10 Things To Do With Your Extra HourPublished on 28th Oct, 2016 by Beverley Holidays
It's that time of year again where we can all enjoy an extra hour when the clocks go back, marking the end of British Summertime and the arrival of cosy autumn.
Why not take advantage of the extra 60 minutes with our top 10 tips on how you can put that extra hour to use:
Top Tip 2 - With all our breathtaking local beaches only minutes away, why not use your extra hour to enjoy a brisk walk along our lovely shoreline.
Top Tip 3 - Make the most of the extra hour and check out out our Beverley Holidays Instagram page for some holiday inspiration.
Top Tip 4 - Make a start on your Christmas wish list, but just make sure you remember to put a break here at Beverley Holidays at the top!
Top Tip 5 - Use that extra hour to top up your beauty sleep or better still, book one of our luxury lodges and wake up to stunning sea views.
Top Tip 6 - With the extra time, why not start booking your 2017 Beverley Holidays break. Better still, book before 30 November to take advantage of our 2017 Price Freeze offer which gives you a chance to book your 2017 stay at 2016 prices.
Top Tip 7 - Enter our fantastic hot tub lodge break competition - it only takes a few minutes and you'll have plenty of time left to make use of the rest of your extra hour after.
Top Tip 8 - Take a moment to sit back and appreciate the litte things like the beautiful ocean views from our familr run holiday park.
Top Tip 9 - Make time for your family and friends. Why not do something fun with your loved ones like walking in the woods or going for a picnic?
Top Tip 10 - Spend your extra hour supporting a good cause and check out Beverley Holidays very own Katy Lamsin with her marathon challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK by clicking here and donating to her Just Giving page.
To book a Beverley Holidays break today call on 01803 843887 or check our online availability here.
Published on 28th Oct, 2016 by Beverley Holidays
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