Family Travel Archives -

Our Stay with Airbnb (and why they’re perfect for families!) [AD]

For our trip to Edinburgh, we were invited to stay at a local Airbnb to see how they worked for families like us. When we visit a new city, we’re generally up and out as soon as possible; not returning until early evening. But, where we’re staying still needs to tick those boxes! One of

Our Trip to Edinburgh

This week, we took ourselves off on a short break to Edinburgh, Scotland. If you’ve followed us for a while, you’ll know that we’ve always wanted to visit the country. There’s just something magical and mysterious about Scotland. As an LGBT family, we’ve always seen Scotland as one of the most progressive and accepting countries.

Our (brief!) Weekend in York

Last weekend, we were invited to York as part of a collaboration with London North Eastern Railway. We’ve never been to York, but have always wanted to visit to check out the old cobbled streets and whimsical shops. We’re going to be writing a separate post about our journey, but I thought I’d share what

Planning Our Trip to Stockholm (And What We’re Looking Forward To!) [AD]

Over the past few months, with the pandemic in full swing, we’ve tried to keep ourselves occupied by planning things like future travel. With work and busy family life, it was hard to really plan a decent trip, full of excursions, so we thought we’d take advantage of the “spare” time we now had available.

Are We There Yet? – 5 Ways to Keep Your Kids Happy When They Travel.

This is a collaborative post The summer holidays are almost upon us! Which means that millions of us will be jetting off for a well deserved break with the family. Lots of fun in the sun (or rain depending on your holiday location) lots of ice cream and even more memories to be made! But

Our Holiday to Cornwall (2019)

Before we found Dorset, Cornwall was always our happy place. Our home away from home. Our go-to destination for holidays. If it’s not the beaches we love, it’s the laid back atmosphere that comes with Cornwall being a surfers paradise.┬áBefore T came along, Sharon and I had been visiting Cornwall on and off (every other