IF you want to escape this year, you should grab one of our super Sun Hols starting at £9.50.
Join the millions of people who have booked vacations with us over the past 30 years.
Choose from over 170 holiday parks in the UK and Europe. Availability until November.
We’ve simplified booking by removing extra fees such as service fees and busy date patches; that means the price you see is the price you pay.
Choose from our three-night weekend or midweek offer, or take advantage of four nights for the price of three.
Collect TEN codewords, coins or Sun Savers code to book. We will print one each day until January 31st.
Today’s codeword and symbol is here and your Sun Saves code is on Page 20.
Book online by collecting the TEN code word and going to thesun.co.uk/holidays.
Or book via mail by collecting TEN tokens and sending them back with the booking form available for download at thesun.co.uk/holidays.
Sun Saves members can book through the Sun Saves app or online at sunsavers.co.uk.
Go to Offers and click “Start Collecting” on the £9.50 Holidays page, then enter the code TEN Sunscreen to unlock the reservation.
Get your reservation as soon as you have all ten codewords, coins or Sun Savers codes.
- Terms and Conditions: Price per person based on 4 shares. Multiple token/code collection. Depending on availability. Terms and conditions and date restrictions apply. See thesun.co.uk/holidays for full Terms and Conditions.
“NICE TO SEE COLE HAS THE BEST TIME”
LITTLE Cole Hartley is eager to go from the moment he arrives at the holiday park and doesn’t stop until it’s time to leave.
His 4-year-old and nine-month-old brother Edison, who likes breaks with his parents Jasmine and Alex, especially enjoys the pool and the sea.
Jasmine, 32, marketing manager, says the beauty of Parkdean Resorts Cayton Bay Holiday Park near Scarborough in North York is its proximity to great beaches.
He said: “It’s so nice to see Cole having such a great time when we get the chance to come to Cayton Bay. He really shines as we enjoy the open spaces and fresh air.”
Jasmine, 36, a plumber from Selby, North York, and Alex first went on a Sun Vacation seven years ago.
They always load up Cole’s bike and scooter and groceries to give them the option to cook.
‘WE LOVE THE CARAVAN BUT THIS IS BETTER’
RETIRED couple John and Pamela Totney love to ride their bikes and are always quick to take a Sun bargain break.
John, 71, says: “We’ve always been avid campers, but you can’t beat Sun Holidays on price, so we’re choosing them now.”
They spent their last break for five days at Duinrell Holiday Park in the Netherlands.
The couple started a metal plating company near their home in Rowley Regis, West Mids, in 1981.
It is now run by their 45-year-old son, Richard, who first tried Sun Vacation with his own family 12 years ago.
Pamela, 70, explains: “We chased after him a little bit, but then we started coming ourselves. We knew right away that we were on to something good.
“From those early days we’ve traveled all over England and to France and of course we love the Netherlands, which is ideal for cycling.”
‘IT IS PERFECT TO BE THIS CLOSE TO THE BEACH’
GEMMA CUNNINGHAM and her partner Gerry Paton spent most of their Highland holidays with their two-year-old daughter Evie.
The family loved the friendly staff, swimming pool, activities and entertainment at Grannie’s Heilan’ Hame Holiday Park in Dornoch.
But aside from the nearby beach, the family from Bathgate, West Lothian took care to visit several local attractions, including Old Wick Castle.
Gemma, a junkyard worker, and Gerry, who runs her own motor vehicle business, felt that the break was so successful that they went twice in three months.
Gerry, 34, said: “We don’t really go on vacations abroad – why go with The Sun when you can go for a fraction of the price?”
Gemma, 31, added: “It was perfect that the beach was so close to the park. Everything was within walking distance.”
‘WE LOVE GOING TO SUNDAYS ABROAD’
As for Sun Hols starting at £9.50, Pete and Lesley Westwood are European champions.
The Wolverhampton couple has taken 18 of their last 20 sun holidays abroad.
Lesley, a 63-year-old caregiver, explains that they started their Euro adventures after builder husband Pete, 61, injured his leg in a work accident.
“Pete has been unemployed for over three years,” he says.
“We kept dreaming of a European vacation without costing us too much money and Sun Holidays gave us the perfect opportunity.
“All these years ago we camped in a tent near the beach in the south of France.
“Our thirst for foreign holidays is still as strong as ever.
“Traveling to Europe by ferry and car is definitely the best way to see so many different countries without breaking the bank.
“This is a hot topic these days.”