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Super Break
Super Break logo.png
Headquarters York, UK
Industry Travel
Products Hotels, attractions, theatre, travel
Parent Holidaybreak
Current status Trading

Super Break is a British holiday company based in York which has specialised in UK and European short breaks for over 30 years, including theatre breaks, rail packages and concerts at the O2 Arena in London.


Founded in 1983 Super Break initially promoted 100 hotels, this number grew rapidly with the release of the bookable website in 1999.[citation needed] Super Break have acquired several businesses to date including Golden Rail in 1989, Hotelnet and Rainbow Holidays in 2000, Bookit in 2004 and West End Theatre Bookings in 2007, West End Theatre Bookings was sold to Encore Tickets in June 2011.

Awards and recognition[edit]

Super Break have won many awards including the 2012 Travel Weekly Globe Awards for:

  • Best Operator UK Holidays [1]
  • Best Accommodation Only Supplier [1]

2011 Globe Travel Awards for:

  • Best Operator UK Holidays—The company have won this award for the last 20 years.[2]
  • Best Accommodation-Only provider [2]
  • Favourite European Short Break Operator [2]

Super Break won the 2010 Advantage award for:

In 2009, Super Break won three awards in The Co-operative Travel Star Awards:

Short Breaks[edit]

Super Break offers a range of short breaks which include attraction, rail breaks and Eurostar breaks. Bookings are made using a credit or debit card with no credit card or booking fees. SuperBreak is a member of the Association of British Travel Agents

Types of accommodation and board basis[edit]

Super Break provides a wide range of accommodation from 2 star budget hotels or apartments to 5 star luxury boutiques with a range of bed and breakfast, room only or dinner, bed and breakfast offers available.


Super Break employs 200 staff with the main office based in York city centre.[3]


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