Planning the perfect holiday can be difficult at the best of times, but it’s even harder if you’ve got young children in tow. All of a sudden you find yourself swapping that fancy apartment with a hot tub and beautiful balcony views for practical, family friendly alternatives. But having kids shouldn’t mean you need to compromise on your holiday and Baby-Friendly Boltholes have made it their mission to prove it! If you’re looking for stylish AND child-friendly accommodation, Baby-Friendly Boltholes has a huge range of beautiful family friendly getaways and we’ve teamed up with them to offer one lucky family a luxury holiday, absolutely FREE! Not only that, we’re also giving away a £200 Trunki voucher! All you need to do to be in for a chance of winning is enter at the bottom of the page.
Here’s a bit more about the prize… Your family could win a short beak at the beautiful Hideaway at Barrington House in Dartmouth. This amazing retreat boasts gorgeous contemporary interiors, views over the beautiful countryside and river estuary and a hot tub (yes a hot tub!)
Mini guests will love the toys, books and games provided along with a special invitation to a tree-house teddy bear’s picnic with ‘Barrington Bear’.
Parents will love the stylish interiors with luxurious fixtures and fittings plus the great selection of nursery gear, toys, books, DVDs and pre-bookable babysitting that makes the Hideaway at Barrington House the perfect example of the kind of hand-picked, parent-friendly accommodation that Baby-Friendly Boltholes is famous for.
Check out the Baby-Friendly Boltholes website for more information and to discover over 500 stylish yet family-friendly escapes in the UK and Overseas.
The break may be taken as either a 3 night weekend (Fri-Mon) or a 4 night midweek (Mon-Fri) anytime between 1 November – 31 March 2015, excluding school holidays and subject to availability. The prize is non transferable and no cash alternative may be offered. Up to six guests may be accommodated including babies.
If anyone has children of school age, we would suggest taking the holiday for the weekend option and coming back for school on monday. If it’s far too travel then I understand you might consider missing the sunday night to avoid taking off any term time.