Welcome to the Great Escape Holiday website
Whatever the reason, we are usually able to find you the house you require for your self catering holidays. All properties are looked after with great care and attention and most have additional services that you can order prior to your visit. With offices and staff accross all locations we are able to offer advice on the best places to stay and enjoy your holiday, from food, the safest beaches, to the most interesting excursions and much much more.
We Do it all
Stay in Serviced Apartments Manchester and accross the UK or indulge in luxury hotel accommodation. You can rest assured that if it's an easy, hassle free booking with quality accommodation that you are looking for - then you have come to the right place.
Why not browse the apartments and locations, you can easliy make an online booking - Most importantly, plan the perfect get away with The Great Escape Holiday Site.
Often at the end of the holiday you discover too late where you should have spent the most time during your stay.The Great Escape Holiday could help you plan your holiday before you arrive to ensure that you visit all the things that interest you most and have all those little extras provided that make your holiday more enjoyable. Look for cheap hotels at www.otel.com, they will help you find the best deals available for you!
Escape to Paris for the Weekend: travelling & transport
Getting to Paris from Europe and the UK using modern transport is easy to organise nowadays. You can book all your itinary online and compare packages for Paris hotel accomodation, flights, hire cars, airport transit and taxi fares.
There are two major airports in Paris: Charles de Galle (also known as the Roissy) and Paris-Orly Airport (or the Orly Airport) where most major airlines depart and arrive.
Reaching the French capital could hardly be easier since the launch of Eurostar. Ultra-modern trains now speed directly from London’s magnificent St Pancras station to Gare du Nord. It takes little more than 2 hours. Visitors can continue their journey into France to Paris by high-speed rail (known as TGV).
Travellers have two options of getting their cars across the Channel between Britain and France. Eurotunnel (roll-on/roll off vehicle transport) operates trains between the two connecting terminals Folkestone in the UK and at Frethun in France.