NOW is the best time to bag the cheapest Easter staycations in 2024, as prices start from £9pp a night.
Most deals can be booked with deposits from £30, and monthly payment plans are also available.
The school Easter holiday should run from March 29 to April 12, 2024.
The Good Friday bank holiday falls on March 29, and Easter Monday on April 1.
There are lodges, apartments, camping and glamping options to suit every demand.
Popular holiday parks, including Haven, Parkdean Resorts, Pontins, and Away Resorts, are offering the biggest discounts and are already starting to sell out.
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Locations include some seaside favourites in Devon, Cornwall, Essex, Norfolk, and Yorkshire.
There will be various Easter-themed events at the parks, like themed games, sand art, pottery painting, and family Easter hunts.
The themed activities will be offered in addition to the regular park entertainment.
Here are some of the best deals we've found for next year:
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The Haven holiday parks will have themed activities and entertainment every day.
- 3 nights at The Orchards, Essex -from £199 per stay on March 29
- 3 nights at Combe Haven, Sussex -from £199 per stay on March 29
- 3 nights at Berwick, Northumberland -from £199 per stay on March 29
- 3 nights at Doniford Bay, Somerset – from £157 per stay on April 5
- 3 nights at Blue Dolphin, Yorkshire -from £157 per stay on April 5
- 4 nights at Quay West, South Wales – from £197 per stay on April 1
- 4 nights at Riviere Sands, Cornwall – from £208 per stay on April 1
The deals are all part of Haven's 'Hideaway' option – the saver package that doesn't include on-site entertainment.
The 'Haven' package, available at an extra cost, gives you access to all of Haven's amenities, including day and night-time entertainment.
With more than 60 parks across the country, Parkdean Resorts released hundreds of stays over the Easter break.
You'll find options between two, three, four and seven-night stays.
On top of the themed activities, the parks offer swimming pools, daytime and evening entertainment and on-site restaurants.
- 3 nights at Nodes Point, Isle of Wight – from £239 per stay on March 29
- 3 nights at Kessingland Beach, East Anglia – from £269 per stay on March 29
- 4 nights at Highfield Grange, Clacton on Sea, Essex – from £249 per stay on April 1
Away Resorts has nine holiday parks in the UK, including the Isle of Wight, Cornwall, North Wales and the New Forest.
There are many self-catering options for beach lovers, and some accommodations even have private hot tubs.
- 3 nights at Cleethorpes Pearl, Lincolnshire – from £332 per stay on March 29
- 4 nights at Newquay Bay, Cornwall – from £280 per stay on April 1
Pontins has deals at Camber Sands in Sussex, Prestatyn Sands in Wales and Southport.
At the parks, kids can enjoy crazy golf, trampolines, go-karts, fun bikes, and more activities.
- 3 nights at Camber Sands or Southport – from £189 per stay on March 29
- 3 nights at Camber Sands or Southport – from £169 per stay on April 1
We've also revealed the cheapest UK holiday park deals in 2024, with stays from £3pp a night and low deposits.
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If you'd rather go away this year, Haven launched Christmas breaks from £6pp a night, with themed activities and entertainment.
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