Corte dei Messapi, a luxury self-catering family-friendly Italian villa in …

Set along a narrow driveway through ancient olive groves, Corte dei Messapi is a tranquil retreat. And yet, it’s just a five-minute drive from the…

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Family-friendly places to enjoy nature in Suffolk, England

Suffolk is a place where you can see British countryside at its best. On our family holiday in the east of England, we dipped into…

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Feeling safe as houses in a family-friendly Jeep Compass SUV (…

Barrelling down the motorway at 70 mph is never fun. With two small children in the back of the car, it can be downright scary.…

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A guide to cutting the cost of your family holiday

Family trips and adventures are often the highlight of the year, but they can put a significant squeeze on our budgets. With the cost of…

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Log Cabins – A new trend in the UK?

A couple of Easters ago, we spent a fantastic multi-generational break in a log cabin, in Sherwood Pines. It’s easy to see why log cabins…

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Why the north Norfolk coast is a great place for …

On the eastern side of the UK, jutting out into the north Sea, lies north Norfolk. This mainly flat, coastal area was often the first…

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Free play in London: four top places to visit

Play England defines free play as “…children choosing what they want to do, how they want to do it and when they want to stop…

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#CulturedKids March 2018

Here in the UK, you’d never believe it’s March. The Beast from the East – a Siberian wind which has stormed its way across the…

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Stepping back into Tudor history at Mary Arden’s Farm …

Mary Arden was William Shakespeare’s mother, and she grew up in a farmhouse in Wilmcote, near Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust now own…

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