Earlier this year we sent fabulous blogger Elfa from californianmuminlondon.com and her family to review Red Barn in North Cornwall as part of our Parent Panel…Continue reading...
Earlier this year we sent fabulous blogger Elfa from californianmuminlondon.com and her family to review Red Barn in North Cornwall as part of our Parent Panel initiative. Find out what she thought below; ‘Cornwall has always been in the top five of my UK destination wish list. It is known for its beautiful beaches, great seafood and many attractions. Really, who wouldn’t want to visit?! So I was thrilled when the
As part of our ‘Parent Panel’ initiative we sent fabulous blogger, Anna Miller from www.popitha.com to check out North Bradbury Farm in Devon. As a mother to toddler twins with another on the way we knew Anna was the perfect choice to rate and review this popular rural retreat. Here’s a snippet of how Anna and her family got on ‘down on the farm’. You can read the full review
The fabulous Donna from thelondonmum.me and member of our Parent Panel recently took her family to top rated BFB Hyde Paddock in the New Forest. They had quite the adventure! Check out her review below; ”It doesn’t matter how much you prepare, when you travel with children there’s usually something of importance that you forget or you just can’t fit into your luggage. I wrote a post recently over on
We love going on holiday in April. The days are growing longer, the countryside is abundant with greenery and spring flowers, and the birds provide a beautiful spring soundtrack. Winter is well and truly behind us and it’s warming up for summer. For a spot of early sunshine, you can’t beat the Mediterranean for family holidays, in cities you can take advantage of pavement cafés before it’s too hot and
2018 is set to be a great year of travel, and according to some of the world’s biggest travel publications, there will be exciting new destinations worth thinking about. From city breaks and beautiful islands to countryside retreats and exploring Europe’s best winter wonderlands, there are some seriously inspiring places to add to your list for next year. For families travelling with children or babies, there are just as many
It can be difficult coming up with new and innovative ways to keep the family entertained when it’s raining outside. You already know the cinema and bowling alley will be heaving and the local soft play centre is every parent’s idea of torture. But what else is there to do? Well we’ve put our thinking cap on for you. Here are 22 child-friendly things to do, whatever the weather. At