"Just 28 miles off the Cornish coast, this pristine archipelago is a taste of rural England as it once was," says Lonely Planet, but with "better weather" and some of the country's "most glorious beaches". For £149 per room, two people can spend two nights exploring the Isles of Scilly while based at a brand-new hotel, bagging an impressive 56% saving along the way.
Valid for stays any day of the week, until 31 October.
Karma St Martin's overlooks the Tean Sound in the Lower Town area of St Martin's -- one of only five inhabited islands of the Isles of Scilly. It has 30 guest bedrooms designed to resemble a small hamlet of cottages. The dog-friendly hotel has landscaped gardens with subtropical plants, access to a white sandy beach, an al fresco dining area, a bar, an entertainment lounge and a restaurant serving locally sourced dishes, as well as Indian cuisine.
Spend your spare time diving with friendly seal colonies, gazing at the passing yachts or head across to Tresco to see the exotic plants of Abbey Gardens. "In fair weather you can find peace, flowers -- wild, cultivated, and subtropical -- swarms of seabirds, and unspoiled beaches galore," says Fodor's.
Extend your stay for £85 per room, per night (including breakfast).
Read more about the hotel on the Karma St Martin's website, but call the number below to book.