Travelzoo launches cheap UK, short-haul and long-haul holiday vouchers – with Maldives from £60pp a night

TRAVELZOO has launched voucher deals on long haul holidays and UK breaks where you can book now and decide on travel dates later.

All of the vouchers are fully refundable, with travel dates for many trips available into late 2021 andsome into early 2022.

The biggest saving is 57 percent off a two-night stay at Jurys Inn Oxford City in Oxford, including breakfast, for £22pp a night.

Those who take advantage of the fully refundable deals can decide what dates they'd like to travel after they book.

Most of the vouchers are available up to late January, though some are available until February 16.

The best deals in the UK are:

  • 2-night stay at the Leonardo Royal Hotel in Edinburgh, inc. breakfast – £22pp – book here
  • 2-night stay at The Penwig Hotel in New Quay, West Wales, inc. breakfast – £22pp – book here
  • 2-night stay at Georgian House & Mews in York inc. a cream tea and a bottle of bubbly – £39.50pp – book here
  • Overnight stay at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London City near Tower Bridge in London inc. breakfast – £45pp – book here
  • 2-night stay at The White Hart Pub & Rooms in Wells, Somerset, inc. a bottle of bubbly – £22pp – book here
  • 2-night stay at Jurys Inn Oxford City, Oxford inc. breakfast – £22pp – book here
  • 2-night luxury stay at the five-star Goldsborough Hall near Harrogate, North Yorkshire inc. a three-AA-Rosette dinner – £75pp – book here

There are discounts on long-haul holidays too, to destinations including Palma in Majorca, The Maldives and Venice, Italy.

Travel dates vary but some run as late as August 22 next year, depending on the deal.

The best long-haul holiday deals are:

Boutique stay at the Sea Star Rocks Boutique Hotel in Camps Bay, South Africa – £84.50pp

There's a white-sand beach, bars and shops along the promenade just a five-minute drive from this boutique hotel in Cape Town, South Africa. Stay for £84.50pp a night including breakfast and a bottle of wine per visit.

5-night stay in a Garden Villa at the five-star all inclusive Furaveri Maldives – £60pp a night

A sunset cruise, daily breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, 24-hour alcoholic and soft drinks, a snorkelling session, a local island excursion and a half bottle of Champagne are just some of the perks of staying at this five-star resort in the Maldives. Activities are also included as part of your all-inclusive stay for £60pp a night.

2-night stay at the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal in Venice, Italy – £90pp a night

Guests at Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal in Venice get breakfast, a welcome drink, a dinner credit and a bottle of Prosecco – all for £90pp a night. The hotel's restaurant has a waterfront setting with views of gondolas on the Great Canal.

2-night stay at the five-star Summum Prime Boutique Hotel in Palma, Majorca – £90pp a night

This five-star hotel in the heart of Palma provides guests with two tickets to the Es Baluard Museum and two tickets to the Joan Miró Museum. Breakfast and a welcome drink are included as part of a stay – from £90pp a night.

Though it's not possible to travel abroad at the moment due to the UK lockdown, banning all non-essential travel, you can get a holiday planned for later in the year.

Sandals have up to 45% off far flung holiday destinations and Virgin Atlantic have up to 30% off flights to Orlando, Las Vegas and the Caribbean.

The easyJet sale has up to £300 off holidays and 40 per cent off flights and Jet2's sale includes £100 off holidays and 10 per cent off flights.

Newmarket Holidays have 15% off 2021 coach trip breaks and there are lots of cheap all inclusive holidays for summer 2021- and all have free child places.

If you fancy staying in the UK, holiday parks are also offering huge bargains – some of which start from £3pp a night.

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