Travel Round-up: Summer 2016

Compiling the travel round-up at the end of the summer is always a joy. I love to read about your trips within the UK and beyond: the lazy days at the seaside, city breaks, fun and exploration. If you want to find out where BritMums families have been this summer, or are seeking inspiration for…

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Travel: Family-friendly hotels around the world

Finding the perfect hotel for your family can be a little like searching for the Holy Grail. Interconnecting rooms are often the ideal solution but can be pricey; family rooms are great but only if the beds are appropriate for the ages of your children. Activities for little ones can make a big difference, as…

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BritMums guide to: Chessington World of Adventures

Lifestyle and Travel blogger Alice Langley from Project: Wanderlust took her family to Chessington World of Adventures to report for BritMums about the family friendliness of the UK’s favourite theme parks. Chessington World of Adventures, Leatherhead Rd, Chessington KT9 2NE www.chessington.com Chessington has always been our family park of choice. With rides ranging from the…

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Travel Round-up: Self-catering in Devon & Cornwall

I know it’s wonderful to travel and explore this fascinating world of ours. But sometimes we need to step back and appreciate the beauty on our own doorstep. My plan had been to share your posts about self-catering in the UK but as the majority of posts just happened to feature accommodation in Devon and…

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Travel Round-up: In praise of the Great British B&B

When planning a family holiday, accommodation which is right for the age and requirements of your children is essential. Family rooms in hotels, interconnecting rooms, self-catering options: there is a stage in all families when each of these is ideal. Bed and Breakfasts are another option and, if carefully researched, can be an affordable choice…

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Travel Round-up: Around the world in 20 blogs

Phileas Fogg managed it in 80 days. I’m hoping we can get round the world a little quicker than that, thanks to the suggestions below. UK Some free time in London – A Guiding Life The Beaufort, Knightsbridge: a true boutique hotel – Mum’s Gone To… An amazing time at clueQuest – Family Travel Times Wales: Going down…

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