I love Shoreditch, the most colourful neighbourhood in London! It’s full of vibrant street art, hipster cafes and bars and bustling markets selling everything you could need. So during our recent trip to London I know I wanted to find a cool hotel in Shoreditch, one that maintained the quirky vibe of the area. Have
Nothing beats listening to live music outdoors in the sunshine and Glastonbury festival has to be the greatest festival of music and art of all time. But is it worth taking little ones? We’ve been going to Glastonbury with kids since they were 3 years old and have only missed the years it was cancelled.
We love attending music festivals with the kids and have been taking them to Glastonbury since they were 3 years old. It’s heaps of fun, they discover and experience things they never would in a classroom and the memories you make will last a lifetime. But it can be hugely stressful to prepare for, especially
If you’re after a real authentic British seaside town experience then Scarborough should definitely be on your bucket list. Home to heaps of family friendly activities, miles of beaches and beautiful parks, there are so many things to do in Scarborough with kids. In this post I’m going to detail all the best Scarborough activities
From the moment I dumped my bags and stepped out onto my balcony at the Sands holiday apartments complex I felt the stresses and strains of a crazy couple of years melt away. The view of the North Sea Coast, crashing waves and castle are the perfect additions to this gorgeous Scarborough Accommodation. Self catering
St Ives is a hugely popular place to visit in Cornwall with kids. It’s enjoys a brilliant location to the West of the County. The town itself is full of delightful narrow streets, fishing cottages and plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes to keep the whole family fed and watered. Plus it’s easy to walk
If you’re looking for a luxury family hotel, Devon has several to choose from but by far our favourite is Soar Mill Cove. It has pretty much everything you could need for a holiday to Devon with kids and so much more. Plus it’s super dog friendly meaning you can bring the whole family along.
Newquay on the North Coast of Cornwall is an extremely popular place to visit for families due to its perfect location on the dramatic coast and it’s many child friendly attractions. It’s had a bit of a varied reputation over the years, being popular for stag and hen dos and partying teens but recently I’ve
Cornwall has a rich and bloody history. It’s a County full of tales of smugglers and fantastical legend and people who ended up on the wrong side of the law. Where better to learn some of their tales than the Bodmin Jail experience on the edge of Bodmin Moor. This is a brilliant interactive museum
Cornwall has to be one of the most popular family holiday destinations in the UK. The miles of stunning beaches, many child friendly activities and family friendly hotels make for the perfect UK staycation. If you’re planning a holiday to the South West read on to discover everything you need to know about visiting Cornwall