Traveling with kids doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style, comfort, or luxury. And with so many wonderful UK escapes, you don’t have to go far to get away from it all. Here you will find an overview of the most beautiful places where you can stay as a family.
Swinton Park Hotel, Yorkshire
This hotel and country club offer 20,000 acres of rural Yorkshire property to roam. Take the children on a luxurious glamping adventure to spend a technically free time together in a tree hut or yurt by candlelight. There is no electricity or WiFi, but there are gas cooking facilities, hot showers, toilets, wood burners and comfortable beds. Or book a room in the traditional setting of the AA 4 Red Star main building. A stay here includes access to pools, a Heritage Deer Park, a spa, a fitness center, and The Terrace Restaurant and Bar.
Another place – Lake District
This 40 room Georgian hotel is located on the banks of Ullswater in an 18 hectare national park. It’s the perfect place for wild swimming, paddling, spa time, and reading in the library – while the kids enjoy the time in the Ofsted-registered creche. If you have teenagers, you may want to kayak, bike, or even sail from the private lake. Family room options include fantastic views, balconies, roll baths, cribs, smaller beds, and four-poster beds for parents. Family suites have separate bedrooms and can accommodate up to six people.
Augill Castle, Cumbria
This beautiful fairytale castle is another great choice for families traveling together. Everyone will love it, from small to eighty-year-olds. Awarded as Good Hotel Guide Editors’ Choice Family Hotel 2015 – 2019, the atmosphere here is super relaxed. It offers lots of fun with toys, books, games, a dressing box and the joys of Mother Nature on your doorstep. All the utensils you need for the little ones – such as baby monitors and high chairs – are available. There are a number of suites, family rooms and connecting rooms (17 rooms in total). The restaurant warmly welcomes your little ones and serves first-class cuisine from chef Justin Woods.
The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire
Gleneagles’ motto is: “Whatever an adult can do, a child can.” The famous Scottish estate is located on 850 hectares and offers a wide range of traditional and modern activities in the country (falconry, tennis, golf, archery and mountain biking, to name a few). And with coaches, a break can be an opportunity for the children to learn or develop new skills. Little Glen is the on-site crèche, while The Den caters for children and teenagers. The family suites are elegant, elegant and modern, and there are a variety of restaurants offering everything from relaxed snacks to top-quality cuisine.
Lime Wood Hotel, New Forest
The little ones will love the magical atmosphere of Hampshire’s New Forest, where ponies and deer roam freely. The independent, rustic and trendy lodges, huts and cottages in Lime Wood complement this environment perfectly and the log fires contribute to the cosiness. They are ideal for those who want to be a little more self-sufficient in terms of food, and some can be connected for large groups. There’s also a spa, cooking school, and wonderfully earthy gourmet restaurants that will seduce the foodies among you.
Watergate Bay, Cornwall
If you fancy a beach vacation, the stunning oceanfront location in Watergate Bay is hard to beat. The children’s clubs registered by Ofsted offer a wide range of activities, entertainment, themed parties and the opportunity to learn new skills. There is an evening babysitting / surveillance service so you can have a chic meal at The Living Space, followed by cocktails with a view of the sea. Or if you want to eat all together, there are two family-friendly restaurants and their own kitchen, where parents can prepare baby and toddler food. The family business also has surfing and swimming clubs and is expanding to include more hotels, including the first on our list – Another Place.
Calcot Hotel and Spa, Cotswolds
This refined property conveys a real country house feeling. The picturesque surroundings are ideal for the much-needed parental time in Calcot’s first-class spa hotel. Let The Playbarn and The Mez staff take care of the kids or book an activity while indulging in some treatments. You will be thrilled to discover a special 12-seater cinema, X-boxes, computers and an outdoor pirate Play a ship to explore while you are away. Family pads are spacious and elegant, and offer practical conveniences such as bottle sterilizers and warmers, diaper cases, and monitor monitors.
Woolley Grange, Cotswolds
This typical English Jacobean mansion is part of the Luxury Family Hotels brand and is located in Bradford-on-Avon. Walking through the pretty grounds you’ll find a walled garden, herbs, pear and apple trees, Roald Dahl’s chicken house, pigs, ducks, an orchard, a pond, a grass maze, and an outdoor pool. Your stay includes two hours of free childcare per day and a hearing service, so you can relax in the spa or enjoy a romantic dinner on Saturday evening (prepared with delicious home-made products). And with the kids who were picked up for a breakfast club on Sunday morning, their time together can continue until the next day.
Chewton Glen Hotel and Spa, Hampshire
Chewton Glen is one of the most famous spa hotels in the country and a paradise for children. Book a treehouse suite and sleep in the air, surrounded by the sights and sounds of the landscape. Mood lighting, gallery berths, a private terrace and open fire contribute to the unique magic, as does a basket delivered daily for a charming picnic-style breakfast. During school holidays and weekends, children can socialize at The Den, enjoy a special evening buffet or splash around in indoor and outdoor pools.
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Commercial And, Kensington London
If you’re looking for a city break, this chic, family-run boutique hotel in South Kensington is a great base for exploring the capital. The deluxe rooms, deluxe studios and suites offer space for smaller beds and children’s beds and offer appropriately large bathrobes and slippers. The hotel’s fashionable Apero cellar restaurant offers a menu for younger palates as well as for adults. Upscale children’s parties can be organized on request, and the sci-fi afternoon tea is an unforgettable treat that is just as popular with adults as it is with young guests.
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