Pontins New Years Eve Break – 3 Nights £199 per Family
If you’re looking for something cheap and cheerful to do with the family over New Years Eve, then be sure to check out these cheap breaks at Pontins from just £199 per Family.
There are stacks of options available for 3 night stays at a choice of four UK Locations.
Pontins invites holidaymakers to welcome the New Year with a fun-packed break with lots of activities and live entertainment every evening. The experience is complemented with vocalists’, comedians’, and party bands’ shows, as well as games, karaoke nights, and discos for adults and children alike.
Facilities such as play areas, go-karts, skate parks, trampolines, crazy golf and heated indoor swimming pools are available at the parks.
In Somerset, Brean Sands Holiday Park peers across the sands of the West Country coast to the waves of the Bristol Channel.
Guests can also opt for a stay at Camber Sands Holiday Park in the east of Sussex, with a beach within walking distance that stretches towards the historic town of Rye.
Overlooking Welsh stretches of countryside, Prestatyn Sands Holiday Park sits just a 30-minute drive from Conwy Castle, enveloped in areas of outstanding beauty dotted with undulating sand dunes and laced by beach expanses.
The seafront Southport Holiday Park is flanked by golf courses and nestled between the award-winning beaches of Southport and golden sand dunes.
Bordered in the North by the Bristol Channel, Somerset is a rural county in South West England, characterised by rolling hills and large flat expanses.
In the area, attractions such as the caves of the Mendip Hills and the henge monument at Stanton Drew stone circles gather visitors from far and wide. On the northern coast of the Bristol Channel, Bridgewater Bay is a National Nature Reserve consisting of large areas of mud flats, saltmarsh, sand flats and shingle ridges, some of which are vegetated and home to over 190 species of overwintering waders and wildfowl.
Bordered by Kent county to the east and Surrey to the north west, East Sussex is part of the historic county of Sussex, which has its roots in the ancient kingdom of the South Saxons.
Often known for its landscaped grounds and nature trails, the region is home of the Seven Sisters, a series of chalk cliffs, part of the Seven Sisters Country Park, between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne. Another well-known attraction is the Royal Pavilion, an 18th century royal palace built for King George IV, while holidaymakers may also take a trip to Old Town Hastings, a traditional British town where plenty of antique shops and unusual old buildings may be explored. Located in seaside town of Eastbourne, East Sussex Falconry offers plenty of bird watching opportunities, from the known eagle or hawk to the more exotic white-faced owl.
The North Wales county of Denbighshire provides tourists with a wealth of outdoor activities including cycling, fishing, walking and canoeing.
In the market town of Denbigh, visitors may admire the historic sights such as Denbigh Castle, Burgess Gate, St Hilary’s Tower, and Leicester’s Church. Outdoor pursuits also include golfing on the National Championship course set along the River Dee in the Vale of Llangollen, horse-drawn boat trips and hiking in the Berwyn Mountains.
Travellers may enjoy the seaside delights of Southport with a leisurely stroll along the pier or on the promenade alongside shimmering Marine Lake, and pop in to the many amusements along the way.
Shopaholics and those with a taste for antique architecture can visit the famous Lord Street boulevard, where a host of boutique and big name stores are framed by Victorian glass canopies. Further attractions worth visiting include the King’s Gardens, spread across 17 acres, the 19th century Hesketh Golf Course and Model Railway Village.