Looking for fun activities in Normandy? We think William the Conqueror’s Castle in Falaise is a great family outing. Click through to the post to see how this Normandy attraction manages to combine a history lesson with clever technology in a way the children don’t even realise is educational!
Fab round up of favourite European city family holidays as recommended by top family travel bloggers who’ve actually visited & enjoyed staying there with their families. Includes Barcelona, Benidorm, Munich, Lisbon, Funchal, Oslo, Rome, Rejkyavik, Belfast, Brussels, Bruges, Belfast, Liverpool and London.
We rounded off our first year of Bristol Travel Massive in style at the newly refurbished Bristol Harbour Hotel – an impressive venue born of two iconic former bank properties in Bristol’s Corn Street, right at the heart of the city’s famous historical banking quarter. We also got to go down into the old bank vaults and see just how massive those old doors are!
Travel plans for 2017: I’ll tell you mine if you tell me yours! Thank you for all your support this year and wishing you a happy new year and happy travels for the year!
Taking 5 tries out this newly refurbished hotel in Herefordshire from the family perspective. Brooks Country House review and room tour video.
How to do a Brittany Ferries crossing in luxury. Where to go for fancy cocktails and fine dining plus a video tour of my outward facing club cabin.
Our 1st Bristol Travel Massive event hosted almost 50 guests. Here’s how we set up our chapter which was trending on Twitter within a few weeks.
How to persuade your reluctant-camper-husband to stay in a tent and, although he’d never admit it, how mine actually enjoyed it!
Escape to Relax The Husband and I aren’t the best forward planners in the world and it’s easy for our weekends to become consumed by mundane family arrangements and household chores: a bit of homework here; a kids party there; a trip to the shops; several loads of laundry and before you know it it’s
How do you relax? This mini-break Escape is guaranteed to work for me.
Who in their right mind heads off with their family to stay in a caravan in the wilds of Cornwall, during the chilly October/November half term? Oh and why not throw into the mix predictions of one of the worst storms for decades? As a family we haven’t generally been lucky with the Cornish weather