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Cottage with kids play area-do they exist?!

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Janemayne Sat 12-Mar-16 12:42:09

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gerbilsarefun Mon 28-Jan-13 21:10:13

We camped here they also had cottages.

Coldcuppacoffee Sun 27-Jan-13 01:33:34

Big fan of the lakes for kids. DS was content to throw stones in water for hours. Coniston is a nice
Place to base yourself.

mummymeister Sun 27-Jan-13 00:56:33

Could try here near part of cornwall only an hour from exeter.

WheresMyCow Fri 25-Jan-13 10:47:08

Another one for you to look at here

We went there last year...2 two year olds, a 4 year old, a 13 year old and 4 adults and it was great smile

Lolly12 Fri 25-Jan-13 10:43:34

We stayed here last summer with our toddler and it was great. They do pony rides, have a little play area and games room and it's quite close to a few attractions such as exmoor zoo, woolacombe etc.

mumtorobbie Fri 25-Jan-13 10:41:15

Thanks! Lots of great ideas. I'll have a looknow.

FrumpyPumpy Fri 25-Jan-13 10:31:50

We love it here it has a pool, soft play, great playground, animal feeding, indoor sandpit, walks from the farm.

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There are loads more websites specific to certain areas, so I suggest you google for working farm holiday cottages. Good luck.

Ozfrazror Fri 25-Jan-13 10:26:24

We haven't been but I think these look lovely - and they're not that expensive even during school holidays. Great for the age of your dc as lots of space and staying on a working farm with your own chicken coop!

OldBeanbagz Fri 25-Jan-13 10:18:45

We stayed here when DS was 18mths old (DD was 4). It has a big play area and indoor swimming pool plus animals to feed. The place was FANTASTIC!

Arithmeticulous Fri 25-Jan-13 10:15:47

This place had a barn with toys and tabletennis table, farm animals and play equipment. And a pool!

Greenwood Grange in Dorset is ok but haven't been there since it expanded.

The Helpful Holidays site has check boxes for stuff like this - or call them, they are indeed very helpful.

mumtorobbie Fri 25-Jan-13 10:09:49

We've got a baby and toddler and can't face going abroad at the moment as it's just too stressful with s small baby (we're wimps I know).

I'm not overly keen on caravan parks but would love a self catering cottage/apartment with something to do for the kids like a play area or working farm.

Did Centerparcs last year but fancy something s bit different. Any ideas?

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