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Short break with teens next week - any ideas?

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tactum Tue 17-Oct-17 14:58:04

Looking to get away with the DD15 and DS13 and DH for a couple of nights in the UK next week - we are Midlands and don't really want to travel more than 3 hours. Can pay for mid-price accommodation and splurge a bit whilst there doing activities, eating out etc.

We tend to like something outdoors but also enjoy indoor stuff too. Have done GoApe, kayaking, walking etc before, and have done CP to death!

Any ideas for something a bit different, or just a nice place to go. TIA

Ricekrispie22 Tue 17-Oct-17 16:40:41

I think you'd definitely enjoy staying at Forest Holiday's Fort of Dean park. There are several types of cabin to choose from (although I don't know how much choice they'll be this close to half term). The Copper Beach 2 and 3 bedroom cabins are the value cabins. they're still very comfortable, but just don't have the hot tub!

There's so much to do on site

The surrounding area is also well worth exploring if you get the chance

Funf Wed 18-Oct-17 12:04:50

We do big day trips as once accommodations involved the cost rockets up
Just been to Northern Ireland
Flight £40 return each
Hired a big car for the day 0800-9pm £60 cheaper are available
Fuel £25
Went to Giants Causeway ( Free if you know how)
Some castle with a cave under it very unusual
Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge its off Game of Throans £7 each?
The Dark hedges from Game of Throans Free

Titanic Museum, Go after 4PM as its only £9
McHughs in Belfast for a meal then back to the airport about £15 each but was excellent.
It was a top day out met loads of very friendly helpful locals, its lovely place we never thought of visiting, can't wait to go back.

Christmas market if you can get flights cheap?
Liverpool is cheap and has lots going on, load of history and is a top night out

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