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IsabellaMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 10-Sep-13 14:20:45

Have a look at our Local sites if you're hunting for things to do in a particular area of the U.K. Find the right Local site here:
then click Things to Do. We also have listings for shops, attractions, services and more.

Liketotalk Wed 04-Sep-13 12:26:28

This is nice, we stayed there and it's great for kids as there's an indoor pool etc. Also lots to do in the area.

MortifiedAdams Wed 28-Aug-13 17:31:44

Oh and I recommend Whitehouse Farm!

MortifiedAdams Wed 28-Aug-13 17:30:37

This thread inspired me and we spent the day on Tynemouth Beach!

Lady1d Wed 28-Aug-13 15:09:53

Brilliant sounds good. Hadn't even considered Newcastle!

LaVitaBellissima Wed 28-Aug-13 09:04:07 if Cornwall isn't too far or you, other great family hotels there are The Sands Resort or the Bedruthan steps hotel

Kat1811 Wed 28-Aug-13 09:01:00

Love Newcastle! The beaches are amazing in Northumberland. It was really warm when we went in July but I would go even in November!

MortifiedAdams Wed 28-Aug-13 08:49:14

Ooh was just going to suggest coming North! Im.Newcastle. We have Alnwick, Bamburgh and Tynemouth for great villages and beaches. Good museums in Newcastle (Discovery and Hancock), great parks - Saltwell Park.

It.may be cold, but wrapping up warm.would suffice.

Kat1811 Wed 28-Aug-13 08:47:17

I think Northumberland is a really lovely place, loads to do for kids! But I suppose it depends how far away you are... We stayed in a really nice cottage near Alnwick castle.

Lady1d Tue 27-Aug-13 14:24:16

Hi I was wondering if anyone had any ideas for a break in the UK for a few days in October. Would like somewhere to keep two toddlers busy but also somewhere nice as we are hotel snobs!!!

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