Explore Our Self Drive Holiday Destinations!
Flexibility and freedom to explore with self drive breaks
A Self Drive holiday break across the channel gives you the freedom to explore your destination more closely and the opportunity to stock up on some great value wine, beer, food and souvenirs. It also allows you to take your golf clubs or more luggage with you - particularly useful when travelling with children. If you have a pet passport, it also means you can take your dog if the accommodation you are booking allows.
Tree lined avenues, quiet roads and beautiful scenery make driving a pleasure.
France is always the most popular choice for a self drive break!
Whether you simply want to hop across the Channel to stock up on food and drink, or you wish to explore several regions of northern France, we can offer a self drive break to suit. Romantic weekends in chateaux, and city breaks in Paris !
Bargains can be found in supermarkets across France. However for real wine connoisseurs, a break to one of the wine regions is a must.
As specialists, we have provided all the information you need to help you choose where to stay, however as there is so much to see in France, deciding where to go may prove your hardest challenge.
Discover the cultural and gastronomic delights of Flanders.
The cities of Flanders are easily reached by crossing the channel to Calais or via the Hull-Zeebrugge route.
Understated and well worth exploring, Belgium is home to the capital of Europe, and the whole Flanders region is a fascinating mix of cultures, famed for its ornate architecture, luxurious chocolate, first-class cuisine and over 600 different types of beer.
Bruges is the most popular choice, but Ghent, Antwerp, and Leuven are all very rewarding for a self drive break. Travelling between the cities is easy, thanks to the efficiency of the motorway and rail network, so why not combine stays in two or more destinations?
BELGIUM FEATURE SELECTION
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A medieval masterpiece - the Venice of the North
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A charming Flemish town and living museum