Summer Holiday Inspiration

30 June 2015

If you’re looking for ideas on what to do or where to go this summer, then look no further. Whether you want to stay nearer to home or you’re in search of some sun then we have some ideas for you, but you’ll need to book soon!
Staying in the UK
You have plenty of options for staying in the UK and no busy airports or flight delays! The roads may get a little busy, but don’t let that stop you.
For latest travel information and route planners you can check the The AA. Read more

21 Covent Garden

14 January 2014

Following on from our visit to the great Travelodge in Covent Garden I thought you might like to know about a little hidden gem to eat ; 21 Covent Garden. Read more

Travelodge - Covent Garden

14 January 2014

We stayed in the Travelodge in Covent Garden last December. We visit London several times a year and have stayed in various hotels, but never in the Travelodge. I’m not sure why. This place is in a great location within walking distance of Covent Garden, but just far enough away to be less busy.
The hotel has been refurbished and is clean, basic ( don’t expect toiletries), but you get a kettle and tea and coffee making facilities and I believe you could get a hairdryer from reception. The bed and pillows were so comfortable that I had an amazing night’s sleep. Read more

City Cruises

29 December 2013

City Cruises ; The best way to see London is from the River Thames. No one offers you more ways of enjoying a cruise on the Thames than City Cruises, carrying more than 3.1 million people annually on its extensive sightseeing, entertainment and private hire services.

City Cruises fleet of sightseeing boats is one of the most modern on the river and designed especially with the sightseer in mind. That’s why you’ll find all the sightseeing boats feature large, open-air decks, which are the best way to see London pass by, even on the days that the sun doesn’t shine! Sightseeing Cruises run seven days a week, departing Westminster, London Eye, Tower and Greenwich Piers.

In addition to Sightseeing tours, City Cruises offers specialist products for both day and night, including Lunches and Afternoon Tea cruises, RiverLights/Sundowner evening cruises with bubbly, canapés and live music and the London Showboat dinner cruise with live entertainment.

Athena Beach Holidays

29 December 2013

Athena Beach Holidays have an in depth knowledge of Cyprus and all of the hotels they feature in Paphos.
For complete peace of mind they are licensed by the FREEDOM TRAVEL GROUP and they hold an ATOL license that protects you financially and is your guarantee of security. They are also members of ABTA.

Bateaux London

28 December 2013

Gliding past London’s best-loved landmarks, Bateaux London’s Thames dining cruises are a unique and memorable way to experience the city. Combining quality dining, superb entertainment and spectacular views from the river.

Discount London

28 December 2013

Discount London is all about London attractions, London restaurants, London Hotels, London afternoon Teas, London Sightseeing, Thames River Cruises.

Whether you are a first time visitor or a native they will have something to entice you! Established in 1990 thry are continually adding new activities, ideas and providing some inspiration to get the very best from your time in London.

Costa Blanca, Spain

27 December 2013

If you’re looking for a beach holiday with relatively short flights then try Spain’s Costa Blanca. If you’re feeling brave you can even drive to Spain. With the beautiful child friendly beaches as well as some stunning scenery if you find the right place to go you’re sure to find something for everyone.

Moraira and Javea are two particularly pretty places to visit. Both have the clean sands and crystal blue seas, but Moraira is slightly quieter, but still with plenty of shops and small bars and restaurants. There’s also a small marina where you can see fish happily swimming around the boats. There’s a small park nearby the beach too for a change of scenery. Read more

Taking a holiday in the UK

27 December 2013

No matter where you live you’re sure to find somewhere not too far away to take the children even if only for the day. The UK has numerous tourist attractions to suit everyone’s taste. Everywhere has a bed and breakfast, hotel, holiday park or camp site for you to stay at. Where you stay and how far you travel is entirely up to you.
Choosing a destination
You can find pretty much anything and everything around the UK. Taking young children depends on what will keep them amused for the longest. As we know too well, the weather in the UK can not always be relied up on to stay fine, even during the summer months. If you’re looking for a beach holiday, bear in mind that it might not be possible for the children to visit the beach each day depending upon the weather. Look for what else is on offer, either where you are staying or nearby, which would be suitable. There a many holiday parks that offer children’s clubs, on site entertainment and swimming pools. This is ideal if you want to be sure of something on tap to do without too much planning.

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27 December 2013

Mallorca can get quite busy in high season and is not as quiet as it’s sister Menorca and perhaps isn’t the place to go if you want a relaxing break away from the mayhem of everyday life. However, it has some fantastic sandy beaches and array of sports and activities on offer. Flights from the UK take approximately 2 hours and you’ll fly to Palma airport.

There is a vast choice of accommodation, too. You can book a package holiday staying in a hotel or try some self catering in an apartment. Read more

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