As a family, we love being outdoors and discovering new places. We first visited Moors Valley Country Park a few years back but didn’t get to stay very long and then just kept forgetting to drive back to explore it further. Located in Dorset, Ringwood near to Bournemouth, it is around an hours drive for us so it definitely needed a whole day dedicated to returning and now that both of the boys are at the stage of being able to enjoy things together, it seemed like the right time to head back down there. Continue reading “Visiting Moors Valley Country Park”
Northern Ireland is a real hidden gem of a holiday destination, offering just enough excitement to keep the kids entertained while providing plenty of opportunities to take in the country’s unique culture, history and landscape. There are countless attractions to visit, with many being ideal for the whole family to explore. Here are just a few of the best that you should make sure you visit on your next trip to Northern Ireland! Continue reading “Family-Friendly Attractions to Visit in Northern Ireland”
Our first ever holiday as a family was to the stunning county of Cornwall when Jake was just 6 months old. We didn’t fancy attempting a holiday abroad with a baby due to the fact we didn’t know how he would take to the heat or even flying so we looked at our options of where to stay in the UK. Cornwall stood out to us because there is just so much to see and do and let’s face it when you have a baby your priorities of what a holiday has to offer completely change – bye, bye long days spent sunning yourself on a beach whilst drinking cocktails!
We booked a caravan on the family-friendly site Continue reading “Why Cornwall is a Great Holiday Destination With a Baby”