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HOW TO CLAIM YOUR UK FREE STAY HOTEL & RESORT BREAKS

Best Hotel Breaks gives you and a guest free hotel accommodation for up to 6 nights at participating hotels throughout the UK, Channel Islands and Ireland.

The UK My Free Stay Hotel breaks entitles you to

1. Two people sharing a free twin or double bedroom for up to 6 nights when you pay the stated minimum daily rate per person on meals (breakfast and dinner).

2. The charges specified under each hotel is for the daily rate are per person per night for breakfast and dinner. Telephone calls, cigarettes, drinks etc. are separate.

3. Discounts and offers may also be available for children and friends, check with the hotel at the time of booking.

4. Upgrades to sea view, four poster rooms or suites are subject to a supplement per person, per night.

5. Codes are subject to one use per household. Choose your preferred hotel break and make a booking with the hotel; quoting the reference on each hotel page, along with your unique reference code.

Full terms and conditions can be viewed here

The UK My Free Stay Resort breaks entitles you to

1. Access to our collection of exclusive UK resorts and leisure destinations to enjoy a free stay accommodation.

2. Your Free stay Resort breaks holiday with free accommodation is subject to each partner resorts stated terms and conditions.

3. Discounts and offers may also be available for upgrades, length of stay and other onsite facilities all subject to each resort at the time of booking.

4. All offers with the free stay resort accommodation are subject to availability and selected times of the year as specified by each resort.

5. Simply use your unique voucher code to Access the directory of participating UK resort partners and choose your preferred Resort destination and travel dates for booking your Free Stay break.

Full terms and conditions can be viewed here


CHESHIRE

This beautiful county is the perfect place to explore this year! From vibrant towns and villages to the historic city of Chester, you can be sure of a truly unforgettable experience wherever you choose to visit.


CUMBRIA

Cumbria and the Lake District are often used interchangeably, such is the lure of the landscape of mountains and lakes that makes up one of England’s most beautiful regions. Tall peaks, big lakes and beautiful vistas are found here, within the protected confines of the Lake District National Park.


DERBYSHIRE

Derbyshire in the East Midlands is all about enjoying the great outdoors in the heart of the Peak District countryside.


DEVON

With its plentiful waterways, quaint market towns, bustling cities, coastal resorts and rural retreats, Devon is the ultimate holiday destination. This diverse county has everything you could think of and a little more besides!


DORSET

Dorset is perfect for a laid back, relaxing break or day out or one that's full of activity and adventure...the choice is yours! One thing we know for sure it that you'll be amazed by Dorset's stunning scenery, friendly welcome and things to do.


ESSEX

Essex promises to be the ideal destination to create lasting memories. Situated on the doorstep of London, discover the county that has Britain’s first city, is Britain’s driest county, is the birthplace of radio and home to the world’s longest pier.


GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Gloucestershire lies on the northern edge of the South-West of England, famous for the many beautiful Cotswold towns and villages such as Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tewkesbury and The Slaughters. Filled with outstanding picturesque views across the River Severn and simply amazing scenic countryside settings.


HERTFORDSHIRE

Stunning stately homes, wild days out, cultural escapes and magical memories - Hertfordshire is the perfect place for your next short break in England.


ISLE OF MAN

Rising dramatically out of the Irish Sea, the Isle of Man enchants first-time visitors with its craggy coastline dotted with medieval forts, towers, and castles.


LANCASHIRE

Lancashire offers a tantalising glimpse into a county of contrasting landscapes, with wide, open spaces, diverse heritage and plentiful food and drink, covering 3,075 km2 of England’s North West.


LEICESTERSHIRE

A county with over 2,000 years of history where you are guaranteed a traditional taste of England and a landscape perfect for gentle adventures or active escapes. Discover the place where tourism began and unravel the mystery of King Richard III – the last Plantagenet King of England.


NORFOLK

Discover Norfolk, whether you’re interested in culture and arts, history and heritage, outdoors and wildlife or if you’re looking for things to do with your friends and family or places to go, this is where your journey begins…


NORTHUMBERLAND

Northumberland is a land of big adventures, breathtaking beauty and unlimited possibilities. Discover romantically ruinous castles, barely-visited beaches, bunting-strewn market towns, and enjoy unlimited experiences. Northumberland is England’s northernmost county, and it sits right on the border with Scotland. It’s historical hot property, a land long fought over by kingdoms and invaders – evident in its many castles, citadels and the 2,000-year-old Hadrian’s Wall. From Roman fortresses to enchanting isles, here’s where to go on your Northumberland holiday.


SUFFOLK

Immerse yourself in live music festivals, swanky coastal towns, and local microbreweries producing some of the best beer in the world. Suffolk is packed to the brim with adventure; explore safari parks where you can see lions and zebra roaming free, or rent a pastel beach hut on the North Sea.


SHROPSHIRE

You can be assured of a warm welcome, an abundance of real food and real ales, entertaining festivals, independent shops and eateries and plenty of great walks.


WARWICKSHIRE

Warwickshire, in the heart of England, is best known for the county where William Shakespeare was born. The county has royal connections through the magnificent Warwick Castle and also Royal Leamington Spa - made Royal in 1830 by a visit from Queen Victoria.


YORKSHIRE

The Yorkshire Dales is known for its stone walls and barns in Wharfedale, Wensleydale and Swaledale, topped by the famous Three Peaks, and home to market towns and bustling villages. Further east, the North York Moors and Yorkshire Wolds lead to the Yorkshire Coast, resorts of Scarborough, Bridlington, and Filey, the fishing port of Whitby, and the international port of Hull. The major cities of Leeds and Sheffield offer many urban activities, with York and its Minster one of the UK's most popular destinations. Throughout Yorkshire there are varied attractions to visit and many delightful towns and villages to explore.


WALES

Famous for its rugged coastline, mountainous National Parks and not forgetting the Celtic Welsh language. It's a pretty cool country to live in or to visit. Not only does it have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the Welsh people are known as one of the friendliest.


RESORT BREAKS

CUMBRIA

Cumbria and the Lake District are often used interchangeably, such is the lure of the landscape of mountains and lakes that makes up one of England’s most beautiful regions. Tall peaks, big lakes and beautiful vistas are found here, within the protected confines of the Lake District National Park.


DEVON

Whether you’re looking for adventure, experiences, culture or some R&R, Devon is the place for you. This diverse county has everything you could think of and a little more besides! From the bustling historic cities of Plymouth and Exeter, where you can enjoy live music, an active nightlife and all the culture you could consume, to the varied coastlines, the abundance of AONBs, the popular English Riviera and everything else in between.


LONDON

London, the capital of England, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. The imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey. Across the Thames River, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city.


YORKSHIRE

The Yorkshire Dales is known for its stone walls and barns in Wharfedale, Wensleydale and Swaledale, topped by the famous Three Peaks, and home to market towns and bustling villages.


SCOTLAND

Scotland is a place of quiet escapes and energising cities, a spot for solo trips to try something new or family adventures to share memories. But don't just take our word for it. Far North Scotland has been named as one of Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel destinations for 2024!