-cottages.co.uk make something to fit every budget and you can even look at independent reviews and see photos of the actual rooms you’ll be staying in. You also get the place to yourselves and can be as alone as you want.
Cons – You’ll need to buy or bring your own food, and prepare your own meals or eat out.
Pros – Easy to book with a travel agent, you can go all-inclusive to keep the work you do minimal. You often get great facilities such as a pool.
Cons – Hotels tend to be one of the more expensive options, especially if you use a travel agent. You’ll have to deal with neighbours just a wall or a floor away.
Pros – These are easy to book and are available in many areas. You can get a great deal and can be the most affordable option.
Cons – Unless you own your own, you’ll be restrained to a caravan park, which can be noisy. They tend to have the least amount of space out of all the options.
Pros – Even the name has luxury written all over it! You can choice from a huge variety of options usually in hot countries. You can normally search to include luxuries such as a pool or gym.
Cons – These are normally the most expensive option. You’ll have to fork out a lot of cash to get the type of home you dream of for your break away.
For value for money, a cottage away is a great option, but opinions differ greatly from one person to the next.