Family holidays need activities and fun for parents and children alike as we all know that when the kids are happy it usually follows that everyone else is too!
Dreaming of a sunshine escape to the beach, a ski holiday, a city break, an action-filled adventure holiday or something completely tailor-made?
Staying in the UK or planning to go abroad, a hotel or rent a house or a chalet, go self cater or camping, drive or fly? So many decisions but it’s always a fun project to plan holidays. It just makes everyone excited and look forward to the day of departure.
Look at the suggestions below, there are some great offers to be had and we hope you find some inspiration.
If you fancy a pampered break with lots to entertain your kids, plenty of good childcare, pampering sessions for adults all set in beautiful and historic hotels, then check out Luxury Family Hotels. They have short or longer stay packages that will please everyone in the family. Check these special offers to see if there’s something to tempt you!
If crossing the water to go on holiday makes you feel like you’ve been abroad but you don’t want airport hassles, then the Isle of Wight is your destination. Less than an hour away on Red Funnel, the Isle of Wight offers a wonderful family friendly destination.
Did you know the county of Leicestershire, a landlocked county in the English Midlands, has an amazing history with Roman ruins, Richard III and wonderful medieval castles plus some of the best family attractions to visit like Twycross Zoo, the National Space Centre and Twinlakes Family Theme Park. Chose a short stay holiday there through Go Leicestershire’s Stay Play Explore packages and you get access to three great attractions as part of the package.
Scotland is the most amazing open playground for children and a particularly beautiful location is Argyll, a unique holiday destination in the west coast of Scotland. With seven holiday parks with a wide variety of activities and entertainment for all ages, there’s plenty to keep you occupied during your break.