Would you love to go on holiday in 2021, but are you unsure because of the situation around corona? Don't worry, if you book with Allcamps we now offer you our extended free of charge cancellation or amendment service.¹ We will simply return your deposit to you if you cancel before 1st March.
British holidaymakers still want to travel despite the uncertainty. Remember, competition is high for Europe’s most popular ‘safe’ destinations right now and camping holidays are likely to be sold out by the time winter has arrived. We recommend you don't wait too long to book your holiday, as the popular campsites for 2021 will soon be fully booked due to the many rebookings to 2021 that are being done at the moment. Book today and take advantage of all our early booking benefits:
✔ Free of charge cancellation and amendment until 01/03/2021 ¹
✔ £75 deposit instead of 30%. The down payment of 25% only needs to be made on 01/03/202 (instead of 01/02/2021).
✔ Have you been on holiday with us in 2020? Then you get a 5% loyal customer discount ²
✔ You pay no reservation fee.
✔ Get first pick: book early and secure the campsite and accommodation of your choice!
Has your employer not yet approved your holiday? No problem at Allcamps, because until 1st March you can cancel or amend your holiday free of charge! ¹
¹ free of charge cancellation only applicable for new bookings, not for rebookings from 2020 to 2021 due to Covid-19
² with the exception of bookings for our partners Roan, Go4Camp, Suncamp and S-Holidays
A self catering camping holiday is such a safe way to spend your holiday. You will be spending most of your time outdoors and you have plenty of space around your self-contained accommodation. In most cases your accommodation has its own sanitary facilities. Nothing better could be designed for enjoying a carefree and safe holiday with your family!
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