The New Forest, Hampshire is a wonderful destination for a family camping holiday. The beauty of the New Forest National Park with its variety of habitats, wild ponies and grazing cattle, streams to paddle in and miles of off-road cycling draws many families to the area, especially in the summer months. If you’re looking to find the perfect New Forest campsite to suit you and your family, let us be your guide!
Have you lusted after campervan life but can’t quite convince yourself to take the plunge? Hiring a campervan for a holiday might be just the ticket for you. Give yourself the opportunity of road-testing the campervan lifestyle without the hassle and cost of buying a van and all the extras you’d need. Or simply hire a campervan for a family holiday just for the fun of it!
Here are some of our favourite camping hacks including choosing the perfect campsite, packing solutions and that all important list of things to take camping.
Cardigan Bay is a bit of a secret. We know people who have been going for years but they don’t talk too much about it. They don’t want to share the spectacular scenery, the range of activities and the laid-back atmosphere with anyone, and I don’t blame them.
We’ve been visiting the area at least once a year for nearly nine years now, and over that time have built up a pretty good knowledge of where to go and what to do with and without kids and at different times of year. So here you are, our top tips of what to do in the Dordogne / Lot regions!
If you haven’t heard of the Ile de Ré (and quite honestly, if you haven’t, where have you been?) it’s a small island, just 19 miles (30 kms) long and 3 miles (5 kms) wide, off the west coast of France.
recommendations for campsites which are good for families (and dogs and fire pits and near the coast and with good facilities etc etc)