HAVEN has launched holidays for 2021, with bargain deals for the Easter holidays and May half-term, as well as the summer holidays.

Some of the deals work out to just £32 each when staying for three nights.

Three-nights during Easter start from just £129 for the whole family, while May half-term breaks start from £299.

A week away in the summer starts from £549 for a family of four, working out to £137 each.

There are options across the popular Cornwall and Devon holiday destinations, as well as in Kent, Norfolk, the Lake District and Sussex, along with Wales and Scotland.

You can also pay just £30 for a deposit to secure your holiday for next year, along with monthly payment plans.

  • Three nights at Haven in Easter 2021 – from £129
  • Three nights at Haven in May half-term 2021 – from £299
  • Seven nights at Haven in summer 2021 – from £549

Their holidays are also covered by the Book with Confidence Guarantee, which lets you change to a different date or get a refund if you no longer want to stay, or new restrictions are introduced by the UK government.

Holidays are also expecting to be in high demand for 2021, as families opt for staycations again next summer.

In August, camping website Pitchup.com had 1,400 bookings for next summer – an increase of 500 per cent.

Canopy and Stars who offer glamping holidays had more bookings for August 2021 than this August.

According to the Guardian, holiday home owners such as Under the Thatch, a collection of Welsh holiday cottages, and Blackberry Wood treehouses in East Sussex, have just a few weekends available for the whole of their 2021 season.

Cornwall and Devon, two of the most popular destinations for Brits, have seen some cottages sell out for all of summer, with some bookings as far ahead as 2023.

Under the Thatch founder Greg Stevenson warned: "People have only got to look at our calendars to see that there is a genuine chance they will miss out, and not get the places that are normally still available in our peak summer booking period."

While he added that people will still be able to find cottages and campsites if they book much later next year, it is unlikely to have much choice – meaning a beach-front house or sea-view caravan might be off the cards.

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