Walking and special interest holiday tour operator HF Holidays has launched a Group Organiser’s Guide, offering a variety of benefits and services to anyone putting together a group holiday. 

The Cotswolds

Groups can wander through quaint villages in the Cotswolds on a HF Holiday break.

The guide has been specially put together to assist GTOs booking a trip for eight or more adults and ten or more for UK holidays at its country houses. 

HF Holidays has said due to the year on year growth in the number of groups travelling with the tour operator, it has created the guide as a way of giving GTOs further details of the service, support and offers that groups can benefit from.

It features tips and need-to-know information, acting as a great starting point before getting in touch with HF’s team to book the trip.

There’s also a small selection of holidays to give group organisers a taste of the range on offer, such as the Scottish Highlands as well as walking opportunities in the Cotswolds and holidays to Europe and beyond. 

A “dedicated team”

HF Holidays says its groups team delivers a “personalised customer service and can help with unique touches and extras to help tailor the experience to the group’s needs.”

The tour operator says it attracts a variety of groups including walking clubs, members of U3A and WI, social clubs and groups of friends.

Further benefits

When booking with HF Holidays, group organisers are assigned a dedicated account manager to give support throughout the booking process. 

Groups can benefit from priority booking (where organisers can book before holidays go on general sale), discounted room upgrades and reduced rates for sole occupancy.

There’s also the option of holding a chosen UK holiday for six weeks before the deposit payment is due, giving the GTO time to finalise numbers and collect deposits.

Organisers can request to download a copy of the Group Organiser’s Guide at www.hfholidays.co.uk/brochures. For more details about the benefits on offer visit www.hfholidays.co.uk/groups.