Family Breaks Items
Now that Christmas and New Year are well and truly over, our minds are set on the next chance for a getaway – the February half term. With just under three weeks to go, it’s time to start planning, so just where are the best city break destinations to take the family in February?
Booking luxury Irish cottages is a great option if you're planning a family getaway. You can spend your days strolling in the countryside, riding horses on the beach and tucking into your favourite home-cooked meals together in the evening.
If you have young children and are not sure if a cruise is the right short holiday for your family, it certainly can be. Pick a ship that sets sail from Southampton, and you will not have to waste time catching a flight or keeping kids occupied at the airport.
If you like your kids to learn something about the places they visit, the Spanish city of Alicante is the perfect destination to take them. Not only is it filled with top cultural attractions, but you are also just a short journey from the beach.
How to enjoy the Royal beach at Osborne on the Isle of Wight, which is being made public for the very first time this July, just like Queen Victoria would have done.
Queen Victoria’s private beach at Osborne,on the Isle of Wight, is going to open to the public for the first time.
Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and the rest of the gang of Muppets have been announced as the official family ambassadors for New York City 2012.
Taking a short break holiday during term time can damage your children's prospects, according to a new report by the Government’s truancy adviser Charlie Taylor.
Our writer (who’s afraid of heights) tries her hand at the swings and ropes in London’s brand new Go Ape! adventure course - and discovers weather she’s more of a Tarzan, or a Jane…
UK airports warn 'travel gridlock' may strike at boarder control, whilst motorway disruptions and engineering works on train lines mean a long Easter weekend of travel chaos.
A new LEGOLAND resort in Windsor is nearing completion and is due to open on March 17th of this year. This unique family hotel will feature over 1,600 Lego models, from a giant fire breathing dragon to tiny delicate butterflies, and makes for an ideal short family break.
This year's festival welcomes on board some exciting newcomers. Hastings' very own Classroom on the Coast, a project of Hastings Fishermen’s Local Action Group (FLAG) is set to be the world’s first teaching kitchen and classroom at the heart of MSC Fishery.
Are you itching to experience an ideal short break with a difference? Then why not try of the Top 100 Random UK Events compiled by Campingninja. With events ranging from festivals celebrating food and drink, music and walking respectively, to raft race, bog snorkelling and triathlons, there is something for everyone.
Visiting Manchester gives you the chance to enjoy a range of fantastic attractions and activities that are suitable for the entire family.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sleep in an igloo? Or how about a 1970s jumbo jet? All this and more is now very possible due to a growing number of unusual hotels opening up all over the world. From treehouses to caves...
With the British summer well and truly upon us, people from all over the country are busy making plans for festivals. Sitting on the grass, eating delicious organic food, and listening to favourite or new bands make summer festivals brilliant fun.
Everyone loves theme parks: they’re fun, action packed, and always full of surprises. While America is renowned for its mega parks, there are a few little known gems in Europe. This was after all the place where they were born!
For families struggling to think of ways to keep the kids entertained this half term, Keycamp are on hand to offer some last-minute advice on how to have some family fun, while not breaking the bank.
People in the UK used to take holidays, then came vacations, followed by ‘staycations’, now please welcome the ‘daycation’. A ‘daycation’ is also known as a day trip and the Trentham Estate in Stoke-on-Trent is a perfect daycation destination.
More and more Brits are opting for 'staycations' as the economic uncertainty and high price of flights is driving many holiday holidaymakers to take a home-based holiday. Door2Tour.com, a website tour consolidator, has revealed new figures which show 'staycations' are likely to be around for a long time.
Escape the daily grind this spring with a short break with a huge difference, leave behind the stresses and concerns of the real world and escape to another, with a forest holiday. Welcome in the trappings of spring in a place where the birds are in full voice, a forest holiday is all about relaxing in a natural environment.
Keycamp are offering new customers the chance to beat the crowds and sample a range of stunning locations with their special two nigh Taster Breaks. Ideal for couples or families who have yet to experience a Keycamp break, the Taster Breaks providers a flavour of Keycamp's outdoor living.