I know that British people say "holiday" and American say "vacation".
But the confusing part is how they are used as countable and uncountable nouns.
Say, you don't have to go to work on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday because your country is celebrating an important event.
I am sure we can say "We have a 3-day vacation".
But I don't think we say "We have a 3-day holiday"
I guess we might say "we have 3 holidays".
Is it correct to say "We have a 3-day holiday" in British English?