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The Cotswolds: that most quintessentially English patch of rolling hills, groomed gardens, trickling streams and chocolate-box villages. If there’s a more perfect family getaway in this green and pleasant land, we’ve yet to find it. But don’t just take our word for it…

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The best babymoons for parents-to-be

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

First child on the way? Feeling a complex mix of outright terror and giddy anticipation? Sounds like you need a break. Here are a few babymoons for parents-to-be…

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Step away from those plastic pumpkin-carving tools (which always snap), cobweb sprays (why make your house look dustier?) and artfully shredded sheets (those were the new ones!): our friends over at KidRated.com – the site that specialises in reviews by kids, for kids – have rounded up the 10 best half-term Halloween activities in London and the […]

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Hotels with baby-listening let grown-ups roam free while staff keep an ear on the little Smiths. To take full advantage, you’ll want some parent-pleasing evening entertainment… THE ICKWORTH HOTEL SUFFOLK For kids This 1,800-acre country estate includes a pretty, walled fairy garden (fairy sightings not guaranteed) with a large lawn and preschool-perfect climbing frame, so little […]

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What dads want for Father’s Day

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

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From the blush-pink beaches of Bermuda to the rock pools of Cornwall, our latest pick of child-friendly hotels all have something for the little splashers in your life. This month, we’ve rounded up four retreats blessed with perfect pools and jolly good beaches, including a glamorous Beverly Hills palace and an idyllic stopover crash-pad in […]

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