Moonfleet Manor Hotel – a 2 night midweek break with kids

Thinking about a family friendly minibreak in a beautiful old manor house? My sister recently tested out Moonfleet Manor Hotel with her 3 and 5 year old.  Over to you Georgina….

We’ve eschewed hotels this year in favour of self-catering options. This has generally given us more bedrooms, more chillout space for the evenings, and more flexibility with meals.

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Butlin’s Bognor Regis – Midweek break for pre-schoolers

An easy, cheap family friendly break in the UK? Over to Georgina to share the review of her recent trip to good old Butlin’s!

With two kids under 5, our best holidays either involve fabulous childcare or back-to-back entertainment and activities for the kids. If it’s the latter, we just resign ourselves to the fact that while we will be creating incredible memories, we definitely won’t be relaxing ourselves!

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Top Tips For Visiting Legoland Windsor

Over the summer, my sister and I were racking our brains for a unique kids activity. Museums were met with a ‘no’ and as my 4 year old is scared of moving creatures, Woburn Safari Park and London Zoo were out of the question.  Then my sister’s lightbulb moment.. ‘we could just go to Legoland‘.  

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10 Family Friendly Activities in London

I was recently asked by GoEuro to name my favourite European destination for family holiday. I couldn’t resist suggesting my hometown of London which is quite frankly the best city in the world! To read more about my tips on London and other top destinations including Amsterdam and the Lake District, check out out this post on GoEuro..

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A Visit To London’s Kidzania

Over easter we returned to the motherland aka London and had a great time exploring attractions such as the RAF Museum and Willows Farm.  But if you were to ask my children what their favourite activity was, without a doubt they would shout from the rooftops, ‘KidZania’!  We visited with my sister and our three girls age 7, 5 and 4.  

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