Not that I am jealous of Harry and Meghan and their ultra glam and romantic babymoon or anything, but what do you do if you…Continue reading...
The New Forest is the perfect place for a family mini-break. It’s a destination that ticks every box, from its location just a few hours drive from London* to it’s excellent food scene, national park and choice of sandy beaches. There’s also a varied choice of family attractions, including Paultons Park, home to the ever popular Peppa Pig World. It’s not surprising, therefore that the New Forest is often at
Not that I am jealous of Harry and Meghan and their ultra glam and romantic babymoon or anything, but what do you do if you already have one or two tots in tow and are about to pop out (optimistic as ever!) another? How about a family-friendly babymoon? I am a firm believer that a pre-baby bonding break is an essential requirement of modern family life …budget permitting. After all,
“..And on that Farm he had a …” Before ‘Baby Shark’ there was Old MacDonald educating the masses about life on the Farm and that was a whole lot more fun than granny shark and her toothless jaw-snapping! The Baby-Friendly Boltholes family are big fans of a family-friendly farmstay. In the past 10 years, we’ve been lucky enough to have been invited to stay at many amazingly baby and toddler-friendly
Earlier this year we sent Alex from @asideorderofme and her little girl to check out The Granary at Partridge Lodge in Suffolk. Find out what Alex, Phoebe and her fabulous Nana made of their stay at this rural ‘Baby-Friendly Bolthole’ below; ‘Any parent knows that when searching for a holiday, you are mentally packing everything but the kitchen sink. So, when I discovered Baby Boltholes, it was almost too good
Baby-Friendly Boltholes are dedicated to sourcing genuinely, family-friendly holiday accommodation with a stylish flair. Over the last year, we’ve enlisted the help of a trusted panel of parent bloggers who regularly visit and review our Baby-Friendly Boltholes to ensure their living up to the hype. Jenny from www.midwifeandlife.com recently travelled to Sussex to visit Chichester House, a family-friendly house for up to eight guests. Here’s a snippet of what she
Earlier this year we invited ‘BFB’s Parent Panel’ member Kate Staves from everafterwithkids.com to go and check out Baby-Friendly Bolthole; Wheeldon Trees in the Peak District. Here’s a snippet of her review…. ‘Baby Friendly Boltholes is a revelation for parents of young children like us, when they invited us to review a staycation in the Peak District at Wheeldon Trees Farm we couldn’t wait! Baby Friendly Boltholes carefully select only