Haven has holidays from £3pp a night – plus kids eat for £1

HAVEN still has hundreds of staycations onsale for under £100 per stay this year.

The cheapest deals are available from £49 per stay, meaning you could bag a staycation from £3pp a night.

Haven still has hundreds of staycations from £49 per stay (£3pp a night)


Haven still has hundreds of staycations from £49 per stay (£3pp a night)Credit: Haven

Plus, you can book your holiday with £30 deposits too.

From Monday to Friday, kids can also eat breakfast or lunch for just £1 when a main adult meal is purchased.

The offer includes every kid’s meal from the kids’ menu, as well as the morning menu.

The £1 meals will be available during the week from 9am to 4pm, from March 3 to November 3.

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Last year, the holiday company added more than 500,000 free activity spaces and 10 million swim sessions across the parks.

Haven has also announced its new ‘Seaside Squad’ line-up, with changes to the group of mascots who’ve been entertaining children at the holiday parks for over 30 years.

New additions include George, Jaz, Rory and Annie. The new line-up will debut in parks with a brand-new show this year.

Some parks also have new adventure villages, new cashless arcades and jump towers.

Adults can enjoy activities and entertainment, too, with dance nights, quizzes and bingo, to name a few.

Here are some of the best deals we’ve found under £100 this year:



The holidays are available with Haven’s ‘Hideaway’ option – their saver package that doesn’t include any onsite entertainment.

This is ideal for people looking to relax and use a Haven park as a base to explore the surrounding region.

The Hideaway option includes self-contained accommodation and access to Haven’s onsite restaurants, takeaway, and shops.

Meanwhile, the ‘Haven’ package, available at an extra cost, gives you access to all of Haven’s amenities, including day and night-time entertainment, restaurants, swimming pools, and sports like bungee trampolining and go-karting.

The holiday parks are also filled with activities for little ones, from characters’ meet & greet during the day to singalong movie experiences and interactive quizzes in the evening.

For a hotel stay instead, Premier Inn has family rooms from £8.75pp a night, and kids get to eat free.

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You could also save money on theme park holidays by taking a coach this year, with Legoland and Disneyland trips from £129pp.

Or for holidays abroad, Jet2holidays has free child places on all breaks this summer, with beach holidays from £487pp.

From Monday to Friday, kids can eat breakfast or lunch for just £1 too


From Monday to Friday, kids can eat breakfast or lunch for just £1 tooCredit: Haven Holidays


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