Published on Wednesday, January 14, 2009

CV Travel introduces UK collection

CV Travel has launched a collection of British holiday houses for the first time as more people look to stay on home soil this year.

It has introduced “properties of character” in Cornwall, Devon, The Cotswolds, Herefordshire, Wales, Norfolk and Suffolk, chosen because of their “unique `wow’ factors, combining location, history, character, décor, facilities and features”.

Manaing director Debbie Marshall said: “It’s widely expected that British holidaymakers will holiday at home in 2009, so our GB collection is a timely launch to appeal to those who are looking for something exceptional from their holiday accommodation.”

The launch comes two months after CV Travel introduced its first Worldwide portfolio of houses in South America, New Zealand, South Africa and the Far East, as an addition to its existing European, North African and Caribbean collections.

By Bev Fearis

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