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Contemporary design and toddlers aren’t the obvious holiday combination – clean-lined minimalist interiors can all-too-easily become a canvas for compositions in Crayola and crushed banana, right? After asking the delightful designer and dad, Andrew Diprose (art director of Wired and The Ride Journal, to decamp his brood (including daughter Bella, three) to head to Corsica […]

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Edmund and Ulrika Vallance took their sons Kasper, 4 and Ossian, 3 to The Ickworth to review this hotel anonymously for Smith & Family. A super family-friendly Georgian stately in National Trust parkland in Suffolk, they had a lot of fun as a family, of course, but this musician member of our Parent Panel also relished the period-drama appeal […]

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Treehouse accommodation: from a kid’s perspective, it’s right up there (literally) with castles, canal boats and camping out – because as far as children are concerned, comfort comes well below novelty, adventure and unlimited sweeties on the holiday ticklist. Smith & Family couldn’t wait to check into Chewton Glen‘s amazing new treehouse hotel rooms; Mr […]

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