Posts Tagged ‘England’

Cotswolds Hotels vs Airbnb for Budget Travel – Family of 5

Like other families with three kids or more, we sometimes use AirBnB for both the value and space. That said, we have recently found that AirBnBs are quite expensive in higher tourist areas. And, in fact, we have found traditional hotels and B&Bs can offer the same value with greater convenience. It’s worth a little research…

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Sleeps 5, 6, 7 in Cornwall

Our family just returned from a lovely holiday in Cornwall, England at Heath Farm Cottages. The farm is located near Coverack, a charming fishing village on the southeast side of the Lizard.   Heath Farm Cottages Amenities Some of the cottages can accommodate 5 guests with two bedrooms for a family of four plus a…

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Charming Guesthouse in Derbyshire: Sleeps5

Derbyshire Rennie Rose Guesthouse Sleeps 5 6

Quick Post: The cheerful bed and breakfast, Rennie Rose Guesthouse, has been brought to our attention. With two family rooms that can accommodate families of five, it is conveniently located on the edge of the charming village of Belper, England. Belper is within the Derwent Valley World Heritage site. Historic Belper was one of the…

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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…

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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…

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