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Founded in 1913 we are a co-operative owned by 36,000 members, and all profits are re-invested into improving our holidays.
Our asset base is valued at £18million*, including a property portfolio of Country Houses with over 500 bedrooms. Most of our properties are wholly-owned; the others are leased, including three managed on leases from the National Trust.
The benefits exclusive to our members recognise their investment in the society’s development and its future. Recently, we’ve added to the benefits so don’t miss out join today!
You can also invest for children under 16. Find out more
Minimum investment is for 100 shares at £1 each. The maximum you can invest is £25,000 and members who have 1,000 or more shares have enhanced benefits.
*As of 2014 accounts
With our Holiday Rewards scheme, members earn rewards on the holidays they book with us. For every £1 spent on any type of holiday, HF Holidays’ members will earn one point. Points accumulated can be redeemed against the price of a future holiday, at the rate of 1p per point.
Annual interest is awarded to members' investments, subject to financial performance. Shareholdings of 100 shares or more qualify for interest.
How to join
1. Download Membership application form.
Simply print our application form, and send it back to us with your cheque for a minimum of £100 for 100 shares (up to a maximum of £25,000).
2. Call us on +44 (0)20 8732 1290
We accept payment by credit card or debit card. Please note that a charge of 1.5% is made for payments by credit card or any card issued outside the UK. There is no charge for using a UK-issued debit card.
3. Money transfer
Payment can be made in British currency direct to our bank account: (please ensure you quote your name and membership number on the transaction)
Svenska Handelsbanken AB (Publ), 3 Thomas More Square, London, E1W 1WY
Account Name: HF Holidays Ltd GBP Share Account
Sort Code 40-51-62
Account No: 3830 0054
Swift/Bic Code: HANDGB22
Remember you can invest between £100 and £25,000.