Should You Travel With Kids?

The answer is YES!

Our aim is to help guide you through the minefield that is family travel, and show you that you don’t have to stop travelling because you have children!

We are not saying it is all fun and games but family travel can be fun, and the memories will last forever!

Check out our Tips & Advice Section to help guide you through topics such as money saving, what you pack and more!

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Brothers in Aberfoyle

Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill, Aberfoyle

One Sunday we decided to head to Aberfoyle to do a circular walk which is known as Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill. It is just under 3 miles in length, although it can be shortened by just returning to Aberfoyle
bamburgh Castle

Planning Our Family Holiday To Northumberland

We are currently in the planning stages for our upcoming family holiday to Northumberland. We have heard so many things about Northumberland being child and dog friendly. As it is suppose to be so dog friendly, we are taking our two
Suitcases in a car

What We Take On A Self Catering Holiday

A self catering holiday offers for us flexibility and freedom that many other types of holidays don't. Personally we love self catering holidays; it means no morning rush to get to breakfast, no waiting until the hotel restaurant has opened
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Suitcases in a car

What We Take On A Self Catering Holiday

A self catering holiday offers for us flexibility and freedom that many other types of holidays don't. Personally we love self catering holidays; it means no morning rush to get to breakfast, no waiting until the hotel restaurant has opened
Holiday with the grandparents

How To Travel With Grandparents In Tow

Since our boys were born we have had many family holidays with the grandparents in tow. Including a holiday to Portugal with both sets of grandparents. Normally though it is just my parents that come along with us. Are you
Brothers happy on holiday

Top Tips For Surviving Holiday Meltdowns

Surviving holiday meltdowns from the kids can sometimes put a dampener on a family holiday, it can also be stressful. However, our kids have meltdowns at home too! This is why we still go exploring as no matter where we
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Brothers in Aberfoyle

Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill, Aberfoyle

One Sunday we decided to head to Aberfoyle to do a circular walk which is known as Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill. It is just under 3 miles in length, although it can be shortened by just returning to Aberfoyle once you have made your way back down Doon Hill. This route we think isn't pram friendly (although there was one family trying to get up with their pram). It was a lovely walk, which if you are in the area then you should definitely do it. Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill in Aberfoyle You start off at the Wool
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Brothers in Aberfoyle

Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill, Aberfoyle

One Sunday we decided to head to Aberfoyle to do a circular walk which is known as Fairy Knowe and Doon Hill. It is just under 3 miles in length, although it can be shortened by just returning to Aberfoyle
Family at Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle With Kids

Edinburgh Castle is roughly 30 miles from where we live. However, we haven't visited the Castle in about 15 years! So when we read the Castle was open on New Years Day we decided to drive through and go explore.
Floors Castle

Floors Castle With Kids

We have been to Floors Castle several times over the years since moving to Scotland in 1994. The last time we visited Floors Castle was a few years ago. We visited while on a weekend break in the Scottish Borders,
Chester Zoo

Day out at Chester Zoo

We recently visited Chester Zoo on a weekend trip to the Manchester area. We were down to celebrate my nana's 90th birthday. To break the journey back home up to Scotland we had decided to stop by Chester Zoo. Chester
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bamburgh Castle

Planning Our Family Holiday To Northumberland

We are currently in the planning stages for our upcoming family holiday to Northumberland. We have heard so many things about Northumberland being child and dog friendly. As it is suppose to be so dog friendly, we are taking our two dogs with us! This means that our two dogs will take up the whole boot (the luxury way to travel!) so we have had to buy a trailer so we can take our stuff away with us! Planning A Family Holiday to Northumberland Places to Stay We have booked a lovely 2 bed house in Bamburgh which is right on
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