As a quintessentially English town, it’s not surprising Stratford-upon-Avon has lots of places to indulge in miniature sandwiches, tasty fruit scones and beautifully presented cakes. This article shares three of the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in the medieval riverside town.
Planning a family day out or holiday in Stratford-upon-Avon? This guide – 11 of the BEST things to do in Stratford-upon-Avon with kids – aims to make sure you and your kids have a memorable time when visiting the medieval town!
If you are looking for a quaint and quirky self catering cottage near Stratford-upon-Avon we can thoroughly recommend Brassknocker Cottage. A 17th-century stone cottage large enough to accommodate families of up to five people. Read on for our full review and photo tour.
This article shares honest family holiday reviews and destination recommendations by 24 family travel bloggers who have explored hidden gems in the UK and travelled the world with their kids and partners.
Last year we planned to go on a ski holiday to France and revisit our old home, Savannah, in the USA… Instead we went on a family water sports holiday in Greece and a cruise around the Mediterranean and Canaries! Clearly we are hopeless at sticking to plans, mainly because we find it so difficult to choose as we enjoy all types of holidays – from camping through to cruising and everything in between…
Looking for inspiration for your family travels in 2017? Here are a few of our UK adventures and holidays abroad we can thoroughly recommend from our personal experiences in 2016!
When researching attractions to visit during our cruise ship visit into Tenerife, there was one attraction that really stood out. When a couple of friends then recommended Siam Park, the Water Kingdom and I read on Trip Advisor that it has been voted the number one attraction in the world, the decision was made and tickets booked! Read on for our review of Siam Park, Water Kingdom, Tenerife…
Last year my four year old muttered those words that every parent dreads, “he wasn’t the real Santa was he mummy?” We were on our way home after our third visit to Santa in a month. Charlie was only four, although he was old enough to realise that the teenager in a badly fitted felt red suit did not look anything like Santa.