Last-minute UK breaks for the May bank holiday weekend from £119 per stay

BRITS looking forward to the next long bank holiday weekend can still book a last minute UK break for a staycation.

Though the early May bank holiday was a bit of a wash out, there's still hope for better weather on the next long weekend – and some cheap deals available.

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Brits have been opting for UK holidays this summer, as uncertainty continues over holiday hotspots abroad.

This has meant that the staycation has once again become the popular choice for holidaymakers.

This has also led to overbooking problems and limited availability – with many UK companies reporting being fully booked or near capacity, particularly in south-west hotspots.

However, there are still deals to be found for the bank holiday – these are the best across the country, with prices starting from £119.

  • Haven Holidays 28 May 2021 3-night breaks from £369
  • Haven Holidays 31 May 2021 4-night breaks from £477
  • Park Holidays UK 28 May 2021 3-night breaks from £367
  • Park Holidays UK 31 may 2021 4-night breaks from £441
  • Pontins 28 May 2021 3-night breaks from £119
  • Pontins 31 May 4-night breaks from £199
  • Hoseasons Holiday Park 3-night breaks from £239 
  • Snaptrip beach located holiday rentals 3-night breaks from £369
  • VRBO holiday rentals 3-night breaks from £247
  • John Fowler Holidays breaks from £259
  • Shorefield Holidays breaks from £482
  • Sykes cottages 3-night breaks from £367
  • Premier Inn – Seaside hotels from £52 per room, per night               
  • Booking.com – hotel rooms from £42 per room, per night             
  • Brittania Seaside Hotels from £40 per room, per night      

There's a range of breaks available, whether you're after a holiday park stay, want to settle in at a cosy cottage or fancy checking in to a seaside hotel.

The spring bank holiday takes place on Monday 31 May in England and Wales.

It will be the first bank holiday when hotels will be allowed to welcome guests, as they are able to reopen from May 17.

From that date, only two households can stay together at a hotel, with no limit on people – for example, this means two households of four people could stay together, taking the total number of people to eight.

If from more than two households, then the rule of six must be obeyed.

If you're looking for more staycation inspiration, we've found the best UK holiday parks with children’s entertainment and the best holiday parks with outdoor pools.

There are also great UK coach trips for families and campsites with availability for summer.

Alternatively, we've found holiday park party weekenders, cheap staycation breaks with hot tubs and treehouse stays.

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