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
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
Here at Baby Friendly Boltholes, we’ve made travelling abroad with babies, toddlers and little ones in tow as easy and stress-free as possible. And that includes one of our favourite destinations in the world, Italy. An Italian holiday is the perfect combination of stunning scenery and sights, rich history and culture, good food and even better wine, and breath-taking nature that will captivate children and adults alike. We think that
Glorious Devon has long been a firm favourite with discerning young families on holiday. Given the wealth of top-notch, child-friendly attractions in the region, it’s easy to see why so many parents view Devon as the ideal place to spend quality time with their little ones. If you’re looking for inspiration before your family holiday there, take a peek at our handpicked selection of things to do with the kids.
Looking for ideas on how to keep little ones entertained this weekend? BFB’s here to help… Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave – Think family fun for the post-rave generation. Parents can be responsibly irresponsible with the help of banging tunes (not too banging, there are mini ear drums to think about!), multi sensory dancefloors, a giant parachute (you’ll find out why), bubble machines, glitter cannons, craft tables, soft play areas and