If you don’t fancy camping then view this list of family friendly self catering accommodation.
Stay in a Yurt on the Shropshire / Welsh boarder with Barnutopia...oh, and say Hi to their pigs too!
We enjoyed a few nights at the Winchcombe Campsite in Gloucestershire. It has a fishing lake and a couple of great nearby pubs too.
Camping, Caravanning, or staying in a lodge. We found there was plenty of choice at Sandford Holiday Park.
We spend a very active weekend in Devon at the Woolacombe Bay Golden Coast holiday village. A great place to take the kids.
Ream Hills Caravan Park is just four miles from the centre of Blackpool, making it a great base for exploring the area. You can even sleep in a Lynx helicopter!
The Buzzards Campsite is a hidden gem in North Herefordshire. It's a small campsite with back to basics charm, and one we'll be visiting again.
Stay at Glyn House at Capel Curig, and since you'll be in Wales, why not try Glamping in their traditional Shepherd's Hut.
Enjoy the beautiful countryside and coastline of Pembrokeshire at Celtic Camping. Bring your tent or camper van, or stay in the bunkhouse. It's by the beach ...
If you are looking for accommodation for extended families or friends in Carmarthenshire, then check out Gilfach Wen Barn. This is not a campsite, but may ...
Penisarlon Farm is a small campsite with spectacular panoramic sea views.
The campsite is dog friendly (must be on leads at all times).
The farm has large ...