February Half-Term Breaks

When is February Half-Term

February half-term, which is also known as Spring Half-Term, usually falls in the last week of February in the UK and Ireland. The dates will differ based on local school and borough council decisions, but is offered by most schools as the break between Winter and Spring. You can use this handy tool from the Government’s website to find out half-term dates near you: click here.

February half-term generally lasts around a week, with children enjoying Monday to Friday out of school. The question on many parents’ mind is what to do with them! Local councils up and down the UK and Ireland offer activies to keep youngsters busy however many families choose to use the Spring half-term as an opportunity for a short break holiday.

UK February Half-Term Holidays

As February half-term falls around 6 to 7 weeks after the new year, many families choose to use this time to spend some time on a UK short break. Why bother with the hassle of packing your luggage and driving to the airport, with its many queues and hassles when you can drive a few hours at most in many cases and enjoy a break that’s right for you, in the UK or Ireland. The downside of course is that you can find a fairly cheap short-haul European holiday, which in many cases is cheaper than ‘staycating’ more locally.

Whatever you and your family are into, if you’re looking for something in the we’re sure we have something suitable for you!

UK Family Caravan Park Holidays

A caravan holiday caters for those looking for something very affordable through to luxury holiday makers. We partner with a range of caravan holiday providers, with breaks starting from just £9 per person, per night for a basic caravan through to the more luxurious, high-end caravans from just £25 per person per night

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UK Family Cottage & Apartment Holidays

Cottages and apartments throughout the UK offer more of a home away from home as they’re usually self-catering with provided bedding and cutlery. Cottages and apartments give a more personal stay than hotels if you want to enjoy a change in scenery without leaving the comforts of your home. Many cottages and apartments are attended to daily with new bedding provided alongside a general tidy up however most are done once or twice a week, giving you your own privacy. Apartments and cottages vary in price with lots of bargains and deals available.

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UK Family Holiday Parks

Holiday parks in the UK are fond destinations for families with kids aged between 2 and 16. Holiday parks usually have a number of leisure activities included on the park meaning that all the fun and entertainment are right where you’re staying! Most holiday parks included sports facilities including swimming pools and many have adventure playgrounds and fairground and arcade amusements. Most holiday parks also include live entertainment for all ages.

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UK Family Hotel Breaks

If you’re looking for a family break away in a city or town then consider a hotel break to take away the stress of keeping your accommodation tidy, with many offering breakfast and dinner allowing you to enjoy the rest of your day. Many hotels offer kids’ specials during the half-term too allowing kids to eat or even stay for free!

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UK Family Lodge Holidays

Lodge holidays are similar cottages and apartments in the sense of being self-catering, however they’re a lot closer to nature, many set in beautiful woodlands, with walks and activities to match such as climbing, abseiling or mountain biking. If you’re not into adventure then enjoy the natural settings and have a relaxing break in a self-catering lodge.

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