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Hotels with a Family Room that Sleeps 5

Hotel family rooms in London, Bath, Windsor – Legoland, York, Stratford-upon-Avon, Nottingham, Edinburgh, and Llandudno which can accommodate 5 or 6, or more in one room are found on the city pages linked below. Blog articles about Cornwall, Conwy, Llandudno, London restaurant dining, large family hotel bathroom planning, and Tube travel are also linked below.

Click London (21 hotels) for locator map, room summaries, and to compare room price-ranges.

Other city pages have room price-ranges and summaries only: Llandudno, Edinburgh, BathNottingham, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Windsor – Legoland, and York.

Scroll down for a selection of Sleeps5 Blog Articles.

Summer by the Sea in Llandudno, Wales: Sleeps 5 Hotels

Summer by the Sea in Llandudno, Wales: Sleeps 5 Hotels

Llandudno, Wales is a quintessential seaside town on the west coast of Great Britain. I have written about it in the past (Llandudno, Wales) as the vacation place of the real Alice who inspired Alice in Wonderland. The website www.visitllandudno.org.uk has more information about Alice, as well as about the many sites and attractions around […]

Conwy, Wales

Holly’s family of 5, with 2 girls and 1 boy, ages 9-10, went to the UK in the summer of 2004. Conwy Castle This was the penultimate castle ruin of our visit in the U.K. It greeted us directly as we arrived by train in the walled village on Conwy. The children insisted on climbing […]

Llandudno, Wales

Alice in Wonderland Museum  (Update:  This attraction closed in 2008 but some local business developers have purchased the little museum which they plan to reopen soon. Other Alice features in Llandudno are pending. Here is a related local news article in the Daily Post. Also see: Visit Llandudno for info about the Alice in Wonderland Trail. […]

One More “Sleeps 5” in Cornwall

Tagging on to my last post, I have a late addition to the Cornwall cornucopia (thank goodness for spell check). The Hotel Victoria located in Newquay has a standard room with a view of the sea that will accommodate a family of five. There is a set of bunk beds and an extra bed for […]

Cornwall With The Family

Here in Seattle we are celebrating Cinco de Mayo–not sure why, but we love an excuse to celebrate. Nonetheless, I have romantic yearnings for windswept seascapes and charming villages. Cornwall it is . . . in England of course. For the intrepid family of five, I have found the following Cornwall locations that can house […]

London Family Dining, Restaurants, Cheap Eats

Here are 4 links to help you find places to eat in London.  As I mentioned in a previous post, next time my family travels, I plan to use Google maps to plot the restaurants that sound great and are in close proximity to the things-to-do my family plans to visit. View London Restaurants Sort by […]

Family of 5 Shares Hotel Bathroom (WC)

That while on vacations we all manage to get ready for each travel day with one hotel bathroom is a wonder to me. (Don’t worry, I’m not going to describe anything too personal!) The bathroom routine is made more difficult because three members of my family have a (probably unusually) high degree of modesty. I’ll […]

Tube, U-Bahn, Subway – Family Travel Safety

Notice the logo used for this blog and our website, sleeps5.com. The image is of a family of ducks on their way. Even before Holly and I constructed our website we consistently utilized a duckling analogy to describe the image of traversing busy sidewalks in big cities with 3 children. You know – the mama […]

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2 Responses to British Isles

  1. kath mckie February 3, 2014 at 3:46 am #

    Thank you so much for your genius of a website!! We are a family of 5 (myself, hubby & 3 girls age 13 & 6 year old twins) in the past we have opted for camping holidays but occasionally it would be nice to stay in hotels, but I find, because we are over a 4 person family we are descriminated against & why should myself & hubby have to split our family up into 2 hotel rooms!! Thanks again

    • Sandy Nielsen February 3, 2014 at 4:40 pm #

      Thank you for your comment! We love to hear that someone has found our website helpful!

      Our mission for this website is to help families avoid the inconvenience and expense of reserving two hotel rooms.

      We’ll have more hotels and locations to add this year. If you learn of a hotel to sleep a family of 5 that is not listed yet on Sleeps5, do let us know!

      Best regards,
      Sandy and Holly
      Sleeps5

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