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England Hotels that can Sleep a Family of 5, 6, or 7

Kid-friendly hotels with family rooms: See below for a list of England locations with hotels or guesthouses that can accommodate a family of 5, 6, 7, or more.

Additional locations are added to this page periodically so check back! Our aim is to include many of the most popular family destinations in the UK. If you know of other places to stay with kids, UK hotels for 5 or more that should be listed here, comment below or email us. We love to hear from visitors!

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Click here to check prices on Booking.com for family hotels with large family rooms for 5 in the UK.

Sleeps5 and Online Resources:

Check the Sleeps5 menu for more city hotels with family rooms. In the UK, see Edinburgh, Scotland family hotels for 5 or 6, and in Wales, see the Llandudno and Environs hotel family rooms for 5. In Ireland, see the Dublin hotels for families of 5, 6, or 7, and Galway area family hotels for 5 or more.

See the Visit Britain website for local events and things to do with kids.

Scroll down for a selection of Sleeps 5 Blog articles.




 


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London Family Hotels Page has an Interactive Map

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Cornwall

– three hotels that can accommodate a family of 5, and cottages and a holiday rental company for 5, 6, or 7.
 

Cotswolds

– four hotels and a cottage that can accommodate a family of 5. 

Derbyshire (County)

– a hotel and a guesthouse for families of 5. 
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Bath

– a hotel for 5, 6, or 7, another hotel for 5, a Holiday Rental website, and an apartment hotel.
 
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Nottingham

– a hotel for 5, and a hotel for families of 5, 6, 7, or 8.
 
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Stratford-upon-Avon

– a hotel, a guest house, and serviced apartments to sleep a family of 5.
 
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Windsor – Legoland

– a hotel and a guesthouse that can each accommodate 5, and a hotel that can sleep a family of 5 or 6.
 
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York

– a hotel that can sleep a family of 5 or 6, and another hotel and two guesthouses for 5.
 

   

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Cornwall With The Family

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