There’s a new all-inclusive Turkey 3-month holiday that costs just £19 a day – so you can ‘wfh by the pool’ | The Sun

THIS year you can swap the work-from-home for a work-from-holiday, from £19 a day.

The deal is for the "digital nomads", who can log in and work from any location and is available with On the Beach.

The travel company is offering an 84-night stay at four and five-star vacation resorts in Turkey.

The only catch is that you'll have to leave this week.

By leaving this month, you'll enjoy highs of up to 25 degrees and escape the gloomy British weather.

The five-star Lake and River Side Hotel and Spa and Aska Just in Beach are available, while the four-star Kleopatra Atlas Hotel is another option.

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Each hotel offers a variety of dining options, swimming pools, warm weather, and, most importantly, a stone's throw from the beach.

The all-inclusive package includes flights to Antalya from Manchester or Gatwick Airport in January, with return flights landing in the UK in late March.

The packages have a choice of two departure dates: from January 4 to March 29 or from January 5 to March 30.

The four-star all Inclusive option costs £1,585 per person, which works out at £19pp per night.

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While the five-star all Inclusive option is available for £1,850 per person (£22pp per night).

To book and jet off this week, you'll have to call On the Beach sales on 0871743000.

Choose option 1, and mention "work from holiday" to make a reservation.

You could save up to £500 on typical monthly expenses while in Turkey, such as paying for bills, food, entertainment, and transportation, according to the Average UK Household Budget 2023.

We also found out how to bag a foreign holiday for under £100, including hotel and flights.

You could also sleep in a converted army helicopter from £28pp a night.

Or other weird Airbnb rentals, including a lighthouse and a former train.

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