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    Hey,

    My friends and I really want to go somewhere on holiday in July after our exams, we just want a few days away, not too expensive though.. Somewhere like Center Parks, any ideas?

    Thank youu
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    (Original post by hockeylover)
    Hey,

    My friends and I really want to go somewhere on holiday in July after our exams, we just want a few days away, not too expensive though.. Somewhere like Center Parks, any ideas?

    Thank youu
    Going abroad is cheaper than Center Parks...
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    There has to be somebody who's 21+ per villa at Center Parcs so it won't be possible if you're all under 18. That aside I don't really know, I guess if you want to go abroad you have to ring up various hotels and check their policies on age. Your best bet is probably going to somewhere like a city where you can stay in a hostel as they're cheap and pretty relaxed on who they take in.
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    Hull.
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    Bognor Regis.
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    Get cheap flights to Spain and have a few days there- probably no more expensive.
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    Booking the flight is no problem, however, you must check with the hotels if they can give you a room even though you're not 18. Don't want to be stranded abroad
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    Go with your mummy
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    go abroad to the greek or spanish isles theyre usually cheaper and the chances of being rejected due to being under age are a lot more less, with respect to renting villas or staying in hotels etc.
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    My friends and I are looking to do something similar after our A2 levels next summer (2014) Centreparks definitely won't work, as you need to a responsible 21 year old to book a villa (and they generally dissaprove of the idea of unaccompanied youths)

    We're currently looking at Villas in Greece for 8-12 people. It's all self catering, so you'd need to be near a town (as insurance 18 year old's driving abroad will be insane), but is more reasonable than you'd think
    I think we're coming out at around £150-£230 per person (accomodation only) for a week in early June 2014.

    The problem is how much they vary and how unreliable websites are Don't suppose anyone has a particularly good, descriptive, cheap site that they'd like to share? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Lost And Confused)
    My friends and I are looking to do something similar after our A2 levels next summer (2014) Centreparks definitely won't work, as you need to a responsible 21 year old to book a villa (and they generally dissaprove of the idea of unaccompanied youths)

    We're currently looking at Villas in Greece for 8-12 people. It's all self catering, so you'd need to be near a town (as insurance 18 year old's driving abroad will be insane), but is more reasonable than you'd think
    I think we're coming out at around £150-£230 per person (accomodation only) for a week in early June 2014.

    The problem is how much they vary and how unreliable websites are Don't suppose anyone has a particularly good, descriptive, cheap site that they'd like to share? :rolleyes:
    talk about forward planning...
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    Brussels is alright. fairly cheap to get to (eurostar), cheap accommodation, drinking age is 16 for beer and there are some really nice bars/pubs. only thing is nightlife isnt so great for a younger crowd... now iv said that not so sure if id recommend it haha
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    (Original post by Part A)
    talk about forward planning...
    I'd like to agree, but to be honest it's all talk and no walk with us at the moment
 
 
 
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