Why story-loving families should visit Cornwall

Cornwall is a great destination for families. 300 miles of dramatic coastline, as well as brooding moors and atmospheric forests, make it perfect for outdoorsy…

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What to expect from the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, Austria

The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn lies about an hour away from Salzburg, in Austria. Touted as the ‘most laid back ski area in Austria’,…

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Top museums for families in Oslo, Norway

It’s easy to fall in love with the Norwegian capital, Oslo. It’s surrounded by forest, with majestic fjords just a short journey away. And, considering…

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Holiday at Shelwick Court, nr Hereford, with the Landmark Trust

The very first holiday D and I took together as a couple, was to Shelwick Court. The Landmark Trust property sits in the Herefordshire countryside,…

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A tour of a Eurocamp Avant – review

It’s not just technology that’s constantly upgrading and evolving. Every year, holiday parks refresh and rejuvenate their stock of accommodation. In 2015 Eurocamp added a…

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Six places to visit in Europe for fairytale creatures

Europe is brim-full of stories of fairytale creatures. Here are some places you can visit, to try and catch a glimpse of these elusive beasties.…

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A checklist for a family road trip

Summer’s almost upon us and, like us, you might be planning a long getaway. As remote working’s become easier, there’s more freedom to take time…

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A photo journal from a family getaway in the Dordogne, France

In some rural French gîtes, there’s a certain quality you don’t find elsewhere. A silence that rings in your ears, so powerful that a cow…

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A run-in with wild ponies on the Gower peninsula, Wales

“Although ponies may appear docile you should always track these animals from a distance.” Oops. These wise words appear on the National Trust website, as…

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