Perfect if you’re wanting to take your under 5 away after the hectic school holiday period – this deal is valid between 23 September-25 October.
This 7-night all-inclusive package to Crete, saves you up to 52% on what it could cost to put together yourself!
Now £399 per person (from £79 per child), it includes return flights, transfers, a week’s 5-star accommodation, all meals, drinks and snacks, and more!
Cretan Pearl Resort & Spa (4/5 Trip Advisor rating) is on the Crete’s west coast, nine miles from the city of Chania. It’s set on Stavros Akrotiriou, a peninsula where “Zorba the Greek” was filmed. As well as a luxurious spa, the hotel has a large sea-view swimming pool and a children’s pool with water slides.
Dining options include a Mediterranean restaurant, a champagne bar, a poolside tapas bar and a café with sea views.
Deluxe Rooms come with a private balcony, a rain shower, and bathrobes and slippers.
**We’ve had a quick look on the hotel’s website, and this room can accommodate between 2-4 persons**
- Return flights
- Return transfers
- Seven nights at the 5-star Cretan Pearl Resort & Spa (4/5 Trip Advisor rating), in a Double Room-Side Sea View
- Welcome drink
- All-inclusive board
- 10% discount on spa treatments
Travel on select dates between 23 September-25 October from London (Gatwick, Luton or Stansted), Dublin, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford or Manchester. It’s from £449 per person to travel from Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow or Newcastle.
- Stay five nights from £349 per person
- Stay 10 nights from £499 per person
- Upgrade to a Superior Room-Sea View from £30 more per room, per night
- The supplement for solo travellers is from £35 per night
- Child rates start at £149 per child aged 2-11 (infants from £79)
- Transfers & baggage
Return transfers are included. Checked luggage starts from £40 per bag, returnCLICK HERE TO BOOK
Need to buy train tickets to the airport?
Our top choice for UK train tickets is Virgin Trains – they search the whole rail network, not just Virgin routes. What’s more, they don’t add booking fees or charge you for using your credit card. Also worth a look is Trainline. They buy up seat allocations in bulk, meaning they can sometimes pass on better discounts than rivals.
Need to buy coach or bus tickets to the airport?
If you’re travelling by bus, these days National Express really makes an effort to be family friendly. With booster seats, wifi, air con and power sockets for tablets – as well as bargain prices when compared to train – they’re worth a look. With their £8 Family Coachcard kids go free.
Need to hire a car?
If you’re looking for cheap car hire, our top pick is comparison site CarRentals. Rated 9/10 on Trustpilot, it is 100% focussed on car hire comparison. It checks over 50 car hire firms to bring you the best offers.
Need an airport taxi or shuttle bus?
Save stress and money – reserve your airport taxi or shuttle bus in advance using Hoppa. This highly popular service takes the worry out of holiday pick ups.
Need airport parking?
We like Holiday Extras. It gives you lots of options and offers a lowest-price guarantee.
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