I remember that it says upt to 2 on the cartons but is there a reason why they shouldn't have it? My ds has only had it since 1 when we have been away in hotels/b&bs with no fridge. We have a few nights in a pub b&b so wanted to get some cartons just for the mornings as he an early riser, and in the vague hope he may go to bed early and we can use the baby monitoring service last time we tried this (on our wedding night!) he screamed so much he was sick, very romantic.
Sorry, lots of posts since I started writing mine!
Or how about a Thermos flask? You could go out last thing and buy a carton then fill it up. YOu might find that his routine will be shot anyway when you're away so he might not want the milk? I dunno, my dd has never drank milk!
I've known a friend use a Nestle one up until 5 ish ! don't think it woudl do any harm apart form the expense. We have also used small cartons of UHT when away or asked at hotel reception for some fresh.
We just got back from camping without any use of a fridge, we used UHT for the milk drinker (2 year old has prescribed baby formula, lactose free) and that was fine, he loved it. Remember though- once out of the fridge treat as normal milk.
Can't the B&B owner lend you the use of her fridge?
my dd2 aged 2.5 likes to drink her baby sisters formula (aptamil) - it doesn't harm her. It tastes very sweet I think, but quite different to milk. Also, Aptamil have started doing a toddler formula too which comes ready mixed.
the b& b is in apub so not sure I owuls be allowed to go in the kitchen, also staying one night at a premier travel inn place. I found a travel fridge that was given to us but minus the mains attachment which is a shame!