Summer holidays are packed with fun and adventure at Hoburne Holiday Parks. Each of the 7 distinctive parks are dotted in stunning scenic locations, including Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Cotswolds, Cornwall and Somerset, all known for their diversity and variety. From coast to countryside, every park is a short distance from the activities and attractions that the area has to offer, keeping the whole family entertained.
ACCOMMODATION TO SUIT THE WHOLE FAMILY
An innovative new campsite which has opened in the East Midlands has redefined luxury glamping by combining community, architecture and interior design.
In the Stix was opened this Summer in Greetham, Rutland, by Darren Blackwell and Alex Cowie and is the first campsite in the country to offer glamping domes with a solid mezzanine second floor, creating a family-friendly camping experience that encourages visitors to engage with each other and local businesses during their stay.
Stylish yet traditional, this luxurious eco-friendly home is located near to the Cornish market town of Padstow. First purchased by owner Steven Chidgey in 1988, Old Barn Tregonetha has undergone two large-scale renovations, most recently receiving a complete overhaul during a maintenance project in 2013.
Devon has a new staycation experience, and it’s all based around the 1970s.
Dimmet in Devon has launched for 2017 as the perfect staycation for couples or family, taking you back to an age of fun and family time.
Dimmet is a unique 1970s style holiday home close to the large village of Braunton (recently voted in the top 40 British beaches) and the award-winning beaches at Saunton Sands, Croyde and Woolacombe.
Owned by Andrew & Emma Warren (Emma also runs the award-winning Dimpsey shepherd’s hut on their farm in Somerset), Dimmet has had a total 70s style refurbishment and combines the best of the old with the best of the new.
Just ten miles south of the Brecon Beacons, mid-way between Cardiff and Swansea, the outstanding natural beauty of Caerau Parc will be the location of the brand new Afan Valley Adventure Resort covering some 485 acres. From high octane flights down zip wires, to scaling challenging climbing towers and exploring treetop playgrounds, visitors will be offered an adventure experience like no other.
Stunning, four-star Langley Castle Hotel and Restaurant, in Langley-on-Tyne, strives to excel at everything it does within its seven-foot thick, 14th century walls, whilst focused on pride, passion and a penchant for doing things in Northumberland’s own inimitable way.
The castle, built in 1350, oozes sense of place no matter which century you wish to focus upon, being far more than just a façade and having the true depth and identity that emanates from authenticity, rather than fake features and an unconvincing historic veneer.
Hospitality group James’ Places is laying claim to some of the greatest wildflower treats of the year within easy reach of its hotels.
According to the group’s marketing manager, Heidi Kettle, some of the North West’s best bluebell displays can be found near Falcon Manor at Settle, The Royal Hotel at Kirkby Lonsdale and the Shireburn Arms in Hurst Green, near Clitheroe.
Said Heidi: “We are blessed with beautiful bluebells and spring flowers on the doorsteps of our hotels.”
Carole Melling, general manager of Falcon Manor, suggested a visit to Oxenber Wood, near Austwick and Cleatop Wood, which offers a circular walk of around four miles from the door of Falcon Manor.
A remote peninsula of wild and unforgettable beauty, jutting out of the west highlands into the ocean, the British mainland's most westerly point.
Whether you're looking for a romantic break, a family holiday, or an unforgettable adventure, we have the ideal spot for you. Stay in a beautiful country home, a cosy hillside cabin, a remote bothy on the shore, or even the original lighthouse keeper's cottage, nestled below the mighty Ardnamurchan Lighthouse. All our cottages enjoy spectacular sea views and are set to the majestic backdrop of western Ardnamurchan, where we started our family-run business, Steading Holidays, over forty years ago.
Five-star Rockliffe Hall opened in 2009 and Chief Executive Eamonn Elliott has been at the helm since 2015.
Set within 375 acres on the banks of the River Tees, near the village of Hurworth, 18th-century red-brick mansion Rockliffe Hall has 61 elegant guest bedrooms and suites, three restaurants and an award-winning spa.
The beautifully tranquil western Lake District is alive with stunning scenery, an abundance of wildlife, and an array of things to do for all the family. Escape with your family to Mite Villa to be right in the heart of this incredible area of the country.
It’s always good plan ahead when it comes to school holidays. Thanks to QHotels, you now have something else to add to the list of possibilities.
The hotel chain has announced its new package of fun family friendly offerings, including a FREE stay for children under 16 years sharing a bedroom with adults, FREE meals for those aged four years and under and, if parents prefer to book a separate room for the kids, 50% off the second room booked. What’s more, families won’t be charged a premium for travelling in peak holiday times, instead, they will be offered rates of 40% off if they book by 28th February on two night breaks until 30th April 2017.
Close your eyes and imagine a romantic break for two surrounded by green fields, towering fells, and glittering lakes.
Oak Tree Studio is a beautifully modern, self-catering cottage set in the beautiful Eden Valley, just outside of the Lake District. This charming cottage has eco friendly features, including underfloor heating provided by a biomass boiler.
The lounge of the property is a bright and airy space, surrounded as it is by floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides, offering lovely views over the countryside and towards the fells of the Lake District. In warmer weather, step outside onto the patio and enjoy a bottle of champagne in the pretty garden.
Glamping is fast becoming the perfect way for families to reconnect with each other and experience the great outdoors. Home Farm Glamping, based near Elstree, has three yurts and nine bell tents on site, bbqs and campfires next to each tent, fine dining options, open air yoga classes and acres of land and forest for the kids to explore.
Moors Valley Country Park and Forest near Ringwood, has been officially recognised for the excellence of its efforts to break down barriers to inclusion by being awarded Gold in the Access and Inclusivity category of the 2016 Dorset Tourism Awards.
The award recognises a business that can demonstrate exceptional customer service to all, particularly those with impairments and other access needs, including mobility, auditory, sensory or dietary.